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Guidebook for Ann Arbor

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Guidebook for Ann Arbor

Shopping
Produce, butcher, seafood markets plus wine store, restaurants and gift shops.
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Kerrytown Market & Shops
407 North 5th Avenue
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Produce, butcher, seafood markets plus wine store, restaurants and gift shops.
Parks & Nature
In hot weather you can go tubing, otherwise you can rent a kayak.
Argo Cascades
In hot weather you can go tubing, otherwise you can rent a kayak.
1 block away to explore the Huron River
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Argo Park
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1 block away to explore the Huron River
Arts & Culture
The Hall of Evolution on the second floor displays exhibits on evolution and prehistoric life, including fossils, models, and dioramas of dinosaurs, ancient whales, mastodons, and other organisms. It is the largest collection on prehistoric life in Michigan. The Michigan Wildlife Gallery on the third floor displays exhibits on birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, plants, and fungi native to the Great Lakes. There are taxidermy specimens, exhibits on habitats, and displays about regional environmental problems. A mastodon trackway, the largest on display in the world, is part of this exhibit. The Anthropology Displays feature exhibits on anthropology, and include artifacts from human cultures around the world. The Geology Displays on the fourth floor feature a collection of the several rocks and minerals.
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University of Michigan Museum of Natural History
1109 Geddes Ave
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The Hall of Evolution on the second floor displays exhibits on evolution and prehistoric life, including fossils, models, and dioramas of dinosaurs, ancient whales, mastodons, and other organisms. It is the largest collection on prehistoric life in Michigan. The Michigan Wildlife Gallery on the third floor displays exhibits on birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, plants, and fungi native to the Great Lakes. There are taxidermy specimens, exhibits on habitats, and displays about regional environmental problems. A mastodon trackway, the largest on display in the world, is part of this exhibit. The Anthropology Displays feature exhibits on anthropology, and include artifacts from human cultures around the world. The Geology Displays on the fourth floor feature a collection of the several rocks and minerals.
The University of Michigan Museum of Art, or UMMA in Ann Arbor, Michigan with 94,000 sq ft (8,700 m2) is one of the largest university art museums in the USA. Built as a war memorial in 1909 for the university's fallen alumni from the Civil War, Alumni Memorial Hall originally housed U-M's Alumni office along with the University's growing art collection. UMMA contains a comprehensive collection that represents more than 150 years at the University, with nearly 19,000 works of art that span cultures, eras, and media. The Museum's displays works by James McNeill Whistler, Franz Kline, Helen Frankenthaler, Pablo Picasso, Joshua Reynolds, Claude Monet, Max Beckmann, Walker Evans, Randolph Rogers, and Kara Walker, among many others.[1] In the spring of 2009, the Museum reopened after a major $41.9 million expansion and renovation designed by Brad Cloepfil and Allied Works Architecture, which more than doubled the size of the Museum.
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University of Michigan Museum of Art
525 South State Street
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The University of Michigan Museum of Art, or UMMA in Ann Arbor, Michigan with 94,000 sq ft (8,700 m2) is one of the largest university art museums in the USA. Built as a war memorial in 1909 for the university's fallen alumni from the Civil War, Alumni Memorial Hall originally housed U-M's Alumni office along with the University's growing art collection. UMMA contains a comprehensive collection that represents more than 150 years at the University, with nearly 19,000 works of art that span cultures, eras, and media. The Museum's displays works by James McNeill Whistler, Franz Kline, Helen Frankenthaler, Pablo Picasso, Joshua Reynolds, Claude Monet, Max Beckmann, Walker Evans, Randolph Rogers, and Kara Walker, among many others.[1] In the spring of 2009, the Museum reopened after a major $41.9 million expansion and renovation designed by Brad Cloepfil and Allied Works Architecture, which more than doubled the size of the Museum.
Drinks & Nightlife
Some nights are gay nights, but straight friendly for those with the right attitude.
Necto Nightclub
516 East Liberty Street
Some nights are gay nights, but straight friendly for those with the right attitude.
Mostly folk music here (with a history going back to the 1960's).
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The Ark
316 South Main Street
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Mostly folk music here (with a history going back to the 1960's).
This lounge is the best kept secret in Ann Arbor.
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Babs' Underground
213 South Ashley Street
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This lounge is the best kept secret in Ann Arbor.
Getting Around
Go to Chicago
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Ann Arbor
325 Depot Street
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Go to Chicago
You can also get the Michigan Flyer (bus) to Detroit Metro Airport.
Ann Arbor Amtrak Train Station
325 Depot St
You can also get the Michigan Flyer (bus) to Detroit Metro Airport.
Food Scene
Two blocks away, this is a 5 star deli, pricey, but wonderful.
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Zingerman's Delicatessen
422 Detroit Street
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Two blocks away, this is a 5 star deli, pricey, but wonderful.
Get great seafood in the former railway station one block away.
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Gandy Dancer
401 Depot Street
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Get great seafood in the former railway station one block away.