University of Michigan
Welcome to Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan: a partnership of “town and gown” that makes The Michigan Difference™ come to life. A world-class research university. Explore Our Heritage.
University of Michigan Museum of Art - Lively and engaging conversation and active looking are features of UMMA public tours. Docent-led tours of current exhibitions and the permanent collection galleries are offered regularly.
Ann Arbor’s Michigan Theater combines living history with a singular dedication to the finest film and live entertainment available today. We offer two auditoriums: Historic Theater and the Screening Room.
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
Visitors can enjoy more than 250 interactive exhibits. Figure out How Things Work from generating tornados to pumping water with an Archimedes screw. Kids four and under can explore water and play in a mini fire engine in the Preschool Gallery.
Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum
Promoting environmental enjoyment, stewardship and sustainability through education, research, and interaction with the natural world. At each of the properties there are a variety of self-guided tours. We invite you to visit our facilities at your convenience!
Cobblestone Farm & Museum
Building on the site’s domestic and agricultural heritage, guests are engaged in rich sensory experiences based on a farm family’s journey through the seasons and the years. Take a Self-Guided Walking Tour of Historic Cobblestone Farm.
Just as the midwestern blues acts called it home in the '70s, so do bands like Midwest Product, Funktelligence and Donkey Punch call it home today. Although Ann Arbor may not be the largest spot on the map, the Blind Pig is to the city what CBGB's is to New York or what The Whiskey A Go Go is to Los Angeles.
Doing Life Different - We invite you to visit Ann Arbor, where the streets are brimming with exquisite restaurants and exclusive boutiques – plus arts and entertainment that stir the soul – making for a vibrant, inspiring scene where people engage in the art of living.
Parks & Recreation
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