The Henry W. Baker House is a two story Italianate structure in Plymouth, Michigan. This house served as the residence of Henry W. Baker from 1875, till his death in 1919. This brick building has extended windows and doorways on the lower level and a pagoda-like structure on the top, among other features that set it apart. The house is a Michigan State Historic Site and on the National Register of Historic Places too.
4770 Waterford Road Clarkston, MI 48346 +1 248 623 0070
This racing facility is a road course that poses a challenge even to the most expert drivers. The course can also be hired privately for corporate as well as personal outings. Check website for details.
The Henry Ford Square House is a private residence that is a Michigan State Historic Site and is also on the National Register of Historic Places. This one and a half story house was built in 1888 out of timber by Henry Ford, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, who constructed it himself and lived here for two years.
1403 East Elm Avenue Monroe, MI 48162 +1 734 243 7136
Famous for being the War of 1812's only national battlefield site, River Raisin National Battlefield Park is an interesting way to learn about the 'Second War of Independence'. The museum at the visitor center contains numerous artifacts from the period, and the park, apart from the biking and walking trails, includes an interesting Heritage Trail.
2610 Biddle Avenue Wyandotte, MI 48192 +1 734 324 7297
Wyandotte Historical Museum is housed in the historic Marx House. Warren Isham was the original owner of the house. Since its construction in 1862, this Italianate building was the residence of many prominent Wyandotte citizens. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
2626 Poland Street Hamtramck, MI 48212 +1 313 871 2778
The St. Florian Roman Catholic Church has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1984. This Roman Catholic Church was constructed for Polish immigrants that had moved to Michigan due to the employment opportunities the booming automobile sector presented in the early 1900s. Ralph Adams Cram of Cram and Ferguson designed the church building in Late Gothic Revival, Bungalow or Craftsman and Polish Cathedral architectural style, winning him many awards for the same.
West Jefferson Avenue Berlin Charter Township, MI 48179
The Jefferson Avenue - Huron River and Harbin Drive - Silver Creek Canal Bridges are two different bridges that share a single railing. The former is a larger bridge of 165 feet (50 meters) length, which consists of a two lane road. Whereas, the latter is a smaller bridge of 45 feet (13 meters). They were listed on the National Register of Historic Places together on February 10, 2000.
Artesian Street Detroit, MI 48223 +1 313 202 1800(Tourist Information)
A historic neighborhood in north-western Detroit, the Rosedale Park is a National Register of Historic Places site since 2006. With 1533 structures, this neighborhood is one of the the largest historic districts in the sate of Michigan. Most of the houses in the area are brick houses and the first houses were designed by Albert Kahn in 1916. Subsequent additions were made to the district, where a combination of architectural styles like Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival, American Foursquare, Arts and Crafts, Dutch Colonial can be found among many others.
Arden Street Livonia, MI 48150 +1 313 202 1800(Tourist Information)
The Rosedale Gardens Historic District is a historic neighborhood registered under the National Register of Historic Places in 2010. Stretching across eight streets of Livonia in the state of Michigan, most of the houses are one and a half story tall. The dwellings were constructed 1925 and also feature beautiful lawn areas. Over the years, the residents of the district have formed a tight knit community and the neighborhood often organizes various events.
21950 Michigan Avenue Dearborn, MI 48124 +1 313 565 0844
Commandant's Quarters is located at Dearborn Arsenal, Michigan. It is a military structure and is one of the oldest and most significant landmarks there. In the 19th Century, this place was a supply depot for the Army to store, maintain and repair arms and ammunition. By 1830, the depot had to close down as the population of the city had grown and it was no longer safe to operate a depot. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 15, 1970.
The Detroit Princess riverboat is about everything grand! Docked on
the Detroit River near Hart Plaza, the ship undertakes both private as well as public cruises and offers separate private charterers too. The cruises are generally two to three ...
The Arab American National Museum, located just east of Detroit
in Dearborn, is devoted to educating people about Arab American culture and history. Exhibits include Coming to America and Living in America as well as other exhibits designed to ...
On Belle Isle, two cannons from the Battle of Lake
Erie mark the entrance to this marine branch of the Detroit Historical Museums. A visit affords a fascinating short course in Detroit's maritime history. Ship models on display range ...