Detroit is not recognized as a Spring Break destination.
Why? Because the Motor City is sometimes prone to winter weather even in the beginning of Spring. But if you’re one of those travelers who want an alternative to the crowded beaches of the south, then you may want to rethink Detroit as a destination. Here are the best events and places where you can party in the city for Spring Break.
1501 Holden St., Detroit MI 48208
You can’t have a successful Spring Break in Detroit without visiting this bar. The Marble Bar is one of the best bars in the Motor City as a number of local artists perform at the bar on an almost daily basis. So if you want to see Detroit’s music scene up close and personal, make your way to this bar.
Comerica Park -- 2100 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48201
What better way to kick off a Spring Break in Detroit than catching a Tigers game? Comerica Park is one of the best MLB stadiums in the league with awesome sightlines and fantastic food, which will be a bonus when you watch the always competitive Detroit Tigers take on the best Major League Baseball has to offer.
1 Cedar Point Dr., Sandusky, OH 44870
Though you have to cross into Ohio for this attraction, it’s only a 2-hour car ride to one of the best roller coaster theme parks on the planet. Cedar Point has long boasted an incredible collection of roller coasters that will test your courage, and the venerable theme park will be a hotspot for Spring Breakers who want some thrills during their time away from school.
Motor City Casino
2901 Grand River Ave., Detroit, MI 48201
You don’t have to head for Vegas to do some gambling. You can do that right in the Motor City at the Motor City Casino, a large casino-hotel complex that has a large selection of casino games that will have you dreaming of riches. If you want to stay right on site, the casino hotel is one of the best hotels in the city, offering vantage points of downtown Detroit that you won’t be able to find anywhere else.