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Journey to South Detroit with DXF

When was the last time you visited Windsor? Not since your 21st? Join us on our journey over the border this Sunday! On this tour, you’ll see major developments as well as unique shops, one-of-a-kind restaurants, and some of Windsor’s great historical sites. At DXF, we’re always coming up with new and exciting ways to experience Detroit and we have two other brand new tours to do just that!

July 11, 10am – 12pm, $20 for adults $15 for kids.

You hear a lot about the many opportunities for grown ups to have a good time downtown, but even more fun can be had by children. This tour will take you on a visual scavenger hunt through downtown Detroit where children will have to find beautiful plants and animals in the art and architecture showcased on the tour.

Photo Courtesy: Max Ortiz, Detroit News

Photo Courtesy: Max Ortiz, Detroit News

July 12, 1pm – 4pm, $15.

Looking to explore South of Detroit?  Windsor, Ontario is your Gateway to Canada — a culinary destination with a wicked nightlife and legendary music and arts scene. Encompassing 120 square kilometers or 46 square miles, Windsor is home to over 208,000 people. Its residents are predominantly English speaking, but Windsor is truly a multicultural city, playing host to people from all over the world.

July 14 from 5:30pm – 7:00pm, $15.

Join us on our Tasting Tour as we visit some of the wonderful and unique small businesses in downtown Detroit. Sample products, meet the owners, see major developments and historical spots while we walk between shops downtown. Stops include: Bon Bon Bon, GO! Smoothies, Slices, Woodhouse, and Blumz.

To see our full list of tours and experiences, and to register for them,

Jeanette Pierce
Jeanette Pierce is Executive Director at Detroit Experience Factory, an organization that helps locals and newcomers get connected to the city. A life-long Detroiter who grew up in the Morningside neighborhood, Jeanette founded Inside Detroit, a nonprofit that used tours and experiences to educate locals and visitors about Detroit’s history, culture and community. It later merged with D:hive to expand offerings and other resources related to real estate, jobs, important city data, retail options, small business and more. Jeanette was honored by Crain’s Detroit Business as one of the Top Twenty in their 20’s in 2007, was awarded the Shining Light Future Leader Award from the Detroit Free Press in 2010, and the Detroit Young Professionals Vanguard Award in 2011. Follow her @JeanettePierce.