The Great Lakes State offers mile after mile of shoreline to explore, from Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore to travel destinations such as Traverse City and Mackinaw Island. Make a trip to the Upper Peninsula for incredible outdoor experiences or map out a beer tour that hits some of the country’s most famous craft breweries. Head to Detroit for professional baseball, basketball, football and hockey as well as incredible museums such as the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation in neighboring Dearborn.
This James Beard Award-winning destination in Detroit, Michigan, is where Warda Bouguettaya creates savories and sweets reflective of her background and travels.
What started in the 1940s as a seminary is now a luxurious, overnight destination in Plymouth, Michigan, a short drive from Detroit.
One of only four facilities of its kind in the United States, this Muskegon, Michigan, adventure center offers a winter wonderland of outdoor activities.
The lighthouses along Michigan’s northeast shoreline have helped guide more than a century’s worth of sailors. This driving tour follows nearly 78 miles of U.S. Route 23.
Explore the shore near Traverse City, Michigan, for waterfront views and a variety of wines from estate-grown grapes.
This main gallery at this Paradise, Michigan, favorite is filled with ship artifacts and historic photography depicting 13 vessels lost on lakes Superior, Huron and Michigan.
The Upper Peninsula of the Great Lakes State is known for its natural beauty, especially in Garden, Michigan, where history can be explored right on the shore.
From a peaceful Japanese Garden to a playful garden space for kids, enjoy a day in Grand Rapids, Michigan, surrounded by art and nature.
Get into the spirit of Halloween at this 52-room mansion in Detroit, Michigan. Completed in 1894 it now houses an award-winning restaurant.
This Union Pier, Michigan, spot not far from the trendy beach towns along Lake Michigan offers an oasis of forests, gardens and orchards on a curve of the Galien River.