In Detroit, Thanksgiving Day offers a wide range of fun activities for families, most of which involve either turkeys, food or both.
When it comes to tailgating before a Lions game in downtown Detroit, there are a few options for those who will be celebrating a bit before the contest.
Get a group together and head down to the ultimate Detroit Lions tailgating experience in the club section of Ford Field where you will be fed, entertained and be able to watch the game from some of the best seats in the stadium.
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Hundreds of metro-Detroit men attended a free health event at Ford Field Saturday.
Before heading down to Ford Field for the face-off between the Lions and the Minnesota Vikings, you wonder, just how early should you get there and what can you do before the game?
The Minnesota Vikings have a chance to maintain at least a share of the NFC North lead with a victory against the Detroit Lions. The Lions are struggling and the Vikings enter with momentum from a victory over the San Francisco 49ers.
Detroit is one of the hottest sports towns in the U.S., and where there’s great sports, there’s also great food. Check out these spots for the best stadium food in the D.
Comerica Park and Ford Field are arguably two of Detroit’s most well known attractions and with good reason.
Give yourself more time and expect a traffic mess downtown Saturday afternoon and evening when two big events brings huge crowds to Detroit.