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Experiences In The D | The Blog for Visit Detroit

The Visit Detroit Blog is part of The Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau (DMCVB).

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Detroit is entrepreneurship. Detroit hustles harder. Detroit is a comeback city. Detroit is where Richard Branson and the Virgin Atlantic team want to be and they made that clear by establishing a daily, direct route from London, England to Detroit, Michigan. 

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There are countless ways to celebrate Independence Day in and around Detroit — ranging from the typical to the unpredictable. Whatever your fancy, we’ve got you covered. Here are some ideas for a Detroit-themed Fourth of July.


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The Detroit Riverfront is a popular summer destination, with events, concerts and places for everyone to enjoy. Here are seven ways to explore it this summer:


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Detroit’s Solanus Casey Center may not be known to all, but more than 200,000 visitors from around the world flock to the center each year to strengthen their faith, pray or visit the tomb of the Venerable Fr. Solanus Casey.


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The Detroit International Riverfront is five miles of pavilions, parks, shops, skyscrapers and restaurants that set the stage for some of Detroit’s best events. Catch a cultural fest or musical performance at Hart Plaza, ride your bike through the luscious Dequindre Cut Greenway or Gabriel Richard Park or grab those poles and head to William G. Milliken State Park to fish by the lighthouse. The possibilities are endless at this recently revitalized RiverWalk.


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