School's out for MLK Day and if you're looking for places to go, here's a list of what's open around…
There are only a couple weeks left of summer and we are ready to make the most of every sunny, warm weather day we have left! Here are 8 family activities you’ll want to do this month.
Make A Splash
Cool down and have fun at a pool, beach or splash pad while you still can. Want to know our favorites? Clement Circle Pool (Livonia), Lake St. Clair Metropark beach (Harrison Township), and Indian Springs Spray ‘n’ Play (White Lake).
Drive-Thru Jurassic Quest
Have a roaring good time at DTE Energy Music Theatre and drive-thru an interactive Jurassic Quest dinosaur show featuring over 70 moving pre-historic animals.
Take A Train Ride
Head to Joy Park on Sundays for a 40 minute train ride with the Michigan Transit Museum.
Stop and Smell The Roses
Enjoy the summer blooms before they’re gone and visit a public garden – here are our favorites in metro Detroit and beyond.
Reading and Rhythm on The Riverfront
Head to the Riverfront for fun and FREE family time at Reading and Rhythm on the Riverfront. Listen to stories, dance to the music and take a ride on the carousel at Gabriel Richard Park. All kids get a free book to bring home too!
Go On An Air Adventure
Take a trip to the Yankee Air Museum and watch the Air Adventure Show from the ground or sign up for a flight! Kids must be at least 8 years old to ride.
Watch A Movie Under The Stars
The outdoor summer movie line-up is getting longer. Stay up past bedtime and watch a classic from the car or under the stars.
Celebrate National S’mores Day
Pop the tent in your backyard or plan a last minute camping trip at a metro Detroit campground and see who can create the best s’mores combo over the campfire. Have a sweet treat on us, enter to win a half dozen Campfire cupcakes from Bakehouse46 in Birmingham.
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About Carrie Budzinski
Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..