The Detroit Tigers, charter members of Major League Baseball's American League, abandoned historic Tiger Stadium at the close ... More
The Detroit Tigers, charter members of Major League Baseball's American League, abandoned historic Tiger Stadium at the close of the 1999 season. Their new home is close to team owner Mike Ilitch's holdings in the downtown Theatre District. Named after a bank whose funds made its creation possible, Comerica Park has something of a circus like atmosphere with enormous sculptures of tigers, bats and balls, as well as a carousel and ferris wheel. Fancy food and pricey amenities abound, and baseball seems to take second place to entertainment. Sight lines are clear but upper-deck seats are distant.
Few cities have anything this splendid: an island park of nearly 1,000 acres. Accessible by a vehicle bridge only ten
minutes' drive from downtown, Belle Isle has been Detroiters' favorite place of refuge and recreation for 150 years or ...
Always a favorite destination for school groups, this center will include a renovated Imax theater and the state of the
art IMAX Dome Theatre featuring star shows, slide presentations, laser displays and video programs. Demonstrations and exhibits will be ...
This gigantic concrete expanse at the foot of Woodward Avenue stretches from Jefferson Avenue to the Detroit River. Designed in
the 1960s as a civic space by Isamu Noguchi, it includes his unusual twisted spire and fountain. The plaza ...
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