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  • Michigan attractions capture our imaginations, warm our hearts, thrill us and inspire us to come back for more. Michigan's museums, water parks, wineries, zoos, lighthouses and more are ready when we are. Because discovering new delights and doing what we’ve always wanted to do is Pure Michigan.
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  • Michigan Society of Professional Surveyors Institute - Lansing

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    The MSPS Institute shares the story of the surveying and mapping of Michigan. Its exhibits and archives provide a unique look into the settlement and development of the state and its natural resources. The MSPS Institute also offers...

  • Michigan Walk of Fame - Lansing

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    Honoring Michigan residents, past or present, who have made significant contributions to the state or nation, the Michigan Walk of Fame is downtown Lansing's newest attraction. Made up of 18" x 30" bronze plaques embedded in the...

  • Midtown Beer Company - Lansing

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    Michigan's premier brewery with award winning beers and great food. Enjoy entertainment and events. Open seven days a week.

  • MotorCities National Heritage Area - Detroit

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    Located in Southeastern and Central Michigan and one of twenty-three designed national heritage areas, our MotorCities tours allow visitors to discover Michigan's rich automotive heritage. Each tour takes visitors to such attractions...

  • R.E. Olds Transportation Museum - Lansing

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    Features artifacts and documents tracing the history of area transportation from 1883 to the present. Antique vehicles and automotive memorabilia as well as aircraft, bicycles and carriages are displayed. Automobiles exhibited range...

  • State Capitol Building - Lansing

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    Step back into the Victorian era with a visit to Michigan's award-winning Capitol Building. Designed by Elijah E. Myers, one of the foremost architects of public buildings during the Gilded Age (1865-1914), construction of the Capitol...

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