From the moment you step outside the Hotel David Whitney and walk in any direction, there is so much to see and do in Detroit. Rent a MoGo bike for a trip to Library Park on your way to the Riverfront. Make your way to Hart Plaza with its famed fountain. Find excellent shopping and fine dining along Library Street with luxury brands like Le Labo and Gucci. From four champion sports teams to Broadway shows on Detroit’s opulent stages, this city is truly an entertainment capitol. Let yourself wander and prepare to be amazed.

Discover Detroit: Where Culture Thrives

Detroit’s art, sports, and entertainment scene epitomizes the city’s vibrant cultural tapestry. From world-class institutions like the Detroit Institute of Arts to iconic sports teams such as the Tigers, Lions, Pistons, and Red Wings, there’s something for everyone. The city’s diverse entertainment offerings, including live music venues, theaters, and festivals, reflect its creative energy and sense of community. Whether attending a game or exploring local art and music, Detroit offers an immersive cultural experience that resonates with visitors and residents alike.


Home to four sports teams including Stanley Cup winners, the Detroit Red Wings, and 2-time world champions the Detroit Tigers, this is a city of serious sports fans, world class arenas and incredible spirit.


Inside the city’s Midtown Cultural Center are three gems for museum-goers: The Detroit Institute of Art, Michigan Science Museum and the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.


Detroit’s prestigious venues are able to attract world-class shows, talent, dance troupes and ensembles. Before the curtains go up, our historic Fox Theatre, Orchestra Hall and Detroit Opera House are showstoppers in themselves.


Get moving with a brisk walk through Grand Circus Park and nearby Liberty Park as you make your way to Campus Martius–Detroit’s gathering place. It’s the heart of seasonal activities as a sun soaked oasis in summer and a favorite ice-skating rink in the winter months.


From the grand buildings of Detroit’s roaring heyday, we have the The Guardian Building, theaters like Orchestra Hall, the Fisher, and The Fox. You can see new growth with Comerica Tower, Hudson’s site and Michigan Central, exciting additions to our ever changing skyline.


Gourmands and gastronomers will fall in love with Detroit instantly as our diverse population has created innovative fusions to infinity. We are in no shortage of James Beard Award Winners, as this city has grown from grassroots to gastronomes.