Wayne is a beautiful city belonging to Wayne County, Michigan, United States of America. The city is located near Detroit and has a population of approximately 18,000 residents. Wayne has an area of exactly 6 square miles and is the home of two plants of Ford Motor Company, an important pillar of the economy of the area. Wayne was settled in the early 19th century and in the beginning it was a hamlet called Derby's Corners. In 1836, its name was changed to Wayne, in honor of Anthony Wayne, a general of the U.S. Army. In 1869, it was incorporated as a village. If you plan to visit Wayne, here are some points of interest we think you should see.
State Wayne Theater is located at 35310 Michigan Avenue, in Wayne. This is the home of various community theater groups that offer representations for tourists and locals of Wayne. Each year, the theater is visited by more than 7,000 people, who come to the city to see the wonderful and original productions played here.
Historical Museum of Wayne is located downtown Wayne. The building of this attraction was built in 1878 and it became a museum shortly thereafter. In 1963, this became specialized in the collection, preservation and presentation of the history of the city. In 1985, the museum was restored with funds gathered from donations.
Scooby's Coney Island is a fast food located in the city center of Wayne. It serves delicious food in a casual and pleasant atmosphere. The portions are large and the prices are very low. Best thing to try in this establishment? Onion rings, always fresh and delicious.