- TripBuzz found 202 things to do with kids in or near Algonquin Park, Ontario, including 202 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Detroit, Westland, Dearborn and Sterling Heights.
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Featuring 40 bowling lanes, Colonial Lanes Bowling Center is suitable for open bowling, league play and private parties. The center offers a sports bar and grill, cosmic bowling, arcade games and a bowling suite that seats 70.
The Argo Park & Canoe Livery is a rental authority offering canoe, kayak, raft, tube, and stand up paddleboard rentals. The livery also offers concessions, river merchandise, and various river themed programs.
The Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum allows adults and children to interact with science. The museum is divided into the concourse, all about me, preschool gallery, legacy gallery, Michigan nature, world around you, Lyons' country store, DTE Energy Foundation Light and Optics, and MediaWorks.
Located in a small, intimate downtown venue, Performance Network Theatre is a professional theater company that presents a variety of dramatic and musical productions. Plays and special events vary by season.
Main Street is a commercial district with several art galleries, sidewalk cafes, beauty shops, and professional offices. The area is usually frequented by a more mature crowd than the area surrounding the University.
State Street is the business district lying adjacent to the main campus of the University of Michigan. Visitors to campus events, as well as students, can find an assortment of businesses including bookstores, gift boutiques, clothing stores, restaurants, and coffee houses.
Being attached to Michigan University, Michigan Stadium is a sports venue which hosts sporting events. First constructed in 1927, the stadium can hold close to 110,000 spectators, and is home to the football team the Wolverine's.
Recognized worldwide for its deep connection with the Underground Railroad and the abolition movement, Uncle Tom's Cabin Historical Site consists of multiple buildings, including the original house of Josiah Henson. Many exhibits and artifacts reflect the Black experience in Canada from that time period.
Since the late 1800s, standard-bred harness racing has been a popular interest in Dresden, and Dresden Raceway continues with the tradition. With new management, they have expanded their facility to include slot machines.