Things to do in Michigan

Michigan is a state in the Great Lakes region of the upper Midwestern United States. With a population of nearly 10.12 million, Michigan is the 10th-largest state by population. It is best known as the center of the American automobile industry. That offers a wide variety of cultural and historic attractions. 

1. View the Northern Lights

View the Northern Lights

Ya, it is true you can actually see and experience the Northern Lights in certain parts of Michigan. The Headlands International Dark Sky Park is located, which provides an ideal space for observing the night sky at any time. From August to April it is most likely to appear as the elusive light depending on the weather.


2. Visit Detroit Zoo

Visit Detroit Zoo

The zoo is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Detroit, there are over 1.5 million annual visitors. The Detroit Zoo is one of the top 10 zoos in the country, as it was opened in 1883. This zoo is the first zoo in America to implement barless animal habitats. There are 240 species which also include camels, bald eagles, gorillas, and Polk Penguin. The Detroit Zoo also has other attractions like Rissman Playventure children’s playgrounds, virtual-reality simulator rides, historic Tauber Family Railroad, a classic carousel, the Korman Tadpole and a classic carousel, and a 4D theater.


3. Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive

Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive

You can never get a drive to view it as spectacular as you can get to experience at Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive. You’ll be driving in a loop and experiencing scenery that rivals the greatest tourist attractions of many states for over seven miles. The Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive is part of the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. It is one of the top tourist attractions in the area. This place is the most beautiful relaxing point, that can help to clear your mind.


4. Tahquamenon Falls State Park

Tahquamenon Falls State Park

Tahquamenon Falls State Park is the second-largest state park in Michigan. It covers 46,179 acres between McMillan Townships and Whitefish. The park got its name because of the spectacular Tahquamenon Falls. You will get plenty of things to experience at this park as it is an undeveloped park. The visitor can go fishing, hiking, wildlife watching, canoeing, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing. You will also get a restaurant, a gift shop, and four campgrounds, near the falls.


5. Windmill Island Gardens

Windmill Island Gardens

The Windmill Island Gardens is considered a great attraction in Holland. If you are here make sure to explore this place as it is one of the finest Michigan destinations. There are almost three dozen acres to roam at this place. In this garden, there is a windmill that was imported from the Netherlands and it is the only of its kind that still runs. The Windmill Island Gardens are the most blissful attraction. It can be a wonderful place to host a wedding as well as other important events.

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