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Start your Valentine’s Day with a happy hour at Cranbrook Art Museum. Print custom love notes, cards, and posters in the Art Lab. Enjoy a drink at our cash bar before exploring the current exhibitions – all will be open until 8pm! Artmaking free with museum admission.Find out more »
Wine curated by Frame’s Resident Wine Director and Sommelier Bryan Lamorena Pre selected menu includes cuts of filet, New York Strip, Bearnaise sauce, martinis, Cabernet and creamed spinach. Roses available for table delivery by request. Tickets sold in pairs with plates built for two. For more information go to https://www.framehazelpark.com/Find out more »
In honor of Valentine’s Day, look at the museum collection through the eyes of some of Cranbrook’s best-loved couples—including George and Ellen Booth, Eliel and Loja Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames. Join the Art Museum and the Center for Collections and research on a guided tour through the vaults and Cranbrook Archives. Learn more about Cranbrook’s past and create your own printed love notes and graphics in the Art Lab! Cranbrook Couples Tour Times: 6:00pm or 7:15pm Tour is $15 and includes museum admission.Find out more »
Valentine’s Day leaving you wondering what to do year after year? How to score a coveted dinner reservation? Or perhaps, where has all the romance gone? Well friends, wayward romantic travelers, and singles ready to mingle with history, we present to you a solution to none of these problems. The Saint Valentine's Day “Detroit is for Lovers” bus tour and progressive dinner! You’ll board our luxury motorcoach accompanied by a glass of champagne for a tour through some of Detroit's most romantic historical moments. You’ll learn all about the weddings, all-night dances, soldiers returning from war, arranged marriages, and final resting places as tokens of affection that make us weak in our knees. You’ll see the home of a department store tycoon where Edsel Ford married Eleanor In a small private ceremony. You’ll feast by candlelight on coney dogs, Vernors floats, and french fries, as you hear the love story of the owners who’ve kept the joint going for four decades. Together with your guides, you will enjoy cocktails and stories of romance gone wrong, sideways, and perfectly right at a special neighborhood bar. Before hearing the stories of the brothels, madams, and girls who monetized Hamtramck love at the […]Find out more »