- TripBuzz found 282 things to do with kids in or near Farmington Hills, Michigan, including 280 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ann Arbor, Detroit, Canton and Westland.
- From Holocaust Memorial Center to Heritage Park, the Farmington Hills area offers 78 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Parks, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- Only 33 miles from Ann Arbor and 23 miles from Detroit, Farmington Hills, MI has a convenient and lively location. Ranked the 30th safest city in the country in 2010, Farmington Hills has become a family favorite for raising children. Farmington hosts a variety of events throughout the year including a snowshoe trek, barnyard dance event, and a 'Stroll with Your Sweetheart' event.
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Patrons choose from an array of Indian dishes such as vegetable samosas, chicken curry, shrimp masala, and lamb korma
Providing digital projection on all of its screens, the Phoenix Theaters features first-run Hollywood movies on nine screens with stadium seating and full recliner chairs. Advanced showings of popular upcoming films are featured on Tuesday nights.
A non-profit community organization, the Trinity House Theatre promotes local talent to enrich the entertainment arts in southern Michigan. Patrons can enjoy musical groups, theatrical productions, standup comedy and open stage performances.
Total Sports Complex offers a range of recreational sports including soccer, baseball, lacrosse, softball, roller hockey, volleyball, football and adult kickball. They also provide organized leagues, casual activities and sports programs for all age groups.
The newly renovated Merri-Bowl Lanes offers traditional bowling and more with a focus on family-friendly entertainment. Other activities include moonlight and glow bowling, league play, youth programs, catered parties and bumper lanes for children.
Formed in 1963, the Northville Historical Society works to preserve, celebrate, and raise awareness of local and regional history and culture. The Society manages Mill Race Village, a historic attraction that recreates a 19th century village.