The Mitten State is home to many odd and fascinating museums. We’ve rounded up seven of our favorite weird Michigan museums.
Mackinac Island has so many new attractions for summer you will want to move it from the “been-there” side of your list back to the “to-do” column.
Get a taste of Michigan-grown eats at one of these food-themed festivals.
Greenfield Village, part of The Henry Ford museum complex in Dearborn, will mark its 90th anniversary on October 21.
John K. King Used & Rare Books fills a four-story former work glove factory with an estimated one million books.
Michigan’s indoor waterparks offer visitors a brief fling with summer, even as winter drags on.
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.
Snowflakes and romance go hand in hand with a good glass of wine, Michigan wineries know.
Bottled in the same section of Detroit since 1907, Faygo is an iconic brand.