From fine dining to football tailgates, Ann Arbor is a lively city with many different activities and attractions to choose from each day.
Ann Arbor was founded in 1824 and the University of Michigan was established in the city in 1837.
The UM campus is divided into four main areas and the physical infrastructure includes more than 500 major buildings.
Ann Arbor offers dozens of theaters, performances, clubs, and annual events for both students and families to enjoy.
Sport activities in Ann Arbor are not to Saturday football games. Students, faculty, and staff can pick from dozens of intramural, club sport, and drop-in activities.
Three hospitals, some 40 health centers, 120 outpatient clinics, the U-M Medical School, and the U-M School of Nursing comprise the University of Michigan Health System.
Restaurants in Ann Arbor range from diners to steakhouses, sophisticated martini bars to cultural foods.
Between the city and the University, Ann Arbor has an astonishing wealth of libraries and museums that entertain all interests.
Ann Arbor contains 157 municipal parks ranging from small neighborhood green spots to large recreation areas such as the Nichols Arboretum.
Ann Arbor experiences every season, from beautiful, warm summers to snowy, cool winters.
The city is easily accessible by major highways, city and University buses, Amtrak trains, and the nearby Detroit Metro airport