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Detroit Tourist Attractions Michigan - When it comes time to enjoy the many attractions in Detroit, you will have a hard time pinpointing which ones to settle on while planning your itinerary. The city is filled with numerous historical sights and monuments that call the attention of your travel camera. From the numerous intriguing neighborhoods to the Detroit attractions lining the downtown streets, there is something for everyone visiting the area.

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As you sit down to plan your tentative plans for visiting the city, you may select a wide-range of Detroit tourist attractions and activities to enjoy. Many tourists have sung the praises of a trip involving Detroit sights, such as Comerica Park, Gem Theater, Renaissance Center, Cobo Convention Center, Rivertown, Detroit's Cultural Center, and the Detroit Science Center.

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Moross House/Detroit Garden Center
1900 E Jefferson Ave
Detroit, Michigan
When paying a visit to the oldest brick home in the Detroit area, this sight will dazzle you with its onsite garden features. Located a little ways from the downtown area, this center also offered a satisfying gift shop, as well as exciting gardening classes.

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Ste. Anne de Detroit Church
1000 Ste. Anne St
Detroit, Michigan
When it comes to exploring a real historic and spiritual gem within the city, this church is a great place to start. Here, you will encounter the second oldest Catholic Church throughout the US.

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Fisher Mansion
383 Lenox Ave
Detroit, Michigan
When visiting this tourist attraction, you will encounter an array of formal gardens, pools, and alluring fountains that once served as the residence for car wizard, Lawrence P. Fisher.

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Henry Ford Estate
4901 Evergreen Rd
Detroit, Michigan
When visiting this sight, you will encounter the former home of someone who played an intricate role in the birth of the automobile. Today, this site became a National Historic Landmark in 1966, which also offers a museum on the premises.

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Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory
Belle Isle
Detroit, Michigan
Located close to the famous aquarium of the area, there is an appealing conservatory to explore. Here, you will encounter an attractive piece of architecture, as well as one of the largest collections of orchids in the world.

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Detroit Sports
Detroit, Michigan
Sporting fans will love an outing with one of the many sporting teams that the city has to offer. Throughout Detroit, you may pay a visit to the Detroit Pistons (Palace of Auburn Hills); Detroit Red Wings (600 Civic Center Drive); Detroit Rockers Soccer (Palace of Auburn Hills); and the Detroit Shock (Palace of Auburn Hills)

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Second Baptist Church
441 Monroe St
Detroit, Michigan
This church offers a deep significance throughout history. Not only is this the oldest African-American church in Michigan, but also played an important role during the days of the Underground Railroad.

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Northville Downs
301 S Center St.
Detroit, Michigan
If you are interested in spending a day at the track, this attraction offers harness racing in the winter. This is a great opportunity to see the exciting world of horse racing come to life.

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MGM Grand Detroit Casino
1300 John C. Lodge Freeway
Detroit, Michigan
When visiting this entertainment gambling spot, you will find an assortment of slot machines and gaming tables to keep you quite busy. The casino is rather large in size, offering more than 75,000 square feet of gaming arena.

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Grant-Humphreys Mansion
770 Pennsylvania Street
Denver, Colorado
When visiting this mansion, you will enter a Colonial-style of architecture, which highlights more than 40 rooms. Additional features include a bowling alley and ballroom.

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Detroit Interesting Facts

  • Home to Motown sound founded by Berry Gordy Jr. in 1957.
  • Detroit had the first mile of a paved concrete road in 1909.
  • Detroit had the nation’s first urban freeway in 1942.
  • Home to the oldest state fair in the U.S. in 1849.
  • Detroit residents consume the most potato chips than any other city in the world.
  • Detroit has the largest island park within a city in the U.S.
  • Detroit has the world’s only floating post office, the J.W. Westcott II.
  • Detroit had the world’s first auto traffic tunnel between two nations.
  • Detroit is home to the second tallest hotel in North America.
  • The first soda in the United States was created in Detroit by a pharmacist.
  • Detroit was the first city in the nation to assign individual phone numbers in 1879.
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