Our editorial team explores what’s happening throughout the Mitten State, including the artisanal food movement in northern Michigan, the Grand Hotel’s 130th anniversary season, and a look at Finnish design with Cranbrook Art Museum.
Pewabic Pottery is a simple yet elegant contribution to the Arts and Crafts movement that originated from Detroit— starting with one woman who emerged as an artistic pioneer.
The story of how the Manitou Islands earned their names dates back to a time when the Ottawa and Chippewa tribes inhabited the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, in the “little finger” of Michigan’s Mitten.
Dawn Soltysiak welcomes visitors to her khnemu studio most any time, but there’s no guarantee she’ll be at her…
Join Experience Michigan magazine as we trace Ernest Hemingway’s northern Michigan influences.
Many of Michigan’s theaters and opera houses survived and been restored by dedicated individuals and groups with an appreciation for their value as historic and architectural gems.
Housed within a building patterned after Philadelphia’s Independence Hall, the Henry Ford Museum includes the automobile baron’s personal memorabilia.
There’s a Disney-esque vibe to the popular tourist destination town of Frankenmuth, where hand-carved figurines act out the story of the Pied Piper atop a 50-foot glockenspiel tower.