Tours

Labor / Automotive History Tour highlights, 2 or 4 hour route:

Buick City, Factory One, Factory Two, Kettering University, Chevy Commons, Plant 38, Sit-down Strikers Memorial, GM Truck Assembly, GM Administration Building, and “Back to the Bricks”. Photo courtesy of roadtrippers.com Book Now


Uniquely Flint Tour highlights, 2 or 4 hour route:

New Farmers Market, Old Farmers Market, Knoblock’s Hardware, Buick City, Berston Fieldhouse, Max Brandon Park, Mott Park Neighborhood, Kettering University, Glenwood Cemetery, Powers High School, Woodcroft Estates neighborhood, Totem Bookstore, Sit-down Strikers Memorial, the Machine Shop, the Golden Leaf, and the Torch.


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Community and Economic Development Tour highlights, 2 or 4 hour route:

Swayze Court apartments, Habitat Live/work houses, Shelter of Flint, Atwood
Stadium, Edible Flint demonstration garden, Neighborhood Engagement Hub / Community Toolshed, Dewey Pavilion, Berston Fieldhouse, Oak Business Center, University Avenue Corridor, Buick City, Flint River Trail, University of Michigan-Flint, New Farmers Market, the Durant, the Ferris Wheel, and the Capitol Theatre.


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Flint Parks and Trails Tour highlights, 2 or 4 hour route:

Flint Cultural Center, Applewood, Mott Community College, Kearsley Park, Flint Armory / Dayton Park, Flint River Trail, Max Brandon Park, Chevy Commons, and Genesee Valley Trail. Book Now


This tour can easily be made kid friendly!



Flint Murals Tour, 2 or 4 hour route

Check out the MLive article here as the tip of the iceberg of public art in Flint.


The city is full of professional murals, street art, and sculptures… coffee table book coming soon!


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Bike Bar Crawl highlights, 2 or 4 hour route:

Soggy Bottom, Churchills, 501 Bar, Tenacity Brewing, White Horse Tavern, The Wooden Keg, The Pachyderm, Golden Leaf, Rube’s, The Torch, Market Tap, and Blackstones. Subject to group request. Book Now