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Places to Visit in Michigan

Michigan is undoubtedly one of the most popular vacation spots. Detroit Zoo, Detroit Historical Museum, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, and the Arab American National Museum are some of the most famous places.

Location Map of Places to visit in Michigan




Michigan has one of the most spectacular and serene coastlines in the United States. Seaside recreation areas, historical landmarks, miles of shopping,
scenic state and national parks and forests, and a number of islands in the state attract many visitors from across the world. Some of the major attractions of the state are:

Isle Royale National Park: Located in Michigan, Isle Royale National Park is a US National Park. The park comprises Isle Royale (the largest island in Lake Superior) and four hundred smaller islands. The park was established on April 3, 1940; it was made an International Biosphere Reserve in 1980.

Silver Beach: It is a favorite holiday destination located in St. Joseph at the mouth of

he St. Joseph River. The beach hosts many special events that are a part of the Venetian Festival held annually in St. Joseph. The place offers immense opportunities for swimming, beach volleyball, snorkeling, kite-flying and sunset strolls.

State Parks Algonac State Park, Coldwater Lake State Park, Maybury State Park, Mitchell State Park, Silver Lake State Park, Palms Book State Park,
Beaches Silver Beach, Oval Beach, Grand have Beach, Pere Marquette Beach, Duck Lake Channel Beach
Museums American Museum of Magic, Automotive Hall of Fame, Cannery Boathouse Museum, Cliffs Shaft Mine Museum, Detroit Historical Museum
Historical Landmarks Curwood Castle, Fayette Historic Townsite, Fort Mackinac, Holocaust Memorial Center, Laurium Manor Inn, Meadow Brook Hall
Other Places Henry Ford, Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit Zoo, Detroit Historical Museum, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History,Ludington

Detroit Historical Museum: Established in 1928, the Detroit Historical Museum is one of the oldest and largest museums in United States. The Museum houses more than six hundred artifacts in the heart of the Cultural Center district of Detroit.

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore: Located on Lake Michigan near Traverse City in Northern Michigan, the Sleeping Bear Dunes is a United States National Lakeshore and one of the most beautiful places in America. The area consists of miles of sand dunes on the shoreline of Lake Michigan and the islands of North Manitou and South Manitou.

Detroit Zoo: Desert Zoo, formally, the Detroit Zoological Park, is a non-profit organization located in Royal Oak, Michigan, USA. There are 270 species and 6,800 animals in the zoo. It is a great place for the entire family adventure. The place offers fun-filled activities, games and events like Bunnyville, the Wild Summer Nights Concert Series, Fall Festival and Zoo Boo.


Last Updated on: May 26, 2017