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On the eve of the Thanksgiving holiday, the city of Detroit celebrated another cultural milestone. The Detroit Historical Museum re-opened its doors to the public after a six-month-long renovation.

The re-opening festivities have been unfolding over the last several months and have included the outdoor “Legends Plaza Dedication Ceremony,” a members and employee preview tour, and a Grand Re-Opening Gala. Museum access is free to the public and was open for 60 consecutive hours starting Friday November 23rd. For more details see the DHS page link here.


Read more in the HuffingtonPost

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