Top 10 Things To Do This Summer In Michigan
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Top 10 Things To Do This Summer In Michigan

Top 10 Things To Do This Summer In Michigan
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The top 10 things to do in the Summer in Michigan are:

1. See a concert or a play at the Fisher Theatre, Detroit Opera House or the Fox Theatre.

There are many different musicals that tour that come to Detroit such as the Newises, Wicked, Gentleman's Guide, Matilda, and many other shows. Some of the concerts that come to Michigan are: Keith Urban, Idina Menzel, Blake Shelton, Walk the Moon, Selena Gomez, and many others.

2. Visit the Henry Ford Museum and Village throughout the Summer for special events such as the Motor Muster, and other events.

Also spend a day in the museum and the village as well.

3. Check out the Art Fairs such as the Wyandotte Street Fair, Art in the Park in Plymouth, MI and Ann Arbor, MI.

4. Get season tickets or get tickets to see a Detroit Tigers Game at Comerica Park in Detroit, MI. Support the Tigers and enjoy your time downtown Detroit.

Peanuts, cracker jacks, hot dogs and many other things to eat while you are at a home tigers game.

5. Go to Rolling Hills Water Park in Ypsilanti, MI for a day and relax.

It is great to go when it is not too crowded. It is fun for the whole family, couples and all ages.

6. There is a great place to go which is up north in the Upper Peninsula and that is Mackinac Island to bike ride all around there and get the best fudge!

7. See some amazing fireworks throughout the summer from June to August.

There are always fireworks going on throughout the state of Michigan.

8. Take your bike along bike trails to see the nature in Michigan.

Going on these trails are so amazing and fun, When you ride them at night make sure to wear bug spray. It is fun for all ages and even for the family as well.

9. The Henry Ford Estate is also open all year round to have tours, parties, weddings and so on.

It is an amazing place to explore the whole thing. You can even have lunch on the estate while you are there. It is so pretty there especially the open backyard too. Henry Ford Estate is a great place to visit if you haven't already in the summer.

10. Michigan Adventures is also another park that is open to all ages and it is open year round. It is one of the largest amusement and water parks.

Family, couples, individuals, school groups and camps can go to this park. Michigan Adventures has so many rides and water rides at each park. It has something for everyone to do there and a lot of food as well. You can also get season passes if you are a regular guest at the park or just buy individual tickets for each of the parks too.

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