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Detroit Holiday Must-Dos

Detroit Holiday Must-Dos

The holidays are approaching fast and so is all the fun to be had!  Detroit is my favorite place to visit during the holidays.  I love the lights at Campus Martius, the cheer and laughter found in restaurants, and the energy the city brings during this joyous time of year. 

Here are a few of my favorite places to visit in Detroit during the holidays.  Detroit is sure to bring you joy as there's so much to explore and do.  Be sure to download this Detroit Holiday Guide which lists all the upcoming events.  We hope you and your family have a festive holiday season!

The Fox Theatre 

The amount of beauty this building possess is indisputable. No matter how many times I visit, I am always taken back by the amount of detail and the intricate design of this building. It is extra special to visit during the holidays.  The decorations and entertainment bring so much holiday cheer.  A must see in December is The Christmas Carol.  

The Christmas Carol is playing at The Fox Theatre on Thursday, December 20th.  You can purchase tickets at 313Presents

Campus Martius 

There's a lot to do at Campus Martius and visiting at night when it is dark is always special. Be sure to bring your ice skates or you can rent skates. The entire family can enjoy some hot cocoa outdoors while skating in the heart of the city.  Festive adult beverages are also available to enjoy as you mingle with friends and family. 

November 16th- Rink Opening Party  9 PM- Midnight 

Cadillac Square 

Cadillac Square is a must visit. It is adjacent to Campus Martius so it's easy to skate and then walk over to Cadillac Square. You will find everything from a little outdoor market to the most elaborately decorated tent for you to relax and get cozy. 

Eastern Market 

Eastern Market is your go to place for wreaths, Winter Grave Blankets, Christmas trees, poinsettias, baked goods, and entertainment. Every Saturday the market is open and the Holiday Market begins Tuesday, November 20th from 9-3 and will continue on Sundays throughout November and December.  While you are there, be sure to cross the street to the meat market.  You will find all kinds of meat for entertaining guests during the holidays.    Some of my favorites is Dearborn Ham and fresh Amish turkeys. 

What are your favorite things to do in Detroit for the holidays?  Please share!

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