DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS
5200 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48202 Directions
'Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA)' is one of the largest art museums in the United States. It has more than 60,000 words that form a global collection of human imagination from ancient times to the 21st Century. The museum occupies 658,000 square feet and contains more than 100 galleries, an auditorium with 1,150 seats, a lecture/recital hall with 380 seats, an art reference library, and a state-of-the-art research laboratory. You can get a complimentary guided tour of the collection of the Detroit Institute of the Arts. DIA field trips offer students history and culture lessons that can't be found on TV or the internet. It affords free entry for children (5 and under).
Sunday Music Bar, Displays, Shop, Dining at the DIA, Research Library and Archives, Educational Programs, Hotel Packages, Drawing in the Galleries, Art Gallery, Conservation, Collections, Film Theatre, Music, Minds Lectures, Museum, Classes, Drop-In Workshops, Special and Private Events, Exhibitions & Group Tours
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2648 West Grand Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48208 Directions
'Motown Museum' was established in 1985 by Esther Gordy Edwards and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Southeast Michigan. Visitors from all over America and around the world come to Studio A, where their favorite musicians and groups recorded much-loved music. It has been one of the 20th century's most notable artistic successes and spectacular success stories. Museum tells the story of how the dream of a man became one of the biggest, most profitable record labels of all time and how the music. It provides something for every interest, including entrepreneurs, talented singers and musicians, and music fans of all ages, races, and nations. The museum's goal is to preserve the Motown record corporation's legacy and to educate and inspire people, especially young people, through exhibits and programs. It affords free admission for members and children (4 and under).
Workshops, Photographs, Education Programs, Museum Store, Motown Sound, Recording Studio, Music, Artist Personal Development, Displays, Performance Theatre, Exhibitions, Group Visit and Tours, Accessibility, Shops, Music History, Facility Rentals & Collections
Price: General Admission:
Adults - $15
Seniors - $10
Youth - $10
Adults - $13
Youth - $8
Seniors (62 years or older) - $8
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CHARLES H. WRIGHT MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY
315 East Warren Street, Detroit, MI 48201 Directions
'Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History' is the largest museum in the world devoted to the African American experience. It includes works by Africans, African-Americans and Diaspora artists, the items on display in Queen are taken from the personal collection of award-winning actress CCH Pounder and cover a range of styles. The museum provides learning experiences, exhibits, activities, and events focused on collections and study documenting the rich history and culture of African Americans and their African heritage. It provides a state-of-the-art theater with 313 seats, a vast dining area, three classrooms, an indoor/outdoor café, and a building under a majestic glass dome for a wide range of events and programs. Guided tours are also available.
Receptions, Collections, Educational Resources, Corporate Meetings, Displays, Events, Historical Things, Exhibitions, Workshops, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Science, Liberation Film Series, Camp Africa, Event Space, Facility Rental, Archives and Research, Group and Guided Tour, Catering Services, Reservations & Programs
Adults (13 - 61) - $8
Seniors (62 +) - $5
Youth (3 - 12) - $5