From the Airport
Wyandotte is just a short drive from the Detroit Metro Airport. Take Middlebelt road to Northline, and head east on Northline for about 15 minutes.
The easiest way to get from downtown Detroit to downtown Wyandotte is to take I-75 south to Southfield Rd., then take Southfield Rd. east to W. Jefferson. Finally, follow W. Jefferson south until it becomes Biddle and takes you through the heart of Wyandotte.
From the North
Depending on whichever is closest, take I-75 south, I-275 south, or Southfield Freeway (M-39) south. If taking I-75, exit at Southfield Rd. and head east until it terminates at the Detroit river. If taking Southfield Freeway, go until it becomes Southfield Rd. and do the same. When you hit the river, go south on West Jefferson until you are in the heart of downtown Wyandotte.
If I-275 south is closer, take it and exit at Eureka Rd. Go east on Eureka until you hit downtown Wyandotte (about 20 minutes).
From the West
Take I-94 east and exit Middlebelt. Take Middlebelt road south to Northline, and head east on Northline for about 15 minutes.
Take I-75 north and exit Fort St. Turn right on Eureka Rd. and continue until you hit downtown Wyandotte.
Downtown is easily walkable, as it's only a few blocks long. Busses come right down Biddle and stop in downtown. To get anywhere else, you'll probably need a car or a bicycle, although walking is always an option. On the 3rd Friday of each month, you can get free trolley rides around the downtown area.
Wyandotte has a number of excellent and affordable restaurants, but very few chains. This makes the dining experience unique and diverse.
A must on your to do list! Stop by the Victorian Tea Room!
Wyandotte once held the record for the largest number of bars in a city of it's size. There's one on every corner.
There are no hotels or motels in Wyandotte, but there are a few bed-and-breakfasts.
Wyandotte is a great jumping off point for trips to Detroit, Ann Arbor, Windsor, Ontario, or Toledo.