There is plenty to see and do in Motor City. If your budget is of concern, check out these things you can do in Detroit affordably.
Start with a quick trip to Honest John’s for breakfast. This casual restaurant serves a wide range of traditional breakfast favorites, from varied omelets to chicken and waffles, Monte Cristo, pancakes and more. A full breakfast will run you about $12.
After lunch, spend some time learning about Detroit’s role in the Motown movement. Go to the Motown Museum for a guided tour. These tours often sell out, so make sure to get your tickets in advance. Tickets cost about $15 for an adult.
For lunch, take a small turn toward upscale with a reservation at Selden Standard. This restaurant also serves brunch and dinner, so stop in whenever you’re feeling a bit hungry. It serves plates and sandwiches ranging from Korean short rib to lemon chittara. Expect to eat for less than $20 per person.
After lunch, take another tour. This time, explore the industry on which Detroit built its name of Motor City. Visit the Henry Ford Museum. You can get a tour for $24.
Finally, go to Lady of the House for dinner. This menu can get up there in price, but there are plenty of affordable options which will make for a memorable evening in the city. Expect to spend less than $30 on dinner.
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