The only remaining fort of many that once stood along the Detroit River, Fort Wayne is an 82-acre site that includes the ... More
Historic Fort Wayne
The only remaining fort of many that once stood along the Detroit River, Fort Wayne is an 82-acre site that includes the fort, a barracks, a garrison, a huge parade ground and a newly restored commander's house. It dates to the 1840s and never saw battle, though soldiers were stationed here as late as the 1970s. The fort itself is open to the public only on special occasions. On the premises are the Tuskegee Airmen National Museum , the Medicine Bear Indian Academy and the Mosaic Youth Theatre.
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 ...
The world's largest museum of African American history and culture, this impressive building opened in 1997 and is named after
a local doctor and activist who first established it. With 120,000 square feet of exhibit space, the Charles H. ...
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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