Lake sturgeons are a threatened species and most of those still roaming the Great Lakes are found in the St. Clair River.
This exhibition celebrates one of the Detroit Institute of Art’s most iconic paintings, Pieter Bruegel’s “The Wedding Dance” (1566) on the occasion of the 450th anniversary of the artist’s death.
This exhibition features over 100 design objects drawn from GRAM’s permanent collection together with select loans. On view are furniture, glassware, ceramics and industrial design objects.
Makings its Midwest debut at Henry Ford Museum, this exhibit features more than 300 artifacts, from comics to film, including some of Marvel’s most sought-after pages, costumes and props.
Indulge in your favorite vino all month long or find a new one during this celebration of the region’s wine country. Special wine tastings, lodging packages and culinary events to suit every taste.
The largest collection of heirloom peonies in North America bloom Memorial Day through mid-June. The garden comes alive in spring with as many as 10,000 blossoms at peak.
Historic White Pine Village hosts educational and fun-filled days, providing students with a chance to encounter our pioneer past, visit historic buildings and participate in hands-on history.
Meet at the trail head at the Arch Rock Bicycle Trail for a 1:30 p.m. free guided hike along the beautiful Mackinac Island Botanical Trail.
Belle Isle transforms into a speedway as cars of the NTT IndyCar Series, the IMSA Championship and the Trans Am Series go full throttle in live race action. Fan zone, live music, autograph sessions and interactive games make this fun for the whole family.
Kick off planting season with educational information on native plant gardening and pick up ferns, trees, shrubs, vines and wildflowers that are native to Michigan at Chippewa Nature Center.