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Michigan Tourist Attractions

Michigan tourist attractions and travel guide to the best, top, most popular tour and vacation sites in the state..

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Michigan Tourist Attractions

 

When visiting Michigan use our searchable travel guide for information about the Henry Ford Museum, Mackinac Island, Detroit Institute of Arts, Comerica Park, Mackinac Bridge, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakes, Hitsville USA, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculptures, Isle Royale National Park, Michigan Tourist Attractions travel guide is the place to look.

Visit and explore treasures in our small towns as well as our largest cities like Detroit, Grand Rapids, Warren, Flint, Sterling Heights, Lansing, Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Westland.

Our searchable travel guide is the perfect travel guide for frequent travelers looking to find that hidden gem or first time visitors plan their trip to michiganMichigan. Our searchable travel guide presents amusement & theme parks, fairs & festivals, gambling, historic building & landmarks, hotels, museums & galleries, outdoor recreation, relaxation & spas, restaurants, sports & events, wineries & breweries, and many other travel resources. Become a travel pro when you use our searchable travel guide to plan your next vacation.

Looking for your personal tourist guide for the Gilmore Car Museum, how about a travel guide for the Motown Museum. Have you ever gone to a new place on vacation and were overwhelmed by the choices. Our Michigan Tourist guide will help you find fun and exciting things to do. Use our travel guide to find attractions and sites to visit near your destination.

Michigan is a beautiful state and has many tourist attractions. Use our guide to find the right attraction for your next trip or vacation. Michigan is quite unique among the states in that it is divided into two distinct geographic sections, the Upper peninsula, and the Lower peninsula. Lake Michigan lies between the two peninsulas. The Upper peninsula is very sparsely populated, more than 90% of the peninsula being forested. The Lower peninsula contains the cities, industry, and agriculture. The Upper and Lower Peninsulas were connected in 1957 with the construction of Big Mac, the Mackinac Bridge.

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