Corktown Is Popping: Discover what makes Corktown pop on this epic tour chocked full of the best historic landmarks and local haunts. Explore the diverse sites of this Irish enclave, from the awesome modern-era “ruins” of Michigan Central Station to the colorful Victorian homes, and learn why everyone is coming to Corktown these days. Along the way, find out where to go for some of Detroit’s best brews, BBQs, burgers, bagels, and more!
-Explore the city’s best-kept secret: the distinctly Irish flavor of Detroit’s oldest neighborhood
-Drool over Corktown’s best pubs and grubs, including a stop at the oh-so-official Detroit Institute of Bagels
-Grab yourself a bit of the ole Irish luck at the Gaelic League
-Take in ‘ruin chic’ at the abandoned Michigan Central Railroad Station
-Check out the home of the former Tiger Stadium in Ernie Hallwell Park, a true Detroit landmark
Meeting/pick-up point: In front of 2130 Michigan Ave Detroit.
Duration: 2 hours approximately.
Start/opening time: At 1:00pm approximately.
Others: Children under 6 may take the tour free of charge, while children 6 and over pay the same price as adults.