Detroit Institute of Arts

Detroit Institute of Arts    

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The Detroit Institute of Arts, located in Midtown Detroit, Michigan, has one of the largest and most significant art collections in the United States.

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Mar 31, 2024
Made a trip here recently with family and friends and was very happy with our visit. Easy to get to from the western burbs. $7 to park was a fair price to pay as the lot was across the street from th… Full review by KevinGault
Nov 25, 2023
Our visit to the Detroit Institute, Sunday, October 1, 2023, was most rewarding and fascinating. GREAT MURALS BY DIEGO RIVERA. One of the most recognized Mexican Muralists, Diego Rivera, fills the f… Full review by Timcito
Nov 24, 2023
Phenomenal - icing on cake was the highlights tour Mark Habel was an impressive dozen. Having visited a few times, he took it to the next level for us. Great overview. Would suggest timing with the … Full review by nishakim
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Facts

Established:1885
Architectural style:Beaux-Arts

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Are wheelchairs available for use at the DIA?
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I’m pretty sure they are, but check with the museum.
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Answer by Ann Z · Jan 9, 2023
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Ticket prices on Saturday?
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MUSEUM ADMISSION Residents of Wayne, Oakland & Macomb counties*FreeAdults$14.00Seniors$9.00College Students (w/ valid school ID)$8.00Youth (6 …
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MUSEUM ADMISSION Residents of Wayne, Oakland & Macomb counties*FreeAdults$14.00Seniors$9.00College Students (w/ valid school ID)$8.00Youth (6-17)$6.00Children (5 and under)FreeMembersFreeMuseum Parking Lot$7.00
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How would I get to the Museum from the Marriott Courtyard Downtown using the Q-Line.? Where would i get on and …
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How would I get to the Museum from the Marriott Courtyard Downtown using the Q-Line.? Where would i get on and where would I get off the Qline? It looks like it should be a walk able distance from one of the Qline stations to the Museum. Thanks
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The QLine stop is at the corner of Farnsworth and Woodward. Just a few steps away from the Museum's 2 entrances: either on Farnsworth (no steps) or Woodward (front entrance with …
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The QLine stop is at the corner of Farnsworth and Woodward. Just a few steps away from the Museum's 2 entrances: either on Farnsworth (no steps) or Woodward (front entrance with steps) You can find the QLine map online.
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we just saw a movie where Detroit looked like a 3rd world country. Is this area in Detroit or in suburbs? Should I …
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we just saw a movie where Detroit looked like a 3rd world country. Is this area in Detroit or in suburbs? Should I hotel it in Ann Arbor?
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It’s true that large parts of Detroit were abandoned at one point, but an amazing renaissance is underway now, as buildings everywhere are being renovated and repurposed. There is …
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It’s true that large parts of Detroit were abandoned at one point, but an amazing renaissance is underway now, as buildings everywhere are being renovated and repurposed. There is no reason to avoid the city. You will be impressed by its vitality, restaurants everywhere, and new businesses opening.
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Are you closed on the 4th of July ?
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I do not know, but if the website does not answer this, I am sure a call to the museum would provide the answer.
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