Cranbrook Institute of Science is a natural history science museum in Bloomfield Hills. See a giant T Rex, touch a meteorite and more.
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.
Star Wars Day Saturday, November 10 10am – 4pm A galaxy far, far away is closer than you think! Fly your spaceship to Imagination Station to meet your favorite characters from a galaxy far, far away! The Star Wars universe is one of the greatest inspirations for fans of science fiction, and the science center is celebrating this sci-fi phenomenon… Read More »Star Wars Day @ Imagination Station
Impression 5 Science Center is a dynamic, interactive space for families to play, create and challenge their understanding of science. Last week was the debut of its newest exhibit space and the opening of Flow: A Water Experience! Inside the exhibit, we explored two stories of interactive water components, from a giant flywheel jet to a vortex tank you can… Read More »Impression 5 Science Center Newest Exhibit: FLOW
Guest Blogger: Vickie Morgan of Vickie’s Kitchen and Garden The Flint Children’s Museum is located in downtown Flint on the campus of Kettering University. The brick building is very visible with the castle like crown on top. Admission price for both adults and children is $6.00. Free parking is located on the side of the building and in the parking lot… Read More »The Flint Children’s Museum
Even if you didn’t grow up in the 60s and 70s, everyone has heard of Motown and the musical success they had. Hell, Motown jump-started Michael Jackson’s career and I know people have heard of him. I’m an 80s child, so I’ve heard of The Temptations, Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder, and many other Motown artists; but something I didn’t know… Read More »Hitsville USA and the Motown Museum
Today I would like to introduce everyone to the Troy Historical Village, located in Troy, Michigan at the corner of Wattles Road and Livernois Road. I don’t know how many times I’ve driven by that corner and I’ve never noticed this gem of a museum. This village contains 10 buildings that give a glimpse into this region’s past. The first… Read More »The Troy Historical Village
Now that my oldest is out of that “any park, any time, all the time” stage, I’ve been finding that I need to put a little more effort into my summer plans. He’s no longer happy with let’s go discover a new park; instead he wants to know what we’re going to do. Now he wants a plan, a reason,… Read More »10 Historic Sites You May Not Know About in Metro Detroit
If you are looking for culture, we have some of the best museums in Metro Detroit. Great for a day of fun and learning. Take in some art, learn about our past or get hands-on with science at one of these great museums in southeast Michigan. We have done our best to provide you with accurate information. If you… Read More »Museums in Metro Detroit
PuppetART is located in the heart of Detroit’s Theater District, surrounded by the Michigan Opera Theater, Music Hall, and the Gem and Century Theaters. The Center accommodates an audience of up to 70, hosts a museum of puppets and features various puppetry workshops. Performances are every Saturday at 2 p.m. and occasionally a Thursday performance at 10 a.m. Suggested ages for… Read More »PuppetART Theater and Museum