7 Things to Do With your Family This Weekend in Metro Detroit
Although many businesses are closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there are still plenty of fun things to do with your family in Metro Detroit. Check out our list of things to do this week in Metro Detroit.
Visit the Fairy Doors at Belle Isle
From now until November 29th, 2020 Belle Isle will host a magical outdoor adventure. Guests can delight in exploring the grounds surrounding the Belle Isle Aquarium as well as the Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory to find the hidden fairy doors. Magical Outdoor Adventure: Fairy Doors at Belle Isle in Detroit
Visit the Mystical Glenlore Trails
This 1/2 mile walking path presents a programmed and interactive light, projection, together with display technologies that bring the wooded terrain to life. Be dazzled by the sights and sounds in the amazing family experience.
Tickets to this Commerce Charter Township event sell out quickly.
Visit the Edsel and Elenor Ford House
During a difficult time for many, free children’s tickets and activities make it easier for families to experience the National Historic Landmark estate. Adult admission is just $5 for an all-day grounds pass, and children’s grounds passes will be free from Oct. 6 through Nov. 30, 2020.
Spend a Day at the Park
Michigan has so many amazing resources. With state, county, and city parks all about us, it’s hard to pick a favorite. Check out the newly installed storybook trails at Red Oaks Nature Center Storybook Trail as well as the Storybook Trail in Troy at Raintree Park. An amazing playground adventure awaits at Scarlet’s Playground at Dodge Park in Commerce Township. Or you may enjoy one of the 10 Metro Detroit Playgrounds We LOVE! Perhaps you love nature trails. If so, check out brand new Boardwalk Trails & Gardens at Innovation Hills Park.
Drive Through the Magic of Lights at DTE
Don’t miss out on this year’s newest family holiday experience, The Magic of Lights. This event is a spectacular 1.5-mile drive-through holiday lights display that includes over 1 million lights. Magic of Lights features various holiday-themed light displays using the latest LED technology together with digital animations. Guests will be dazzled by the all-new drive-through Blizzard Tunnel as well as returning favorites such as the 12 Days of Christmas, Winter Wonderland, and The Night Before Christmas. Families and friends will experience the event from the comfort and safety of their own cars as they weave through its course. Finally, guests can tune in via an FM signal to enjoy accompanying music.
Taylor Winterfest – Blizzard of Oz
Come walk with your family through a winter wonderland. Explore the unique, interactive high-tech light shows, holiday displays, in addition to characters. This event will take place throughout the historic Coan Lake area, Heritage Park Petting Farm, as well as the Taylor Conservatory and Botanical Gardens! Taylor Winterfest – Blizzard of Oz
November 19th, 2020 through January 10th, 2021
Wild Lights at the Detroit Zoo
Your family will enjoy this stroll through the lighted pathways at the Wild Lights at the Detroit Zoo. More than five million LED lights will illuminate trees and buildings as wells as more than 280 sculptures throughout the front section of the Zoo.
November 20, 2020, through January 3, 2021