Explore the Great Lakes State while visiting for the MARC Conference!
Highlighted below are a few featured stops in Michigan. See our flyer for a list of some other popular tourist attractions.
A perfect summer in Michigan – Tim Allen Video
Mackinac Bridge and Mackinaw City
Visit Mackinaw City for exquisite views of the Mackinac Bridge, beaches, sightseeing, shopping, dining, Mackinac Island ferries, and more.
(Pictured: The Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island)
Accessible by ferry, Mackinac Island is both a tourist and Michigander favorite. Spend the day biking around the island, catching a horse and buggy ride, touring the Fort, or tasting homemade Mackinaw Island Fudge. The island is full of excitement, breathtaking views, and activities.
Grand Haven State Park
The beautiful city of Grand Haven is the perfect destination to relax and enjoy the views of Lake Michigan. Home to Grand Haven State Park, there are public beaches, a pier and boardwalk, ice cream shops, dining, entertainment, and several other exciting activities to check out during your stay.
(Pictured: Windmill Island)
Bustling with things to do, the quaint city of Holland is a great destination for a visit. Known for it’s Windmill Island and Tulip festival held annually in May, the city if full of color, history, and sites to see.
Pictured Rocks – Munising, Michigan
Visit Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore for breathtaking views of sandstone formations and cliffs located along the Lake Superior Lakeshore in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village – Dearborn, Michigan
Visit The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village to experience both an indoor and outdoor museum filled with historical attractions and numerous exhibits for you to see. Take part in viewing Thomas Edison’s laboratory, the Wright Brother’s bicycle shop, ride in a Model T or even enjoy a historical lunch from the past! As one of the largest indoor and outdoor museums, this Michigan attraction is a highly recommended experience.