Although Detroit is known for its history in the automobile industry, there is much more that this city has to offer. If you are looking for a the perfect sightseeing limousine tour, A Limo World can take you to all premier spots that the Detroit area has to offer. Our professional Chauffeurs know all of the most intriguing stops that interest anyone from art enthusiasts to sports fanatics. Here are a few of the top attractions for visitors to the Detroit area.
Detroit Institute of Arts
Art from ancient civilization to present day artists can be viewed at the Detroit Institute of Arts exhibits. The wide collection of masterpieces will leave you intrigues and breathless.
Comerica Park is more than just a baseball field. They have found a way to combine theme park with ballpark as well as a baseball museum. This mixture of history and fun is sure to attract everyone.
Henry Ford Estate
The Henry Ford Estate is able to produce power, heat and light on its own without any help from outside sources with the use of a hydropower plant. There are several buildings and gardens found on the grounds of this estate that are unique and beautiful.
GM Renaissance Center
This skyscraper is a dominating force in the Detroit skyline. The shopping and dining experiences that await you at this stop are nothing you would ever want to miss.
The Motown music movement took place in this small building. Visitors are able to visit the recording studio where some of the greats spent their days recording. Artists like Marvin Gaye produced some of the most cherished music that came out of the 60s.
Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History
Some of the biggest events in African-American history can be found in this museum. From the underground railway to other historic topics, you will get a taste of what life was like for African-Americans in the city of Detroit.
Detroit Historical Museum
Rather than the arts, this museum illustrates the history of the city. From the railways to the reconstructions of old city streets, you can get a feel of what old Detroit used to look like.
Masonic Temple of Detroit
This temple was dedicated in 1926 and there isn’t anything like it anywhere else in the world. You will be able to see all three sections of the temple including the ritualistic tower, the auditorium, and the Shrine club.
This island found in the Detroit river is approximately 3 miles long and 1 mile wide. It consists of parkland, hiking trails and sport facilities. You can also visit the aquarium, Dossin Great Lakes Museum and the Belle Isle Conservatory.
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