Detroit Historical Museum
Experience great art and culture any time of the year with Detroit’s best permanent exhibits.
Summer is here and the Detroit Historical Society is bringing back the most popular films from its monthly film series.
The city-owned Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History and Detroit Zoo are among the institutions that could be affected.
T-shirts from all Detroit high schools are included and available for signing. Signing is free, it’s fun and it will spark fond memories.
A steady stream of visitors are walking the cobblestone streets of Old Detroit and getting a glimpse of the Underground Railway.
This weekend marks the final opportunity for visitors to check out the Dossin Great Lakes Museum for a while.
Nearly 15,000 people checked out the newly-renovated museum during its weekend-long grand re-opening — when it stayed open to the public for more than 55 consecutive hours.
The grand opening event includes free admission and non-stop, free programming through 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 25. Raffles, refreshments and giveaways will fill the weekend with family-friendly fun.
Native American History Month kicks off this November and Detroiters can learn more about the city’s roots and indigenous people. Detroit has a rich Native American history and there are many sites and cultural items through which it can be celebrated.
A history of music in Detroit – from jazz to blues to Motown to techno and hip hop – will be covered in an interactive museum gallery supported by a $250,000 donation by the Kid Rock Foundation.