Michigan Travel Guide
Walk the school’s central campus to admire the mid-1800s architecture.
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 Detroit during the Red Wings recent glory days. It’s located across the street from Comerica Park, home of the Tigers.
Sail Grand Traverse Bay on the schooner Manitou, one of the Great Lakes’ largest sailing vessels.
Carriages amble through historic streets with stops at the island’s centerpiece: the massive 19th-century Grand Hotel.
Check out Western Michigan’s massive sand dunes.
Lakenenland is a roadside sculpture park that makes use of industrial scrap in the form of whimsical, large-scale monuments. Tom Lakenen, a 45-year-old welder who purchased the 37 1/2-acre tract, created a path for cars, and has since installed some 65 works.
Stand in the studio where countless hits for the famous Motown label were recorded. This modest brick home—bought in 1959 by Berry Gordy Jr. and christened Hitsville USA—was transformed into a museum in 1985 by Gordy’s sister Esther.
Korean-born Dominic Pangborn was the owner of a well-known Detroit graphic design firm before he expanded his bold geometric patterns into the fashion world.
Slake your thirst amid more flora at Dominick’s, whose garden is ideal for enjoying any of the 10 local microbrews on tap.
The 41-year-old Mustang Lounge, a local watering hole, just reopened after a complete renovation.
In warmer months, play a round in the scenic woods.