- Our list of the best things to do in Southfield, Michigan, features the top 329 nearby activities — including 103 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Southfield, MI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Amusement, Entertainment & Shows, Outdoor Places, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 11 things to do within the city of Southfield, MI , followed by 318 popular activities in nearby cities, including Detroit, Canton, Westland, Dearborn, Sterling Heights, Waterford, Troy, Warren, Ferndale, Royal Oak, Northville, Madison Heights, Livonia, Novi, Auburn Hills, South Lyon, Taylor, Bloomfield Hills, Rochester, Pontiac, Macomb, Roseville, Southgate, Dearborn Heights, Rochester Hills, Shelby Township, Farmington Hills, Marquette, Adrian and Eastpointe
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97% 64 votes
201 W. North Street, Chelsea, MI MoreLess Info
The Jiffy Mix Company is a packaging plant that offers informational walkthrough visits. The guided tours consist of an educational video presentation, refreshments including a product sample and a stop at the gift shop.
50% 2 votes
851 S Main Street, Chelsea, MI 48118 MoreLess Info
Most people know Pierce Park as the site of a large rock that tends to be painted by locals for special occasions. The site also features picnic tables, a children's play structure, and open grassy areas for general play.
79% 38 votes
1101 S Main Street, Chelsea, MI 48118 MoreLess Info
The Chelsea Treehouse is a 9,000 square foot indoor play area with a climbing structure, several slides, swinging bridges, a toddler area and also, the tree house itself. There is a cafe as well as birthday party facilities.
67% 3 votes
1180 S. Main Street, Chelsea, MI MoreLess Info
Chelsea Lanes provides hours of family-friendly entertainment. The bowling alley is open Tuesday through Saturday and features an on-site grill, party packages, Glow Bowl Events and an on-site pro shop.
50% 2 votes
501 Coliseum Drive, Chelsea, MI 48118 MoreLess Info
Home to two ice surfaces, Arctic Coliseum is an 85,000 square foot center that is used for professional and public recreation. The center offers open skating to adults and children, as well as open figure skating and youth hockey leagues.
100% 1 votes
4190 E Court St Ste 200, Burton, MI 48509 MoreLess Info
Centrally located to many dining options, Courtland Center Cinemas is a great place to take in a movie after a meal. The theater shows the latest blockbuster titles and offers 3D screening options and comfortable seating.
- 0 votes
1096 N Center Road, Burton, MI 48509 MoreLess Info
Bullpen Sports is a sports pro shop that features indoor batting cages and pitching tunnels for those seeking a practice facility. Visitors can rent the cages in fifteen minute increments or by the hour.
50% 4 votes
750 S Center Road, Flint, MI 48506 MoreLess Info
B's Bowling Center is a bowling alley and entertainment center that offers open bowling as well as tournament and league bowling. Refreshments of various kinds are available on the premises.
75% 4 votes
G-3282 Miller rd., Flint, MI 48532 MoreLess Info
Equipped with an arcade and billiards tables, AMF Town N Country Lanes features 56 lanes of bowling with shoe rental. It also has a bar area with food available as well as four flat-screen TVs for sports viewing.
67% 3 votes
140 East 2nd Street, Flint, MI 48502 MoreLess Info
The Capitol Theatre is a venue which hosts concerts and shows films. First built in 1928 and designed by John Ebersen, it's interior is said to resemble an Ancient Roman garden.