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Want a chance to see Cade Cunningham, Saddiq Bey, Jermai Grant and the Detroit Pistons? Well, here’s your chances. From now through March, you will be able to redeem two tickets to a Detroit Pistons game when you visit the Detroit Historical Museum or the Charles H. Wright Museum. Going to the museum doesn’t have to be a boring history lesson. In fact, the Detroit Historical Museum brings fun, innovative and interactive ways to learn about Detroit’s history for all ages. Learn more about the people and places you are familiar with and discover things you did not know about Detroit’s identity (music, car, sports etc.) from the streets of Old Detroit. While attending the Detroit Historical Museum, you will learn more about the places and people you already know and discover new ones.

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Across the street from Woodward is the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. There, visitors will experience and learn about the journey of being black in America beginning with 1600s all the to the present. You will learn about the struggles of enslavement to the Civil Rights Movements and present day activism. In addition to learning about Africans in America, King Tutankhamun’s exhibit provides a rare glimpse into life in ancient Egypt for Africans.

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The Detroit Historical Museum is open from Thursday-Sunday and admission is $10 for adults and $6 for children. The Charles H. Wright Museum is open on Tuesdays and runs thru Sundays and admission is $25 for adults and $19 for kids. Detroit make this a family thing, learn about your history, and go enjoy those new look Detroit Pistons.