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Things to do in Michigan
Detroit - enjoy a nature trail walk at Belle Isle Park
Belle Isle Park is the largest park of its kind in the Untied States, and is completely contained on an island, in the Detroit River. The island provides a number of different, outdoor activities including nature trail walks, canoeing and even has a golf course. There are also a number of historic and interesting buildings to visit, one of the most popular and enlighting is the Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory that dates back to 1904.
Detroit - explore the Wayne County Building
Heavily influenced by Italian architecture, the Wayne County Building in Detroit is over 100 years old and for many years was home to the administrative services of Wayne County. It fell into decay when no longer used in the 1970s but was restored in 1987 and acts as an example of the restoration work carried out by Detroit and today is once again the home to the Wayne County Municipality Executive Offices.
Flint - experience a range of activities at the Sloan Museum
Named as one of the best little museums in America, the Sloan Museum is home to a number of different displays including antique cars and a tank destroyer that was built by Flint during World War 2. The museum also offers a series of day camps for the kids throughout the year and runs very popular summer camps, where kids can experience a range of activities as well as learn about the surrounding area from an extensive collection of local photographs, dating back nearly 100 years.
Flint - take a cruise on the Bavarian Belle Riverboat
The fully restored Bavarian Belle Riverboat offers trips up and down the river, around the region of Frankenmuth. This mode of travel allows you to see some of the attractions of the area, whilst being able to relax on board this beautiful, stearn driven paddleboat. Cruises last about an hour and run every day from 11 am to early evening, please note that cruises can be affected by very high or very low water levels.
Grand Rapids - be amazed with the flora and sculptures at the Frederik Meijer Gardens
In addition to offering the residents and visitors to Grand Rapids the opportunity to explore a network of beautifully designed gardens and amazing sculptures the Frederik Meijjer Gardens also plays host to a series of outdoor concerts from May to September, where you can sit on the lush grass terraces or bring your own chair for more comfort. Be sure to check out the tropical conservatory and the display of carnivorous plants inside it.
Grand Rapids - take in a visit to the Gerald Ford Presidential Museum
Following his term in office as President of the United States Gerald R Ford set up his Presidential Library and Museum, that contains over 25 million documents and mementos dating from 1974-77. The collection includes thousands of photographs and videos from the time as well as documentation provided by Betty Ford and other administrators from the area. The library is open weekdays for anyone that wishes to do research on that period of time and is part of the network of Presidential Libraries system set up by the National Archive Office.
Romulus - explore the Romulus Wesleyan Church
The Romulus Wesleyan Church is also known as the White Church by many in the area, due to the paints used in its original construction back in 1854. The church has always been an active part of the community and for many years was a stop off point on the Underground Railways ferrying runaway slaves to the North and Canada. The church is open for viewing at most times but respect should be shown at all times as this is an active place of worship.
Romulus - visit the Samuel Kingsley House
Restored to its original condition including the colour scheme the Samuel R Kingsley House, located in Romulus was once an important stopover for many slaves escaping from their owners in the South. They were transported through an underground railway to the North and freedom. The house still has the 3 original trap doors under which runaway slaves hid whilst waiting for their next destination. It is not known how many slaves were smuggled out via the house and the underground network.
Warren - enjoy variety of outdoor activities at the Warren Dunes State Park
Situated on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan, Warren Dunes State Park is as its name suggests an extensive area of beaches and sand dunes that offer visitors an excellent opportunity to partake in outdoor activities including hiking and swimming. Some of the dunes are impressive in size with the largest, Tower Hill, rising to 240 feet. This is an ideal, fun location to practice sandboarding, which is a growing, popular pastime.
Warren - pay your respects at the Veterans Memorial Park
Warren takes its memory of those that have served in the defence of their country seriously. In 1998 the first stage of its All Veterans Memorial Park with a 5,000 square foot plaza where there are 3 different war memorials located, as well as 16 different memorial benches was completed. Hundreds of bricks that have been dedicated to the fallen are spaced around the park, in walls and act as a lasting reminder to those that had given their lives in service to their country. Come to these gardens to reflect on life.
Introduction of Michigan
The state of Michigan is a popular city in the US and it is famous for its numerous waterways that dominate the city. It is the eighth most populous city in the whole country and its name derives from a word meaning large water or large lake due to its location close to four of the five Great Lakes. There are a whopping total of 64,980 lakes and ponds in the city and hotels in Michigan are often found along the banks and shores of the pretty waterways. Lake Saint Clair is the third most popular lake in the country and attracts many visitors to enjoy boating, swimming and fishing. Hotels in Michigan can also be found in the city areas where visitors can enjoy a variety of shopping experiences from plush boutiques through to high street chain shops found in large malls. Hotels in Michigan are found throughout the city and downtown Michigan is home to some of the more popular places to stay due to their great location close to many restaurants and entertainment facilities.