Tree lighting ceremonies, holiday shows and SANTA, there's plenty to do during the Christmas season throughout Metro Detroit. Here is…
Christmas is right around the corner and our holiday favorites are returning to downtown Detroit along with NEW family friendly activities to keep us busy this winter. From Cadillac Lodge to holiday shopping to Monroe Street Drive-In and Winter Wonder at 1001 Woodward, here are all the things you can look forward for Decked Out Detroit.
Cadillac Lodge is back this year it will be run by Eastern Market favorite Bea’s Detroit. The open-air gathering space will be serving up family-friendly fun and seasonal treats including create your own holiday hot chocolate. Cadillac Lodge will open to the public on November 10th and close December 31st.
New this year is 1001 Winter Wonders, an enchanting trip through downtown’s version of the North Pole. The FREE indoor activation will feature winter-themed pathway that takes you from ice paths to igloos, complete with a life-sized gingerbread house. Perfect for a family adventure, guests can wave to Santa and take a peek at his secret cabin before dropping a postcard into his magical mailbox. This weekend activity opens November 20th and will run through January 30th.
Traditional favorites return for the holiday season too. Shop local and support 18 businesses that will be at the glass hut market from from November 17th to December 24th. Watch a movie on the big screen at the Monroe Street Drive-In beginning Friday, November 12th. And strap on your skates and take your turn on The Rink at Campus Martius beginning the 20th.
Don’t worry about parking, Decked Out Detroit is offering all visitors who make a purchase from a participating brick-and-mortar Bedrock retailer or restaurant validation for two hours of complimentary parking at Bedrock-operated parking garages. Click here for a map of participating businesses and parking locations.
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..