Wyandotte is a city in Wayne County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 25,883 at the 2010 census, a decrease of 7.6% from 2000. Wyandotte is located in southeastern Michigan, approximately 11 miles (18 km) south of Detroit on the Detroit River, and is part of the collection of communities known as Downriver. Wyandotte is bounded by Southgate (west), Lincoln Park (northwest), Riverview (south), Ecorse (north) and Lasalle (east).
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5 based on 24 reviews
This is a historic house that was donated to the city for use as a library. The house was built in the late 1800's. The library offers free tours the first Saturday of every month at 10 a.m.
The Bacon House is a historic home in Wyandotte, MI. Tours of the home may or may not be available. The library part is in the back, and it's full service - books, movies, computer center. This is convenient - only a half mile from my house! One feature is a table of books that are free, and you can also drop off books you have already read. They also have a room with books for sale, at extremely reasonable prices (used library books are often like brand new!
4.5 based on 127 reviews
Heritage Park is a nice park in an urban environment that offers a petting zoo, a pond for fishing, and summer concerts on Wednesday evenings, also offers special events throughout the year, nice for families
4.5 based on 51 reviews
We drive thru here every Sunday after Church. It is a beautiful spot! Hubby bikes over there everyday that the weather is cooperative. Lots of families, picnics, special events. Park is kept nice and clean, handicapped fishing ramp, marina. Continual improvements.
And by the way, our son proposed to his wife there!
5 based on 3 reviews
Trace the history of the auto and our fascination with it along with other American inventions through the staggering collection of Henry Fords estate, which includes such memorabilia as the chair Abraham Lincoln sat in when he was assassinated and the limo in which John F. Kennedy was shot.
Named for its founder, the automobile industrialist Henry Ford, and based on his efforts to preserve items of historical interest and portray the Industrial Revolution, the entire property encompasses homes, machinery, exhibits, and Americana of historically significant items as well as common memorabilia, both of which help to capture the history of life in early America.
Amazing...incredible...fantastic...unbelievable...fabulous...one of the most comprehensive and colossal collections of historical significance a person will every encounter !!!
JUST DO IT...DON'T HESITATE...GO VISIT...!!!!!!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Played Riverview Highlands Golf Course for the first time. They have three 9-hole course called blue-, red- and gold-courses. The courses were in very nice condition. There is water and a few bunkers to contend with. A fun and challenging place to play.
5 based on 7 reviews
The task seems simple: find clues and solve puzzles in 60 minutes to ESCAPE the room. With your adrenaline pumping -- this thrilling race against the clock might be more challenging than you think. Clever Clues is bringing adventure to life in Allen Park. Make us a part of your night out!
Excellent experience! Our "guide" was perfect - good explanations, nudges in the right direction if we needed but only given if we asked, and always just the right clue to get us back on track without giving it away. Highly recommended! Can't wait to try another room here!
4 based on 36 reviews
For over 20 years the Diamond Jack river boats have cruised the Detroit River to the delight of thousands of passengers who have become loyal fans. Many of our passengers take these boat rides on the upper and lower Detroit River every year, and some even several times a year. Life is different out on the river where you'll see Detroit and Windsor landmarks from a different point of view. Tour Prices Adult tickets: $20.00 Seniors (over 60): $18.00 Children (5-12): $15.00 Children 4 and under ride for free when accompanied by an adult.
This tour boat company offers two different tours from this dock. One goes up the river and the other goes down river past Bob Lo Island. The tour announcers are so knowledgeable about the area. Nice trips.Thank you so much for the kind words Rose. We appreciate you taking the time to leave us a review. Looking forward to seeing you again this Summer!
5 based on 2 reviews
Between his greed, the poor working conditions in his factories, and his brutal early union busting efforts, Henry Ford really wasn’t the nicest guy ever. But he showed a lot of foresight in bringing together this collection of buildings and artifacts to preserve history and make them available for public viewing. I do appreciate being able to see the Wright Brothers’ bicycle shop, Thomas Edison’s Menlo Park Laboratory, and the many other historic buildings assembled here from their various original locales. And I appreciate that Ford crossed racial barriers to work with George Washington Carver.
There’s a lot to read and learn here. The village employs an army of folks in period costumes. Between wandering around on our own, we took in a musical program, and saw an interpreter portraying Edison.
We’ve been to several other living history villages including Colonial Williamsburg, The Fortress of Louisbourg in Nova Scotia, Canada, and Heritage Park Historical Village near Calgary, but this location holds a special place because of the five or so times I’ve been to the Detroit area, I’ve visited this place nearly every time, going back to when I was very young.
The last time we were here, we paid for and enjoyed a ride in a Model T, which was a 30-minute tour that provided an overview of the place. I was a little disappointed to find the Model T ride is now just a seven-minute circuit, not a tour, and you have to line up in a cue for your turn. It was still fun, but not what I expected. Seems like there’s been other changes since we were last here more than 10 years ago, including more extensive development of the park’s roads, the addition of more food stands, and development of a whole arts and crafts area showcasing various crafts.
5 based on 5 reviews
A theme-based cooperative experience where a group of people are locked in a room and have one hour to use their surroundings and wit to solve a series of puzzles and games to gain their freedom. While staying away from the creatures that lurk in the room.
I've gone through both escape rooms and both were incredibly fun and exciting! The first time through no one in our group had done an escape room before. Wendy was helpful and professional the entire time. She quietly nudged us along the way if we seemed completely lost. The second time we went in the new Asylum room. Wendy recognized us and knew we didn't need as many hints this time. We knew to check EVERYWHERE and to use our brains a little more. The puzzles and characters keeps you on your toes the entire hour you're in there. It never slows down. I'd definitely recommend Trapped Downriver.
3.5 based on 7 reviews
My son played in this rink a few times for travel hockey, nice arena, nothing special, well kept, skate shop and consession area for hot cocoa.
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