If you are looking for things for your wedding guests to do while they are in town for your big day you can recommend the following:
The Henry Ford
(formerly Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village)
“America’s Greatest History Attraction”, including Ford
Rouge Factory Tours and IMAX Theatre
20900 Oakwood Boulevard, Dearborn
Detroit Science Center
One of the first centers for scientific exploration and learning in the country.
A good time for children of all ages.
5020 John R Street, Detroit
Detroit Institute of Art
A world-class art museum
5200 Woodward, Detroit
The Somerset Collection
Outstanding shopping, including Nieman-Marcus, Nordstrom, Marshall Fields, Brooks Brothers
2800 West Big Beaver Road, Troy
Detroit Tigers Baseball
at Comerica Park. The venue is worth the trip!
2100 Woodward Avenue, Detroit
Motor City, MGM Grand and Greektown Casinos
All in downtown Detroit
Greektown Casino, 400 Monroe, 313-223-2999 www.greektowncasino.net
MGM Grand, 1300 John C. Lodge Fwy, 313-393-7777 www.mgmgrand.com
Motor City Casino, 1922 Cass, 313-963-0615 www.motorcitycasino.com
Detroit’s proximity to Windsor allows your trip to Detroit to be an international experience. The Detroit-Windsor bridge in downtown Detroit and the tunnel just south of the center city allows for easy access to fine restaurants and shopping in downtown Windsor. As of June 1, 2009, everyone from every country arriving in Canada by air, land and sea has needed a passport or equivalent travel document. (Some exceptions apply to children’s passport requirements). Besides an up-to-date passport, visitors may instead have an equivalent travel document, such as a NEXUS Card.