Metro Detroit's High Five
Metro Detroit is a melting pot of ethnicities, activities, industries and lifestyles. It’s what makes the area unique and attractive when it comes to playing host to your meeting or convention. Planners can stop worrying about filling up attendee agendas and what to do with free time, because metro Detroit never lacks for variety and great itineraries of fun things to eat, do and see.
Each of Detroit’s neighboring five destination districts — Dearborn/Wayne, Downtown Detroit, Greater Novi, Macomb and Oakland — has its own character and laundry list of hot spots and events, helping complete the diverse roster of metro Detroit’s extracurricular activities. And no matter what district you and your group decide to play in, you will have the opportunity to experience one of Detroit’s greatest assets — its people.
To D-Code each area's personality, click on the Detroit district name below and let your exploration begin.
Metro Detroit is home of the auto barons. Historic homes include Fair Lane (Henry and Clara Ford); Fisher Mansion (Lawrence Fisher), Ford House (Edsel & Eleanor Ford); and Meadow Brook Hall (Matilda Dodge Wilson).