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City Opera House - The oldest of three historically intact Victorian Opera Houses in Michigan. The primary objective of the City Opera House, over the last 29 years, has been the restoration of this unique public environment.

Big Bear Adventures - A fun, family owned business specializing in outdoor recreation. River Trips and family fun center.

The Jungle Family Fun Center - 18 Holes of Adventure Golf await you in this Northern Michigan Jungle! Make your way past the cascading waterfalls, tropical plants, and an erupting volcano! Watch out... the alligators may be hungry!

Mackinac State Historic Parks - Founded in 1715, Colonial Mackinac State Historic Parks is a National Historic Landmark and the gateway to Mackinac State Historic Parks. Explore the colonial fur-trading village and military outpost of the 1700s with costumed interpreters as your guides.

Dennos Museum Center - A regional hub for arts and culture, this dramatic building features three rotating exhibition galleries, a sculpture court, a "hands-on" Discovery Gallery, a gallery of Inuit art from the museum's permanent collection as well as the 367-seat Milliken Auditorium, a 32-seat video theater, a community room and a museum store.

Centre Ice Arena - Northern Michigan's premiere facility for ice sports and fitness. Featuring two regulation NHL ice surfaces, hockey & figure skating pro shop, concession stand and public meeting rooms. Home of the Detroit Red Wings training camp.

Ramsdell Theatre - Continuing its 60 year history of providing memorable community theatre productions and opportunities to the community at large, as well as conducting workshops, studio productions, children's plays and student drama classes.

Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf - Putt your way through the world of 18th century pirates-- under cascading waterfalls, across a natural stream and past pirate ship ruins! Nestled in a naturally beautiful landscape, this 18-hole course has been delighting families for generations.

Grand Traverse Lighthouse - Tour the restored lighthouse resembling a keeper's home of the 1920's and 30's. Exhibits on area lighthouses, foghorns, shipwrecks and local history are located in the Lighthouse and Fog Signal Building. The restored air diaphone foghorn is demonstrated throughout the year, and visitors can climb the tower for a spectacular view of Lake Michigan.

Great Lakes Children's Museum - Waves of Wonder! Come let the kids run, create, and explore! The Great Lakes Children's Museum offers a variety of special continuing programs. Programs are offered in recurring sessions over a week or a period of weeks.

Ranch Rudolf - A 195 acre Four Season Resort which is just 12 miles S.E. of Traverse City on the Beautiful Boardman River, surrounded by the Pere Marquette State Forest. Horseback riding, canoeing, tubing, kayaking, camping, fishing, and more!

Friske Orchards - Features a temperature controlled fruit stand, an Old World Bakery with fresh baked goods daily, the Orchard Cafe, an old-fashioned General Store, the Country House full of crafts, gifts and collectibles, Noahıs Ark playground, Barnyard animals from Memorial Day through the end of October and a great outdoor deck overlooking the gardens and orchards in season.

Mackinaw Trolley Company - Tour with the Mackinaw Trolley- History Tour over the Bridge, Mackinaw Trolley Trail Tour, Lighthouses,Ships & Shipwreck Tour & Fall Color Tour.