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Attractions in Detroit, Michigan

Bouncin' Kidz Party Central - Indoor inflatable party place featuring giant slides, obstacle courses, basketball bouncers and more. The reason is simple, children love the fun and physical activity that inflatable play structures provide and parents love them because it keeps the kids busy all day having fun!

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History - The world's largest institution dedicated to the African American experience. The Museum provides exhibitions and programs that explore the diversity of African American history and is home to the Blanche Coggin Underground Railroad Collection, Harriet Tubman Museum Collection, Coleman A. Young Collection and the Sheffield Collection.

Crossroads Village and Huckleberry Railroad - Always family friendly! A magnificent steam railroad and a living history village of 34 historic structures, including Masters Cider Mill. Friendly villagers in period dress welcome you to the homes, mills and shops where they demonstrate crafts and skills of the 1800's.

Detroit Historical Museum - You, your family and your friends will stroll through more than 300 years of metro Detroit history, including a 19th century street scene known as The Streets of Old Detroit, and an authentic auto assembly line known simply as The Motor City.

Detroit Institute of Arts - The most famous features of the fifth-largest fine arts museum in the United States are the Diego Rivera murals, starkly depicting the artist's view of world history, the industrial revolution and the automobile.

Detroit Science Center - The Detroit Science Center is a hands-on museum that inspires its visitors to pursue and support careers in engineering, technology and science. The Science Center features five theaters; a 9,000 square-foot Science Hall for traveling exhibits; hands-on exhibit galleries focusing on space, life and physical science; the United States Steel Fun Factory; an exhibit gallery just for pint-size scientists; and a Special Events Lobby.

Great Escape Family Fun Center - Livingston County's largest indoor Family Fun Center, with one Acre of fun that includes Go-Kart racing, great shot (bumper car basketball), video game arcade, and coming soon Absolute fun Mini-Golf.

Greenfield Village - Entering Greenfield Village is like stepping into an 80-acre time machine. It takes you back to the sights, sounds and sensations of America’s past. There are 83 authentic, historic structures, from Noah Webster’s home, where he wrote the first American dictionary, to Thomas Edison’s Menlo Park laboratory, to the courthouse where Abraham Lincoln practiced law.

Henry Ford Museum - The sheer scope and design of Henry Ford Museum is as grand as the vision that inspired it. It’s impossible not to feel a sense of awe as your mind adjusts to a different sense of scale — more vast, more expansive and more diverse by far— than anything you'll encounter in everyday life.

Laser Quest - Laser quest is a fast paced game for ages 5 - 85 with a high tech combination of tag and hide and seek.

Motown Museum - The museum exhibits trace the roots of Motown’s remarkable story and chronicle its impact on 20th century popular culture and musical styles.

Riley Skate Park - The 29,000 square foot all-concrete park hosts local and national competitions and is the area’s prime hotspot for skateboarders. The unique design provides elements for skateboarders of all skill levels and spectators the opportunity to view the activity in a comfortable park like setting, for free.

TreeHouse - The Chelsea TreeHouse is an awesome adventure destination located in Chelsea, Michigan. We offer a 1,200 square foot climbing and play structure with five slides, a toddler area, swinging bridges, and of course, a huge Tree House!

The Detroit Zoo - Interact with animals of all kinds. Learn while having fun. A great place to connect people with animals and create defining moments to inspire everyone to respect, value and care for the natural world.