We can’t think of a better place to spend a holiday weekend than Detroit.
The city has something for everyone, from the old-school art scene to the thriving entertainment industry.
You can check out a map of all the attractions, from museums to amusement parks to the city’s famous museums.
But if you want to do some real estate research, we’ve compiled a guide to the top attractions in Detroit.
Here are some of the best places to visit Detroit in 2017.1.
The Museum of Art The Art Institute of Chicago (AIC) is the oldest museum in the United States.
It is home to one of the largest collections of art in the world.
The museum is the largest in the country and is often considered one of America’s most significant institutions of learning.
The AIC opened in 1929 and is the second largest art museum in America, behind the Louvre in Paris.
This is where it all began for the museum and for the world, as its collection of paintings and sculptures was discovered.
The collection spans from the Renaissance to the 20th century and was originally part of the American War Museum.
It includes a number of famous paintings by Andy Warhol and Jean-Paul Gaultier, as well as an impressive collection of 19th-century sculptures, including one by the Spanish artist Carlos Castaneda.
The artworks are now on display in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
The building itself is known for being one of Detroit’s most beautiful and eclectic, with its elegant facade, open floors, and open ceilings.
The entire building is worth a visit, as you will have a chance to see some of Detroits most beautiful architectural elements, including the Chrysler Building and the Chrysler Museum of American Art.
The exterior of the building is also covered in sculptures and works of art, including works by Albert Adama, Pablo Picasso, and Louis van Beethoven.2.
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit’s Museum of Sculpture is the newest addition to the Art Institute.
The structure, which opened in 2014, is the centerpiece of the AIC’s collection of more than 1,400 pieces of art and is home the world’s largest collection of sculpture.
The new addition is the first of its kind in Detroit and features three wings, which are designed to accommodate the collection of works on display.
These wings are open to visitors from any part of Michigan and can be accessed via a pedestrian bridge.
The walls are lined with sculptural works that have been created specifically for the wing.
The first wing opened in 2012 and is currently home to work by the Detroit artist Michael Jackson, while the second wing opened last year and has a selection of works by Japanese artist Tetsuya Mizuguchi, including a work by Chinese artist Jun-Hee Cho.3.
National Historic Landmark Museum The National Historic Marker Museum is a nationally recognized collection of the nation’s historic landmarks, including landmarks like the Great Hall of the U.S. Capitol, the White House, and the Lincoln Memorial.
The National Marker Collection has been cataloged by the National Park Service and is located at the Smithsonian Institution.
The museums collections are housed in a space in the National Mall.
The buildings are surrounded by historic buildings in the form of historic bridges and towers, which give it a feel of being an American landmark.
The American flag is on the dome of the Capitol Building, and there is also a bronze statue of Abraham Lincoln.4.
Museum for the Performing Arts Detroit’s Grand Theatre is a premier performing arts center and home to many of the citys biggest touring acts, including Paul McCartney, Patti Smith, The Who, and others.
This historic venue is home a wide variety of artists, including choreographers, choreographers from around the world and world-class choreographers.
The venue is also home to the Detroit Opera, and acts perform throughout the year.
The stage is known as the “Celtic Tiger,” and is a popular venue for performers.
The Grand Theatre hosts many musicals and musicals with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.5.
Museum and Library of Congress Detroit’s National Museum of the African Diaspora was established in 1964.
It houses many of Detroit’ most important African American and African American-American history, including many African American artists and writers.
This collection is home many of Americas most significant African American artworks, including some of America s most influential artists like Robert Johnson, and also exhibits important works of African American literature and art.
This museum was also the home of the National Archives of the United Kingdom.6.
The Detroit Public Library The Detroit public library is home for a vast amount of books, music, and other materials.
The library is one of only two urban public libraries in the U-S.
The Library of the Congress is the official home of federal government.
The public library provides free public access to government documents and information.
The staff is highly trained