Will you be participating in sports travel in the upcoming season? Are you looking for ways to turn travel for tournaments into an overall adventure? If so, you may want to consider visiting special attractions in the cities you visit. If you will be traveling to Southeast Michigan for an upcoming competition, you will definitely want to check out these Fun Things To Do When Traveling To Southeast Michigan For a Sports Tournament.

Fun things to do when traveling to southeast michigan

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Detroit Zoo

8450 W 10 Mile Rd, Royal Oak, MI 48067

Lions, and tigers, and bears, OH MY! The Detroit Zoo has a wide variety of exhibits that the children absolutely love. When visiting Southeast Michigan, the Detroit Zoo should definitely be on your bucket list.


Sea Life Michigan Aquarium

4316 Baldwin Rd, Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Aquariums are a really fun, and educational, attraction for children of all ages. From interactive touchpools to shipwreck exhibits, the Sea Life Michigan Aquarium definitely does not disappoint.


Legoland Discovery Center

4240 Baldwin Rd, Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Legoland Discovery Center is designed specifically for ages 3 to 10, but lego-lovers of all ages would have a blast here.


Greenfield Village

20900 Oakwood Blvd, at The Henry Ford, Dearborn, MI 48124-4088

What better place to learn about American traditions, and the development of our society, than at good ol’ Greenfield Village. This is a blast to the pass that the entire family can enjoy through hands-on fun, museums, and other goodies.

Diamond Jack’s River Tour

2701 Van Alstyne St, Bishop Park Tour Dock, Wyandotte, MI 48192-5284

If you want to just chill out, and do a bit of sightseeing around some of Detroit’s most iconic landmarks, you should definitely consider a Diamond Jack’s River Tour.

The TreeRunner Adventure Park

6600 West Maple Road, West Bloomfield Twp., MI 48322

If you are into zip lines and obstacle courses, The Adventure Park is the place to be. With 13 zip lines, 5 levels of difficulty, 10 trails, and 130 challenges, you are sure to have tons of fun (and a pretty good workout).


But wait! There’s more…..

You can check out Hotels 4 Teams’ Detroit Travel Guide for more ideas on places to visit during your visit to Southeast Michigan.


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