Tour of Beauty

Detroit had yet to become “The Motor City” when Indian Village’s first homes began construction in 1895.
One of the homes on the 35th Annual Indian Village Home & Garden Tour. Photograph by Glen Calvin Moon

Detroit had yet to become “The Motor City” when Indian Village’s first homes began construction in 1895. In those days, Detroiters in horse-drawn carriages marveled at the neighborhood’s majestic homes in much the same way we do today — minus the horses, of course. This year, the village celebrates its architectural pedigree with its 35th Annual Home & Garden Tour. The second oldest in Michigan, the tour — held June 7 — is one of the summer’s many local home-and-garden tours and a great way to get an inside look at some of the city’s most notable addresses.

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