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.
Join us as we explore the tradition of making Native American snowshoes in Shingleton, MI – and what makes Michigan a great place for this winter sport.
Located northeast of Detroit, the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House is an exquisite mansion situated on the shore of Lake St. Clair and where the couple raised their family of four children.
Holland, MI brims with Dutch details. But none are more impressive than the city’s towering windmill, De Zwaan, the only authentic working Dutch mill in the United States.
Housed within a building patterned after Philadelphia’s Independence Hall, the Henry Ford Museum includes the automobile baron’s personal memorabilia.
Detroit may be best known as the Motor City, the birthplace of the automotive industry, but it is also a music-driven city – known as Motown.
Michigan lays claim to more lighthouses than any other state in the country, each year drawing lighthouse lovers to the 120 beacons that once served as vital warning lights and waypoints within the Great Lakes.