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Self-Guided driving tour through the French Roots of Detroit!

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Costing $10 per self-guided tour, Tour Takers can start, stop, pause, and re-take the tour as many times as they would like for 30 days. Tour Creators earn revenue for their creativity and knowledge each time a tour is sold.
Experience the French Roots of Detroit with Preservation Detroit’s Self-Guided Walking Tour! Discover the downtown sites that recall the French influence of the early 18th century. Perfect for exploring at your own time and pace… and for avoiding crowded in-person tours, too 😉 Just need the free Built Story app to enjoy. App provides all of Preservation Detroit’s content, and driving directions to each stop. $10 tour; once purchased, Tour Takers can start, pause, stop and re-take the tours as many times as they wish for 30 days. Available in Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Enjoy!

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