The most tourist visited place in North America is Michigan the beautiful state of great lakes. The sates have a diverse history, landscape, fabulous food, majestic lakes and the fabled city Detroit. There are several opportunities for the visitors to feel the nature and especially shores of the lakes that contain freshwater dunes and coastal habitats away from the sea.
The folks looking for a fast pace, Detroit is the place for them, who work hard and embrace the designation of a Motor city, top tourist destination and rich culture.
The period when there was no cars and buses, the Mackinac Island offer that look. The place is enriching with historic period and simpler way of life. The tourists visit the island through ferry and roam to shops of old town, take horse-drawn carriage, hiking. The Mackinac Bridge was opened in 1957 to join Lower Peninsula with the Upper Peninsula at St. Ignace. However, there is Mackinac Bridge Museum that is interesting and original artifacts of Mighty Mac.
Visitors can enjoy the diverse environment by visiting the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. The park has a Japanese Garden with twin waterfalls that enhance the park. The Lena Meijer Conservatory has five stories that have exotic plants in the month of March and April. You can see the sculptures from the outdoor and indoor spaces.
The park is near the northwestern lake that is near to the Canadian frontier. The park is shaped as an Ice Age glaciers with 4square-mile islands that contain many dense forests, lakes and streams, the variation of wildlife like moose, foxes, otters, ospreys and more. This is the best for those who have a love for the remote wilderness experience. You can explore the park through boat trips, hiking that usually moves from Houghton or Copper Harbor, Grand Portage or Michigan, Minnesota.
From the earliest culture the Detroit institute of arts is known as an expansive collection of humanity. People from every corner represent the hard work in more than a hundred galleries.
After that the tourists must visit beautiful architecture at the Detroit public library and just with few steps there is Woodward Avenue to the Detroit Historical Museum which implies the motor city and birthplace of the Motown sound.
The pictured Rocks National Seashore gets its name from copper color, manganese oxide, and iron rocks. The Seashore has a landscape which is a mix of cliffs, dunes, and rocky shoreline.
If we see the indoor of the seashore it is covered with inland lakes and rivers. Tourists come here to enjoy nature such as hiking, boating, and camping. Adjacent to it there is popular outdoor enthusiasts.
The Detroit Zoo has an immense variety of animals with multiple habitats. The zoo also has houses reptile and amphibian with the fine art collection. Same as the Binder Park Zoo offers a vintage train ride along with wilderness tram.