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Ford Field

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(3 Reviews)

2000 Brush St, Detroit, MI 48226

(313) 262-2000

Today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tomorrow: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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General Info
Ford Field, located in Detroit, offers a wide range of recreational facilities for children, adults and seniors. It organizes various games, events and social affairs programs. The center organizes programs, such as Detroit Lions Schedule, Mid-American Conference Championship, Monster Jam, camping and recreational vehicle shows, Wrestle Mania, and Home and Garden. Its other facilities include accommodations, restaurants, conference halls, a fitness and recreation center, art gallery and golf courses. The center also provides sports amenities, a dining facility, and indoor and outdoor recreational areas. It organizes corporate meetings, conferences, wedding parties, anniversaries and get-togethers. Its menu includes burgers, sandwiches, soups, salad, coffee, natural juices, pastries and snacks. Public walk-up tours at 11am and 1pm on the following days: September-December:Mondays, Thursdays & Fridays
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BBB Rating and Accreditation information may be delayed up to a week.
Regular Hours
Mon - Thu:
Extra Phones

Tour Hotline: (313) 262-2100

Tickets: (313) 262-2012

Payment method
amex, all major credit cards, cash
Downtown Detroit
Concession stand, food and beverages,

Detroit Lions

Stadiums, Arenas & Athletic Fields


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Linda A.



This is the home of the Detroit Lions. Parking will cost you anywhere between 20.00 and 50.00. If you stay in a hotel within 10 miles, take an Uber. You will pay about the same as you would to park, but without the hassle. There are activities outside of Ford Field before regular season games, so try to get to the stadium about 2 hours before kickoff. The line for security rivals airport TSA. I have missed kickoff 2 times because of long unnecessary delays. Do not bring a bag (purse) larger than your hand, otherwise they will take it, check it and give you a clear gallon bag. The second option is they make you go back to your car. So, moral of the story, leave your big purse at home. National Coney is the THE best coney. If you want craft beer, instead of low grade draft, go around to section 121. Expect to pay 8.50-13.00 for a beer. Coney dogs are 10.00 for 2 dogs and a small bag of chips.

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great place to watch the lions. traffic flow isnt bad if youre not an idiot. use your brain and you should be ok.



Horrible place for a concert. ...

Horrible place for a concert. Not because of the venue....because of the LACK of traffic directing and flow. Two hours to go 6 or 8 blocks. Ramps to expressways blocked off along with service drives. Completely unorganized and unprepared for so many people. They opened their doors in 2002. They should have a well oiled traffic plan worked out by now. NEVER AGAIN for a concert!