The LCCVB is the official authority for visitor information regarding area attractions, shopping, recreation, events, arts, culture, and accommodations.
Over 30 bars and restaurants providing culinary choices ranging from ethnic to American style cuisine are what draw “foodies” to downtown Brighton. The vibrant night-life here offers several entertainment options all within walking distance from each other along the picturesque Millpond. Summertime brings festivals with live musical entertainment, tasty food booths, and sidewalk sales. The fabulous year-round outdoor sculpture collection and many art galleries shows this city values arts and culture.
The historic architecture is what charms visitors to downtown Howell and it is the perfect backdrop for The Opera House built in 1881. Now used for special events, the Opera House is rumored to be haunted and is not the only building downtown with that kind of reputation. Each October outdoor walking ghost tours are conducted by paranormal experts. The Michigan Challenge Balloonfest, Howell Melonfest, and the Fantasy of Lights Parade are signature events that draw visitors to Howell from near and far.
Outdoor adventures frequent the counties 50,000 acres of parks and recreation for hiking, biking, canoeing, downhill skiing, golf, disc-golf, skate-parks, zip-lining, high-ropes adventure and more. Give us a call, we can help you customize your visit.