Motown Records changed music as we know it, and since it was established in 1959, some of the greatest songs that we know were created!
The Motown Historical Museum lets parents spend a trip down memory lane, and remember those iconic moments in their lives that happened to Motown songs, and it allows the next generation of family to be introduced to sounds so wonderful.
The Motown Historical Museum is one of the areas most popular attractions, and when you visit you will see why! People come from all around the globe to stand in Studio A, which is where those iconic artists recorded all of that music you love.
The museum will take you through history with an extensive collection of Motown artifacts, memorabilia, and photographs.
Studio A was unlike any other. It was where artists such as the Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, and the Jackson 5 recorded. The Motown Historical Museum is true to the artists, and gives the family an authentic experience.
You can even visit the flat of Berry Gordy - the man responsible for founding the Motown label. He bought the two family flat, and then transformed the first floor into Hitsville USA.
The museum is a great way to introduce children to a new type of music. You never know - maybe they will be inspired to become a singer, or a musician! You might have a little Diana Ross or Stevie Wonder in the family!
A popular and worthwhile experience in Detroit, the Motown Historical Museum will give you that rocking family day out!
$12 - $15
$8 (Under 12 years)
The museum is dedicated to contenting the legacy of such an important part of the music industry, They also want to educate those who visit - especially the youth.
You're not allowed food or drink in the museum, but there are plenty of places to grab food in Detroit!
You're not allowed to take phones or cameras into the museum
The Museum Store has all the Motown merchandise that you will want! Make sure you take some pocket money to grab a few items!
They LOVE having groups, so why not enjoy the group discount! You must have 20 or more in your party
The museum has an elevator, and ramp, as well as accessible restrooms.