Looking for that perfect place to snap a selfie in Ann Arbor? Here is a list of some of the more iconic backgrounds ideal to show all your friends all the fun you’re having in AA.
Although seemingly massive and immovable, the Cube actually rotates on its axis, given a gentle push. The Cube measures 15 feet wide by 15 feet tall.
Location: Regents’ Plaza, U-M Campus Corner of Maynard and Jefferson
Singing in the Rain Mural
Painted by local artist, David Zinn, the lamp post is part of the streetscape, not within the mural. Hang from the post with Gene Kelly for the perfect picture!
Location: West side of S. Fifth Ave., facing Liberty St.
The beautifully restored historic theater, once a vaudeville & silent-movie hub now hosts diverse films & cultural events.
Location: Liberty St., just west of State St.
Sprinkled throughout the downtown area, these little creations are doorways to the imagination!
Locations: The Michigan Theater, The Ark, Peaceable Kingdom, Sweetwaters (W. Washington)
University of Michigan Law Quad
With striking Gothic-style buildings, The Law Quad is one of the most awe-inspiring locations on campus — second only to The Big House.
Location: Entrance to the Law Quad via the arch is located off South University
Michigan Stadium “The Big House”
Snap a selfie outside these iconic gates or climb to the top of the parking structure at Main and William for a great skyline shot!
Location: Gate 4, the corner of Main and Stadium
This Ann Arbor institution was described by Mario Batali as his “temple of deliciousness.” The Deli is regarded as one of the best in the country.
Location: Corner of Detroit and Kingsley Streets in historic Kerrytown.
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, is one of the very few glass-ceiling urban shopping malls in the country. Grab a coffee, do some shopping, and enjoy a walk through history!
Location: Entrances located on State and Maynard, just north of William.
Kerrytown Market and Shops
Just a few blocks from the heart of downtown, Kerrytown Market & Shops stands out as the most unique collection of shops in the area. Saturdays, Kerrytown hosts the renowned Ann Arbor Farmers Market.
Location: Corner of Kingsley and Fifth Ave.
Check out VisitAnnArbor.org for more information or to begin planning your next visit to the Ann Arbor area. Share your photos with other Ann Arbor fans on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using #VisitAnnArbor.