Cobo Center, Detroit, Michigan, United States of America
Cobo Center is a convention center located in Detroit, named after Albert Cobo, the former mayor of the city. It is now known as the TCF Center and is owned by the Detroit Regional Convention Facility Authority or DRCFA. It annually hosts the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). This is the largest event held in Cobo Center since 1965. The Detroit People Mover has a station in the Cobo Center. Attendees or visitors won’t have to worry about commuting and with the large parking available, there isn’t a problem with parking as well.
Cobo Center is located in downtown Detroit and accessible to many nearby cities. Farmington Hills is a nice 30-minute drive away from the city of Detroit. Unionville is about an hour away and Erlington less than 2 hours away from TCF Center. While in Detroit, it’s also best to explore some of the best-known attractions. The Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts is a great place to watch musicals and dance performances. Cool off and have fun at the Red Oaks Waterpark with its wave-action pool, Triple-flume waterslide, and many more. Lastly, dive into history with a trip to Troy Historic Village and see the lifestyle of the town and more. Many hotels surround the Cobo Center. The Crowne Plaza Detroit Downtown Riverfront is one and is a great choice for visitors bringing their family along as it is a family-friendly hotel. The Detroit Foundation Hotel used to be a Fire Department headquarters of the city but is now a 100-room hotel. Lastly, Atheneum Suite Hotel is another wonderful choice and is also near to many well-known Greek restaurants.