Detroit, known as the Motor City and home to Motown Records, is bursting with culture, art and modern American history. Don’t miss this historic city’s urban revitalization.

Detroit is called Motor City for a good reason – it is the ultimate destination for a car aficionado to experience a piece of history and an exciting look into the innovative future of the automotive industry. Detroit offers several attractions and museums. The Henry Ford Museum if American innovation features an extensive collection of class cars and offers the Ford Rouge Factory Tour, where visitors can get a look into how the Ford F-150 is manufactured. A visit to the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant, the original Ford factory and the birthplace of the Model T, is a must for classic cars. And each year Detroit hosts the North American International Auto Show, a two-week exhibition and unveiling of new models and concept cars.

Detroit is home to Motown Records, the innovative label that brought music from The Supremes, The Temptations, The Four Tops, Stevie Wonder and many others to the attention of everyone in the country. Relive the early days of Detroit’s music scent at the Motown Museum, also known as Hitsville U.S.A.

Escape to Belle Isle Park’s nature center, aquarium, golf range, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum and the popular Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory. For a quick international experience, cross the Detroit River for a visit to the Canadian city of Windsor – just remember to bring your passport.

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