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This urban pathway winds it's way through residential neighborhoods, the Eastern Market and the Riverfront area. Below street level and almost a mile and a half long, the Dequindre Cut Greenway is known for its urban graffiti artwork and unique sights along the way. The pathway is paved spanning 20 feet across with separate areas for both bikers and pedestrians. Entrance ramps down to the pathway can be found Gratiot Avenue, Woodbridge Street and Lafayette Street. Benches, stretches of grass and even street performers can be found along the way.
Learn how to defy gravity at the Detroit Flyhouse. This unique venue attracts people who want to learn traditional circus skills as well as those who want to participate in their take on the ancient practice of yoga. People can choose from a variety of classes, with many opting for the Partner class, a unique experience that mixes elements of yoga with aerial acrobatics for a high flying adventure. You can also join workshops that focus on circus talents like juggling, stilt walking, trapeze performances and more. The teachers are highly-trained, the environment is welcoming of all ages and abilities, and everyone is in good spirits at the one-of-a-kind Detroit Flyhouse.
For a unique art experience, check out The Heidelberg Project (HP). Started as a way to introduce art to a rundown, underprivileged neighborhood, it is now a growing movement to beautify and add art to local low-income communities. On Heidelberg Street you will find a stretch of painted houses and yards that each take on a different artistic theme. A lot of the homes recycle trash and turn it into art installations. The best way to experience The Heidelberg Project is to park and simply walk the street yourself.