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Detroit is known as the “Automobile Capital” also the city where Henry Ford pioneered the automotive assembly line. It is also one of the largest cities of Michigan, sitting at the water's edge. The city has restaurants, shops, and interesting neighborhoods like Greektown, Zoo, cafes, and shops. Detroit is also known for its contribution to music and is also a repository of art, architecture, and design.

Places to visit in Detroit

Motown Museum:

It is a small shingle-clad building, which is quite famous for “Hitsville USA” for its iconic sign. Here, visitors can see the actual recording studio where Marvin Gaye and other hit songs were produced. The Motown museum chronicles the history of the recording studio. It is one of the reasons for Detroit's rise to fame as the birthplace of some of the finest and biggest music hits of all time.

Belle Isle Park:

Belle Isle Park is a Michigan state park, a Detroit gem rich with natural beauty and history. The island park is spread across a 987-acre area and features Belle Isle Nature Zoo, picnic areas, the James Scott Memorial Fountain, athletic fields, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory, giant slide, and various other popular attractions. There are 150 acres of wooded area, three lakes, and a tremendous view of Detroit and Windsor skyline. You can get rentals for watercraft, snow sports, and bikes.

Campus Martius Park:

This national and international destination, Campus Martius Park is a treasure of Detroit city. USA Today named the park “Top Public Square” due to its public space design, operations, management, programming, and placemaking. Situated in the heart of Downtown, the Campus Martius Park is known as the gathering place of Detroit for locals as well as tourists. The famous Campus Martius Park was created in 2004 at Detroit’s point. The park was created with the vision for the city’s plan created by Augustus Woodward in 1805.

Detroit Zoo:

It is one of the biggest zoos in the city; it spreads over a land of 125 acres. It is just outside downtown Detroit. The zoo shows some of the most popular habitats of the world, including African habitats. You can find some of the finest animals in the world, such as lions, zebras, giraffes, the sloth, and many others. In Asian habitats, you will find camels, tigers, lemurs, and red pandas.

Historic Fort Wayne:

If you want to find what soldiers were like in the 1860s, then this can be the best place to visit. The interior of the building is one of the oldest and includes several astonishing things. Inside the fort stands the large limestone barracks building constructed in 1848. The fort hosts numerous events throughout the summers, including ghost tours that explore the spookier side of the fort.

Airports in Detroit

  • Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport- DTW
  • Detroit City Airport- DET
  • Detroit Willow Run Airport- YIP

Airports in Los Angeles

  • Los Angeles International Airport- LAX
  • Tom Bradley International Terminal- BDL
  • Hollywood Burbank Airport - BUR
  • John Wayne Airport
  • Long Beach Airport - LGB

Airlines flying from Los Angeles to Detroit

  • Spirit
  • American
  • Delta

Best time to visit Detroit

The late spring to early fall would be the best time to visit Detroit. June, July, and August are some of the best months to visit the city. It is expected that hotels can be more expensive at this time. Detroit has very cold temperatures and a fair amount of snow during the winter months.