Michigan is loaded with countless museums, attractions, lakes, and other cool sports for tourists visiting this State. Whether you come to watch football or to go fishing, you will definitely be able to keep busy in the great State of Michigan

Renaissance Center (GM building)

Renaissance Center (GM building)Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dexxus/3822382189/

The Renaissance Center is nicknamed the RenCen and is host to a huge variety of events including many tradeshows. The RenCen is not a single building, but is instead a group of 7 buildings that are connected together. The center building is the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center and is the tallest building in Michigan. No trip to Michigan can be complete without visiting the RenCen and taking a stroll through the Wintergarden and the various shops and gardens.

Michigan Transit Museum, Mt Clemens, MI

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The Michigan Transit Museum is not widely advertised outside of the State of Michigan but it is definitely an interesting place to visit. Railroad enthusiasts love this place as much as children do. You do not however have to be a hardcore train history enthusiast to enjoy the Michigan Transit Museum.

Ann Arbor

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The University of Michigan is located in Ann Arbor. An Arbor is one of those places where you can spend an entire month there n vacation and never get bored because there is so much to see and do. The University is huge. At the University of Michigan there are around 30,000 employees. 30,000 are far more than many schools have for their actual enrollment number of students.

You can walk around the huge sprawling campus can get a feel for how large the campus is. The University of Michigan campus is truly astounding and you can easily spend an entire day there just walking around people watching and looking at different attractions on the campus.

The Henry Ford Museum

The Henry Ford Museum is much more than a simple museum for the exploits and accomplishments of Henry Ford. The Henry Ford Museum is a true celebration of all American Heroes from all walks of life and in all types of jobs. You need to schedule in at least a half day at the Henry Ford Museum, and preferably even more time so you can bask in the glory of our celebrated heroes that not only helped to make America great, but to also inspire and motivate multiple generations of young people to follow in their steps and continue the trend of creating great accomplishments out of nothing. Henry Ford is considered a true american Hero but there are many other heros that are also celebrated and glorified at the Henry Ford Museum.

Holland, Michigan

From Lake Michigan beach to the City that makes you feel like you are actually in Holland, this town is a very realizing yet thriving community. Holland, Michigan should fell like Holland because it was settled by the Dutch, yet this many years later and there is no mistaken the fact that the Dutch culture is still very much alive in this part of Michigan. This area can become very clogged with tourists at times, yet it is still definitely worth a visit to this awesome City.

Sault Saint Marie

Sault Ste. Marie is a World Class and well known vacation getaway in Michigan. The Soo-Locks are located here and they are the busiest locks in the World. Make sure you bring a good digital camera with you when you visit Sault Ste. Marie because the photographic opportunities are truly unlimited in the majestic area. From old ship wrecks to fine dining you can find everything for an upper-class vacation getaway when you travel to Sault Ste. Marie.

Frankenmuth, Michigan

Frankenmuth may have some of the most famous Chicken dinners in the United States. People travel from all over the regions to come to Frankenmuth to dine on Chicken. The visitors to Frankenmuth also love the Bavarian Inn and all of the shopping opportunities. Yes it can get kind of touristy here in Frankenmuth during the summertime but it is still worth visiting.

Michigan Country Music Hall of Fame

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Fans of Country music will not want to miss out on the Michigan Country Music Hall of Fame. The Michigan Country Music Hall of Fame is a museum dedicated to Country Music and is very interesting, even if you are not a he fan of Country music. If you do love Country music then you may just leave with a new appreciation for some Country Music singers with their roots in Michigan.

Street Musicians

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There are a lot of street musicians that can be found in larger cities and towns, especially in certain sections of Detroit. These guys and gals are truly amazing and love to play. Show respect for their musical passion by throwing them a couple bucks if you enjoy what you hear. The music you can hear will astound you. These people have a lot of musical talent. If you are lucky they will even be able to play a song you request of them.

Comerica Park

If you get a chance to watch the Detroit tigers play a game of baseball at Comerica Park then you definitely need to. Obviously Comerica Park is not near as historic as Tiger Stadium was, bit Comerica Park is a very nice ballpark and you do not have to worry about old bricks falling down on your head while walking around. Comerica Park hosts many different events and concerts, but the Detroit Tigers of the MLB is the main reason you should visit Comerica Park. Even if you are not a fan of Comerica Park or Baseball you are still bound to have fun and make some enjoyable memories if you go to Comerica Park for a Major League Baseball game. Michigan is full f wonderful places to visit but many people seem to think the Detroit Tigers are one of the greatest things about the State. The cool thing is that even if you do not generally watch baseball on television you will enjoy yourself if you go to a baseball game at Comerica Park.