The Heidelberg Project

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3600 Heidelberg St. (S. of Mack btwn Ellery & Mt Elliott)
Detroit, MI 48207
(313) 974-6894

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  • Walk around the 25 year-old public art project and feel like you've wandered into some sort of bizarre alternate reality -- the kind Tim Burton would've directed.
  • Created in 1968 by artist Tyree Guyton and his grandfather Sam Mackey.
  • An outdoor art environment visited by thousands each year-- a true microcosm of the beauty and trials of Detroit
  • Best to go on a sunny day (fortunately it was sunny today when we went). Check out 'The House that Makes Cents/Sense', and I liked all the vaccumes in the yard. If you have kids and take them, be ca
  • This place is REALLY worth a visit. Very intriguing and thought provoking.
  • A must see in Detroit. A bit out of the way but worth it. We ran into Tyree but didn't recognize him. He was so friendly and thanked us for visiting the project.
  • Rekem has received consistently positive reviews of his work.
  • The art and the artist himself, his creativity and his vision!
  • Tim Burke is a sweet man. Say hi if you get the chance.
  • Urban decay turned into an internationally acclaimed art project. Located on Detroit's eastside,
  • MIND-BLOWING. a must see if you're in Detroit and have any interest in art.
  • heartwarming art that triumphs over adversity
  • The view of all the art.
  • Now more then ever Detroit needs you to save the ART please give this holiday season
  • The most amazing public art I've ever seen.
  • You might see Tyree, so stop to chat with the artist!
  • Talk to them! We got quite the history lesson... Detroit has had is share if problems.
  • Go on a tour with the lovely Jessi K.
  • Great photo ops. Don't forget to stay safe. And watch ur surroundings.
  • Ridiculously cool, open for lots of interpretation

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