DETROIT (WXYZ) - The Motown Museum is offering free tours of the museum on Wednesday, April 25 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The tours are part of the first annual Esther Gordy Edwards Community Day. Edwards was Berry Gordy's sister and the founder of the Motown Museum. She died in 2011.
Esther Gordy Edwards Community Day is being held in honor of her birthday.
“This is a perfect opportunity for people who have yet to experience the museum to come and live it again,” said Allen Rawls, Museum Board Treasurer and interim CEO.
The Motown Museum is located on West Grand Blvd. in the New Center area. You can get more information by calling the museum at (313) 875-2264 or on the Motown Museum's Facebook page or Twitter account .
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