Detroit Area Museums
Museums, Culture and Midtown Shopping
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
Located next to the Michigan Science Center, and one block south west of the DIA.
Detroit Eastern Market
Each week thousands of people flock to Eastern Market for its Saturday Market to
enjoy one of the most authentic urban adventures in the United States.
Detroit Institute of Arts Museum
The DIA is an incredibly beautiful art museum located on Woodward in Detroit’s cultural center. Residents of Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne counties receive free admission.
Detroit Historical Museum
Located on Woodward in Detroit’s cultural center.
Detroit Opera House
The Detroit Opera House is home to Michigan Opera Theatre, and the Detroit home to many of the world's best dance companies, Broadway shows and concerts.
The Detroit International Riverfront is a tourist attraction and landmark of Detroit, Michigan extending from the Ambassador Bridge in the west to Belle Isle in the east.
Detroit Symphony Orchestra - Max M. Fisher Music Center
See the world's greatest performing artists close to home.
Detroit’s crown jewel, the Fox Theatre, has played host to some of the biggest names in show business and holds its ground as one of the top-grossing theaters of its size in the nation.
Michigan Science Center (Mi-Sci)
Mi-Sci is a dynamic, hands-on museum for families to explore and appreciate science, and is located behind the DIA.
Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCAD)
MOCAD is located on Woodward between the DIA and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and between the College for Creative Studies and WSU.
Shop Midtown Detroit
Welcome to Midtown, the heart of Detroit’s Cultural Center! Come for world-class art, music and cuisine, stay to discover our unique shops & galleries.