The easiest part of creating a list of the 100 Things to Do in Detroit before You Die is writing the list. The hardest? Limiting yourself to only 100.
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For locals and travelers in and around Detroit, keeping up with Detroit's Corktown isn’t easy. One of the earliest neighborhoods to welcome Detroit’s neighborhood resurgence, Corktown might’ve reeled us in with its barbecue and craft cocktails, but the city’s oldest neighborhood nook always keeps us coming back with a wealth of new sights and tastes. Start with these seven experiences for a fresh sight of Corktown right now:
Making the most of Detroit’s arts and culture scene takes planning. Luckily, we’ve assembled a guide to Detroit’s arts and culture hot spots, no matter where you are on the map. Get ready to navigate the city’s cultural districts like a pro. Even your Instagram followers will be impressed.
It took nearly three years to construct, but the Polk Penguin Conservation Center at the Detroit Zoo is finally open! And it’s hard to tell who’s more excited: the humans or the penguins. But one thing’s for sure: The new penguinarium is a must-see if you’re visiting the Detroit area. Here are a few things to know before you go:
Detroit, you look good. We know because we see you captured from every angle. We’re pleased to feature these images when you tag us at @visitdetroit or #DepictTheD. These photos prove that something new can be found from every viewpoint. The excitement called for an update to our list of recommended Detroiters with enviable Instagram accounts. These are your new must-follow Detroit Instagrammers. Take a peek.