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Farmington Hills Ice Arena – Indoor Skating Near Me

The 70,000 square foot Farmington Hills Ice Arena offers two arenas together with a total seating capacity approximately of 800 people in A-Arena, and 400 in the B-Arena. The arena offers youth or adult hockey programs, learn-to-skate, and figure skating programs as well as public skating. The facility also has concessions, locker rooms and private lockers available for use. Finally, guests can rent the arena at an hourly rate.

2023 New Indoor Family Fun: Epic Guide for Oakland County

If you are looking for something fun to do inside, then check out our extensive list of indoor family-friendly play areas in Metro Detroit. We have done our best to provide you with accurate information.  If you notice an inaccuracy, please let me know.  Please call to verify times, dates, location and prices before attending. Indoor Playgrounds: indoor family fun… 

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20+ Michigan Indoor Waterparks, Metro Detroit Waterparks & Beyond

It’s the middle of winter and you would love to get out of the house, maybe on a mini staycation.  If you are looking for a great Michigan indoor waterparks then you have found the right place. We have listed over twenty places to chase away the winter blues and consequently make it feel like summer again. Metro Detroit Indoor Waterparks… 

Unleash Adventure at the Henry Ford: PAW Patrol Adventure Play NEW 2024

Get ready for an exciting, paws-itively fun experience at the Henry Ford in Dearborn! The PAW Patrol Adventure Play exhibit is set to captivate young hearts and minds with its interactive and imaginative journey. From thrilling rescue missions to creative play areas, this exhibit promises a memorable adventure for the whole family. Step into the world of the hit children’s… 

Cranbrook Institute of Science’s New Exhibit: Galileo: Scientist, Astronomer, Visionary

Galileo: Scientist, Astronomer, Visionary is a hands on interactive exhibition that dives into the secrets of Galileo’s groundbreaking discoveries. Guests can experiment and explore the many activities that focus on Physics, Geometry, Mathematics, Astronomy as well as Natural Sciences. The exhibit will be on display until June 2, 2024.