It’s not surprising that our first thoughts of Detroit’s history may run to the city’s proud reputation in the automobile industry. But Motor City has a lot more to offer, especially if you’re willing to get out of the car.
Walking tour leaders are quick to point out the music, art, culinary and founding history that enriches Detroit neighborhoods and they believe there’s a lot for both residents and visitors to learn.
“People don’t really give us credit for those parts of our past,” says Motor City Brew Tours founder Stephen Johnson. He runs beer history tours around metro Detroit, and he’s not the only one telling a different story about his city.
Metromode investigates five ways to get a better perspective of Detroit than just the view from I-75.
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