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For a daytrip or a weekend getaway, both major metropolitan areas and secluded beachside resorts are located just a few hours from Ann Arbor. The Motor City is a half-hour drive away, and Windsor, Ontario, an hour away. Ann Arbor is two hours from the rollercoasters of Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, and a relaxing four-hour train ride from the sandy beaches of Lake Michigan or downtown Chicago.
Ann ArborFor those in search of a relaxing day trip without having to drive too far, there are a variety of activities within Ann Arbor and the surrounding communities.Markets and MillsMichigan is renowned for its many farm markets and cider mills. Pick-your-own farms and cider mills offer you sun-ripened juicy apples as well as pumpkins, peaches, cider, donuts, haunted barns, and hayrides.Domino's Petting FarmDomino's Petting Farm features hayrides, over 100 animals, and an endangered livestock breeding program.Fall Color ToursIf you're looking for fabulous rich fall colors, there are fall color tour routes: some following major state highways, others meandering along secondary roads. Along the route, you'll find orchards and country markets, cider mills and wineries, and even a few haunted houses.Wine TrailsThe vineyards of Michigan are nestled in the most scenic areas of the state. Plan a weekend or a day trip touring these lovely sites and discover southeast Michigan wineries.
MichiganMichigan is filled with man-made and cultural offerings that include zoos, museums, and lighthouses. Its 3,200 miles of shoreline, 11,000 inland lakes, dozens of ski resorts, and four national parks also make Michigan a haven for outdoor enthusiasts.Birch RunBirch Run Prime OutletsFrankenmuthDetroitDetroit has had a profound impact on the world, from the invention of the automobile to the Motown sound. The city has something for everyone.Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History Detroit Institute of ArtsDetroit Historical MuseumMichigan Science CenterDetroit ZooHenry Ford Museum & Greenfield VillageMichigan Opera Theater/Detroit Opera HouseGrand RapidsGrand Rapids, the second largest city in Michigan, provides a wide variety of get-away options.Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and MuseumPublic Museum of Grand Rapids
HollandHolland is home to the world famous Tulip Time festival each May, when more than six million tulips burst into bloom as the town celebrates its Dutch heritage.Traverse CityTraverse City is an ideal weekend getaway for outdoor recreation in any season, and the area hosts a number of festivals.SaugatuckSaugatuck is nestled on the shores of Lake Michigan and the Kalamazoo River. Saugatuck's Oval Beach has been ranked as one of the top five beaches in the country by MTV.
[Top]OhioClevelandGreat Lakes Science CenterRock and Roll Hall of Fame and MuseumSanduskyCedar Point Amusement ParkToledoToledo Museum of ArtToledo Zoo
[Top]IndianaIndiana Dunes National LakeshoreIllinoisChicagoChicago is a quick hour flight from Metro Airport or a four-hour Amtrak train ride from Ann Arbor.
Oak ParkFrank Lloyd Wright Home and StudioRockfordAnderson Gardens Japanese GardensSpringfieldLincoln Home National Historic SiteUticaStarved Rock State Park
CanadaTorontoKnown as a major cosmopolitan hub, Toronto is Canada's largest city. From the bustle of Toronto Harbour to fine dining, theater, and even the Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto's attractions and excellent mass transit system, make it an ideal tourist destination.
CN TowerOntario Science CentreRoyal Botanical GardensWindsorWindsor is just a short trip from downtown Detroit by the Ambassador Bridge (the longest international suspension bridge in the world) or the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel. Less than an hour drive from Ann Arbor, this city is filled with international cuisine, cultural and historical landmarks, enchanting gardens, and lively nightlife.Art Gallery of Windsor
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