Museums in Detroit

Detroit was founded in 1701 and due to its convenient location became a major port city for the Midwest. Detroit is probably most noted for its contributions to the automobile industry and to Motown, but the city has branches that reach much further and encompass many areas you might not have imagined. A tour of […]

Sightseeing in Detroit

Detroit Michigan is now best known as the automotive center of America but it used to be one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country and was the fourth most populous city in the country in its heyday in the 1950s. While Detroit currently flounders behind it’s once glory days it is making […]

Detroit Golf Courses

It’s the middle of summer and the living is easy in southeast Michigan. The days are hot and dry–but not too hot. The fairways are manicured and the greens are a lush velvet. In short, it’s a perfect time to play golf in and around the “Motor City.” There are literally hundreds of courses, both […]

Historic Attractions in Detroit

Detroit immediately brings to mind Motor City and Motown music. This town was once a really happening hotspot and brought a lot to the American culture and its historic attractions prove this by showing locals and tourists how significant Detroit was on shaping America. Art House Art House was originally known as the Elisha Taylor […]