What to Do in Ann Arbor




Ann Arbor


When in Ann Arbor don’t miss:

Michigan Theater: At 603 E. Liberty, here you will find independent films, music performances, The Bell’s Summer Classics Film Series and The Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design Speaker Series featuring, artists, designers, photographers, writers and performers.

State Theater: An art deco theater offering independent films.

Ann Arbor Summer Festival: A three-week festival featuring music, dance, comedy, film, circus and street arts.

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology: Located on the University campus this is an interesting small museum featuring pieces from ancient civilizations across the UMMA. Make sure to check out the current exhibition.

The Palmer House: A Frank Lloyd House built for Bill and Mary Palmer in the 1950’s. It is a stunning property with separate tea house that overlooks the woods in a beautiful landscaped setting. It is a three bedroom, two bath home that can be rented from $350 to $500 a night. What a great way to stay in a Frank Lloyd Wright design.

The Fairy Doors of Ann Arbor: As we walked through the town a friend pointed out some tiny painted doors known as the Fairy Doors. There are ten small doors on public buildings that started in 2005. Looking for them has become a cult following, so make sure to look down!!! Check out the map.