Visit Detroit

211 W. Fort St. Suite 1000 48226


Detroit, a city pulsating with unapologetic swagger and style, transcends conventional definitions of a destination. It stands as a movement, an avant-garde force that birthed innovation, creativity, and culture, shaping the world in its wake. Fearlessly, Detroit embraces its rich heritage, rejecting stereotypes with a demand for earned respect. As the creators of swag, its influence extends beyond the city’s borders and past Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties, reaching far and wide, setting global standards. You might recognize us. An assembly line of creativity and innovation, Detroit propels the world forward with a commitment to excellence, a commitment that is etched in the city's DNA. The Detroit Deal, an unspoken pact, beckons visitors to experience the authentic spirit – to come to Detroit but come correct. Come and witness a destination where, when we move, the world moves with us. The world rides with us. Your world wouldn’t be your world without us. Detroit isn't a comeback story; it's the next chapter, a city that never follows but leads, setting standards and trends worldwide. This is Detroit – not just a place, but an icon, a symbol of resilience, creativity, and a movement that continues to shape the world.


Getting Here

Detroit Metro Airport (DTW) is a Delta hub that is a 90-minute flight — or less — away from 60 percent of the country’s population. All major domestic airlines, six low-cost carriers and five international carriers offer service from the airport.

Distance from airport

  • Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport

    22 mi. from city center

Local Attractions

Motown Museum

4 mi. away
The Motown Museum, which was founded by Esther Gordy Edwards in 1985, is one of Southeast Michigan’s most popular tourist destinations. Visitors come from across America and throughout the world to stand in Studio A, where their favorite artists and groups recorded much-loved music, and to view the restored upper flat where Berry Gordy lived with his young family during the company’s earliest days.
2648 W. Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI, US 48208

Arab American National Museum

8 mi. away
The Arab American National Museum is the only museum in the United States dedicated to telling the story, and highlighting the contributions, of Arab Americans. Through interactive multi-media exhibits, visitors can immerse themselves in the Arab American experience.
13624 Michigan Ave.
Dearborn, MI, US 48126

Detroit Institute of Arts, The

2 mi. away
The DIA, among the top 10 museums in the country, offers over 100 galleries with art from ancient to modern times. Among the DIA's renowned works are French Impressionist, German Expressionist, American and Flemish paintings.
5200 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI, US 48202

Comerica Park

1 mi. away
New home of the Detroit Tigers. State-of-the-art facility hosts ball games, concerts, and private events. Numerous locations and suites available with endless entertainment opportunities.
2100 Woodward Ave.
Dearborn, MI, US 48201

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History

1 mi. away
Welcome to the world's largest institution dedicated to the African-American experience! The Wright Museum provides learning opportunities, exhibitions, programs and events based on collections and research that explore the diverse history and culture of African-Americans and their African origins.
315 East Warren Avenue
Detroit, MI, US 48201

Ford Field

1 mi. away
Ford Field is an industry-leading sports and entertainment venue. In addition to Lions football, Ford Field hosts sporting events, concerts, banquets, corporate meetings, special events and much more. Visit for a calendar of our upcoming events.
2000 Brush St.
Detroit, MI, US 48226

Michigan Science Center

3 mi. away
A dynamic hands-on museum with hundreds of exhibits, live stage shows, IMAX, planetarium and cool demo labs. Fun for all ages, the Science Center strives to inspire the next generation of engineers, scientists and innovators.
5020 John R St.
Detroit, MI, US 48202

Detroit Historical Museum

2 mi. away
Exhibitions in the 78,000 sq. ft. facility show the history of southeastern Michigan and include the visitor-favorite The Streets of Old Detroit, recreating Detroit street scenes from the 1840s, 1870s and early 1900s. The Motor City exhibition celebrates 100 years of automotive history in Detroit.
5401 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI, US 48202

Convention Centers

  • Huntington Place

    Huntington Place ranks as the 17th largest convention center in the nation. A $279 million renovation was completed in 2015. Operated by the Detroit Regional Convention Facility Authority.

  • Suburban Collection Showplace

    Suburban Collection Showplace is the largest, privately-owned exposition, conference and banquet center in Michigan. The state-of-the-art facility has an attached Hyatt Place Hotel and is conveniently located off of I-96 in Novi.