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Detroit Walking Tour Including Rides on the People Mover
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Detroit Walking Tour Including Rides on the People Mover

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Gain an understanding of the 'real' Detroit during this 2-hour walking tour of the city. Ride the 'People Mover' (Detroit's elevated train) to Lafayette Coney Island, among the sculptures of Civic Center, and through Greektown. This small group tour is limited to 12 people or fewer to ensure personalized attention from your guide. Train fare and snacks included.
$29.00 per adult
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Stacy K wrote a review Feb 2020
Unionville, Michigan25 contributions12 helpful votes
We were there for a volleyball tournament and it's quite large and well kept. The People Mover will drop you off right in the building. Bathrooms are abundant and clean. My only complaint is the price of concessions. $3.50 per bottle of water at an event where teen athletes will need plenty of water... Very outrageous. I get it, the vendors are there to make money, but I think a venue hosting an event like this could help keep those prices reasonable. We brought our own water and snacks as much as possible. If it wasn't such a rip-off you'd probably sell much more and make more.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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DCsunseeker wrote a review Dec 2019
Washington, DC172 contributions83 helpful votes
Attended a two-day event at this well-designed facility clearly capable of handling all sizes of activities. The conference I attended suffered from excess noise, bitter cold and a long walk to the designated restrooms. The conference was in the middle of a large hall with curtains draped to fit the size of the crowd. Oddly, the huge doors for cargo to enter the exhibit hall were open for much of the conference, making it really cold, and tractors and vehicles were constantly driving in the hall, with their noise often louder than the speakers. I could see one of the event organizer rushing through the curtains to stop the noise but it kept happening.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Response from tcfcenter, Digital Media Specialist at TCF Center
Responded Feb 25, 2020
Hello Mr. DCsunseeker, we truly apologize for your experience and the cold that you all had to endure. We are taking your feedback very seriously and are looking into the logistics to ensure this won't happen again. If you'd like to provide more specifics regarding your visit feel free to contact social@tcfcenterdetroit.com and we will be happy to follow up with you. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.
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detroitdrugrep wrote a review Nov 2019
Clinton Township, Michigan56 contributions24 helpful votes
As a volunteer, I spend a good amount of time here helping out of towers with suggestions and directions. Too bad that the food court is not always open
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from tcfcenter, Digital Media Specialist at TCF Center
Responded Feb 25, 2020
Thank you for volunteering your time Detroitdrugrep, we apologize for the varying hours of the food court, the hours are determined based on clients' needs/requests. Thank you for your feedback it is appreciated!
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Jam Tart Travels wrote a review Oct 2019
Northville, Michigan373 contributions13 helpful votes
The Convention Center is pretty big and easily accessible. There is parking available on the roof, you drive up a spiral and pay at the booths at the top before entering the lot. There are elevators down to the main floor of the Center. There are a couple of coffee stands on the main floor outside the exhibition space and a food court down at one end. The space was plenty big enough for today’s event with restrooms available inside the exhibition halls as well as out in the main concourse. The halls were flat, without stairs and the signage was very clear. Great space.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from tcfcenter, Digital Media Specialist at TCF Center
Responded Feb 25, 2020
Hello Hartgayle, Thank you for your detailed feedback on your visit. We're so glad you enjoyed the amenities and look forward to seeing you again soon!
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claudini52 wrote a review Oct 2019
Montreal, Canada6 contributions
our time there was busy and occupied getting a good snack and coffee. Clean atmosphere and spacious food court.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Responded Feb 25, 2020
Hello Claudini52, thank you for your feedback. While your time was busy we hope you got to enjoy the moments you had. Look forward to seeing you again soon!
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