Top Ann Arbor Attractions


topten-2Ann Arbor has been described as a city with a small-town feel and where every corner plays a new song every day. With the hot summer months on the way, here are some top attractions you won’t want to miss.

University of Michigan
It’s one of the largest public institutions in the United States and very highly regarded in both academics and athletics.  Visit the central campus and see the stately buildings and beautiful landscape. The Kelsey Museum (archaeology) and Museum of Natural History provide impressive collections and all are within a short walking distance of each other.

Michigan Stadium
Commonly known as The Big House, Michigan Stadium is the largest American football stadium in the world. Built in 1927, it has an official capacity of 107,501.

University of Michigan Museum of Art
The center is considered one of the finest university art museums in the country.

topten-1Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum
A great place to enjoy a summer day, “The Arb” has 123 acres of nature trails and gardens.

Ann Arbor Art Fair
Drawing more than 500,000 visitors each year, the award-winning art fair turns the streets of Downtown into a gigantic art gallery.

topten-4Michigan Theater
Once a vaudeville and silent-movie hub, the historical theater is now host to diverse films and cultural events.

Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
People of all ages enjoy the variety of interactive science, math and technology exhibits, educational programs and special events.

Main Street
Take a stroll down this classic college town neighborhood street, bustling with a variety of unique shops and restaurants.

topten-3Ann Arbor Farmers’ Market
​Located in the heart of the historic Kerrytown neighborhood, the market has been in operation for 95 years and offers an incredible variety of products, bringing together farmers, plant nurseries, artisans, food carts, and a variety of prepared food vendors.

Huron River
Rent a canoe or kayak and take a ride down the Huron River. Best time of year is in the spring or early summer when the water level is high.


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