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5 Things to do With Kids in Metro Detroit This November

November 1, 2021

Little Guide Detroit shares the top 5 things to do with kids in Metro Detroit this November

By Carrie at Little Guide Detroit

Cold weather has arrived and the winter holiday season is right around the corner. Make the most of this special time with your kids and follow along with LittleGuide Detroit to discover events, activities, and classes near you.

  1. Thanksgiving in the D

    Thanksgiving is extra special in Detroit. Warm up on a chilly morning with the annual Turkey Trot, find prime seats on Woodward to watch America’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, and cheer on the Lions as they take on the Chicago Bears at Ford Field.

  2. Celebrate National STEM Day

    Inspire your littles to love science and plan a special trip to a museum or activity center for National STEM Day on Nov. 8. Try the Michigan Science Center, the Ann Arbor Hands On Museum, or the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation.

  3. See the Fairies on Belle Isle

    The fairies are back on Belle Isle! Go on a fairy door scavenger hunt around the Belle Isle Aquarium + the Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory. And while you’re on Belle Isle be sure to explore these other kid-friendly destinations.

  1. Spread Holiday Cheer

    Tickets to some of the most popular holiday events in the metro Detroit area are already on sale & will sell out. From Starry Lights at Ford House to Wild Lights at the Detroit Zoo, spread some holiday cheer and visit one of these amazing local holiday events.

  2. Get Some Fresh Air + Exercise

    November 17 is National Take a Hike Day! Strap on your hiking boots and visit one of these local trails that are perfect for kids. And because a hike doesn’t have to be long – check out the best nature trails for little legs.

For even more things to do with your kids, check out Little Guide Detroit.

1 Comment

  • Sari Cicurel
    November 2, 2021 at 9:35 PM

    Robot Garage in both Birmingham and Rochester Hills are right in the Oakland County backyard to encourage STEM!

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