At the Gilmore Car Museum, a 90-acre campus halfway between Chicago and the Motor City, historic barns and authentic recreations of old car dealerships house 400 vintage cars.
The best way to re-experience childhood is through a child’s eyes. These Michigan children’s museums offer plenty of ways to do that.
Trenary Toast, packed by hand in hand-stamped brown paper bags, is as hard as a U.P. winter. It keeps forever (well, up to a year) and comes in cinnamon, cardamom, vanilla, plain and chocolate chip varieties.
Plan now to get off your couch, get outside and get some Instagram-worthy moments by frozen turkey bowling, bumpjumping, schussing and outhouse sprinting this winter.
The Henry Ford is not merely a really, really big museum. It is a 250-acre history and activities complex. This year, The Henry Ford celebrates its 90th anniversary.
To learn about apples, you would be wise to start in Michigan, the nation’s number-three apple-growing state.
More than a million cars are expected for the Detroit area’s Aug. 17 Woodward Dream Cruise, the world’s largest automotive event.
Michigan has hot dogs in paradise, and it has hot dogs in hell. In fact, you’ll find ’dogs all over Michigan during National Hot Dog Month in July.
Mackinac Island has so many new attractions for summer you will want to move it from the “been-there” side of your list back to the “to-do” column.