Visiting the dozens of craft wineries in Michigan’s “fruit belt,” as the area is known, is a guaranteed good time.
Ann Arbor boasts big-city charm and loads to do, whether you want to try river paddling, paella or peruse funky shops.
There aren’t many places in the world where you can walk on water. But that’s possible on guided tours of the Alden B. Dow Home & Studio, a marvel of mid-century modern architecture in Midland, near the Thumb in the Great Lakes Bay region.
Touted as “America’s Summer Golf Capital,” northern Michigan is an even better golf destination in autumn as the air turns cooler, crowds thin and rates drop.
One of my favorite childhood memories is of piling into the backseat of my grandfather’s big Dodge with my…
The Polk Penguin Conservation Center is the latest crowd-pleasing addition to a beloved Detroit institution that has long ranked among the city’s top visitor attractions.
Legs Inn, beloved by generations of travelers, is described on its historical marker as “one of Michigan’s most exuberant and unusual landmarks,” and the menu is as surprising and esoteric as the folk art.
SS Edmund Fitzgerald – it has been called “the Titanic of the Great Lakes” and ranks among the most famous shipwrecks in American history.
Detroit’s early auto barons lived in high style. Their lavish mansions, representing the finest in early 20th-century craftsmanship, are paneled in rich woods and furnished with antiques, handcrafted chandeliers and tapestries.