There is a lot of family fun to be had in the Detroit Metro area this coming week. Here are our top picks for some true summer entertainment.
Explore Wild Summer Nights at the Detroit Zoo
The long days of summer means more time for you to run wild at the zoo. On Wednesday evenings in July and August, the Detroit Zoo remains open until 8 PM and hosts concerts for all to enjoy.
Visit the Civil Rights Exhibit at the Detroit Institute of Art
The Art of Rebellion: Black Art of the Civil Rights Movement features 34 paintings, sculptures, and photographs created by black artists in the 1960s and 1970s. Through their work, these artists attempted to address social and political issues that focused on racial injustice. This piece of history can help you and your family reflect on the changes in the Detroit area and the country.
Take a break at Summerfest
There are few better ways to relax with your family than by listening to an outdoor concert or watching a movie while enjoying local food. Summer at the War Memorial provides live music and entertainment for all members of your family. Pack a picnic or try some of fare from vendors featured at the festival.