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Grab Cheap Flight Tickets to Detroit

Reasons to Book Cheap Detroit Flights

Detroit is a riverfront city in the state of Michigan and seat of Wayne County, US. It is known as the Automobile Capital of the World for its revolutionary automotive assembly line in 20th century, a development that became the precursor to the birth of major American automobile companies. For the visitors to the city, there’re plenty of things to see and do. Some of the famous attractions here include - Detroit Institute of Arts, Comerica Park, and Motown Historical Museum to name a few.

Detroit Institute of Arts

The Detroit Institute of Arts is a factual narrative of the city’s volcanic emergence on the map of automobile engineering. It has a number of art pieces related to the evolution of Detroit’s blue-collared culture, central to which is a series of 27 frescoes entitled Detroit Industry created by Diego Rivera in 1933. It is supplemented by art pieces (by Picasso, Rembrandt and van Gogh besides others) and artifacts dating back to medieval period from Africa, Oceania, Indigenous Americas, Europe and Near East.

Comerica Park

Opened in April 2000, Comerica Park is an open-air ballpark in Downtown Detroit. It is home ground of a famous baseball team (the Detroit Tigers) and can seat around 41297 people. It serves as a theme park and baseball museum when not used for baseball games. Its supplementary attractions include a ferries wheel, a water outlet, and a museum of baseball history.

Motown Historical Museum

Motown Historical Museum or the former music studio was the launching pad of Stevie Wonder’s and Michael Jackson’s professional careers. It was here that the maestros recorded their first musical albums along with other singers. This museum offers a screenshot of those bygone times through a series of old photographs and artifacts in a 90-minutes guided tour.

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