Information for Out of Town Patients

Thank you for choosing Midwest Fertility! Located in Livonia, Michigan, our Center is centrally located to many area attractions that are fun for the whole family. We are also close to many area freeways, hotels, and restaurants. For links with more information about what's available to do in Metro Detroit and Ohio while you complete the Gender Selection process, please see below:


  • Greenfield Village - Greenfield Village, the outdoor living history museum section of the Henry Ford complex, is the first outdoor museum of its type in the nation. Patrons enter at the gate, passing by the Josephine Ford Memorial Fountain and Benson Ford Research Center. Nearly one hundred historical buildings were moved to the property from their original locations and arranged in a "village" setting. The museum's intent is to show how Americans lived and worked since the founding of the country.
  • Henry Ford Museum - The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation began as Henry Ford's personal collection of historic objects, which he began collecting as far back as 1906. Today, the site is primarily a collection of antique machinery, pop culture items, automobiles, locomotives, aircraft, and other items.
  • Ann Arbor Hands on Children's Museum -  Specializes in interactive exhibits with the goal of helping both children and adults discover the scientist within them by promoting science literacy through experimentation, exploration, and education.
  • Detroit Zoo (in Royal Oak) - The Detroit Zoo is one of Michigan's largest family attractions, hosting more than 1.6 million visitors annually. Situated on 125 acres of naturalistic exhibits, it provides a natural habitat for more than 2,000 animals representing 245 species.
  • The Somerset Collection - A luxury shopping mall located in Troy, Michigan featuring four department stores - Macy's, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, and Saks Fifth Avenue.
  • Downtown Birmingham - Downtown Birmingham is comprised of nearly 300 retailers that offer a diverse assortment of clothing and gift stores, antique shops, and art galleries.
  • Great Lakes Crossing - Great Lakes Crossing Outlets is the market's dominant retail outlet and entertainment destination, attracting customers throughout the Midwest and Canada. With 185 manufacturer's outlets and traditional retail stores, Great Lakes Crossing Outlets is Michigan's only enclosed value-regional mall.
  • Lego Land - Located at Great Lakes Crossing. Specifically designed for families with children 3-10 years old, LEGOLAND Discovery Center Michigan will offer a fun, highly interactive and educational two- to three-hour experience.
  • Sea Life Aquarium - Located at Great Lakes Crossing. SEA LIFE Michigan is a 35,000 square-foot aquarium that will transport you into the amazing underwater world. Visit the highly themed aquarium and come nose-to-nose with sharks, stingrays, jellyfish, seahorses and over 5,000 underwater creatures. Find out how it feels to touch a sea star, hold a crab and pet a sea urchin in the interactive Touchpool Experience.
  • Novi Fountain Walk Shopping Center - Fountain Walk is where shopping, food and fun come together. An outdoor shopping entertainment complex, Twelve Mile Crossing at Fountain Walk offers a unique blend of retail, restaurants and recreation.


  • COSI Hands on Children's Museum - "COSI provides an exciting and informative atmosphere for those of all ages to discover more about our environment, our accomplishments, our heritage, and ourselves. We motivate a desire toward a better understanding of science, industry, health, and history through involvement in exhibits, demonstrations, and a variety of educational activities and experiences. COSI is for the enrichment of the individual and for a more rewarding life on our planet, Earth."
  • Toledo Zoo - Toledo Zoo has over 5,300 animals, that represent over 760 species. Kids can meet their favorite animals, from the meerkats, to gorgeous elephants, from the tall giraffes to the humped camels! This zoo also has an aquarium that's free with admission.
  • Cedar Point Amusement Park - The amusement park reinvented and expanded its water park, formerly Soak City, as Cedar Point Shores in 2017. The 18-acre park boasts four new attractions to appeal to both thrill-seekers and young splish-splashers alike. Among them: Point Plummet, a six-story-tall, four-person body slide that sends guests on a free fall when the floor drops from under them; and Lakeslide Landing, a family slide complex that includes a lounge and sun deck. The theme park, meanwhile, offers it share of thrill rides, including its famed roller coasters. Admission: $45 to $67 for Cedar Point, $40 for Cedar Point Shores; discounts available online and for children, evening or combination tickets; parking: $20.
  • African Safari Wildlife Park - From alpacas to zebras, nearly 500 animals roam this park, where a drive-through safari puts visitors nose to nose with some of the friendliest creatures. Admission also includes a walk-through safari, educational programs and a camel ride for children weighing 100 pounds or less. Admission: $13.95 to $21.95, free for children 3 and younger.

Area Hotels

You may also do a hotel search of our area to obtain other options. Any hotels along I-275 from Six Mile to Eight Mile Road and as far east as Middlebelt Road is a good search area. Other cities close to our location in Livonia are Novi, Farmington, Farmington Hills, Northville, and Plymouth. Please contact us if you need further assistance.