Detroit in Michigan, USA is packed with things to. Pick from classical attractions, historical wonders and family activities. Be sure to visit the Gem Theatre, Detroit International River Walk and the Royal Oak Music Theatre. The city has transformed abandoned buildings into distilleries, cafes, galleries and chocolate shops. Downtown offers extraordinary art deco skyscrapers, lovely public parks, a hot food scene and edgy street art. Detroit's comes to life at night with the jazz clubs and daytime experiences such as bike rides at the Eastern market - all adding to the energy of the city.
Flights to Detroit (DTW)
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Detroit travel information
When to visit
Whichever season you decide to visit, there's always something to do in Detroit. The weather in Detroit varies from season to season, but easily changes quickly. Generally, the hottest months are June through August, making Summer a great time to visit to experience blue skies and sunshine. Summer temperatures range from -13ºC to 29ºC. Autumn colours are a spectacular in late September and October. Winter weather can range from rain, sleet and snow on any given day. The annual average snowfall is 102 cm with temperatures ranging from -10ºC to 2ºC. During the cooler weather it’s the perfect time to see the Henry Ford Museum and Detroit Opera House.
What is the main airport called?
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County AirportOpens in a new tab or window usually called Detroit Metro Airport, Metro Airport, or just DTW, is a major international airport in the United States in Michigan. It is the primary international airport serving Detroit and is Michigan's busiest airport. DTW Airport is located 28km southwest of downtown Detroit, in Romulus, Michigan.
Arriving in Detroit
The helpful staff at Detroit Airport will be greet you when you land. Once you collect your bags from the arrivals area, there are a number of different transport options available to get you on your way.
Getting into downtown Detroit from Detroit Airport
There are many transport options to make your trip to and from Detroit Airport easy. The most popular way is to arrange your trip via ridesharing apps. To transfer between terminals there is a free terminal-to-terminal shuttle service between the McNamara and North terminal. If traveling by public transportation, SMART and AirRide provide service to and from Detroit Metro Airport. Rental cars give you the freedom to explore at your own pace. Once you've claimed your baggage, follow signs to ground transportation and take a courtesy shuttle to the rental car campus. Taxi and luxury sedan services dispatch from the upper level of the Ground Transportation Centre to take you to downtown. Shuttle services are also available and best booked in advance.
Getting around Detroit
There are many modes of transport to get around Detroit. With plenty of parking available, it’s popular to hire a car to explore Detroit’s most popular neighbourhoods including Downtown, Corktown, Eastern Market, Midtown and more. The light-rail, Detroit People Move can help you get around downtown quick, easily and safely. Bike share, taxi, ride share, bus and shuttle services are also available for an affordable way to see the sights. Amtrak is Detriot’s train service or you may wish to hire a scooter to get across town quickly.