Top Vacations in Michigan

Top Vacations in Michigan
Michigan is a state with unexampled geographic characteristics because it is made up of two separate peninsulas. Visiting this naturally breathtaking part of the United States can be exciting and educational during any time of the year and for all walks of life.

Welcome to Hell

Hell, Mich., was founded in 1841 by a man named George Reeves. This was a time of hardship for many settlers, even for Reeves. When the state of Michigan asked him for the name of his town, it became official when he said, "Call it Hell for all I care; everyone else does." As of 2009, Hell is steadily growing as a tourist attraction full of history and oddity. (Livingston County information)
(734) 878-1099 (Hell, Mich., information)

Ford Factory Tours

Dearborn, Mich., is historically known in the United States and around the world as the home of Henry Ford, the creator of the Ford Motor Co., and the father of the modern assembly line. Taking a tour of the Ford Factory in Michigan is an educational and enjoyable experience.

The Henry Ford
20900 Oakwood Blvd.
Dearborn, MI 48124-5029
(313) 982-6001

Soo Locks

The Soo Locks is located between Lake Superior and Lake Huron and is a historically wonderful attraction for military fans and history buffs. Features and amenities include boat tours, outdoor concerts and a museum that highlights the region's 150 years of history.

Sault Ste. Marie Convention & Visitors Bureau
536 Ashmun St.
Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
(800) 647-2858

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