The Spirit of Detroit is a monument located in the American city of Detroit. It was created by Marshall Fredericks and was unveiled in 1958. The monument includes a bronze statue of a figure holding a gilt sphere emanating rays to symbolise God, the monument is said to resemble spirit in the city. The monument has an etymology which is from Corinthians 3:17. The statue has become a symbol for the city with it even being used in sports teams crests.
The monument is situated near the Hart Plaza. If you are travelling there by car, it is best to park in the ‘Ford Auditoriums’ underground car park. The 006, 009, 092 and 096 buses all stop close by.
Opening Times and Admission
The monument is situated in a public space, it is free to visit at any hour of any day.