Explore the Area

Local Attractions and things to do

Promoting environmental enjoyment, stewardship and sustainability through education, research and interaction with the natural world.

The Story of the Yankee Air Museum begins in 1941 when Willow Run Airport was built by the Ford Motor Company to serve as an airfield for their B-24 Bomber Plant. This was the first aircraft manufacturing complex to use Ford’s automotive mass production technique, a leading technological innovation of the time.

The Gerald R. Ford Library collects, preserves, and makes accessible to the public a rich body of archival materials on U.S. domestic issues, foreign relations, and political affairs during the Cold War era, focusing on the Ford administration .

Explore local produce and flowers at the farmers market. Visit the historic Kerrytown District for one-of-a-kind shops and eateries.

Find inspiration for your visit on the open road – from scenic routes to rugged trails. From the sand covered to the well-traveled. They lead us to the beauty of nature and the beauty of simple pleasures. The open road is alive and well, and waiting to take us to Pure Michigan.

The Henry Ford (also known as the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation and Greenfield Village) is a large indoor and outdoor history museum complex and a National Historic Landmark in the Detroit suburb of Dearborn, Michigan, United States.

The Charles Baird Carillon, located inside Burton Tower, is the third heaviest in the world, contains 53 bells cast in 1936 by the John Taylor & Co. Bellfoundry in Loughborough, England. The largest bell, which strikes the hour, weighs 12 tons, and the smallest bell, 4 1/2 octaves higher, weighs 15 pounds.

The Michigan Theater Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to bring diverse people together to enhance understanding and build community, advance cinema and performing arts vitality, and protect our historic buildings. The foundation was established to save the Michigan Theater from the wrecking ball in 1979, when developers threatened to convert the theater into a food court.
This list shows Performance venues, galleries, museums, natural areas, libraries, and publics arts (cultural and iconic statues/architecture on campus) across all campuses in Ann Arbor.

November 6 - 8, 2019

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