Explore Belle Isle Park with stories of steam ships, bicycles and canoodling while you explore Edwardian monuments, museums and bridges. (Holds up to 4 people)
Explore the “coming of age” story of the automobile during the first decades of the 20th Century from the vantage point of Detroit’s Woodward Corridor. (Holds up to 4 people)
When the United States went dry, in 1920, Michigan had already had a head start. In fact, it had a three-year start.
The Corktown Community is the oldest existing neighborhood in Detroit. Home to Detroit workers since the 1830’s, 75 acres of Corktown homes and businesses were demolished in the years following World War II for industrial expansion, and for the expansion of area freeways.