Discover things to do around Novi, Detroit and Ann Arbor

When you stay at the Country Inn & Suites near I-275, you can easily explore the area's best malls, casinos and golf courses. Centrally located in Southeast Michigan, our hotel provides the perfect starting point for touring the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor or attending a Tigers game at Detroit's Comerica Park. Looking for family-friendly things to do? Peruse more than 100 galleries at the Detroit Institute of Arts, widely considered to have one of the best art collections in the country, or pack a picnic for a family outing to the Island Lake Recreation Area.
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Comerica Park

21.07 mi / 33.9 km from the hotel
Grab some peanuts and Cracker Jack, cheer on the Detroit Tigers at their home diamond, and ride the Ferris wheel or carousel at halftime.

Detroit Institute of Arts

19.83 mi / 31.91 km from the hotel
Called the "temple of art," this massive museum features more than 100 galleries and nearly 66,000 works—one of the largest collections in the U.S. On Friday evenings, enjoy free performances by local musicians.

Downtown Ann Arbor

19.03 mi / 30.62 km from the hotel
From car shows and art festivals to shopping and dining, you can find it all on Main Street. Treat yourself to a massage at one of the downtown spas, or take the kids to the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum for a day of educational fun.

Ford Field

21.23 mi / 34.16 km from the hotel
Watch the Detroit Lions defend their home turf or attend a blowout rock concert in this large stadium.

Greektown Casino

21.51 mi / 34.62 km from the hotel
Rated "Best of Detroit 2017" by the readers of the Metro Times, Greektown Casino offers nearly 3,000 ways to win. Start small at the penny slots or go big at one of the $100 video poker machines.

Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation

14.29 mi / 22.99 km from the hotel
More than just a world-famous car collection, this museum is a testament to American ingenuity. Climb aboard the bus where Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat, and see the encampment bed where George Washington slept during the Revolutionary War.