Where life is art.
Midtown hosts two million visitors annually, with the largest concentration of cultural, educational and medical institutions in southeast Michigan. It has two radio stations, its own symphony, nine theatres, five museums, 35 restaurants and 10 galleries all within two square miles—making it one of the best walkable communities in Detroit.
Within two blocks, you can explore the Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit Film Theatre, Detroit Science Center, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, the Detroit Historical Museum and Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD).
Just for fun, head to the Majestic Theater complex, home of the Garden Bowl, America’s oldest active bowling alley. It also houses two legendary music hotspots–The Magic Stick and Majestic Theater. For more refined musical tastes, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra performs at the Max M. Fisher Music Center.