Downtown Detroit Holiday MarketsKids need fresh air and you need to get ready for the holidays! As part of Winter in Detroit there are lots of activities and places to shop. There are... Downtown Detroit Holiday Markets skip to Main Content

Downtown Detroit Holiday Markets

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Kids need fresh air and you need to get ready for the holidays! As part of Winter in Detroit there are lots of activities and places to shop. There are three designated shopping areas at 1001 Woodward at Campus Martius and shopping huts at Cadillac Square and Capitol Park. Here are the vendors you’ll find at each location. Have fun, explore the city and shop local!

 

1001 Woodward

 

Cadillac Square 

 

Capitol Park

  • Art Life // pop-up art gallery
  • Tobogganists // high-quality toboggan sleds at affordable prices
  • Greystone Gardens // Christmas trees, wreaths, flower arrangements and garland
  • Eatori // hot soups, grilled cheese and beverages

 

Photo credit: Bedrock

Where to Park

You need to know what to do with your car in the Motor City!  Here are some places to park when you’re downtown.

 

Parking Structures:

  • Z Lot // 225 Gratiot Ave
  • One Campus Martius // 1188 Farmer St
  • City of Detroit (underground) // 1206 Woodward Ave
  • Kennedy Square // 720 Griswold St

 

Surface Lots:

  • Cadillac Square // 1025 Farmer St
  • Cadillac Square // 70 Cadillac Square
  • Capitol Park //1254 Griswold St
  • Lafayette // 238 W Lafayette Blvd

 

Street Parking: Downtown Detroit has a pay by plate system for street parking. Pay with a credit card at the parking machine located on street. Download the Park Detroit app to extend your time without having to go back to your car.

 

QLine: If you prefer to park in New Center or Midtown, take the QLine down Woodward and get off at the Campus Martius stop.

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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..

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