Plan Your Weekend Trip

There is lots to see and do in the Metro Detroit area after you have shopped our annual glass show. Here are some of our recommendations, along with restaurant and lodging options.

Performances

Detroit 

Symphony Orchestra

11/03 - 11/05 / Detroit

Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4

Schumann Symphony No. 3

William Tell Overture

The Band's

Visit

10/28 - 11/08 / Detroit

Tour of the Broadway musical that won 10 Tony awards. Performed at the historic Fisher Theater.

Area Attractions

The Henry

Ford Museum

Dearborn

Explore fascinating exhibits that tell the history of American life and innovation.

Meadowbrook

Hall

Rochester

Tour this Tudor revival style mansion built between 1926 and 1929. 

Detroit

Institute of Arts

Detroit

One of the largest art collections in the US with over 100 galleries.

Detroit

Historical Museum

Detroit

Walk cobblestone streets, see 19th century stores, and much more. 

Motown

Museum

Detroit

Stand in Studio A, where artists and groups recorded much-loved music

Edsel &

Eleanor Ford House

Grosse Pointe Shores

Tour the 1928 estate designed by architect Albert Kahn.

Dearborn Hotels

The Dearborn

Inn

Dearborn

Built in 1931, this historic hotel was developed by Henry Ford.

The Henry

Hotel

Dearborn

An upscale hotel part of the Marriott Autograph Collection.

Hampton

Inn

Dearborn

Located in the center of downtown Dearborn.

Dearborn Restaurants

Edison's at 

The Dearborn Inn

Dearborn

Built in 1931, this historic hotel was developed by Henry Ford.

Buddy's

Pizza

Dearborn

Enjoy the crispy deliciousness that is Detroit (square) pizza!

La Pita

Restaurant

Dearborn

A local favorite for Middle Eastern food.

Antique Malls

Livingston

Antique Outlet

Howell

33,000 square feet of antiques, collectibles, and home treasures.

Knightsbridge

Antique Mall

Northville

200 dealers with a large selection of antiques and collectibles.

Town

Peddler

Livonia

Over 350 artists, craftspeople, and antique & vintage merchants

Downtown Areas to Explore

Detroit

Experience the revitalized city with upscale restaurants, museums and more.

Ann Arbor

Home to the UofM along with great shopping and restaurants.

Birmingham

An Oakland County suburb with boutique shopping and fine dining.

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