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.
The Ford Rouge Factory Tour is Michigan’s only automotive factory tour—and a chance to see the beefy F-150 truck being built before your eyes.
From the vivid cliffs of Sleeping Bear Dunes to the dim scratchings of the Sanilac Petroglyphs, Michigan’s Native American heritage enhances the tourist experience in profound ways.
From hospital to hospitality – explore the remarkable transformation and renaissance of the Village at Grand Traverse Commons.
One of my favorite childhood memories is of piling into the backseat of my grandfather’s big Dodge with my…
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.
A recent renovation at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in Grand Rapids helps immerse visitors in the story of the 38th president, and to illustrate the values that remain hallmarks of Ford and his wife Betty’s long years of public service.
Michigan’s maritime heritage is the fascinating focus of museums that help us to better understand and appreciate the triumph and tragedy of this aspect of the state’s rich history.
2016 marked the centennial of the National Park Service, created by President Woodrow Wilson to preserve America’s wilderness and heritage.