Auburn Hills Information

Auburn Hills wishes to achieve its vision through strong business relationships, excellent neighborhoods and a vibrant downtown. They are proud to be the high technology, corporate-capital City of Oakland County. The City continually strives to provide an outstanding level of services to the residents of the community while being fiscally conservative in terms of maintaining and improving the physical assets of the community.

Some of the top choices for visitors around the city include:

Detroit Pistons
2 Championship Drive, Auburn Hills, MI 48326
+1 248 377 0100
The crowd for Pistons games is upscale and polite; the team hasn't been competitive since the early 1990s. Yet demand for tickets is strong. Expect to spend at least USD 100 per couple to attend a game and eat from the wide array of arena food available.

Palace of Auburn Hills
2 Championship Dr, Auburn Hills, MI 48326
+1 248 377 0100
The Palace of Auburn Hills is a huge modern arena rising starkly up out of the suburban fields north of Detroit. It opened in 1988 as the new home of the "Detroit Pistons. It now hosts four other sports teams. It is also a top venue for large-audience concerts, stage shows and other events.

Walter P. Chrysler Museum
1 Chrysler Dr, Auburn Hills, MI 48326
+1 248 944 0001 / +1 888 456 1924
Plan a visit to the Walter P. Chrysler Museum where automotive history is learned and explored. Take an hour, or spend the day to experience the history of Chrysler vehicles, learn from interactive kiosk stations, or enjoy educational films in our movie theater.