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visit michigan

Introduction

When tourists come to America, Michigan is not the first on their bucket list. Little do they know, however, that Michigan is home to majestic lakes, beautiful scenery, quaint villages, quirky locales, and gorgeous scenic hidden gems.
From the awesome Sleeping Bear Dunes, considered one of “America’s most beautiful places” and unexpectedly wild and untouched beaches to the charming and remote island of Mackinac to the vibrancy of Detroit, Michigan is an incredibly diverse state in terms of population and scenery.
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Sleeping Bear Dunes

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Sleeping Bear Dunes. Lake Michigan. Credit: Pure Michigan, K. Zimmerman.

Located on Lake Michigan’s Northeast coast, Sleeping Bear Dunes is 35 miles of sandy shorelines and 70,000 of protected wilderness on Michigan’s Leelanau Peninsula.

This part of Michigan was once voted the most beautiful place in America by ABC News and it certainly holds up to its reputation. The views of the turkoise Lake Michigan from these sandy dunes resemble the Pacific.
Whether you are looking for an active getaway or a relaxed vacation, this part of Michigan promises the perfect escape.

Mackinac Island

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Known as the jewel of the Great Lakes, Mackinac Island’s East Coast charm meets West Coast natural beauty. This historic island is truly special. No cars are allowed, meaning you can either bike around the island or enjoy a ride in a horse drawn carriage. Full of boutique historic hotels and adorable shops, this island has something for the entire family.

Renting a cabin in the Upper Peninsula

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If you are looking to truly disconnect from the world and to truly immerse yourself in nature, there is no better place than to rent a cabin in the Upper Peninsula. From gorgeous forests and stunning lakeshores and long and sandy beaches, and the most incredible stargazing, you will truly feel relaxed.

 

Founded by members of the Peugeot family in 1988, the Musée de l’Aventure Peugeot is a historical museum devoted to the renowned Peugeot automobile business.

Aventure Peugeot

From the beginnings of an industrial saga in the Montbeliard region to one of the most beautiful industrial affairs of France, this is the story of a family of men and women, who shaped a territory, the image of a brand with a roaring lion, who sets off to conquer the world.

Established from an association created by Pierre Peugeot, the Aventure Peugeot Museum exhibits more than 200 years of products ranging from handed tools, household goods, fashion accessories, cycles and automobiles.
An extraordinarily long adventure, still alive and fascinating to visitors.

The Museum

More than a museum, an adventure; more than an association, a passion; more than a story, a future
An exceptional place.

From saw blades, coffee, spice and grain grinders, sewing machines, tools, two-wheelers, automobiles from every era, newer sports vehicles and futuristic concept cars, from 1810 to today, the Musée Aventure Peugeot presents 210 years of industrial history that has its origins in the Montbéliard region and extends across the globe. Today the museum is comprised of nearly 8,000meters squared of exhibition space with its collection seen by more than 50,000 visitors each year.

There are plenty of reasons to come visit the Museum. From seeing vehicles used in movies, champion race cars, concept cars, limited edition Peugeot models, nocturnal visits, egg hunts and even Valentine’s day celebrations, there is plenty to see and do here.

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