- TripBuzz found 236 things to do with kids in or near Pontiac, Michigan, including 232 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Westland, Dearborn, Detroit and Waterford.
- From Planet Rock Climbing Gym to The Realm of Darkness, the Pontiac area offers 80 different types of family activities, including: Rock Climbing, History Museums, Sports Stadiums (Amateur) and Haunted Tours.
- Located between Flint and Detroit, Pontiac is historically a car manufacturing town. The city is also a short drive from Oakland University, Great Lakes Crossing Outlets and the Palace of Auburn Hills (home of the Detroit Pistons). Other attractions in the community include the Oakland County Historical Pioneer Society and Planet Rock Climbing Gym.
The Palace of Auburn Hills is an entertainment and sports venue that serves as the home of the NBA's Detroit Pistons. This facility also offers several concession stands as well as a special music theater.
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39221 Woodward Ave., Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303 MoreLess Info
Fun with learning on various topics like natural history, extinct and existing animals, science. Cranbrook Institute of Science also demonstrates on geological exhibits and have a planetarium. Exhibits are well refreshed over time.
Spanning 17,000-sqft, the Zero Gravity Skate Park is an indoor facility that features a 10-ft start box with rail and ledge boxes as well as 4 and 5-ft fly boxes. The park also has more than 13 ledges and rails.
Spanning through urban, suburban, and rural areas, the Clinton River Trails are a 16-mile stretch of nature trails open to the public. Walkers, joggers, bikers, and other outdoor enthusiasts commonly enjoy exercising and spending time on the trails.
An illustrious legacy, the Cranbrook House was the brain child of Ellen and George Booth. The building of Cranbrook was started in 1907 and was done by 1908. Today, you can get a tour of the magnificent Cranbrook House and its well-maintained gardens.
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400 Lone Pine Road, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304 MoreLess Info
St Dunstan's Theatre Guild of Cranbrook produces theatre for the community. Their indoor theatre, the Pavilion, was originally built as an open air shelter and today is a working theatre and home to a premiere amateur theatre in southeast Michigan.
Firefighters Park spans 96 acres and offers a mix of wooded and open areas. Sporting areas include soccer fields, a baseball diamond, a disc golf course, and sand volleyball courts. A play structure and picnic shelter are also available.
Suitable for leagues, parties and casual bowlers, Classic Lanes features 32 lanes of bowling with shoe rental. It offers bowling with fog and various lights including disco and laser as well as food and drinks.