Experience the Best of Michigan USA: Discover Detroit and Beyond


The wolverine state was admitted into the state union on January 26, 1837 as the 26th state. Étienne Brulé of France was the first European to arrive on the land in 1618, meanwhile the people living there then were the Indian tribes. Due to the French - Indian wars, Great Britain overtook the land in 1763. The US government then took most part of the Michigan land after the Revolutionary war in 1812. Michigan is bordered by four great lakes and divided into two peninsulas, known as the upper peninsular and lower peninsula linking Michigan and Huron lakes and the two parts of the state is connected by the world's longest suspension bridges known as Mackinac Bridge. Detroit is the largest city in Michigan followed by other cities like Grand Rapids, Warren, Sterling Heights, Ann Arbor, Lansing, Flint, Dearborn, Livonia, and Westland among others. Michigan is 56,804 sq mi. in land area with over 83 counties and over 10 million people in population as at 2024 making it the 10th most populous state in America. Michigan is the home to America Auto products located in Detroit, as the state is known to be a leader in the production of motors and motor parts and also into the production of various machine tools, Michigan is also known for its forest reserve as it contribute largely to the state's economy. The state is also known for commercial and sport fishing. Michigan also have inland lakes and great lakes.

Michigan is a lovely state to visit with interesting landmarks which includes Air Zoo which serves as an aviation museum and an indoor amusement park; Big Bay Point Light, talking of a lighthouse with breakfast and bed, Big Bay Point Light is the only operational one; Fox Theatre, a center for performing arts with 5048 seats; US. National Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame, this building houses a lot and collections of artifact; The Henry Ford museum named after Henry Ford; Nichols Arboretum located in Washtenaw County; Michigan State Capitol which is 267 feet tall to the tip located in Ingham County; Mackinac Island State Park, a recognized national park which is the second to be created in the state; Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum; Gilmore Car Museum, A museum that has collection of vintage automobiles.

Living in Michigan will just be an experience and a decision you won't regret you made. Watching the sunset on a beautiful summer evening is one of the things you will love in Michigan, the northern part of Michigan is quite beautiful. In Michigan, lakes are always closer to you than you thought, the people in the state are just lovely, as there are also friendly strangers everywhere, so relating with them won't be a problem. When living in Michigan, you can decide to go on a summer vacation to cedar point or maybe Mackinac Island. Living in the state makes you enjoy all available four seasons. Michigan coffee is also something you will want to taste, there are lot of county fairs and festival annually which you will definitely enjoy. Hence, there is never a dull moment in the state.

Back to map