Changing Exhibitions

Aretha

Aretha: Aretha Franklin (1942 – 2018) NOW OPEN in the Kid Rock Music Lab “Nobody embodies more fully the connection between the African American spiritual, the blues, R&B, rock and roll – the way that hardship and sorrow were transformed into...

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Automotive Showplace

The Automotive Showplace is a rotating exhibit space at the Detroit Historical Museum that features rare and unique vehicles from the Detroit Historical Society’s collection, presented by Warner Norcross & Judd.       NOW OPEN through June 30,...

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Community Gallery: Corktown Workers Row House

The Robert and Mary Ann Bury Community Gallery is a changing exhibition space made available to local historical societies, museums, non-profit organizations and educational institutions, selected for their contributions to the metro Detroit...

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Detroit 67: Perspectives

NOW OPEN in the Booth-Wilkinson Gallery On display through 2019 Winner of the 2018 National Medal from the Institute for Library and Museum Services (ILMS), the 2018 Leadership in History Award  from the American Association for State and Local...

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Detroit Stars & The Negro Leagues

NOW OPEN through September 29, 2019 in Center Stage in the Allesee Gallery of Culture Detroit Stars & The Negro Leagues presents the history of the teams and legendary players who played America’s pastime during the era of segregation, when...

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Invisible No Longer: LGBTQ+ Detroit

NOW OPEN  through September 29, 2019 on the Lower Level Following the police raid on the Stonewall Inn on June 28, 1969 in New York City, the gay rights movement changed forever. In the wake of the Stonewall Riots, activists began adopting more...

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Lindell AC: America's First Sports Bar

NOW OPEN through September 30, 2019 in Wrigley Hall The Lindell AC was Detroit’s original watering hole for athletes, entertainers, hometown heroes, blue and white-collar workers alike. They would share stories with John and Jimmy Butsicaris while...

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WWI: An End to War

NOW OPEN in the Detroit Artists Showcase The year 2018 marks the centenary of the end of World War I, at the time called the “War to End All Wars.” Though the United States intervened late in the war, Detroiters played their part in the...

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