Are you looking for an inexpensive way to visit some of the best museums in metro Detroit? Bank of America has a great offer for their cardholders. You can receive free general admission on the first full weekend of every month through their Museums on Us Program.
Take a step back in time and enjoy a day in the 19th century. Visit the working farms, porches & parlors or even see glass blowing at Liberty Works.
Visitor’s information, directions, review, tips, and images of the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn
Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes Exhibit stops for a short time at The Henry Ford in Dearborn. More than 300 artifacts, immersive experiences and more.
Galaxy Zone features an intergalactic arena to wage a futuristic war of laser tag. Find secret areas to shoot the enemy from and make your way over the huge landscape setup to stage an enormous intergalactic war! Galaxy Zone also has a large arcade area for gamers. There’s also food available on site for purchase.
The Dearborn Ice Skating Center (DISC) features two NHL regulation-size ice surfaces, main arena seating for 1,500, a concession stand and many more amenities. The facility is open year-round for ice skating and room rentals, and offers special event rentals May through July.
Ballsy Balls in Dearborn 4,000 square foot indoor play space where children and adults can put on a plastic bubble and run around. The location will be adding a party room and nerf guns soon.
Indoor play structure,light gallery, magnetic block station, sensory board station, and Lite-Brite wall await you at the whimsical Kidcadia in Dearborn.
The Red, White, and Blue Playground at Levagood Park features two play structures. The larger structure has three slides, a rock wall, steps and also several climbing elements.
All Aboard, Day Out With Thomas is pulling into the Greenfield Village Station for three weekends of full-steam delight. Go on a train ride with Thomas, Meet Sir Topham Hatt, listen to live music, enjoy a magic show, sit down to a story, or shop for your favorite Thomas or...