Michigan Must-See Places

The Student Blogging Challenge, Week 2, asked us to share about our area for new blogging friends to learn a little about life where we live. If you come to Michigan, here are some of our favorite places that we think you’d like to see. 

Michigan Must See


Our state’s capital. You can see the capitol building’s beautiful architecture and take a tour of the House and Senate galleries.


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Visit any of our 3,200 miles of fresh water coastline. We have an abundance of beautiful beaches. We also have 11,000 inland lakes.



Mackinac Bridge

Pronounced “Mack-i-naw,” this bridge connects Michigan’s lower and upper peninsula. The Mackinac Bridge is the longest suspension bridge in the western hemisphere and the third longest in the world at 26,372 feet. That’s 5 miles long!

Mackinac Bridge

Soo Locks

The “Soo Locks” in Sault Ste. Marie are the connection between Lake Huron and Lake Superior. These locks are important because the 2 lakes are at different elevations. Large freighters enter the locks and rise and fall 21 feet, changing the elevation safely so they can continue on their journey.

Soo Locks


Michigan Adventure

This is Michigan’s largest amusement and water park. It has rollercoaster’s and water rides making summer days, super fun!
Michigan Adventure

Ok, so those are 2 cute kids, but it shows a Michigan Adventure rollercoaster in the background. ;)


Detroit Zoo

This is another summertime favorite of ours. Here you can feed the giraffes and walk through the polar bear tunnel. The zoo has more than 2,600 animals of 265 species.



Sleeping Bear Dunes

This is part of Michigan’s more than 300,000 acres of sand dunes. Located on Lake Michigan’s eastern coastline, it was named, “The Most Beautiful Place in America,” by Good Morning America.

Playing on the Dunes

The Henry Ford

This museum collects American history. When you visit here, you’ll find inventions and exhibits over 300 years of American life.

1858 Rogers Locomotive

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Comerica Park

This is the home of our Major League Baseball Team, the Detroit Tigers. There is also a carousel, ferris wheel, and games for some extra fun.
Here’s a 360 Cities peek around the main entrance to the stadium in downtown Detroit. Click on the photo, then hold and drag to spin and take a look around.

Comerica Park. Main Entrance 1 in USA


Have you visited any of these places before?

Do you have something similar where you live?

Which place might you like to visit?

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6 thoughts on “Michigan Must-See Places

  1. Dear Techie Kids,
    I really like how much information you have for Michigan.
    I think Michigan is a great place to live.
    I wonder if I will ever get to go to Comerica park.
    My teacher recognizes those cute kids in your Michigan Adventure picture. :)

    Ms. Seitz’s Class

  2. Dear Techie Kids,
    I really like that you can move around on the Comerica Park thing.
    I think that it was cool.
    I wonder how many kids in your class have been to Comerica Park? I have been there 4 times.

    Ms. Seitz’s Class

  3. Dear Techie Kids,
    I really like how you made it
    I think that this is cool
    I wonder how you made it

    Ms Seitz’s Class

  4. Dear Dakota,

    We saw your wonderful comment you left us. I saw that you said “I think Michigan is a great place to live.” We also think Michigan is a great place to live too.

    You wonder if you will ever go to Comerica Park. If you ever do, it is an awesome place to go. They are the first baseball team to play this year. I have something to ask you. Have you ever seen the Detroit Tigers play on television?

    From your blogging buddy,
    And the Techie kids

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