The Detroit Metropolitan area is rich in culture, including the arts, music and sports. For example:
- The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA): The DIA is the fifth largest fine art museum in the country and is located three blocks from the offices of the fellows.
- Greenfield Village / The Henry Ford: Greenfield Village is the largest open air museum in the country devoted to discovery and invention
- Cranbrook Institute of Science: An internationally renowned center for art, education and science, located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
- Detroit Science Center: devoted to discovering the wonders of science and technology and the home of Michigan’s only IMAX Dome theatre
- The Opera House: Home of the Michigan Opera Theatre and host of a wide range of concerts and performances
- Detroit Symphony Orchestra / Orchestra Hall: A leader in the world of classical music, embracing and inspiring individuals, families and communities through unsurpassed musical experiences.
- The Fox Theatre, Fisher Theatre and Masonic Temple Theatre: three of the prominent venues for national and local tours of plays, musicals and concert events.
- Other popular events: Annual Detroit International Jazz Festival in September, Annual Detroit Electronic Music Festival in May/June, Annual North American International Auto Show in June
Detroit is renown for its legendary sports teams and the beautiful venues in which they play.
- Comerica Park (Detroit Tigers), Ford Field (Detroit Lions), and Little Caesars Arena (Detroit Red Wings and Pistons): In addition to hosting the local sports teams, these arenas are also the venue for many concert tours, special engagements, etc.