What to do at Detroit Metro Airport

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Sleep If you need to spend the night in the airport of the two terminals, travelers say McNamara is cozier, and it’s generally quiet except when the Tram rolls through.
Get connectedYou can reach friends and families through the airport’s Wi-Fi for free or you can also update your social media accounts.
Go sightseeingIf you need some fresh air in the airport you can keep your head outside and see what Detroit has to offer, only when the weather is good because spending any more time inside the airport may feel tiresome. You can also connect with the smart buses.
Go shoppingYou can find plenty of airport staples and specialists shops and new international fashion brands. You can enjoy your leisure stroll through the shops in unique options like Michigan sports, the PGA Tour Shop, and EA sports. Your shopping options are only limited to the Duty Free only if you are in the North Terminal.
Hit the spaIf you need the flights pampering, there is availability of the Be Relax Spa in concourse A, There are also services inside the airport which you may need such as treatment are being done in case you feel unwell ,chairs and table massages, mani/Pedi are also  available ,hair styling, and oxygen and aromatherapy treatments.
Check out the light TunnelThere is availability of a light Tunnel which provides light for passengers inside the airport, it also gives you good chances to see pictures from Detroit Airport. It has connections from Concourse A, B and C from the 700-foot Tunnel while putting on a great coordinated light-and-music show and also for perfect selfies. 
Relax in a loungeIf you are flying Delta or a partner airline you can make your payments at the door, for those departing from the North Terminal, they can purchase a pass regardless of their airline or class of service. It’s the easiest way of pre-booking a pass online or using a lounge membership program to gain entry.
Grab a bite to eatIf you need something to eat, there is availability of restaurants, so you can take time if you are in no rush. You can do your selection of more casual options including bars, winery cafes, and to-go eateries.
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