Detroit Historical Museum Offers Unique Venue for Weddings and Receptions

images[4]A unique treasure exists in Detroit’s Cultural Center on Woodward Avenue.  This gem is known to many but deserves everyone’s attention. The Detroit Historical Museum is home to the Streets of Old Detroit, America’s Motor City and many other exhibit. We were delighted to find this venue and enjoyed playing for Elizabeth’s wedding reception on the Streets of Old Detroit. This exhibit allows guests to step into Detroit’s past and experience the city’s dramatic transformation from rural frontier town to industrial giant in three time periods: the 1840s, 1870s and 1900s.   This is a unique venue that is sure to entertain and inspire your party guests.

During the two hours, we played all styles of music for the guests. Our Mo-Town selections were a big hit considering our location. As was the Italian opera arias, musicals and classic rock. Forte Belanger of Troy catered the event and it all looked and smelled wonderful! The Pastry Palace in Wixom made the wedding cake and did a fabulous job with the Detroit themed cake.

With several private spaces and the option to setup throughout the entire museum, the Detroit Historical Museum is an outstanding location for parties of up to 2,000 guests!

Detroit Historical Museum

Forte Belanger

The Pastry Palace


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  1. Bride here! 🙂 Thank you so much for being a key part of our wedding reception – our guests were constantly relating compliments to me about how great you all sounded and how you contributed so well to creating the perfect atmosphere. And you were so easy to work with as well! Thank you a million times again. 🙂 We hope to work with you in the future on other events!

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