Ann Arbor's non-profit center for fine film and the performing arts
Great classic movie house showing great films, home to the film festival and art films. Just across the street from Ann Arbor’s iconic mural of famous figures. More films at the nearby State Theater is also great, recently updated in original Art Deco style.
The Michigan Theater is a fully restored 1900's movie theater with multiple viewing rooms. Popular movies as well as indie films are always showing. This is the perfect activity for a rainy or cold day.
The Michigan and State Theaters are fantastic. Historic buildings with concerts, independent films, international films, classics, speaker series, you name it and they have it!
Popular and historic place for unique films! You won't regularly find blockbusters here.
Historic downtown theater is absolutely beautiful, and home to the Ann Arbor Film Festival.
“The largest football stadium in the United States! Enjoy the games to the fullest!”
“UMMA is free to check out, always has an interesting exhibits. Plan on at least an hour to walk through. UMMA is on campus, easy walking distance to restaurants and shopping.”
“Best of the best! This deli has iconic status and the freshest tastes anywhere! One of our favs is Binny’s Brooklyn Reuben sandwich and the light fresh tasting Cyprus Salad. The coffee shop next door is also a favorite afternoon drop. Especially when their breakfast pastries are half off after 5pm!”
“Wonderful place to enjoy a nature walk. If you're lucky and come at the right time in the spring, check out the beautiful Peony Garden.”