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Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum

Relive the wonder and excitement of the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum for ... Bring your students to us or we'll ... Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum; 220 E. Ann St. Ann Arbor ...

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Argo Nature Area
Argo Nature Area

Argo Nature Area is a 22-acre linear park on the east side of the Huron River bordered by Broadway St., Longshore Dr. and Barton Dr. The Argo Canoe Livery is located in the park and is open for rentals from April - October (call 794-6240 for more information).

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Argo Park
Argo Park

Argo Canoe Livery is located at the Argo Cascades and features canoe, kayak, raft, tube and SUP boat rentals in a natural setting on the Huron River in the city of Ann Arbor.

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Argus Museum
Argus Museum

The Argus Museum, located on the second floor of 525 West William, Ann Arbor, Michigan, features products manufactured by the Argus camera company and tells the stories of the company, the people involved and showcases unique collections connected to Argus.

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Bandemer Park
Bandemer Park

The park features accessible trails through the main body of the park, restrooms, benches, accessible canoe dock, fishing deck, shelter, picnic areas, and grills. Dirt foot paths wander throughout the site, with views of the river and other unique habitat prevalent. Bandemer is directly west across the river from Argo.

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Barton Nature Area
Barton Nature Area

Barton Nature Area is a 102-acre park located along the Huron River on Huron River Drive, a few miles north of downtown. The park is in two sections: the larger is known locally as the oxbow, and connects to Argo; the smaller is known as Foster, and is accessible only by boat from Barton Pond.

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Bird Hills Nature Area
Bird Hills Nature Area

Bird Hills Nature Area is the largest park in the city. Its hilly woods are a sanctuary for hikers. The area is closed to bicycles to prevent damage from erosion. The park is bordered by Newport Rd on the west, Bird Rd on the north, Huron River Dr on the east and M-14 on the south.

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Black Pond Woods Nature Area
Black Pond Woods Nature Area

Black Pond Woods is a 34-acre woodland on the north side of the city off Traver Rd. It is bordered by Leslie Golf Course on its east side, and it is located north of the Leslie Science and Nature Center.

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Bluffs Nature Area
Bluffs Nature Area

Bluffs Nature Area is 39.35 acres, located on a glacially formed ridge over North Main Street. Trails wind throughout the park and are accessible from North Main St., just across from Lakeshore St. on the southwest side of the street.

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Buhr Park
Buhr Park

Buhr Park is a 39-acre park serving the south central part of Ann Arbor. The park is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. year round and features softball diamonds, two tennis courts, play equipment, a basketball court, open field play, a sledding hill, picnic facilities with a grill, an outdoor pool with a family activity pool (open in the spring/summer) and an open-air ice arena (open in the fall/winter).

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Central Title Service Building - Historical Marker
Central Title Service Building - Historical Marker

Historical Marker - S584C - Central Title Service Building (Marker ID#:S584C) Significant Date: Statehood Era (1815-1860) Registry Year: 1986 Erected Date: 1986 City: Ann Arbor ...

Cobblestone Farm and Museum
Cobblestone Farm and Museum

<p>The <b>Cobblestone Farm and Museum</b>, which includes the <b>Dr. Benajah Ticknor House</b> (also known as the <b>Ticknor-Campbell House</b>) is an historical <a href="/pages/w/109622502398300">museum</a> located at 2781 Packard Road in <a href="/pages/w/105479049486624">Ann Arbor</a> <a href="/pages/w/109706309047793">Michigan</a>.

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County Farm Park
County Farm Park

County Farm Park is located on the east side of the City of Ann Arbor. This 141 acres of county land was bought from Claudius Britton in 1836 for $1200. A poor house and insane asylum was built in 1837 and used until 1917 when a brick hospital was constructed and named the Washtenaw Infirmary.

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Cranbrook Park
Cranbrook Park

Cranbrook Park is a 16.13-acre park located on Oakbrook Drive with a second entrance on Main Street. The park contains a play area, half basketball court, picnic tables, benches, lots of large open field play, an accessible asphalt walking/bicycling trail through the park, a nature area with unpaved trails, and a pedestrian bridge connecting to the Main Street entrance.

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Decode Detroit - Escape Room
Decode Detroit - Escape Room

Created in 2016 by a group of storytellers, engineers, and urban planners, Decode ® Detroit is an urban adventure game built into the fabric of Ann Arbor and Metro Detroit. The three parts of Minerva’s adventure opened in fall 2016 (The Minerva Project), winter 2017 (Minerva’s Escape), and fall 2017 (Minerva’s Return).

Delhi Metropark
Delhi Metropark

Your quiet getaway is just an easy drive to Delhi Metropark. Located 5 miles northwest of Ann Arbor, breathe in the sweet smell of 81 acres of mature oak trees and open, grassy lawns. Nestled against a bend in the Huron River, this is a popular fishing and canoeing destination.

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Dexter–Huron Metropark
Dexter–Huron Metropark

Get your daily dose of fresh air by packing lunch and enjoying Dexter-Huron Metropark. Escape your routine and get rejuvenated by the peaceful sights and sounds of nature at this 122-acre site, just 7.5 miles northwest of Ann Arbor.

Dolph Nature Area
Dolph Nature Area

Home » Departments » Parks and Recreation » Parks and Places » Dolph Nature Area Dolph Nature Area is a 57-acre park on the city’s west side, bordered by Wagner Rd. on the west, Jackson Rd. on the north and Parklake Ave. on the east.

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Frog Island Park,
Frog Island Park,

Ann Arbor is a bustling university town, a culinary hotspot, and a tech hub with a walkable downtown that includes world-class arts and culture. Located in southeast Michigan's Lower Peninsula, Ann Arbor lies at the center of a greater collection of communities in Washtenaw County, including Ypsilanti.

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Fuller Park
Fuller Park

Season passes can be used at Buhr, Fuller and Veterans Memorial park pools for all public swim times and tot splashes. Passes may be purchased at all of the pools, the Parks and Recreation Customer Service Center (Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard Road), or online.

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Furstenberg Nature Area
Furstenberg Nature Area

Furstenberg Nature Area is a 38-acre park containing wetlands, woodlands, prairie, and oak savannah. It is located on Fuller Road just West of Gallup Park. The park can be accessed from Gallup Park via pedestrian bridge or from Fuller Road across from Huron High School.

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Gallup Park
Gallup Park

Gallup Park is a 69-acre park and is Ann Arbor’s most popular recreation area. It is located along the Huron River and Geddes Pond with scenic walkways that traverse small islands with bucolic pedestrian bridges.

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Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library
Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library

Unlike other Presidential libraries, the Ford library’s library and museum components are geographically separate. The Library is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on the North Campus of the University of Michigan, while the Museum is in Grand Rapids, Michigan, 130 miles west of Ann Arbor.

Island Park
Island Park

Island Park is a river park containing two picnic shelters, a Greek Revival shelter, play area, picnic tables and grills, benches, paths through the Island, and a connection to Fuller Park.

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Kempf House - Historical Marker
Kempf House - Historical Marker

Kempf House Historical Marker is a park and is nearby to Ann Arbor and Schoolgirl's Glen.

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Kempf House Museum
Kempf House Museum

The Kempf House Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving, interpreting, and celebrating the Bennett-Kempf house, its garden and collections. This 1853 Greek Revival house is a unique resource because of its national architectural significance, downtown location, and the distinguished contributions of the Kempfs to the musical culture of Ann Arbor.

Liberty Plaza
Liberty Plaza

Liberty Plaza is an interesting space. Beautiful and green, a recessed public space right in downtown Ann Arbor just west of the Michigan Theatre.

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Lillie Park
Lillie Park

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Mary Beth Doyle Park
Mary Beth Doyle Park

Mary Beth Doyle Park is an 81.4-acre park with four entrances: one is located off Packard just east of Cobblestone Farm on the South side of the street, one at the end of Birch Hollow Road off Stone School Road, one at the end of Verle, and a pedestrian I-94 overpass entrance from Plainview Court and Braeburn Circle.

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Matthaei Botanical Gardens
Matthaei Botanical Gardens

Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum are two locations at the University of Michigan, offering a conservatory, trails and exhibits. Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum are two locations at the University of Michigan, offering a conservatory, trails and exhibits.

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Michigan Become a State - Historical Marker
Michigan Become a State - Historical Marker

Breckinridge Saginaw and Gratiot County State Road / Saginaw Valley and St ... Pans M C Ann Arbor Model ... museum Michigan Historical Marker ...

Michigan Freedom Trail/African-American History - Historical Marker
Michigan Freedom Trail/African-American History - Historical Marker

Michigan State University Libraries East Lansing. Current Staff: Sandra S. Clark, Director Michigan History Center Lansing Mark Harvey, State Archivist Michigan History Center Lansing Michelle Davis, Board Secretary Michigan History Center Lansing. The Michigan Library and Historical Center is located at 702 West Kalamazoo Street, Lansing.

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Newberry Hall
Newberry Hall

Newberry Hall http://www.mcgi.state.mi.us/hso/sites/14489.htm Newberry Hall is a fine example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture and is significant to the history of the University of Michigan.

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Nichols Arboretum
Nichols Arboretum

Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum are two locations at the University of Michigan, offering a conservatory, trails and exhibits. Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum are two locations at the University of Michigan, offering a conservatory, trails and exhibits.

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North Bay Park
North Bay Park

North Bay Park. North Bay Park features a hiking trail on edge of Ford Lake with shelter and playground. Park admission fees: daily $3, annual resident $10, annual non-resident $20, seniors (60+) free

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Olson Park
Olson Park

Olson Park is a 54-acre parcel that is jointly owned by the City of Ann Arbor and the County Drain Commissioner. Located on the corner of DhuVarren Road and Pontiac Trail south of M-14, the site’s main feature is a pond that was constructed to manage storm water for the Northeast area.

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Parker Mill
Parker Mill

Parker Mill County Park, together with the City of Ann Arbor's Forest Park, is a 45-acre tract of mostly wooded land that encompasses the tail end of Fleming Creek, including its mouth, where it joins the Huron River.

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Rolling Hills Park
Rolling Hills Park

Rolling Hills County Park is one of the most recreational-diverse destinations in Washtenaw County! Skip to Main Content Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.

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Scarlett-Mitchell Nature Area
Scarlett-Mitchell Nature Area

Scarlett-Mitchell Nature Area is a 25 acre park adjacent to Scarlett and Mitchell Schools and Mitchell-Scarlett Woods. Access to the park is from the schools’ parking lot, where parking is available.

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Silas Douglass House
Silas Douglass House

Silas Douglass, lived in this home at 502 East Huron Street from 1848 until 1902.. located next to the First Baptist Church on East Huron Street

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Sindecuse Museum of Dentistry
Sindecuse Museum of Dentistry

<p>The <b>Sindecuse Museum of Dentistry</b> is a <a href="/pages/w/109622502398300">museum</a> of the history of <a href="/pages/w/108158462546495">dentistry</a>, operated by the <a href="/pages/w/108008922560326">University of Michigan School of Dentistry</a> in <a href="/pages/w/105479049486624">Ann Arbor, Michigan</a>.

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Southeast Area Park
Southeast Area Park

Southeast Area Park is a 26.5-acre park located on Ellsworth at Platt. This recreation area contains two play areas, lighted softball and basketball, athletic fields, picnic shelter, parking, drinking fountain, restrooms, picnic tables, grills and benches.

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St. Thomas the Apostle Church - Historical Marker
St. Thomas the Apostle Church - Historical Marker

St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church . ... Follow us on Facebook! ... Open house for St Thomas The Apostle School, Ann Arbor Wednesday, June 27th, ...

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Sugarbush Park
Sugarbush Park

You can enter this park from Bluett, Georgetown, Yellowstone and Rumsey. The park has tennis courts, softball, basketball, lower and upper elementary play areas, picnic tables, benches, sledding hill, and a beautiful natural area featuring two unique native plants - Blue Ash and Pawpaws.

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University of Michigan Museum of Art
University of Michigan Museum of Art

In celebration of the University of Michigan’s Bicentennial in 2017, artist and distinguished Stamps School of Art and Design professor Jim Cogswell has been invited to create a series of public window installations at the University of Michigan Museum of Art and the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology.

University of Michigan Museum of Natural History
University of Michigan Museum of Natural History

Time to Evolve The University of Michigan Museum of Natural History is closed while it moves 4 billion years of natural history to its new home right next door in the Biological Sciences Building, opening in 2019.

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University of Michigan Nichols Arboretum
University of Michigan Nichols Arboretum

Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum are two locations at the University of Michigan, offering a conservatory, trails and exhibits.

Veterans Park
Veterans Park

Season passes can be used at Buhr, Fuller and Veterans Memorial park pools for all public swim times and tot splashes. Passes may be purchased at all of the pools, the Parks and Recreation Customer Service Center, or online.

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Ypsilanti Historical Society
Ypsilanti Historical Society

Welcome: The Ypsilanti Historical Museum is a museum of local history which is presented as an 1860 home. The Museum and Fletcher-White Archives are organized and operated by the Ypsilanti Historical Society. We are all volunteers and our membership is open to everyone, including non-city residents.