Detroit Riverfront Conservancy

If you want to relax for a couple of hours while still seeing some fascinating parts of the city, then The Riverfront is a great choice. The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy project transformed the area, creating new parks, walkways, plazas, and gardens. Walk along the waterfront and admire the flowers in bloom and the butterfly gardens if you’re visiting in spring/summer, ride a bike to see the entire East Riverfront transformation (the West is currently in development), or buy some quality food and make a picnic out of it.

Detroit Riverfront Conservancy

  • 600 Renaissance Center, Detroit, MI 48243, USA

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