Wyandotte is a beautiful city you can visit if you travel through Wayne County, Michigan, United States of America. Wyandotte is situated near Detroit, along the Detroit River and is an important part of the Downriver communities. The city of Wyandotte is surrounded by Southgate, Lincoln Park, Riverview and Ecorse. Komaki is the sister city of Wyandotte, located in Japan. Wyandotte was settled in 1854, as a village and incorporated as a city on December 12, 1866. In present, the city has a population of about 25,000 residents and an area of 7 square miles, of which 5.3 square miles are land and 1.7 square miles are water. If you reach Wyandotte, here is what you cannot miss.
Top Attractions within Wyandotte
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish, also named Parafia Matki Bozej Szkaplerzneh is a Roman Catholic church built by the Polish immigrants in town and by their descendants. The church was founded in 1899 and dedicated the same year, on December 3, although it was not completed until 1915. The beautiful architecture of the church brings a lot of visitors of Wyandotte in its area, to see the still-standing oldest church built by the Polish in the city.
Wyandotte Boat Club was founded in Wyandotte in 1875 and is an important sports center of the city. The club promotes sport and the idea of a healthy lifestyle in all the area of Detroit. The center offers recreational possibilities and sports programs for both men and women, to teach them the importance of challenges in sport. If you want to stay in shape and maintain an active lifestyle even when traveling, in Wyandotte you can train at this center.
Polonus is a lovely restaurant located in Wyandotte. You can pay it a visit at 1744 Biddle Avenue, in order to try a part of the delicious dishes it offers. The menu is based exclusively on the Polish cuisine. We recommend you to try the Pickle Soup.