During the summer months, the center of Detroit's vibrant jazz and blues scene is this small, graceful outdoor riverfront ... More
During the summer months, the center of Detroit's vibrant jazz and blues scene is this small, graceful outdoor riverfront pavilion. It's one of the few places near downtown that takes full advantage of the city's waterfront. An attractive, understated fabric structure covers the stage. Cool breezes waft off the water, Canada's shoreline provides the backdrop, and a wide range of national and local acts provides the hot music. A Wednesday jazz series supplements regular weekend concerts and special events. The park is the finish for the Detroit International Marathon in October.
In the summer months, two hour tours of one of the world's busiest international waterways, the Detroit River , leave
twice a day from docks in two locations: The Upper Detroit River Tour departs from Detroit's downtown Rivard Plaza. ...
The world's largest museum of African American history and culture, this impressive building opened in 1997 and is named after
the local doctor and activist who first established it. With 120,000 square feet of exhibit space, the Charles H. ...
Upon completion of a massive $180 million renovation, the historic Book Cadillac Hotel has been restored and rejuvenated to its
original splendor and become The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit, reclaiming its position as Detroit's premier lodging and social gathering ...