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Discover Detroit

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Museums, Sports, Media, & Zoo

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Detroit Institute of Arts

A Detroit treasure and Wayne State neighbor -- the fifth-largest fine arts museum in the United States. Open W,Th,F 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

The Henry Ford

Nine acres of exhibits and millions of artifacts, offering a fascinating chronicle of American ingenuity, innovation and imagination. Includes Greenfield Village, Henry Ford Museum, Ford Rouge Factory, Benson Ford Research Center & IMAX theatre.

Detroit Science Center

Home of an IMAX Dome theater, the museum features fun and interactive exhibits in science and math.

Holocaust Memorial Center

Preserves the memory of those murdered in the Holocaust through exhibits, educational programs, and library.

Museum of African American History

The world's largest Black historical and cultural museum with exhibits, classrooms, a library and a theater.

sports  

Hiking and Backpacking

Michigan is a great place for outdoor activity -- hiking, hunting, biking, boating and more -- for all four seasons.

Detroit Lions

Football at the beautiful, new Ford Stadium in downtown Detroit.

Detroit Tigers

Baseball, opened at new Comerica Park in downtown Detroit for 2000 season.

Detroit Red Wings

Hockey at the Joe (Joe Louis Arena, on Detroit waterfront). Perennial Stanley Cup competitor.

Detroit Pistons

The rejuvinated basketball team, which plays at the Palace of Auburn Hills.

Michigan Golf

Guide to Michigan golf courses, some of the best in the country.

media  

Detroit News

Detroit daily newspaper, conservative.

Detroit Free Press

Detroit daily newspaper, mildly liberal.

Crain's Detroit Business

Detroit Metro business news.

More Media Links

Internet Press Links to Michigan TV, Radio, other media.

Wayne State Media Office

Information and pictures of campus personalities.

zoo  

Detroit Zoological Institute

Major zoological park that seeks to foster wonder and respect for the world's wildlife.

   

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