Detroit’s riverfront is a hot spot for entertainment, recreation and food – especially Hart Plaza, a popular summertime destination that together with Cobo Center will be transformed next June into a total mobility showplace.
While the Cobo Center and Hart Plaza waterfront campus will be abuzz at NAIAS with the latest product and technology innovations, the riverfront will also be a place to catch your breath and take in the best of the Motor City.
So when you’re in town for NAIAS, consider experiencing Detroit’s iconic and energized riverfront – which attracts about 3 million visitors a year.
Step inside one of the riverside restaurants for dining with a view, or grab a quick bite from a food truck and plant yourself on a bench along the river. Think about energizing your morning with a run, walk or bike ride on the Detroit RiverWalk, a 3.5-mile path with breathtaking views of the Detroit River and downtown skyline. Consider taking a riverboat sightseeing tour for a leisurely look at Detroit’s history and its shorelines, or head over to the outdoor adventure center on the east riverfront for a taste of Michigan’s great outdoors in the heart of the city.
Or, simply sit back, look at the river and take it all in.