Ypsilanti

Ypsilanti

Explore Ypsilanti, a progressive city with a great vibe and arts scene utilizing their beautifully preserved historic areas adding interest to the variety of cultures present in the art, music and shopping. For the outdoor lovers, just minutes from town you will find golfing, mountain biking, canoeing, hiking and natural scenery you can relax in. Come enjoy the scene and all Ypsilanti has to offer.
Ypsi Real
A vibrant and quirky city located in Southeast, Michigan. Here, you can explore a passionate city with an expansive history and thriving arts scene.
How to Pronounce "Ypsilanti"
Ypsilanti - often referred to as "Ypsi" - was officially named after a Greek war hero in 1825. People have been struggling to pronounce it's name ever since.
Burgers
Burgers are serious business in Ypsilanti. Vegetarians and vegans -  have no fear. Many restaurants offer burger options for you as well! Read about the top three places to get a burger in Ypsi.
Beer
Ypsilanti is a craft beer destination with an endless selection of taphouses and breweries. The best places to get a beer in Ypsi.
Coffee
Where does this upbeat city get all of it's energy? Coffee, of course. Ypsilanti treats coffee as a true craft. With several roasteries and artisanal cafes, it's hard to choose just one place to visit.
Museums
There are four museums in Ypsilanti to explore on your next visit. Learn about the Michigan Firehouse Museum, the Yankee Air Museum, the Ypsilanti Automotive Heritage Museum and the Ypsilanti Historical Museum.
The Color Run
Celebrate happiness, healthiness and individuality at The Color Run Ypsilanti in June. 
Michigan Summer Beer Festival
Once again, Ypsilanti takes it's beer quite seriously. That is why it's home to one of the largest beer festivals in the state. The Michigan Brewer's Guild Summer Beer Festival returns to Ypsi in July.
Rolling Hills Water Park
Rolling Hills Water Park is your ticket to wet and wild Summer fun! We've got something for everyone.
Water Tower
The historic Water Tower is located on the highest point in Ypsilanti. Constructed in 1890, this uniquely shaped water tower has caught the eye of many people around the world!