A 3-4 hr. urban tour of abandoned, historical, and unusual Detroit sites by acclaimed and extensive published urban explorer and installation artist Scott Hocking. This man is renowned worldwide as the preeminent expert on a city with extensive architectural and industrial treasures. This is a rare opportunity - not to be missed! Tours limited to (3) groups of (3), so feel free to economize and split the total price. Visit http://icehousedetroit.blogspot.com/ for more info on Scott Hocking and The Detroit Urban Tour options.
You and a guest receive a group Urban tour of the most iconic abandoned building in Detroit, the Michigan Central Depot Train Station, by someone legally allowed to access the site. This reward will also include accommodations at a hotel in Detroit for 2 nights, and one dinner at the amazing Slows BBQ, within a few hundred feet of the tour location. The train station was designed in 1913 by the same architects responsible for Grand Central Station in New York. At the time of construction it was the tallest train station in the world. However, In recent months the city has threatened to tear down this architectural wonder. At present the site is still threatened with demolition, and is completely off limits to the general public. Take advantage of this rare opportunity before this architectural wonder is gone forever. Visit our blog for more info on the Central Depot train station, Slows BBQ, and Detroit history.