Mille Mitten goes off the beaten path as travelers rediscover Michigan through 1,000 mile journey
Culture thrives on the west side of the state's must-see art destination
Whether it’s antiques or artisanal food, a drive up M-53 reveals unexpected treasures
Thespians and audiences around the state celebrate Shakespeare’s 450th
Michigan’s bridges range from busy and controversial to historic and crumbling
Despite the short season, Michigan boaters are seriously smitten with life on the water
A taste of some of Michigan's lesser-known, but unique, bed and breakfast destinations
American Coney Island is gaining fans on the Las Vegas Strip
We love our Michigan vacations, but thanks to the Pure Michigan campaign and a thawing economy,a growing number of out-of-state visitors are joining the crowd.
From kayaking along the Detroit River to bellying up to the bar in an Upper Peninsula brewpub, traveling in Michigan is a year-round love affair.
Lighthouse-keeper programs a win-win for nautical fans and the historic landmarks they love.
From pristine islands to a hidden desert oasis, our top 10 honeymoon destinations are well off the beaten path.
Before Ernest Hemingway went on safari in Africa and worked as a foreign correspondent in Paris, he spent his summers in Northern Michigan among...
In the early 20th century, Detroit was a tourist destination — a place to see and be seen. And there was no shortage of excursion companies so visitors could take in the sights of a city on the move // Images Courtesy of Richard Bak
There’s no need to head to Bermuda or the Aegean to go island hopping. The Great Lakes have plenty of isles waiting to be explored.
Newlyweds seeking unique might consider boutique, as these small luxury accommodations in nine locations around the world reveal.
Make a day (or a weekend) of it with this trek of Motown. Just remember to bring a pair of comfortable shoes.
Road rallies are a grand motoring tradition dating back as far as the first automobiles. Point-to-point road trips with drivers and co-drivers crisscrossed Europe in the first half of the last century. The appeal endures.
An otherworldly stark beauty is how metro Detroiter Eric Keller describes the icy landscape and 24-hour daylight he encountered on his dog-sledding trip in Svalbard, the Arctic Ocean archipelago between Norway and the North Pole.
The once-quiet beach town shores up its image with a wave of new businesses.