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First off look for one of the edge of town parking places served by shuttle buses. You will be glad you did. $3 per person RT.
4 different fairs have partnered together to do a 4 day, 30 block art marathon. Do come prepared with...More
State Street is always fun to walk. There are commercial buildings (shops, restaurants, churches, etc.) as well as University structures such as the Art Museum, Student Union, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology and several others. State Street also has one of the entrances to Nickels Arcade,...More
Getting less personalized and more franchised in the store offerings. Still a few nice 'Ann Arbor' type stores left, but those are becoming scarce. Watch out for the students as they own the road, whether walking or riding on their bikes.
Ann Arbor is thought of mostly as a University town and it is, but there is a lot going on the districts about town, like State Street, Main Street and Kerrytown for example. Michigan Theater is here as well as the old, but grand Nickels...More
State Street is the primary street on the east end of Ann Arbor's business district. It is lined with shops and restaurants. It is not the only street. Side streets are just as busy forming a whole town at the edge of the University of...More
Decided to see areas of Ann Arbor while staying in the area. We walked to the Michigan Theater and decided to go from there to see the area and wound up along State Street. Enjoyed the shops. Got to go into M Den which was...More