If the playground, park and movie routine is getting a little tired, why not do something different with the kids this weekend? From a walking tour to martial arts, these events will win approval from everyone in the family.
Up to 51 percent off Crazy Dash Walking Adventure.
Experience the city with Crazy Dash, the digital adventure walking tour that takes users around the city to do tasks and see the sights using just a smartphone app. Remote guides monitor the progress of participants and interact with them.
Where: 199 W. Jefferson Ave., Downtown Detroit
Price: $19.50 for two (51 percent discount off regular price), $40.50 for four (49 percent discount off regular price)
Up to 48 percent off from ScavengerHunt.com
Bring the family out of the house for a game of scavenger hunting. There will be 15 clues for the self-led scavenger race around town to solve the riddles and challenges. Players start the two-hour hunt by clicking on the launch code and are guided by clues sent to their smartphone.
Where: 500 W. Griswold St., Downtown Detroit
Price: $23 for two (42 percent discount off regular price), $41.50 for four (48 percent discount off regular price)
Up to 70 percent off martial arts classes for kids
Help kids build physical strength, discipline, respect and self-confidence with martial arts classes. Eugene Plowden is the head instructor at Impact Martial Arts Systems and has over 25 years of experience. The classes consist of Super Star Martial Arts for kids 4-6 years old and All-Star Martial Arts for those 7-15 years old.
Where: Impact Martial Arts Systems, 18845 Scarsdale St., North Rosedale Park
Price: $30 one month of martial arts classes and two classes per week (70 percent discount off regular price)
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