Things to Do in Michigan

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A sandy stretch with picket fencing, wild beach grass, and surprisingly temperate water. Read More

Known for its award-winning wines and spirits, Black Star Farms has a luxurious B&B, farmers’ market, creamery, and stables. Try its Arcturos... Read More

This scenic byway leads to a summit of 735 feet with endless views of the jagged cliffs above Lake Superior. Read More

Not far from Hockeytown Café, this sleek martini bar caters to an entirely different clientele, more akin to SoHo than the heartland. The first... Read More

Like pro-ballpark stadiums in Cleveland and Baltimore, Comerica Park, which opened in 2000, has the thrilling feel of an old stadium, but with all the... Read More

Choose from 52 varieties, including white chocolate almond. Read More

After a $158 million renovation, Detroit’s well-respected institute reopened with updated infrastructure and galleries in late 2007. Among the... Read More

Wildly popular in summer, RiverWalk stretches along the water for 2.5 miles of fountains, walkways, and green space starting at the Cobo Hall convention... Read More

Crossing borders in the days of tightened security can be a hassle, but it’s worth hopping over the Detroit River for a day trip into Canada. The... Read More

Slake your thirst amid more flora at Dominick’s, whose garden is ideal for enjoying any of the 10 local microbrews on tap. Read More

In warmer months, play a round in the scenic woods. Read More

In 1986, to make a statement about poverty and despair—and hopefully to chase off drug dealers—artist Tyree Guyton began painting... Read More

Selling only the best hats crafted in Europe and the U.S. has been the single-minded focus of Henry the Hatter, which has been in Detroit since 1893 and... Read More

Taste the influences of the owners’ Australian and German wine heritages in unique varietal blends. Read More

Packed with sports fans year-round and party types on hot summer nights, this hulking, three-floor bar takes its moniker from the nickname given to... Read More

It’s a time-honored tradition to explore the island by bike. Rent one here. Read More

This gorgeous park near Thunder Bay, Canada, is the largest island in the world’s largest freshwater body, Lake Superior. Though it ranks as the... Read More

The sort of store bibliophiles dream about is housed in an old glove factory in the shadow of historic Corktown. Row after row of books—more than... Read More

Embrace the charms of the cold with a winter raft trip through snowy woods along the Jordan River. Read More

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