Detroit features some of the finest artwork in the world, but this amazing Michigan city is also home to great architecture, professional sports teams and much more. We want you to feel completely comfortable and relaxed while touring this major city, which is why we offer the perfect bus rental for you. We can act as your personal chauffeur and help you find your way to Motown and other sites around the city. After you look over our rentals, which come with amenities like flat screen televisions and comfortable seating, you'll want to reserve a charter bus from our fleet.
Also known as Rock City or Motown City because of its connection to music history, Detroit offers more than just music museums. You'll find professional sports teams, pottery and other fun things to do with your family or friends.
Few visitors realize the connection that Rock City has to the arts scene. You can learn more about that connection at Pewabic Pottery. While you might think this is just another pottery studio, it actually offers pottery classes for those who want to learn how to make their own pots and artwork. There is also an open studio that lets you see artists at work and a museum that hosts dozens of events throughout the year. You can even shop at the gift store to find unique and one of a kind pottery pieces.
The Lions are just one of the professional sports teams that calls this city home, and you can see the Lions play at Ford Field. This historic field can seat thousands of visitors, and you'll find fans tailgating in the parking lot before all home games. Stop by to make some new friends, have a beer or sample some of the food they cook up every morning prior to game time. If you travel outside of football season, check the schedule to learn about upcoming shows and performances. Ford Field also hosts garden shows and other special events.
Not everyone who loves art loves classic pieces. If you're more of a fan of contemporary art, skip other museums around the city and head to the Museum of Contemporary Art. This museum sets a large section of its floor space aside for traveling exhibits and special exhibits dedicated to specific type of art, art from certain regions around the world or famous artists. It even has its own restaurant called Cafe 78 inside that lets you take a break to grab a bite to eat before finishing the exhibits. Stop by the New Wave section to view younger artists at work.
There are so many things to see and do in Belle Isle Park that you might want to visit more than once. This park actually sits on an island inside the city that the Michigan Department of Natural Resources operates. Though a handful of settlers once lived on the island, it's now a public park that has its own museum and aquarium. The aquarium has more than 100 species of marine life living inside exhibits, and the museum offers a unique look on the history of both the region and state. You can also take a tour of the conservancy area of the park or its zoo.
This large city in Michigan was one of the first that legalized gambling. You'll now find several casino and hotel combinations that let you stay on-site and put your money down. One of the highest rated casinos is the Greektown Casino and Hotel. Even if you decide against renting a room at the hotel, you'll still want to visit the casino at once. It offers traditional table games, slot machines and other games. The casino also has its own event space that boasts major performances and concerts.
Motown City is the hometown of Berry Gordy, who many credit as the founder of Motown music. Gordy helped discover some of the most popular artists and musicians of all time, including the Jackson 5. See artifacts relating to all those stars at the Motown Museum. You'll see dresses and other outfits worn on stage by your favorite artists, see gold records hanging on the walls and hear the sounds of authentic music coming through the speakers. This museum also boasts a recreation of the actual studio that artists like Smokey Robinson used in the past.
Whether you call it Rock City or Motown City, D-Town is an amazing place to visit. While you might want to watch a team like the Lions playing, you can also take in a live show or tour one of the local museums. Make sure your trip itinerary includes a visit to the Motown Museum and Belle Isle Park.
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