Detroit Tours

2015 Bumpers & Brew Tours – Jan. 17 & 24

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Explore Detroit’s rich auto and brew history and enjoy a lunch and beer sampling stop. Two of Detroit’s top tour companies – Show Me Detroit Tours and Motor City Brew Tours – join forces once again for the 3rd annual version of this popular tour.

The 3.5 hour tours will look at the story of Detroit – then and now – from Detroit’s earliest automotive history to some of the city’s most exciting new projects. Tours start at the Atwater Brewery at 10 a.m. and conclude at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, January 17 and again on Saturday, January 24, 2015.

NOTE: Tours begin and conclude at the Atwater Brewery in Downtown Detroit (237 Jos. Campau, south of Jefferson Ave.)

The $49.99 tour ticket price includes expert historical commentary, guided bus transportation, and beer sampling and light lunch at Grosse Pointe’s Atwater on the Park. Tickets must be purchased in advance online.  Tour guests must be 21 years of age.  Advance Reservations Required.

Bumpers & Brew Tours
To purchase tour tickets visit:
For more information call 248.850.2563 or 313.444-2120


22 Photos That Show Why Detroiters Love Their City

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1. Detroit is magical.

2. It’s a place where abandoned buildings and possessions can be transformed into gold.

3. It’s a place of so many damn dreams.

4. And Detroiters have the strength to make them reality.

5. It seems everyday a new business proudly states it’s “Made in Detroit.”

6. Like this company [Branded By Detroit] that produced these D-town neighborhood signs out of wood from old Detroit houses.

7. Eastern Market and local restaurants have made the city a foodie heaven.

8. So many organizations and individuals have dedicated themselves to improving the health and welfare of the city.

9. And the city has grown as a result.

10. Detroiters have a great sense of humor.

11. And our sports stars are very down-to-earth.

12. The city also has very serious local pride.

13. The Detroit Institute of Arts is probably the most underrated museum in the United States.

14. The People Mover might be kind of useless, but it sure is pretty.

15. The Light Tunnel makes transferring between terminals at Detroit Airport like swimming in an ocean of sound.

16. The riverside fountains make everyone a kid again in summer.

17. But winter in Detroit ain’t all that bad either.

18. Is there any place more beautiful than Woodward Avenue during Christmas?

19. If things get a little too cold, there’s always the warmth of a show downtown.

20. Buildings like The Detroit Masonic Temple are beautiful, but they can also turn up.

21. It’s true that Detroit has faced struggles, but the city is unbelievably resilient.

22. Because Detroit is a city that will never give up. 

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