Ann Arbor Vacations
About 110,000 people call Ann Arbor in Detroit - Southeast Michigan home.
The city is located some 50 miles (80 kilometers) from the state capital of Michigan, Lansing and about 35 miles (56 kilometers) from Detroit.
Discover the cultural side of Ann Arbor at it’s acclaimed concert venues. Round up some friends and see established and up-and-coming artists strut their stuff at the Hill Auditorium and the Power Center for the Performing Arts.
Among the main local exhibit spaces are the Ann Arbor Hands On Museum and the Cobblestone Farm, two exhibit spaces where you can take the family for a morning of cultural exploration. Of all the collections and museums in the Ann Arbor area these venues are among the most highly talked about.
There’s no reason not to work on your average when travelling in Ann Arbor, home to a number of the most challenging holes in the region. To play golf in a new setting, play a few holes at Lake Forest Golf Club and also Stonebridge Golf Club.
Ann Arbor celebrates its past by preserving a selection of its heritage structures and sites such as Gerald R. Ford Library and also Kempf House. After you’ve visited these, it is also a good idea to tour the other preserved old buildings in Ann Arbor.
To get inspired, go and see the University of Michigan Museum of Art, one of the most remarkable museums in Ann Arbor. Wander the halls or see if a tour guide is available and view the exhibits.
While you are in the Ann Arbor area, grab your camera and explore the local botanical gardens to reconnect with nature and see a diverse collection of plant types. Like many botanical gardens around the world this delightful place is significant in preserving plant diversity.
When the sun is out, explore Buhr Park, where families can enjoy some time outdoors. Families enjoy this peaceful space for its charm and pretty garden beds and trees.
Those interested in biodiversity and natural history, take out a morning to explore the Exhibit Museum of Natural History at the University Of Michigan. It’s a major source of knowledge for the area so make the most of the opportunity to examine samples of plant and animal species that open a window into the past.