As far as Michigan goes, there’s more to do there than you might think. Detroit, in particular, has dozens of museums, art, and history than anywhere else in the Wolverine State. A mere lake-breadth away from Canada, Detroit has a rich history from its ties to the automobile industry to being the birthplace of Motown. As well as Detroit’s solid musical legacy that includes names such as Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye, it’s a city that’s still ripe with its own unique sense of culture. You’ll never run out of things to do in Detroit.
Since the disbanding of industry, some parts of Detroit have fallen into a state of disrepair. However, to judge a unique city by its past is to miss out on the sense of community, bringing it back together. The Heidelberg Project is an art project on the east side of Detroit. Created in 1986 by one man who saw beauty in the rundown neighborhood in which he grew up, this outdoor art installation covers an entire block.