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  • Arts & Museums

    »Motorsports Museum & Hall of Fame

    If you like things that zoom, this is worth the trip to Novi. Located in the Novi Expo Center, this museum has a fascinating collection of race vehicles. The Hall of Fame has several motor sports categories including air racing, motorcycling, boating and various car racing areas. Driving simulators and other games, slot cars and racing videos are part of the experience of total immersion in racing. It's a unique museum in that it covers so many types of racing vehicles.

    25058-25330 Novi Rd
    Novi, MI 48375

    »Holocaust Memorial Center

    Founded in 1984, the Holocaust Memorial Center was the first institution in the United States to offer exhibits about the Nazi extermination of six million Jews in Europe during World War II. It's an eye-opening and breathtaking museum, offering a wide range of information and raising important questions about history. True to their slogan they are illuminating the past and enlightening the future.

    28123 Orchard Lake Road
    Farmington Hills, MI 48334-3738

    »Plymouth Historical Museum

    The Plymouth Historical Museum opened its doors to public in 1976. Located in downtown Plymouth, the museum chronicles the history of the town, highlighting its industrial progress and growth in the Victorian era and how it has molded present-day Plymouth. Featuring many interesting exhibits that include a recreation of the Main Street in the 19th Century and the famous Lincoln collection, which is said to be one of the largest Lincoln collections in the country, the museum makes for a great visit. The facility is spread over 26000 square feet (2415 square meters) land, also features a museum store, meeting area, a library and archives. Also worth mentioning is the 37A size, giant shoe of the Guinness Record Holder, Robert Wadlow who towered 8.9 feet (2.72 meters).

    155 South Main Street
    Plymouth , MI 48170

    »Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum

    Founded by Marvin Yagoda, Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum features vintage mechanical games that Yogoda has been collecting since the 1960s. These coin-operated machines, oddities, and objects procured from fairgrounds and sideshows delight the visitor and some other machines are custom made and can be found only here. It is truly a fascinating place to spend some time (don't forget to bring quarters!); indeed, it made The World Almanac's top 100 list of strangest museums in the United States.

    31005 Orchard Lake Road
    Farmington Hills, MI 48334

    »Silvio's Italian American Historical Artistic Museum

    Located on Plymouth Road is a privately owned Italian American Historical Artistic Museum that displays works of Silvio Luigi Barile, a World War II survivor. Filled with sculptures and statues that Barile has painstakingly made himself, the museum is located right behind his bakery. Featuring a lot of artwork inspired by Silvio's Italian heritage, it makes for an interesting visit.     

    26417 Plymouth Road
    Redford Charter Township, MI 48239

    »Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center

    One of Michigan's primary arts facilities, this regional art center provides a variety of art appreciation exhibits as well as a number of classes and workshops for children and adults.

    1516 South Cranbrook Road
    Birmingham, Michigan 48009

    »Cranbrook Art Museum

    One of the area's most prestigious avant-garde art museums, Cranbrook Art Museum features acclaimed contemporary painters, sculptors, promising new artists who display challenging and cutting-edge exhibitions. The museum's permanent collection highlights the accomplishments of decades of Cranbrook graduates from many different mediums. This is a popular gathering spot for local artists and art critics and is the center of a vibrant artistic community.

    39221 Woodward Avenue
    Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-0801

    »Pontiac Creative Arts Center

    The Creative Arts Center in Pontiac offers classes for locals to become artists, and also has an on-site gallery that exhibits local and national artists alike. The arts center also hosts various events through out the year.  Call or check out the website for the current exhibits, upcoming class schedules, and more!

    47 Williams Street
    Pontiac, MI 48341

    »The Pioneer Museum

    The original settlers of Oakland County did not know about mass production yet, so the artifacts found at the Pioneer Museum are authentic and hand-made. The collection, found in the lower level of the Carriage House, is made of tools and other objects from the 19th Century to the early 20th Century. Please call ahead for tour schedules.

    405 Cesar Chavez Avenue
    Pontiac, MI 48342

    »Vintage Clothing Collection

    This exhibition displays clothing from the 1800s to the early 1900s, along with military wear from Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War I, and World War II. Please call or see website for more information.

    405 Cesar Chavez Avenue
    Pontiac, MI

    »Cranbrook Educational Community

    Founded in 1904, by Ellen and George Booth, this arts and educational community is considered one of the nation's greatest architectural complexes. The Cranbrook Academy of Art, Cranbrook Art Museum, Cranbrook Institute of Science, and the Cranbrook House and Gardens are all ready for you to explore. The Cranbrook Institute of Science houses 11 permanent galleries, a changing exhibition hall, an outdoor science garden, nature trails, a state-of-the-art planetarium, an observatory, and a nature center. The Academy offers instruction in architecture, art, and design. The Cranbrook Art Museum is a contemporary art gallery. The centerpiece of Cranbrook

    39221 Woodward Avenue
    Birmingham, Michigan 48303

    »Saarinen House

    Once the former residence and masterpiece of the Finnish architect, Eliel Saarinen and his wife Loja, this stunning home is now open to the public for tours. Completed in the fall of 1930, the Saarinen House cost over USD140,000 to build, compared to the average USD6,000 of the time in Detroit. This brick and stone home features gorgeous textiles done by Loja herself, original artwork by their daughter and beautiful landscaping. Visitors can partake in guided tours from May through October. Visit the website for more details.

    39221 Woodward Avenue
    Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
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