We hate to say it but summer is almost over. Use these final weeks to check activities off your list and don’t miss these special attractions that are ending soon.

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Level Up @ Michigan Science Center (Detroit)

Last call, Level Up leaves Mi-Sci on August 20th. Bring your kids to experience video games and robotics in a fun hands-on exhibit that’s included with the price of admission.

Monroe Street Midway (Detroit)

Lace up your skates for one last time at the Midway. It’s the FINAL season for the free family-friendly attraction (Bedrock will be developing the area beginning next year). In addition to roller skating (there is a fee), you can play mini-golf, compete in the sports zone and hang out on the LED playground. The Monroe Street Midway is open Thursdays – Saturdays thru Labor Day.

BRICKLIVE @ Detroit Zoo (Royal Oak)

BRICKLIVE brings more than 70 unique toy brick animal models to the Detroit Zoo – including a 7ft elk and 12ft giraffe. The 3-acre jungle of creativity is designed to inspire curiosity and joy in kids of all ages. The special experience runs May 27th thru September 4th. 

Doc McStuffins @ Impressions Five (Lansing)

The Doc is in town and you’ll want to plan a visit to Impressions 5 to check out the fun hands-on exhibit. Grab a lab coat and stethoscope and get to work at one of the many of the stations. Impressions 5 is open Wednesdays thru Sunday from 9:30am to 4pm and admission is $12 for guests 2 and older.

Cranbrook on The Green (Bloomfield Hills)

Get in a round of mini golf at the Cranbrook Art Museum. The 10-hole course is open from 11am to sunset, Wednesday through Sunday of each week now through September 25. Admission for mini-golf includes addmission into the museum.

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