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  • Michigan attractions are full of history. From bridges to battlegrounds, lighthouses to mansions, museums to maritime military theaters. Michigan attractions have it all. 
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  • Alden B. Dow Home & Studio - Midland

    Designed in 1933 by Alden B. Dow as his architectural studio and private residence, the Alden B. Dow Home and Studio, a National Historic Landmark, is inspired by nature, the melding of color, textures, form and light. The Home and...

  • Alpena City Hall - Alpena

    The first of the 20th century government buildings built on the Alpena government square was the Alpena City Hall, which was designed by clerk & manager of Bay City and built by Richard Collins of Alpena at a cost of $50. This stately...

  • Alpena County Courthouse - Alpena

    An imposing Art Deco public building, probably the first public building constructed of poured Portland cement material in Alpena. Built in 1935. Architect William H. Kuni of Detroit designed the structure. The Portland cement was...

  • Alpena Shipwreck Tours - Alpena

    Experience the Great Lakes and their rich history above and below the waves! Explore the shipwrecks of the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary. The crystal clear waters and our large ''glass bottom'' viewing wells allow you to dive...

  • Anton Art Center (aka The Art Center) - Mount Clemens

    The Anton Art Center's mission is to enrich and inspire the lives of Macomb County residents and visitors of all ages, through the infusion of the arts into everyday life. We achieve this through exhibits, educational programming,...

  • Archangel Grotto at the Marian Center in Joy Valley - Petoskey

    The Marian Center is gift from God to His Holy Catholic Church, The Marian Center in Joy Valley is surrounded by the beauty and majesty of the northern hills of Petoskey, Michigan.

    Nestled on 38 acres of open field and stately woods,...

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