Don’t leave Detroit without first visiting the Guardian Building , a popular attraction amongst countless locals and visitors. To many, it's known as Detroit's Cathedral of Finance. Why? From the outside and inside, the building resembles a cathedral. The inside has many unique themes to it, such as Aztec designs and columns made of Travertine marble that originated from Italy.
To truly appreciate the history of Detroit''s auto industry, visit the Ford Rouge Factory Tour. Put yourself at the center of sheer manufacturing might. Beyond the awe-inspiring sweep, scale and action f the real-life factory floor where the new military grade aluminum-allow body Ford F-150 is made, get set for some eye-opening encounters with the technology of tomorrow - today.
Did you know Detroit is the only city in the U.S.. where you can look south to Canada? And the best way to see Canada, while also taking in some of Detroit's best sites, is the Ambassador Bridge. The bridge is definitely a sight you have to check off yourASAE Annual Meeting and Exposition bucket list.