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The largest Masonic Temple in the world, this ornate building opened in 1926. For decades its 5000-seat, acoustically rich and intimate auditorium served as Detroit's choicest venue for concerts, opera and plays. The impressive building has 1037 rooms, including ten decorative period lodge rooms; a Scottish Rite Cathedral that seats around 1500 people and has rich ceiling carvings and colors, and a huge drill hall with a floating floor laid atop felt cushions. It is truly a Detroit landmark.
The Jack White Theater, located in The Masonic, is a beautiful historic theater. Step through the Masonic Temple gorgeous lobby and you will find this large theater right in the center of the entire complex. With a seating capacity of 1586, it also has beautiful carvings and a gorgeous color scheme. It has four manual organs and a modern stage and is also used for plays, lectures, concerts and more.
Russell Industrial Center is a unique center that includes several building and is known as one of the top artistic venues in the Midwest. The outside still looks like an old manufacturing factory, but inside you'll discover over 100 artists' workshops. From trendy art studios to unique boutiques, you'll find this center houses some of the most creative people in the city. Russell Industrial Center also hosts top events including art shows and exhibitions.
Forget about your parking woes! There is nothing better than watching your favorite flick while curled up in the comfort of your car. Bring along the family or date and have a unique movie experience at this impressive open air cinema. This drive-in has five screens and is open every day. You can watch the latest Hollywood hit as well without even leaving your vehicle. Get ready for some fun!
Located in Dearborn, this academy dedicated to all things glass. Founded by artists Michelle Plucinsky and Chris Nordin, Glass Academy strives to promote and educate on the art of glass blowing. Various programs and courses on this unique art are offered throughout the year, as well as a variety of workshops and events. A one-of-a-kind attraction, find out more about this fragile artwork by paying a visit to the academy.