Museum - 2011 Winners

Published Aug 23, 2011

Maybe it’s your go-to spot for a rainy day or the place you take guests who are in town. What is your favorite museum?

Winner
2011 Winner

1. Detroit Institute of Arts

Voters Love

"I love the DIA. I am so sad, though, that the expensive new addition feels like a commercial building. It was either the..." 

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5200 Woodward Ave Detroit MI 48202
2011 Runner-Up

2. The Henry Ford

Voters Love

"The Henry Ford is what it is called now, but I have affectionately know it as Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village! It..." 

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20900 Oakwood Blvd Dearborn MI 48124
2011 Finalist

3. Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum

Voters Love

"Took my son there many times as he was growing up and I had at least as much fun as he did. So many great hands on exhibits..." 

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200 E Ann St Ann Arbor MI 48104
2011 Finalist

4. Cranbrook Institute of Science

Voters Love

"What I like about Cranbrook is that it always has something new. I also like that some parts of the museum never change..." 

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39221 Woodward Ave Bloomfield Hills MI 48304
2011 Finalist

5. Detroit Historical Museum

Voters Love

"I have the best childhood memories of going to the historical museum as a kid with both school and the Girl Scouts. I later..." 

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5401 Woodward Ave Detroit MI 48202
Contest Overview
  • 90,305
    Total Votes
  • 41,300
    Voters
  • 140
    Winners

The 2011 Detroit A-List awards are based on more than 90,000 votes from local Detroit-area experts.

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