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Explore Detroit-area arts, sports and expos

Find plenty of things to do within a short distance of Radisson Hotel Detroit-Farmington Hills, including outstanding shopping at Twelve Oaks Mall. We are located less than half a mile from the Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus, and downtown Detroit is situated about half an hour from our hotel. Take in a football, baseball or hockey game at one of the city’s many sports arenas, or golf at Glen Oaks Golf Course and Shenandoah Country Club, both within six miles. Impressive exhibits await at The Henry Ford, and numerous theaters offer opera, rock and Broadway performances all year long. If you’re a gaming enthusiast, press your luck at area casinos like MotorCity, Greektown and the MGM Grand Detroit.

Arts and culture:
  • Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus (0.3 miles)
    A center for Jewish culture, this museum has educated and challenged audiences with a sobering look at the Holocaust for more than 25 years.
    Phone: +1 (248) 553-2400
  • Detroit Institute of Arts (20.3 miles)
    Explore more than 100 galleries, attend a recital or a show, or browse the library at this art museum that dates back to 1885.
    Phone: +1 (313) 833-7900
  • Michigan Science Center (20.4 miles)
    This educational center makes science an engaging experience with interactive exhibits, IMAX® shows and live presentations.
    Phone: +1 (313) 577-8400
  • The Henry Ford (20.6 miles)
    This museum of innovation spans 250 acres and 300 years. Its mission is to encourage entrepreneurs and all Americans to “dream big.”
    Phone: +1 (313) 982-6001

Convention and expo centers:

  • Suburban Collection Showplace (8.5 miles)
    Featuring an exhibit floor of 214,000 square feet, conference rooms and a banquet facility, this exposition center hosts numerous events and shows during the year.
    Phone: +1 (248) 348-5600
  • Cobo Center (22.3 miles)
    Attend a concert, an exhibit or a cultural event at one of the nation’s largest convention centers.
    Phone: +1 (313) 877-8777


  • Twelve Mile Crossing at Fountain Walk (6.7 miles)
    Located across from Twelve Oaks Mall, this open-air lifestyle center offers plenty of shopping and dining, plus a trampoline park, a movie theater and an escape room.
    Phone: +1 (248) 348-8762
  • Twelve Oaks Mall (6.7 miles)
    The leading mall in metro Detroit, Twelve Oaks Mall features nearly 200 retailers, including favorites like Banana Republic, H&M and Campus Den.
    Phone: +1 (248) 348-9400

Sports and recreation:

  • Detroit Zoo (12.1 miles)
    This 125-acre zoo features naturalistic habitats for some of the more than 2,000 animals that call it home. Explore exhibits like the Australian Outback Adventure, the Great Apes of Harambee and the Holden Reptile Conservation Center.
    Phone: +1 (248) 541-5717
  • USA Hockey Arena (15.4 miles)
    This multipurpose arena hosts all things skating and hockey-related. Check the schedule for movie screenings at the site’s drive-in theater every summer.
    Phone: +1 (734) 453-4455
  • Little Caesars Arena (21 miles)
    Opened in September 2017, Little Caesars Arena is home to the Detroit Red Wings and the Detroit Pistons. The arena also hosts concerts and numerous college and professional sporting events. 
    Phone: +1 (313) 471-7000
  • Comerica Park (22 miles)
    Grab some peanuts and Cracker Jack, cheer on the Detroit Tigers at their home diamond, and ride the Ferris wheel or carousel at halftime.
    Phone: +1 (313) 962-4000
  • Ford Field (22.7 miles)
    Watch the Detroit Lions defend their home turf or attend a blowout rock concert in this large stadium.
    Phone: +1 (877) 212-8898


  • Meadow Brook Theatre (22.4 miles)
    “Michigan’s answer to Broadway,” this professional regional theater is situated on the campus of Oakland University.
    Phone: +1 (248) 377-3300
  • Michigan Opera Theatre (22.4 miles)
    Attend concerts, ballets and operas in this historical venue designed by native architect C. Howard Crane.
    Phone: +1 (313) 237-7464