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269 Walker St
Detroit, MI 48207
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Detroit Tree Service
Detroit Tree Service is a tree service company in Detroit, MI. We offer tree removal, tree trimming. Call us for a Free Estimate.
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Things To Do in Detroit, MI

MotorCity WineMotorCity Wine

Impress your special someone at the MotorCity Wine, where wine and jazz are on the top of the menu. Sample the best wines in Detroit and nibble on a fine selection of Artisan made cheeses, cured meats, olives, crackers and more with live or vinyl jazz in the background creating a smooth, heady atmosphere. Purchase a favorite wine as a memento of your romantic date!

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River Days FestivalRiver Days Festival

Kick off your summer at the River Days Festival along the Detroit International Riverfront. This three-day festival draws in almost 3.5 million visitors to the Windsor-Detroit region in conjunction with Windsor’s 19-day Summer Fest. Celebrate Detroit’s maritime history, listen to some of the best music around, munch on delicious food and end your weekend with an extravagant fireworks display.

 
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Detroit Historical SocietyDetroit Historical Society

Learn about the rich history of this metro area at the Detroit Historical Society as you study 300 years worth of artifacts. Located in Midtown Detroit’s Cultural Center Historic District, this 80,000-square-foot museum has been around since 1928, making it both America’s largest and oldest museum dedicated to a metropolitan history. The exhibits and attractions here are both interesting and engaging.

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Garden BowlGarden Bowl

Right beneath the Magic Stick, you’ll find the Garden Bowl. The oldest still-operating bowling alley in the country, this historical landmark is a blast to visit. Open until 2AM Monday through Sunday, the Garden Bowl offers an excellent alternative to the traditional bars. Enjoy drinks and the tunes from a jukebox as you show off your bowling skills.

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