- TripBuzz found 280 things to do with kids in or near Dearborn Heights, Michigan, including 276 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ann Arbor, Detroit, Canton and Westland.
- From Ford Lanes to Cherry Hill Lanes, the Dearborn Heights area offers 76 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Recreation Centers, Skate Parks and Parks.
The Valentine Theatre is a 901-seat facility that has been used by over 50 community groups, including the Toledo Symphony and the University of Toledo. The location hosts Broadway and children's performances throughout the year.
The Wildwood Preserve Metropark features estate buildings, a manor house, and a visitor center. The site, which connects to university trails, also features indoor and picnic shelters and a playground.
There are 18 traditional ten pin bowling lanes within the Gerlach's Bowling Center that are open to the general public. The center is open almost every day of the year and can accommodate leagues as well as local tournaments upon request.
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518 W Nepessing St Ste 1, Lapeer, MI 48446 MoreLess Info
Lapeer County Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the heritage of Lapeer County and offers three sites. The society features a Heritage Museum showcasing a historical experience with educational programming, The Historic Courthouse and The Davis Brothers Farm Shop Museum.
Originally opened in 1941, the Pix Theatre still maintains its historic art deco facade and marquee. While it screened movies throughout much of its history, the theater now specializes in live performances in addition to music concerts.
The Pix Arts Counsel is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting theatrical and performing arts in the local community. The council hosts musicals, dramas, and comedic performances in the local PIX Theater.
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110 E Church Street, Adrian, MI 49221 MoreLess Info
With a purpose to discover, collect, and care for artifacts, the Lenawee County Historical Society Museum keeps history alive. Exhibits include an antique quilt exhibit and traveling exhibits such as The Smithsonian's 'The Way We Work.'