The Detroit Institute of Art Renovation

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The Detroit Institute of Art (DIA) underwent a major renovation from 1999 to 2007. It was the first time the building had went under and structural changes since the 1960’s. The project added an additional 31,000 sq. ft. and cost over 150 million dollars. The DIA currently has over 100 galleries in over 650,000 sq. ft. of space. It’s collections are considered one of the most diverse multinational and multicultural, and it is ranked within the top 6 in the United States. The DIA is known as one of Detroit’s biggest attractions today, and continues to draw in thousands of visitors each year.

Check out the Museum’s website below:

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