Detroit, Michigan is the largest city of Juneau, Alaska which is situated on the northwest bank of River Detroit and on Lake St Clair. The city is the important metropolitan city, especially for automobile. Also, it is one the busiest inland port.

  • Detroit Institute of Arts

The Detroit Institute of Arts shows the representative cross-section of the artistic creation of man from immense of the cultures till today. It provides collection of various art forms from Oceania, Africa, and the Indigenous Americas; the art and culture of the Near East as well as the classical antiquity; collections from medieval Europe; and American art and culture.

Address: 5200 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48202-4094, United States.

  • Comerica Park

It is the perfect amalgamation of theme park, baseball museum, and ball Park. The main attraction is a field, museum of the baseball, and Detroit Tigers baseball team.  Detroit has a rich baseball history for sure.

Address: 2100 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201-3470, United States.

  • Henry Ford Estate

This place lies in the suburb of Dearborn, Fairlane, which is previously the home of automaker Henry Ford and Clara. The entire ground of Fair Lane consisted of a powerhouse hydro-power plant, which provided estate the complete independence to generate light, power, and heat.

Address: 1 Fair Lane Dr, Dearborn, MI 48128, USA.

  • GM Renaissance Center

It is already known that Detroit River has huge skyscraper complexes, but it is dominated by Renaissance Center. The GM Renaissance Center comprises of 73-storey Marriott Hotel as well as the six other towers comprises of shops, offices, theatres, conference space, restaurants, and public institutions.

Address: Detroit, MI 48243, USA.

  • Motown Museum

The Motown Museum is a little shingle-clad building which was occupied from the year 1957 to 1972 by the studio where several records of the ‘Motown sound’ previously produced. Visitors can access the recording studio where once Marvin Gaye and many others produced super hit songs. The museum gives ample info about the history of the recording studio and founder of the studio too.

Address: 2648 West Grand Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48208-1237, United States.