What is there to do in Detroit for the holiday season? Well, let me tell you.
Detroit holiday festivities offer a number of things to do for singles, couples, and families alike. Spend one day in Detroit shopping in the holiday markets, ice skating, and gastronomy, then see a show at Fox theatre.
Top 5 Things to Do in Detroit This Holiday Season
November 10 - December 31
Located in Cadillac Square next to Campus Martius are 18-holiday markets all featuring local businesses. From Cadillac Square to Capitol Park, tents, igloos, and booths sell local goods and gifts like chocolates, clothing, and jewelry. Most of the businesses are owned by women or people of color based in Detroit. If it gets too cold, warm up in the cozy lodge with a cup of hot coco.
Every winter, Campus Martius transforms into an ice rink to be enjoyed by all. Surrounded by holiday lights and the dramatic backdrop of the skyline, and Detroit's Christmas Tree - The Rink is a winter wonderland.
The Midway on Monroe Street in Detroit has swapped summer activities with winter bumper cars, an indoor arcade, and puck-putt! Entry into the site is FREE, so enjoy a variety of new things to do for creating unique winter experiences. This holiday season watch for Santa sightings and tasty treats.
Opening its doors in 1928, the Fox Theatre hosts concerts and shows off Woodward Ave in the Historic District of Detroit. The holiday season sprinkles magic on the curtains as they part for the night's entertainment. Enjoy performances such as Elf The Musical, A Charlie Brown Christmas, Nutcracker, and Cirque Du Soleil - Twas the Night Before.
December 18, 2022 5:00 pm
Every year, in the heart of Detroit, is the largest Chanukah event of the season. The holiday festivities include the lighting of a giant menorah, a fire show, Chanukah games, and foods like soup and cider.
The Bridge and River tour is a scenic 3-hour bicycle tour will take you from the Upper West Side of New York City up and over the George Washington Bridge for a ride along the river on Route 9W. Get the full touring experience and leave New York City for a few hours. During the ride, we make stops at Grants Tomb Memorial on the Upper West Side.