5 Amazing Family-Friendly Activities in Michigan
There are lots of fun things to do in Michigan. Some are suitable for outdoor enthusiasts while some are perfect for people who just wanted to get a taste of Michigan culture. There are also activities that are tailored made for couples and some that are just perfect for families with little kiddos.
If you and your family are looking forward to visit Michigan and see its amazing attractions, here’s a list that can help your planning and preparation.
Visit a Lighthouse
Michigan has around 150+ lighthouses, the most of any U.S. state. The first lighthouses in Michigan were built between 1818 and 1822. The Michigan lighthouses are rich in history so visiting at least one of them must be on your itinerary. For ideas on which lighthouse to visit, check out this page about the 19 Jaw-dropping Photos of Michigan Lighthouses That You Should See.
Visit a Museum
When it comes to amazing and state-of-the art museums, Michigan is always on the top of the list. There’s the Michigan Science Center for hands-on science activities and fun, the Henry Ford Museum, the Detroit Institute of Arts, Hitsville U.S.A. and a whole lot more!
Visit the Waterfalls
Michigan is the home of the many of the world’s most beautiful waterfalls. Here are the 19 of them that you must visit anytime soon. You will surely love each and every one of them.
Explore Family-Friendly Towns
Towns in Michigan are super friendly and welcoming. Among the most special ones that you and your family must explore are Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo! Ann Arbor is famous for their art and foods culture. Kalamazoo is the home town of the Air Zoo aviation museum (great for kids!). Grand Rapids is rich with family friendly attraction like the Frederik Meijer Gardens, the John Ball Zoo and more.
Visit and Explore Detroit
Your trip in Michigan won’t be complete without stepping in Detroit. Detroit is where the “America’s Greatest History Destination” can be found, right at The Henry Ford complex. This complex or museum highlights not only the achievements and contributions of Henry Ford to the society but also the contributions of ordinary people who built America as a whole. Here you can find Wilbur and Orville Wright’s bicycle shop, Thomas Edison’s laboratory, the Rosa Parks bus and other historical artifacts. And for other things to do in Detroit, check out this webpage about 5 Great Reasons Why Detroit Is an Amazing Place to Call Home.