Michigan is home to two sculpture parks created by two talented welders named Tom, both self-taught artists.
In 1871 when architect Elijah E. Myers was designing Michigan’s capitol building, the concept of a state modeling its seat after the United States Capitol was novel.
Meijer Gardens ranks among the 100 most-visited museums in the world, with more than 700,000 annual visitors.
There aren’t many places in the world where you can walk on water. But that’s possible on guided tours of the Alden B. Dow Home & Studio, a marvel of mid-century modern architecture in Midland, near the Thumb in the Great Lakes Bay region.
Parades, beer fests and bake-offs – what more could you want? November is a great time to visit Michigan and check out these festivals.
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.