EXPLORE MICHIGAN

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Bus Ticket to Michigan

Call it the Great Lake State or the heart of the Midwest, Michigan is a marriage of pastoral and metropolitan living like nowhere else. Whether you’re taking in the bigger cities of Grand Rapids, visiting a small, lakeside town, or simply viewing the famous cherry fields as you drive past, it seems like things are always happening and life is always growing in the Wolverine State. There’s something simply American about Michigan, as it has always been, and continues to be, the pure embodiment of life in the U.S.

Historical Sights

Look no further than Michigan for American historical sites. The state is full of farms, local food shops, and cider mills that will take you back to the days when everything was homemade. The Henry Ford Estate in Dearborn is highly educational as well as a fascinating part of American history, and the Michigan History Center in Lansing provides you with the tale of the state itself, from its founding until now. Also, you can learn quite a lot about the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe at the Ziibwing Center in Mount Pleasant.

Culture in Michigan

Michigan has a rich cultural history and is famously known as the home of Motown, punk rock, and techno music, putting music at the forefront of everyone’s mind.

If you’re looking for good food options, it’s almost a crime not to at least try Detriot’s deep dish pizza. Additionally, the state is known for its cherries, fudge, and artisanal beer.

Museums are everywhere in Michigan. The Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, the Grand Rapids Public Museum, and the University of Michigan Museum in Ann Arbor all provide a cultural backdrop for this exciting state. The Longway Planetarium in Flint offers replicas of the night sky as well as laser shows set to music.

If you’re a movie buff, you’ll love visiting the filming locations of some incredible movies, such as “Somewhere in Time,” “Die Hard 2,” and “Gran Torino,” which were all shot (in full or in part) in the Wolverine State.

Attractions

Michigan has attractions for everyone from thrill-seekers to indoor types. If you’re visiting with your kids, make sure to check out the Holland State Park in Holland, Lake Lansing Park-South in Haslett, or Michigan’s Adventure Amusement Park & Wild Water Adventure in Muskegon. Mackinac Island alone is crawling with excitement, including the famous Fort Mackinac, that’s fun for every age, as is the Detroit Zoo. If you’re looking for a more grownup trip, head over to Detroit’s Greektown Casino for a game or two, the GM Renaissance Center for some serious shopping, or to W.J. Beal Botanical Garden in East Lansing for a romantic stroll through the flowers.

Where to Stay and When to Go

Temperatures in Michigan can range from 80 degrees or higher in the middle of summer to below freezing in January and February. It’s a good bet to plan your trip around the fall or spring months to experience the most temperate weather, but there’s always something to do in Michigan, whether you’re having fun in the sun or buried under a foot of snow! The choice is yours, just make sure you dress accordingly.

Depending on where you want to stay and how much you’d like to rough it, some of Michigan’s most exciting accommodations include the kid-friendly Soaring Eagle Waterpark and Hotel in Mount Pleasant, the B&B Laurium Manor Inn in Laurium, or the campground at Fort Custer Recreation Area near Battle Creek.

Book Your Trip to Michigan Today

Michiganders pride themselves on living in a state that offers exciting thrills that are fun for the whole family as well as calm moments where you can take in the splendor of nature. So, what are you waiting for? Book your bus ticket to Michigan now and see everything The Great Lake State has to offer. If your party is large enough, a charter bus may even be in order.