World-class museums, colorful ethnic festivals, top-notch arts and entertainment, unique culinary flavors, wineries & microbreweries and vibrant downtown scenes. Minutes from nature trails & sandy shores.
Mackinac Historic Parks
Mackinac Island State Park, Fort Mackinac and Historic Mackinac Downtown. Colonial Michilimackinac, Historic Mill Creek Discovery Park & Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse.
Michigan has more lighthouses than any other state and all of them have a unique look and story, making it the perfect place for a summer lighthouse tour.
Big-city excitement and natural splendor. Cultural sophistication and small-town warmth. Fun for families and coolness for couples. Grand Rapids offers the best of all worlds.
Kalamazoo Valley Museum
Located in downtown - a great place for families and friends to explore, learn and just plain have fun. It is a one tank trip from Detroit, Chicago, and Grand Rapids.
Charles H. Wright Museum
Located in Detroit's Cultural Center, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History is the world's largest institution dedicated to the African American experience.
Edsel & Eleanor Ford House
Marvel at the extraordinary home and collection of original antiques and art. Stroll along 87-acres of beautiful lakefront grounds.
With fresh water fish including trout, walleyes, salmon, perch, bass ready to bite, Michigan is home to the best catches a fishing trip can offer.
Grand Rapids Public Museum
A living monument of artifacts, ideas and stories told through exhibitions, events and educational programming designed to inspire & motivate.
In the early 1840s, a copper rush took place and fortune-seekers moved in. The U.S. government built the fort and lighthouse so that essential supplies could be shipped in and the copper moved out.
Native son Kid Rock welcomes everyone to The D! Home of cars, culture, gaming, music and sports. Take a look at how we live, work and play in metro Detroit.
With more than 100 wineries among 15,000 acres of scenic vineyards, Michigan truly is wine country. Paired with fresh, local ingredients found in local cuisine, a Michigan wine tasting trip is something you can't find anywhere else.
Michigan is home to many championship courses featuring incredible views of outdoor scenery and even the Great Lakes. With over 800 public golf courses in the state the options are endless.
The Depot Club & Restaurant
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the meticulously restored train depot immediately transports guests to a bygone era. Located in Harbor Springs.
Detroit Institute of Arts
One of the most significant art collections in the nation with over 60,000 works. From classic to cutting-edge, the DIA will challenge perceptions and enrich perspectives.
Michigan has more than 300,000 acres of Sand Dunes that offer breathtaking views or thrilling experiences.
Cranbrook Art Museum
Dedicated to the preservation, interpretation, and exhibition of contemporary art, design, architecture, and craft. Based in Detroit - an international cultural destination.
Sloan Longway Museums
Located in Flint. Buick Automotive Gallery, Longway Planetarium and Sloan Museum. See history, exhibits, planetarium shows & automobile collections.
Detroit Historical Museum
Dedicated to ensuring that the history of the Detroit region is preserved.
Pedal through lush forests, over gentle hills, and alongside lakes and streams on more than 1,300 miles of bike trails across the state. Michigan has a tour every cyclist can enjoy.
The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, Whitefish Point Light Station, Whitefish Point; and the U.S. Weather Bureau Building, Soo Locks Park. Upper Peninsula.
From small towns to Motown there are endless opportunities to visit inspiring museums, taste culinary delights, enjoy world class theatre and exciting nightlife.
A National Geographic Top Summer Trip. AOL Travel News calls it one of America's Top Ten Beach Towns. TripAdvisor named one of America's Top Ten Wine Towns.
A historic Michigan beach town and home to two celebrated lighthouses that are a must-see for anyone visiting the area - Big Point Sable light, dating back to 1867 and North Breakwater Light, established in 1871.
Home to 26 miles of sugar sand beaches and dunes, 60 miles of wilderness trails for biking or hiking, Michigan's Adventure Amusement and Water Park, great hotels, dining and cultural arts for every taste.