Let’s Go Free March Guide to Family Fun in Southeast Michigan

Enjoy some seasonal fun with our free Let's Go March guide, showcasing family attractions and venues for metro Detroit and Ann Arbor families to safely explore.

Spring is on its way and the need to flee the house is real. Pick from a list of places with delicious pies for Pi Day and find the best spots to explore safely with your family this spring!

Remember Metro Parent’s annual Fun Guide? We’ve revamped it for our COVID-19 era. Instead of a printed magazine, it’s now a handy downloadable freebie guide, updated each month. Our goal is to keep you posted on all the latest developments on family attractions so you can have fun, safely, in southeast Michigan.

Granted, most major events are canceled. Gradually, however, venues are opening their doors and welcoming mask-wearing explorers of all ages. Make some memories at local parks, museums, gardens, the zoo and more. Plus, discover places to get a savory (or sweet) pie for Pi Day, fresh art exhibits and more.

Of course, your family’s safety is top priority at all destinations in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor. Be sure to check ahead to see if any rules have changed. Keep a safe social distance of six feet between you and others. And please be sure to wear a mask when required to keep yourself — and others — well.



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