Michigan Central Depot in Detroit to feature Halloween Lights drive-thru event

Jasmin Barmore
The Detroit News

Michigan Central Depot is hosting a Halloween light show.

The historic former train station will host Michigan Central Halloween Lights! from 5-9 p.m. Oct. 30-31. Visitors can cruise by on Vernor Highway from the safety of their vehicles, according to a Facebook post.

Michigan Central Depot lights up for the Detroit Homecoming Ceremony at  in Detroit, Michigan on September 13, 2017.

The post describes "glowing ghosts and spooky goblins" on display for the light show.

Michigan Central Depot is undergoing a $350 million makeover by Ford Motor Co., which bought the vacant, 18-story structure in 2018, to turn the former eyesore into the automaker's Corktown campus by 2022. 

The depot frequently features themes related to holidays or other events such as the Detroit Homecoming event and the Ford Winter Festival.