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Attractions in Central East Michigan

Whether you all ready live in Michigan or are one of many visitors to the state, the central east side of Michigan has so much to offer the vacationer.






City Hall & Bell Tower
989-893-1222
301 Washington Avenue
Bay City, MI 48708
(Circa 1895) The council chamber has a 31-foot-long woven tapestry depicting history of Bay City. You can see a view of city and its waterway from bell tower. (Monday-Friday; closed holidays)

Scottish Rite Cathedral
989-893-3700
614 Center Avenue
Bay City, MI

Tobico Marsh
989-684-3020
Killarney Beach Road
Bay City, MI
Tobico Marsh contains the largest inland lake in Bay County. It contains more than 1300 acres of wetland including wet prairie, shrub, and cattail marsh and more than two hundred species of birds.

Bonner's Christmas Wonderland
989-652-9931
25 Christmas Lane
Frankenmuth, MI 48734
Bonner's is the world's largest Christmas store with more than 50,000 gifts and trims.

Chippewa Nature Center
989-631-0830
400 S Badour Road
Midland, MI
Chippewa Nature Center is a private nature center, open to the public year-round. Its mission is to help people enjoy and learn about the environment, as well as to inspire and teach them how to be responsible stewards of the land, water and air.

Dow Gardens
989-631-2677
Eastman & W St Andrews
Midland, MI
Started in 1899 by Herbert Dow, founder of The Dow Chemical Company. The gardens are now over 110 acres with tours every Friday

Midland Center for the Arts
989-631-5930
1801 W St Andrews
Midland, MI
Represents community-based programs, professional programs, presentations and tours, exhibits, lectures, fairs, and film with arts

Deer Acres Storybook Amusement Park
989-879-2849
2346 N Huron
Pinconning, MI 48650
A storybook theme park with life-sized Mother Goose characters, picnic area, train rides, petting zoo, safari ride, antique car rides, a ferris wheel and a carousel

Sanilac Petroglyph's State Historic Site
517-373-0510
1775 Port Austin
Port Austin, MI 48467
Etched by unknown prehistoric artists into a sandstone outcrop, these rock carvings known as petroglyphs, were discovered after massive forest fires through Lower Peninsula in 1881

Anderson Water Park
& Wave Pool
989-759-1386
Rust Avenue & Fordney Street
Saginaw, MI

Children's Zoo
989-759-1408

1730 S Washington
Saginaw, MI 48601


Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Gallery
989-790-5667
2250 Pierce Road
Saginaw, MI

Japanese Cultural Center and Tea House
989-759-1648
527 Ezra Rust Drive
Saginaw, MI 48601
Built in 1985-86 as a symbol of friendship and cultural exchange with Saginaw's Sister City, Tokushima, Japan. It is one of a very few authentic Japanese teahouses in the United States








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