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Detroit Historical Museum, Allesee Gallery
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A chronological history of Detroit, including artifacts and video, is displayed around the circumference of the Allesee Gallery at the Detroit Historical Museum. For instance, when the picture opens, and if you move downward, you'll see an original seat from the spectacular Fox Theater and a machine gun used during the Prohibition Era. Further to the right, seats from old Briggs/Tiger Stadium can be seen. The Museum recently reopened after an extensive renovation.

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