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Detroit Downtown on The People Mover Audio Tour

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Pass By: Detroit Downtown, Detroit, MI

The busy Downtown district centers on Woodward Avenue, lined with indie and chain stores. Campus Martius Park brims with food trucks, plus a man-made beach in summer and an ice rink in winter. Comerica Park is home to the Detroit Tigers baseball team, while the ornate Fox Theatre puts on concerts and musicals. Cocktail lounges, dive bars, high-end steakhouses, and low-key lunch spots are scattered throughout.

Pass By: Greektown, Monroe Street, Detroit, MI

Greektown, as the name implies, is the traditional center of Detroit's Greek community. The Greektown historic district is one of the last Victorian-era commercial streetscapes in Detroit.

Pass By: GM Renaissance Center, Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI 48243

Detroiters call this building complex The Ren Cen. It’s the tallest building in Michigan. It's a group of seven interconnected skyscrapers which opened in 1977.

Pass By: TCF Center, 1 Washington Blvd, Detroit, MI 48226-4420

Cobo Center, formerly known as Cobo Hall, is Detroit's biggest convention center, attracting three quarters of a million people a year. It was named after Albert Cobo, who was mayor of Detroit from 1950 to 1957.

Pass By: Joe Louis Arena, 19 Steve Yzerman Drive, Detroit, MI 48826

The Joe Louis Arena is a multi-purpose arena that is slated for demolition. The arena is the former home of the Detroit Red Wings Hockey team who completed their last season here in 2017.

Pass By: Grand Circus Park, Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48226-3473

The Grand Circus Park Station is one of the busiest stops for the People Mover. The park is in a two acre half moon shape that links the city's financial district to the theater district. It was built in 1850 as part of the city’s northward expansion.

Pass By: Cadillac Square, Campus Martius Park, Detroit, MI

Cadillac Center People Mover Station takes its name from Cadillac Square, which is adjacent to it. The stone building with square columns is the Skillman branch of the Detroit Public Library.

Pass By: Bricktown, Detroit, MI

Bricktown separates the Renaissance Center from Greektown. It is home to St. Peter and Paul's Catholic Church, the oldest standing church in Detroit.
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Departure Point
Monroe Street, Monroe St, Detroit, MI, USA
Return Details
Returns to original departure point
  • Lifetime access to Detroit Downtown on The People Mover tour
  • VoiceMap Application
  • Offline access to audio, maps, and geodata
  • Ticket for the Detroit People Mover (75 cents a person)
  • Smartphone and headphones
  • Transportation
  • Food/Drink
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  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
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I loved the people mover. It only cost .75 cents and you can hop on and off as you like. This monorail kind of has stops all in the downtown area. Ride is 14 minutes long and stops near the sports arenas, restaurants, riverwalk, etc. It is about 3,5 miles long and we got on and
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