Create Your Own DIY Sightseeing Map in Detroit, USA

Create your own self-guided walk to explore the city, starting from your hotel or a place of your choice. Afterwards the customized walk can be saved to your mobile phone or tablet. Using the GPSmyCity app, you can follow the walk route with ease. View this short introduction video to learn more and use the contact us form to ask questions or report issues. View all attractions on the map.

Step 1: Select Attractions

Select the city attractions to be included in the custom walk by tapping "Select" button under the sight image. Maximum 15 attractions per walk.
[A1] "Spirit of Detroit"
[A2] Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory (must see)
[A3] Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral
[A4] Artists Market
[A5] Automotive Hall of Fame
[A6] Belle Isle Nature Zoo (must see)
[A7] Belle Isle Park (must see)
[A8] Bronx Bar
[A9] Campus Martius Park
[B1] Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History (must see)
[B2] Christopher Columbus Monument
[B3] Cobo Center
[B4] College for Creative Studies (must see)
[B5] Commandant's Quarters of the Dearborn Historical Museum
[B6] Dearborn Historical Museum
[B7] Dell Pryor Gallery
[B8] Detroit Children's Museum
[B9] Detroit Historical Museum (must see)
[C1] Detroit Institute of Arts (must see)
[C2] Detroit Opera House (must see)
[C3] Dossin Great Lakes Museum (must see)
[C4] Eastern Market
[C5] Elaine L. Jacob Gallery
[C6] Fillmore Detroit
[C7] First Congregational Church of Detroit
[C8] Fisher Building (must see)
[C9] Floral Clock
[D1] Ford Piquette Avenue Plant
[D2] Fox Theater (must see)
[D3] G.R. N'Namdi Gallery
[D4] General Thaddeus Kosciuszko
[D5] Gomidas Vartabed Statue
[D6] Grand Circus Park Historic District
[D7] Greektown
[D8] Greenfield Village (must see)
[D9] Hand of God
[E1] Hart Plaza (must see)
[E2] Henry Ford Estate
[E3] Henry Ford Museum (must see)
[E4] Honest John's Bar & Grill
[E5] James Scott Memorial Fountain
[E6] Joe Louis Memorial (must see)
[E7] Jumbo's Bar
[E8] Livingstone Memorial Lighthouse
[E9] MacArthur Bridge
[F1] Mariner's Church
[F2] Mexicantown
[F3] Michigan Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument
[F4] Motor City Brewing Works
[F5] Motor Sports Museum & Hall
[F6] Motown Historical Museum (must see)
[F7] Museum of Contemporary Art (must see)
[F8] Nancy Brown Peace Carillon
[F9] Old Miami
[G1] Orchestra Hall
[G2] Passo di Danza
[G3] Renaissance Center (must see)
[G4] Russell A. Alger Memorial
[G5] Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church
[G6] Saints Peter And Paul Church
[G7] Scarab Club
[G8] St Joseph Roman Catholic Church
[G9] St Paul's Episcopal Cathedral
[H1] St. Albertus Roman Catholic Church
[H2] St. Mary Roman Catholic Church
[H3] Statue of General Alexander Macomb
[H4] Statue of Robert Burns
[H5] Statues of Mayors Hazen S. Pingree and William H. Maybury
[H6] Sweetest Heart of Mary Catholic Church
[H7] Tangent Gallery and the Hastings Street Ballroom
[H8] The Dearborn Inn
[H9] The Guardian Building
[J1] The Whitney
[J2] Third Street Bar
[J3] Trinity Lutheran Church (must see)
[J4] Wsu Anthropology Museum

Step 2: Select Starting Point

The walk's starting point can be either one of the selected attractions or some other personal place of choice, e.g. your hotel or nearby metro station.
Select one*:

Enter Place Name*:
Get GPS Coordinates*: Locate the place on map
Choose a Hotel*:

Step 3: Create/Update Route

The selected attractions are displayed on the map below. The red pins mark must-see attractions, green pins - ordinary attractions. If you selected a hotel or another personal place in Step 2, it is marked by a blue pin.
The walk starting point is your personal place specified in Step 2.
Indicate the tour start point by entering the map pin ID in the field below.
The tour starting point is a hotel specified in Step 2.
Starting Point*: Numeric value only.

Step 4: Save Your Custom Walk

Enter a name for your custom walk, along with your email address, in the fields below. You will receive the instructions for retrieving your custom walk on the GPSmyCity app by email. You can change the sights and re-arrange the walk route using the app.
Walk Name*: