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Detroits Rise Fall and Renewal
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Detroits Rise Fall and Renewal

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Discover the story of Detroit beyond the surface with a tour led by a local guide. Meet your guide at a popular bakery and set out to see top city landmarks including the Detroit Opera House and the GM Renaissance Center. Learn about the history of Detroit through its architecture and complete the experience with a visit to Grand Circus Park and a local brewpub.
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Keenomanjaro wrote a review Jan 2020
Croydon, United Kingdom178 contributions68 helpful votes
We were admiring some of the street art in the alleyway known as 'The Belt' when it was pointed out to us that the two interconnected parking lots either side of us were themselves full of street art, with several different pieces on the end walls of each level of these two, ten-storey structures. We took a lift up to the top floor, where we were first able to admire some good 360 degree views of the city before walking down the ramps, checking out the many different murals as we went. It's a nice idea which brightens up otherwise dreary public spaces and if you're a fan of street art and have a bit of time to kill, it's a novel experience to stroll through the lot checking things out.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Dan P wrote a review Dec 2019
Sterling Heights, Michigan96 contributions14 helpful votes
I have parked many time at the Z, with no problems. Anyway, I could not get a hold of anyone on the phone to check their Christmas parking rates, since most times there is a $10 charge. I figured it would be at least $10 to park on this holiday - WRONG... It turned out to be $25 to park for 3 hours on Christmas - 2 pm to 5 pm. And I passed many empty parking lots to get to this place.I will be more careful parking here, and probably take my business elsewhere if I can
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Date of experience: December 2019
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StockholmKindaGuy wrote a review Oct 2019
Marietta, Georgia7,209 contributions538 helpful votes
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The Z-Lot and it's adjoining alley, know as the Belt is a great place in Detroit to enjoy a wealth of public art, something the city has a lot of. Both the Z-Lot and the Belt Alley contain a wide range of artwork, from artists around the globe. A lot of it is quite edgy,fun and colorful. This is one of those unusual places I enjoy visiting in cities. The Belt Alley also has an outdoor bar called the Skip. The Z-Garage has artwork on all it's floors and you don't have to park there to see it.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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yellowbirdVermont wrote a review Oct 2019
854 contributions307 helpful votes
The view from the top of this parking lot is awesome. You get an amazing view for free. You can see many city sites from here. It is a must see point for great pictures.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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TravelerM20 wrote a review Sep 2019
Big Bend, Wisconsin28 contributions4 helpful votes
This place was amazing. There are two separate structures each with art on each floor (ten floors each if I remember correctly). We drove up one, parked on top, and drove down the other to be able to see everything. It wasn't too busy when we were there so the art was easy to see without cars blocking it. If you look at the sign by the elevators on each floor it tells about the artist. The view from the top was equally amazing. There was actually a wedding party taking photos in the parking garage which was funny, but speaks to how cool the place is. There is a neat alleyway down below with more super interesting artwork, music and lots of outdoor restaurant seating.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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