Tourist Attractions in Michigan
Long known as prominent city in the auto industry, Detroit is also home to the Red Wings NHL hockey team. Most of the city's attractions are concentrated in the downtown core.
While in Grand Rapids, once the home of President Gerald Ford, be sure to see the Meyer May House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and the beautiful Frederik Meijer Gardens.
Once the heartland of the automobile industry, Lansing grew from little more than a small sawmill town to the thriving state capital visitors will find today.
The university city of Ann Arbor has a little of everything with museums, galleries, and botanical gardens. The city also has some good shopping and some quality restaurants.