People once found adventure by thumbing rides around Michigan; now they find it by riding around Michigan’s Thumb.
Get a taste of Michigan-grown eats at one of these food-themed festivals.
John K. King Used & Rare Books fills a four-story former work glove factory with an estimated one million books.
The League of American Historic Theatres lists more than 70 in Michigan, enough to concoct your own popcorn-powered tour whether you’re in the mood for a classic film, first-run movie or live stage show.
Bottled in the same section of Detroit since 1907, Faygo is an iconic brand.
Michigan is one of the top 10 maple syrup producing states. It is the first harvest of the year and is celebrated with festivals around the state.
At the 45th Parallel, halfway between the equator and the North Pole, Michigan has a sweet spot that is kissed by the waves of the largest lake totally within U.S. borders. It’s a tart spot, too. This spot, in Michigan’s northwest Lower Peninsula, is the world’s Cherry Capital.
Michigan’s Lower Peninsula is shaped like a hand so that it can hold a Coney dog properly. There can be no other explanation. This is the epicenter of the Coney nation.