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Central Michigan

Mirror Maze - This maze of mirrors is one of the most exciting and unique attractions that the entire family can enjoy! See infinite reflections of yourself in every direction! Encounter surprising corners, dead ends and continuous circles! Find your way, and even you can become a Maze Master!

Sandy Dunes Adventure Golf - 18 - Hole Adventure Golf, Beautiful Landscape, Game Room and the Largest Waterfall in the Thumb! Come and enjoy the great adventures that await you at Sandy Dunes Adventure Golf, you won't be sorry that you came!

Antique Toy and Firehouse Museum - Located in Bay City, the museum is home to over 60 motorized fire trucks - the largest collection of fire trucks in the world. The museum also contains more than 12,000 antique and collectible toys, many of them fire, police and rescue vehicles.

Grand Rapids Art Museum - The collection includes over 5,000 works of art. Leading works in the collection include: Richard Diebenkorn, Ingleside, 1963, one of the artist's definitive early figurative paintings, prints by European Old Masters, German Expressionists, and American post -1945 artists, 20th century furniture and craft, and American paintings of the late 19th and early 20th century.

Willow Ridge Farms - A great way to visit beautiful Huron County. Complete with a farm market that is open from May-Oct with annual flats, hanging baskets, fresh vegetables, fruits, honey's, maple syrup, jams and jellies.

Frankenmuth Historical Museum - The museum is an entertaining look at the people, and the motivations of the immigrants who framed the history as well as the future of Frankenmuth. Learn through hands-on displays, video and audio, and interesting artifacts.

Silver Lake Sand Dunes - The only sand dunes east of the Mississippi River that allow you to drive and explore them. Trucks, SUVs, Dirt Bikes, ATVs, and Dune Buggies can all be found playing in the sand.

Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park - The beauty of nature in a spectacular botanical garden and inspiring sculpture, both indoors and out.

Richfield County Park & BMX Track - Come and enjoy tennis, a BMX track, lake to launch canoes and more! Create some fantastic family memories and more at the Richfield County Park and BMX Track!

USS Silversides Museum - Learn about history as you live it! While you visit Great Lakes Naval Memorial and Museum, climb aboard and immerse yourself into the past aboard USS SILVERSIDES - a WWII submarine, and USCGC McLANE - a 1927 Coast Guard Cutter. Explore the decks and compartments and experience firsthand what it was like to serve on board these military vessels.

Davison Historical Society & Museum - The museum houses thousands of artifacts, including a woolly mammoth bone, a circa 1900 Model of Davison City, and an extensive collection of historic pictures, military artifacts, and early Victorian toys.

The Flower Farm - A garden center in Bad Axe featuring an annual Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch, as well as Gifts along with providing consulting services and many workshops and clinics.

Michigan's Adventure Amusement Park & Wild Water Adventure - Michigan's largest amusement park with over 50 rides, slides, and adventures. Some of the best roller coasters around, including Shivering Timbers and Thunderhawk.

Grand Rapids Public Museum - A nonprofit educational institution whose mission is to collect, preserve, and present the natural, cultural, and social history of the region. Also included are the Van Andel Museum Center, Roger B. Chaffee Planetarium, and the Voigt House Victorian Museum.

Grand Rapids Children's Museum - Celebrating childhood and the joy of learning by providing an interactive, hands-on environment that inspires learning and encourages self-directed exploration.

Alfred P. Sloan Museum - At the heart of the Sloan Museum are more than 100,000 artifacts, photographs and documents catalogued in its collections. Flint and the American Dream, takes visitors on a fascinating journey through Flint in the 20th century--from the birth of the auto industry, to the present.

Bronner's Christmas Wonderland - The world's largest Christmas store is the size of 4 football fields. It's a shopper's dream...especially for Christmas lovers! There are over 50,000 gifts and trims from around the world. Christmas is celebrated all year at Bronner's.

Crossroads Village & Huckleberry Railroad - Takes you back to a simpler time. Join other passengers boarding the magnificent Huckleberry Railroad. Its Baldwin steam locomotive provides the power to carry up to 500 passengers in historic wooden coaches.

John Ball Zoo Society - Features animals such as snow leopards, grizzly bears, otters, and Siberian tigers. The Living Shores Aquarium features animals from Patagonia to the Pacific Northwest Coast.

Olde World Canterbury Village - A designated historical site in the State of Michigan, extends over 21 acres. Host to 18 specialty shops and has many wonderful features and year round family attractions.

Huron Lady River Cruises‎ - Offers public narrated sightseeing tours, special event cruises, and private charters. Cruises are perfect for families, businesses, and neighborhood, church, school, civic, senior, or social organizations.