You can start the New Year right by taking a trip to Michigan. It is one of the most visited places in the United States. The reasons for this are many. Michigan is a beautiful place. It is also a very historical location. Aside from that it offers tourists some serious fun. If you do go there for the New Year you can expect a Michigan New Years Eve celebration party to remember. They are generally free to the public and loads of fun for the guests. Generally you can expect fireworks, music and vendors in a public destination. You can consult the hotel that you are staying at for details on all of these celebrations. Be sure to book ahead and make your plans so that you have everything lined up for the perfect New Years Eve. While enjoying those New Years Eve celebrations be sure to check out these other Michigan attractions for your family.
If you like snow and skiing then Michigan is definitely the tourist location for you this New Years Eve. Michigan is well known for some serious skiing pleasure. While in Michigan on vacation this New Years Eve be sure to take advantage of the 40 skiing destinations that are available. They include 840 skiing runs. It is definitely something not to be missed. If you prefer cross country skiing then Michigan also has some serious fun in store for you during this holiday season. Michigan is widely known for being one of the best cross country skiing destinations. With its vast array of Parks and natural wildlife near the shores of lakes, Michigan is truly a beautiful sight to behold in the winter as well. If you enjoy snowboarding it is gonna rock your world. It will be one of the best snowboarding experiences of your life. It has 6,204 miles of snowboarding trails that are perfectly groomed for your safety, security and snowboarding pleasure. So as you can clearly see Michigan is also a wonderful winter destination.
There are several Michigan museums which you should definitely check out. The first is in Kalamazoo. It is the Kalamazoo Institute of Art. It has both temporary and permanent collections of art by international artists. It is world renowned for its stunning glass chandelier which was created by artist Dale Chihuly. Museum hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Sunday 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM. The admission is free. The museum is closed on Monday. Call 269-349-7775 for details regarding hours and special dates and events. This museum is notorious for having wonderful children programs as well. There is a childrens winter workshop which you can call and get information for at the above number. Donations are accepted. Check at the front information desk for details.
Michigan is home to a famous theater called the Michigan Theater. It was constructed during the silent film era. This Art Deco masterpiece has 1,700 theater seats that are actually trimmed in gold leaf. It has a full pipe organ that is still played to this day. It is truly a site to see if you are ever in Ann Arbor, Michigan. If this is your vacation destination in Michigan then it is definitely something that you need to take a couple hours to go check out. If you are actually lucky enough to catch a show at the theater, then it will truly be a pleasant experience and one to remember forever. You can contact the theater at (734)-668-8397 for ticket information.