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Tours in Michigan starting from $3,176

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Michigan Tours

Michigan Fun Facts

Michigan has the only floating post office in the world.  It’s been delivering mail to ships at sea for 125 years.

Detroit is considered the car capital of the world.

The University of Michigan, established in 1817, was the first university in the United States.

The Kellogg Company was founded in Battle Creek by the Kellogg brothers.

Vernors ginger ale was the first soda pop made in the United States.

Why go on a Michigan Tour?

Surfing beaches, sandstone cliffs, forests, museums, nightclubs, and hip restaurants all define Michigan.  Surrounded by the Great Lakes, you will find miles of beaches to enjoy in this state.  Outdoor activities are popular ways to pass time: from biking, boating, camping and fishing, to skiing and snowmobiling.  In Pontiac, the Route 66 Hall of Fame and Museum contains artifacts such as maps, postcards, photos, and murals from ‘The Mother Road.’  The University of Michigan, one of the top universities in the world, is located in Ann Arbor.  The graffiti-clad city of Detroit is always bustling with things to do.  From the Motown museum, the Henry Ford Museum, the Detroit Institute of Arts, the popular Greektown district, sports games, markets, and the many festivals taking place, this vibrant metropolitan area is home to many attractions.  Michigan (aka “Motor City”) is in the process of being revitalized; several new hotels, galleries, restaurants, and shopping spaces are being created to attract visitors.  Detroit also has a strong musical background. It was the backdrop of Berry Gordy Jr.’s Motown movement, and is the hometown of Aretha Franklin, Diana Ross, and Madonna.

When is the best time to go?

The North American International Auto Show takes place in January for those interested in the auto industry.  Otherwise, summertime is a better time to visit.  The Woodward Dream Cruise celebration takes place every August to celebrate the automobile with parades, food, and music and during Labour Day weekend is the Detroit International Jazz Festival.  Detroit averages -5°C in January and 22°C in July while colder temperatures prevail in the northern regions.

Call 1-800-665-4981 to speak with a travel agent for more information about our Michigan tour options.