There is much to see and do around The Inn on Ferry Street. Here are a few suggestions to help you experience the most during your visit to Detroit!


The Inn on Ferry Street Shuttle
Our hotel offers a complimentary shuttle to and from the hotel within five miles from 7:00 AM until 11:00PM. Requests are arranged through the Front Desk upon request.


Amtrak Detroit Station
800.872.7245 •
The Detroit Amtrak Station is located 0.6 miles from the hotel. Our stop is part of the Midwest Route.


Detroit Metropolitan Airport
734.247.7678 •
The largest and closest airport to the hotel is Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW). It is located 19.4 miles from The Inn.


Lyft car service is readily available in the Detroit area and from transportation to/from Detroit Metropolitan Airport.


Metro Cars
800.456.1701 •
Metro Cards offers private car service in the Detroit area and from transportation to/from Detroit Metropolitan Airport.


313.582.3044 •
The QLINE is a 6.6-mile circulating streetcar loop serving 12 locations on Woodward Avenue from Downtown Detroit through Midtown, New Center and the North End. The Ferry Street QLINE station is conveniently located steps away from the hotel.


855.937.5668 •
SKOOT offers shuttle service to/from Detroit Metropolitan Airport.


Uber car service is readily available in the Detroit area, including Detroit Metropolitan Airport.


Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
315 E. Warren
313.494.5800 •
This 120,000 square foot museum with three exhibition galleries is the largest African-American museum in the world dedicated to documenting, preserving and educating the public on the life and culture of African Americans. Its comprehensive main exhibition, “Of the People: The African American Experience”, covers over 600 years of African American History.
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 9:00AM-5:00PM & Sunday 1:00PM-5:00PM


Detroit Historical Museum
5401 Woodward Avenue
313.833.1805 •
History Comes Alive at this museum as you stroll through the famous “Streets of Old Detroit” and experience how people actually lived in the 1840s, 1870s, and early 1900s. Don’t miss the Motor City Exhibition, celebrating 100 years of automotive history in Detroit. Additional permanent exhibits include Frontiers to Factories, which takes a look at Detroiters at work from 1701 to 1901, and the Glancy Trains, an interactive display of model trains that is a longtime Detroit tradition.
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 9:30AM-4:00PM & Saturday-Sunday 10:00AM-5:00PM


Detroit Institute of Arts
5300 Woodward Avenue
313.833.7900 •
One of the nation’s top ten fine art museums, the DIA’s 100 galleries offer art of world cultures from ancient to modern times, as well as special exhibitions, family programs, a gift shop and two restaurants. The DIA possesses an encyclopedic collection, with a multi-cultural, multi-national scope that surveys creative endeavors from pre-history through modern times, with works by Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Picasso and Matisse.
On Friday evenings, enjoy art, music, dining, drawing in the galleries and more.
Hours: Tuesday-Thursday 9:00AM-4:00PM, Fridays 9:00 AM-10:00PM & Saturday-Sunday 9:00AM-5:00PM


Ford Piquette Avenue Plant
461 Piquette Avenue
313.872.8759 •
Visiting the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant is a unique experience–it the oldest auto plant open to the public in North America. Walk the worn wood floors and touch the brick walls where Henry Ford and his team of automotive pioneers developed the Model T, the car that led to an automotive and social revolution. Almost unchanged since Henry Ford’s day, the museum is a three-story New England-style mill building. Each floor is divided into sections by the original metal fire doors, complete with shadows of Mr. Ford’s “Positively NO Smoking” stencils. The old plank floors are worn from the 12,000 Model Ts built on them, so wear appropriate shoes for your visit. The building is the first purpose-built Ford Motor Company building and is on the National Register of Historic Places, is a designated National Historic Landmark , and a Michigan State Historic Site.
Open: April-November  Hours: Wednesday-Sunday 10:00AM-4:00PM


Michigan Science Center
5020 John R Street
313.577.8400 •
Michigan Science Center features 110,000 square feet of scientific exploration, including IMAX® Dome Theater, a Planetarium, 250+ hands-on exhibits, lab activities, special exhibits and more.
Winter Hours: Wednesday-Friday 10:00AM-3:00PM, Saturday 10:00AM-5:00PM, Sunday 12:00PM-6:00PM  Summer Hours: Monday-Friday 10:00AM-5:00PM, Saturday 10:00AM-6:00PM, Sunday 12:00PM-6:00PM


MOCAD (Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit)
4454 Woodward
313.832.6622 •
The mission of the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit is to present art at the forefront of contemporary culture. As a non-collecting institution, MOCAD is responsive to the cultural content of our time, fueling crucial dialogue, collaboration, and public engagement.
Hours: Wednesday, Saturday-Sunday 11:00AM-5:00PM & Thursday-Friday 11:00AM-8:00PM


Motown Museum
2648 West Grand Boulevard
313.875.2264 •
Home to an extensive array of Motown artifacts, photographs and other memorabilia. The museums mission is to preserve the legacy of Motown Recording Company.   
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10:00AM-6:00PM, Saturday 10:00AM-8:00PM, Sunday 10:00AM-6:00PM

Midtown Music & Theatres

Cinema Detroit
4126 Third Street
313.482.9028 •
Independent cinema, delivering an eclectic, quirky and quality mix of contemporary, indie, cult, genre, and classic movies in the heart of the city.


Detroit Film Theatre at the Detroit Institute of Arts
5200 Woodward Avenue
313.833.2323 •
Showcasing the best of contemporary and classic world cinema.


IMAX Dome Theatre, Planetarium & Toyota 4D Theatre at the Michigan Science Center
5020 John R
313.577.8400 •
Showing films that entertain educate and inspire


Fisher Theatre
3011 W. Grand Boulevard
313.872.1000 •
Remodeled as a live theatre in 1961 under management of the Nederlander Theatrical Corporation, the Fisher is now adorned with marble, Indian rosewood and walnut paneling, and crystal and bronze decorative work.


Majestic Theatre Complex
4120 Woodward
313.833.9700 •
This complex features two nightclubs, a restaurant, pizza parlor, and bowling alley.


Masonic Temple Theatre
500 Temple Avenue
313.832.2232 •
This theatre hosts large-scale theatrical productions and general concert venues in one of the largest and finest theatrical houses in the country.


Max M. Fisher Music Center – The Detroit Symphony Orchestra
3711 Woodward Avenue
313.576.5111 •
Listen to the incredible sounds of the world class Detroit Symphony Orchestra in the historic and beautifully restored Orchestra Hall. Experience the new 135,000 square foot expansion featuring a 450 seat performance hall.


Wayne State University Bonstelle Theatre
3424 Woodward Avenue
313.577.2960 •
Wayne State University Theatre is one of the nation’s leading educational theatres. This historic theatre was beautifully renovated and produces a series of plays and musical productions.


Wayne State University Hilberry Theatre
4743 Cass Avenue
313.577.2972 •
This is the nation’s only graduate theatre company. Students perform classic and contemporary plays.

Other Detroit Music & Theatres

Bert’s Marketplace
2727 Russell
313.567.2030 •
Bert’s Marketplace has been showcasing the best in local and regional jazz talent since the late 1980s.


City Theatre
2301 Woodward
313.471.3400 •
The intimate City Theatre is located in the heart of Foxtown inside the Hockeytown Cafe building, next to the fabulous Fox Theatre.


Cliff Bell’s
2030 Park Ave.
313.961.2543 •
Cliff Bell’s has joined the ranks of premier jazz venues in Detroit.


Detroit Opera House
1526 Broadway •
This beautifully restored 1922 theater is the home of the Michigan Opera Theater and other performing arts productions.


The Fillmore Detroit
2115 Woodward
313.961.5451 •
This historic theatre features live entertainment venues.


Fox Theatre
2211 Woodward
313.983.6611 •
This historic theatre is beautifully restored and is one of Detroit’s gems. The Fox features musicals, concerts and occasionally movies on its enormous screen.


Gem Theatre
333 Madison Avenue
313.963.9800 •
This recently restored, 450 seat theatre features live comedic and musical productions every Wednesday through Sunday.


Music Hall
350 Madison Ave
313.963.2366 •
Music Hall stands as Detroit’s premier venue for jazz, theater, and dance.

Midtown Galleries

College for Creative Studies Center Galleries
301 Frederick Douglass
313.664.7800 •


Community Arts Gallery (WSU)
150 Community Arts Building
313.577.2423 •


Dell Pryor Galleries
4201 Cass Avenue
313.833.6990 •


Detroit Artists Market
4719 Woodward Avenue
313.832.8540 •


Elaine L. Jacob Gallery (WSU)
480 West Hancock
313.993.7813 •


G.R. N’Namdi Gallery
66 East Forest
313.831.8700 •


The Scarab Club
217 East Farnsworth
313.831.1250 •


Simone DeSousa Gallery
444 West Willis Street, Unit 111 & 112
313.833.9000 •


Comerica Park Home of the Detroit Tigers
2100 Woodward Avenue
313.962.4000 •


Ford Field – Home of the Detroit Lions
2000 Brush Street
313.262.2222 •


Little Caesar’s Arena  Future Home of the Detroit Red Wings & Detroit Pistons
2655 Woodward Avenue

Recreation & Fitness


The Inn on Ferry Street has two Shinola ® bicycles available for guests to use, this is a complimentary offering. See the Front Desk for our a map with our suggested Midtown Route.

MoGo our area bike share program has two locations near the hotel visit for more details.


Bikram Yoga Midtown Detroit

55 West Canfield

313.782.4663 •



Boll Family YMCA

1401 Broadway

313.309.9622 •



Detroit Yoga Lab

69 W Forest Avenue

313.831.9642 •


Fitness Works

6525 2nd Avenue

313.972.4040 •