Tourist Attractions

Tourist Attractions

Below you will find pictures of tourist attractions in michigan, and information about each attraction.

 

Renaissance Center

Renaissance Center

This is a set of skyscrapers along the detoir river. One of them is 79-feet tall!(Westin Hotel. It includes hotels, theatres, shops, and restaurants.

 

 

 

Henry Ford Museum

Henry Ford Museum

This museum is built in honor of Henry Ford. It also includes the Greenfield Village, a hand-on expereience. The actual museum contains many types of cars, trains, planes, etc.

 

 

Mackniac Bridge

Mackinac Bridge

This bridge connects the Upper Peninsula to the Lower Peninsula. It's also the U.S.'s longest suspension bridge: about 5 miles long! It stands (sort of) 552 feet tall.The main reason of this height is the towers. The towers allow people to watch and llok at the lakes if they don't want to cross the bridge.

 

 

 

Great Lakes

Great Lakes

Michigan is sorrounded by 4 of the 5 great lakes. They are also the largest lakes in the world! The closest one to Detroit is Lake Erie. This lake is the habitat of many swans, and seaguls.

 

 

 

Comerica Park

Comerica Park

This is the official stadium of the Detoit Tigers, the baseball team. It's in the center of a village with shops, restaurants, etc. As you can tell by the picture, it's fairly large.

 

 

 

Cider Mills

Franklin Cider Mills

You would have noticed by the name, but this is an apple mill. White Oak, White Pine, and Black Walnut lumber was used for the whole mill exept for the roof. The sorrounding fields make the mills look energetic, and peaceful.

 

 

 

Detroit Zoo

Detroit Zoo

This zoo is not one of the largest, but holds some very exotic animals. I have actually seen a white tiger here! Though its main focus is lions, tigers, cheetahs, etc., it also contains giraffes, monkeys, and even butterflies!

 

 

 

Click on these websites to look at more attractions!:

Franklin Cider Mills Detroit Zoo Mackinac Bridge Comerica Park Planet Ware