Detroit Quick Guide
As one of the nation's hotspots of industry and innovation, Detroit, Michigan is a city with a proud past and a bright future. Its economy is driven by health care, manufacturing and retail industries.
Visitors can go to any number of museums that provide an in-depth look at the city's history and involvement with the automobile and music industries, including the Automotive Hall of Fame; the Detroit Historical Museum; the Henry Ford Museum; and the Motown Historical Museum, which pays homage to many of the industry's greatest performers.
Many city offices and departments are located at the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center, located at 2 Woodward Avenue. Additionally, there are several "Neighborhood City Halls" that serve residents in districts throughout the city. And, like many other popular cities, Detroit also operates a landline-based 311 telephone system to help residents navigate the city's many offices and departments.
Getting Around or Getting Away
Map your Detroit driving directions to popular area destinations.
Need a flight to or from Detroit? Find a Detroit travel agency. Need to get to the Detroit Metro Airport? Try these airport transportation services. Need a place to stay? Also find Detroit Hotels on TripAdvisor.