Comfort Inn Near Greenfield Village
20061 Michigan Ave.
Dearborn, MI 48124
Phone: (313) 436-9600
Fax: (313) 436-8345
Dearborn boasts of The Henry Ford IMAX Theatre to watch your latest flicks and have a memorable time. With much appreciation for their clear picture and six channel sound quality, the cinema features both 2D and 3D films. Known to be one of the largest screens in Michigan, this place is a sure must visit! Be sure to be on time here as late seating is not entertained. For show timings, bookings and more information, visit the website or call ahead.
A short drive west of Detroit brings you to the neighboring city of Dearborn, wherein lies this branch of the famed AMC chain. Besides the stream of first-run movies shown on the 21 screens, Star Fairlane 21 is also popular for its competent game room and party hall. Amenities include listening devices, a vantage stadium seating arrangement, facilities for those with special needs, free parking, online booking systems and on-site ATM machines. Once you have hit the website and got your tickets in hand, head over to the refreshment stand for some lip-smacking munchies—popcorn, candy and spicy nachos are the rage. The next stop will be your comfortable seat in front of the big screen—but naturally!
The Adray Auditorium is one of the promising venues when it comes to performing arts such as theater, dramas and more. Located in the premises of the prestigious Henry Ford Community College where theater is highly promoted, the auditorium has a Proscenium stage with comfortable seating. With state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, make up rooms and availability of other theatrical equipments such as Scene Machines and Special Effects Projectors, the Adray is an ideal place for entertainment events.
The Dearborn Ford Community and Performing Arts Center is a blend of all that you could possibly imagine in a community center. The Padzieski Art Gallery is a showcase of local art and culture and holds regular exhibitions for budding local talent. The Center has a Michael A. Guido Theater, a 1201 seat auditorium with all the latest in light and sound technology. It is the perfect location for community arts programs. Besides these, there's also a sports center, a climbing wall, and a swimming pool! If all these activities leave your tummy rumbling, grab a bite at the Au Bon Pain Center Court Cafe. Fees and hours vary depending on which facility you wish to patronize.
The Michael A. Guido Theater in Dearborn hosts a wide variety of performing arts events throughout the year. The 1200-seat theater features all the most modern technology and can also be rented out for private events. Visit their website for a complete schedule of events.
Located in Dearborn, this academy dedicated to all things glass is just a few miles from Detroit off of Highway 12. Founded by artists Michelle Plucinsky and Chris Nordin, the 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 medium by paying a visit to the academy.
Melvindale Civic Arena is an ice arena that can also be used to host soccer games.
Thunderbowl has been recognized as the second largest bowling arena in the country. With 54 lanes for entertainment, this bowling alley would surely be fun to visit. You could even plan private or corporate events at the venue with a maximum of five people per lane. Be sure to have a great time. To know more, check the website.
If you’re looking to commemorate a special occasion in Allen Park, then the Municipal Auditorium is a great alternative. Operated by the city’s Parks & Recreation Department, this venue is equipped with modern facilities that are ideal for functions of any scale. From concerts, graduation celebrations, receptions and cultural events.
Frank J. Lada Civic Arena houses Allen Park’s Parks & Recreation Department. This community center plays host to an array of local and city functions, and can be rented out private parties. On the program of leisure activities and cultural events hosted here are concerts, performing arts and club meetings.
Watch your favorite films at rock-bottom rates! MJR Allen Park Cinema, part of MJR Theaters, has five screens to choose from. A string of first-run movies hit the joint, to be viewed by enthusiastic movie fans. Check the website or call for more information on movie schedules, ticket prices and other details.
Taylor Town Center has a plethora of interesting events all through the year. It is home to the biggest reptile show in Michigan. The reptile show happens every Saturday of every month. It is also the preferred venue for other events like professional wrestling, cage fighting and so on. Not only that the flea market is open every Wednesday through Sunday.