Scott Zack Michigan Shares Some of Detroit’s Best Attractions

Scott Zack Michigan

January 4, 2021

Scott Zack Michigan

Local businessman Scott Zack Michigan shares a selection of his favorite attractions found in the midwestern state of Michigan’s largest city.

 

From the Henry Ford Museum to Cliff Bell’s Jazz Club, successful Detroit business owner Scott Zack Michigan shares a few of the must-visit attractions found in the midwestern state of Michigan’s largest city, nicknamed ‘Motor City’ for its ties to the auto industry, and the birthplace of chart-topping Motown Records.

 

“From world-class architecture and museums to sites of great historical importance and numerous beautiful public spaces, Detroit is home to an array of must-visit spots for anyone taking a trip to the city,” shares Zack, a popular business owner from the Detroit metropolitan area.

 

Nicknamed ‘Motor City’ for its ties to the auto industry, and the birthplace of chart-topping Motown Records, local business owner Scott Zack Michigan begins by highlighting the Henry Ford Museum and the Motown Museum. “You simply cannot visit Motor City without learning about the industry that gave Detroit its nickname,” suggests Zack, “and, equally, the fascinating story behind world-famous Motown Records.” 

 

The Henry Ford Museum, in Dearborn, located just outside the city, takes up more than 250 acres and is home to over 25 million artifacts, according to Scott Zack Michigan. “Set inside its first and main building, meanwhile, Motown Records’ Motown Museum is another must-visit Detroit attraction,” shares the local businessman, “where the museum’s passionate guides will explain the story behind one of the most famous record labels of all time.” 

 

Scott Zack Michigan is also quick to sing praises of the Guardian Building, one of the best Art Deco skyscrapers, in the U.S., and now a National Historic Landmark. “There’s also the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, a repurposed auto dealership, today a contemporary visual, literary, music, and performing arts hub,” he shares, “with a ‘pay what you can’ policy on admission.” 

 

Scott Zack Michigan also recommends a visit to the GM Renaissance Center, the seven towers of which overly dominate the downtown Detroit skyline. “Originally built by Ford, the GM Renaissance Center became the headquarters of GM in the mid-1990s,” he explains, “and is now home to an abundance of restaurants, hotels, shops, complimentary tours, and other year-round attractions.”

 

Right outside the GM Renaissance Center, Scott Zack Michigan also recommends taking in the Detroit Riverwalk, which offers pavilions, plazas, and parks to enjoy, and is said to be the best place to soak up mostly uninterrupted views of the city. 

 

“Furthermore, I’d recommend the Detroit Historical Society’s free-to-enter museum, too,” he adds, wrapping up, “plus Cliff Bell’s Jazz Club; the ideal place to grab a drink, a bite to eat, and to take in some of the legendary jazz club’s live music after a long day spent exploring Detroit.”