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Guidebook for Ann Arbor

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Guidebook for Ann Arbor

Shopping
Cafes, Salads, Pizza, Chinese & Indian food, Asian market, Drug Store and more. Across the street is the Traver Mall with a supermarket, another cafe, Soup/sandwich and sub shops, Fedex/Kinkos, more Pizza and fast food
Plymouth Road Mall
2739 Plymouth Road
Cafes, Salads, Pizza, Chinese & Indian food, Asian market, Drug Store and more. Across the street is the Traver Mall with a supermarket, another cafe, Soup/sandwich and sub shops, Fedex/Kinkos, more Pizza and fast food
Kroger Deli
2641 Plymouth Rd
Parks & Nature
There is a nice trail around a large pond where you can see cranes and turtles. You don't have to cross any streets to get there! A few blocks further away is a larger park (Sugarbush) with more open grassy areas. The nearby school has tennis courts, too.
Thurston Pond Trail
There is a nice trail around a large pond where you can see cranes and turtles. You don't have to cross any streets to get there! A few blocks further away is a larger park (Sugarbush) with more open grassy areas. The nearby school has tennis courts, too.
Trails, hot-houses and more
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Matthaei Botanical Gardens
1800 North Dixboro Road
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Trails, hot-houses and more
Explore one of the richest landscapes in the region, as well as a complex glacial topography that presents vast panoramas, broad valleys and intimate dales and glens.
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Nichols Arboretum
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Explore one of the richest landscapes in the region, as well as a complex glacial topography that presents vast panoramas, broad valleys and intimate dales and glens.
Arts & Culture
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University of Michigan Museum of Art
525 South State Street
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Entertainment & Activities
When it opened in 1913, Hill Auditorium was hailed as a 'monument to perfect acoustics.' The excellent acoustics, a result of collaboration by architect Albert Kahn with noted acoustical engineer Hugh Tallant, are known world-wide and have made the auditorium a favorite venue for legions of famous musicians and other artists, as well as numerous noted speakers. The iconic Burton Tower, one of the University's key landmarks, houses the Charles Baird Carillon. It's the third heaviest in the world, contains 53 bells cast in 1936 by the John Taylor & Co. Bellfoundry in Loughborough, England. The largest bell, which strikes the hour, weighs 12 tons, and the smallest bell, 4 1/2 octaves higher, weighs 15 pounds. In 2011, the carillon underwent a complete restoration, returning the original highest two octaves of bells and the original clavier. Thirty-minute recitals are performed on the Charles Baird Carillon at noon every weekday that classes are in session.
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Hill Auditorium
825 North University Avenue
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When it opened in 1913, Hill Auditorium was hailed as a 'monument to perfect acoustics.' The excellent acoustics, a result of collaboration by architect Albert Kahn with noted acoustical engineer Hugh Tallant, are known world-wide and have made the auditorium a favorite venue for legions of famous musicians and other artists, as well as numerous noted speakers. The iconic Burton Tower, one of the University's key landmarks, houses the Charles Baird Carillon. It's the third heaviest in the world, contains 53 bells cast in 1936 by the John Taylor & Co. Bellfoundry in Loughborough, England. The largest bell, which strikes the hour, weighs 12 tons, and the smallest bell, 4 1/2 octaves higher, weighs 15 pounds. In 2011, the carillon underwent a complete restoration, returning the original highest two octaves of bells and the original clavier. Thirty-minute recitals are performed on the Charles Baird Carillon at noon every weekday that classes are in session.
The Big House needs little in way of an introduction. It's the largest stadium in America and the 2nd largest in the world. It holds attendance records for football, soccer and hockey. Come see (to quote from Bob Ufer) "the hole Yost dug, Canham carpeted and Bo fill[ed] every week"... to this very day. 107,601 fans can't be wrong. Go Blue!!
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Michigan Stadium
1201 South Main Street
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The Big House needs little in way of an introduction. It's the largest stadium in America and the 2nd largest in the world. It holds attendance records for football, soccer and hockey. Come see (to quote from Bob Ufer) "the hole Yost dug, Canham carpeted and Bo fill[ed] every week"... to this very day. 107,601 fans can't be wrong. Go Blue!!
Getting Around
From Metro Airport take the Michigan Flyer shuttle bus
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Blake Transit Center
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From Metro Airport take the Michigan Flyer shuttle bus