Detroit’s diversity has nurtured the city into a global hub of art and culture. It has mariachi performances in Mexicantown, the St. Albertus Festival featuring live music and Polish food, and the first and only U.S. museum devoted to Arab American history. Detroit has so much to see.
Midtown Detroit, formerly known as the University Cultural Center Association, is home to over 150 organizations representing the area’s cultural, academic, medical and service institutions, corporations, businesses and community organizations. Since its founding in 1976, the organization has been responsible for connecting people to theaters, galleries and museums; the creation of the Sugar Hill Arts District, the construction of community gardens and more.
Detroit’s wealth of museums include: