The Henry Ford is not merely a really, really big museum. It is a 250-acre history and activities complex. This year, The Henry Ford celebrates its 90th anniversary.
Explore these six college town museums, located throughout Michigan, for a fascinating look at Michigan’s history and art.
Throughout the state, there’s a festive event for all tastes and interests, from fall harvests to films.
The Port of Ludington Maritime Museum explains the region’s marine history with three floors of interactive exhibits.
More than a million cars are expected for the Detroit area’s Aug. 17 Woodward Dream Cruise, the world’s largest automotive event.
Michigan has hot dogs in paradise, and it has hot dogs in hell. In fact, you’ll find ’dogs all over Michigan during National Hot Dog Month in July.
Tall Ships, pirates and families will descend on Bay City July 18-21 for the Tall Ship Celebration.
Michigan zoos have the interactive experiences for every type of family fun.
With charm, fish boils and a mysterious lavender labyrinth, Cherry Point Farm & Market in Shelby is far more than just a place to pick up a quart of cherries.