Visit the Motown Museum

The Motown Museum is a fabulous, fun look at the musical legacy of Detroit.  Admission is inexpensive-just $10-and the tour is fully guided, so you get lots of fun facts and personalized attention during your visit.   A brief description of the tour: you’ll see a short video, walk the building to see memorabilia, the Jackson 5 clothing ensemble, Michael Jackson’s sequined glove and multiple record labels, tour the Berry Gordy family home, and finish in the recording studio. 

This is a great place to visit with people with memory loss as the subject matter is stored in long-term memory, which is well preserved, even in the later stages of the disease.  Another plus is that the museum is fully handicap accessible, so wheelchairs and walkers are no problem.

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