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There is a surprising array of avenues for exploring the automotive and labor heritage found throughout central and southeastern Michigan. Whatever your interest, museums to race tracks, architecture to souvenir shopping, and whether you prefer walking or biking, boating or driving, a packaged trip or a self-guided tour, we have just the experience for you.

Auto and Labor Heritage on the Detroit River
The Detroit riverfront is rich with history and local communities, major industries, and even the United States owe their development, in part, to the Detroit River and the people who took advantage of its potential.

Rouge River Tour
Download a guide to this historical driving tour today!

Ford Rouge Factory Tour
Experience one of America's greatest industrial stories from the inside out as history and the future join together.

Sparks of Creativity
Automotive Innovators & Entrepreneurs in Southeast Michigan.

US 12/Michigan Avenue Driving Tour
Traversing approximately 209 miles through the state of Michigan, US12/Michigan Avenue retains a rich historic character and offers the traveling motorist an opportunity to view many historic, cultural and recreational assets along this east-west corridor.

Woodward Avenue Scenic Byway
Woodward Avenue is an all American Road... just what does that mean? Discover the interesting story of this historic road.

Tour Ren Cen
Tour Ren Cen highlights the face of Detroit's most famous building and outlines the rich history that General Motors shares with the city.

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