Planning a Midwest vacation? Reserve a Michigan car rental today as part of your travel plans. Michigan has a variety of activities, ranging from professional sporting events, arts and entertainment to as an array of outdoor activities to fit every budget!
No Michigan vacation would be complete without visiting Motown. Explore the Detroit arts, and culture scene at one of the world-class institutions throughout the downtown district. Enjoy sweet melodies, and harmonic sounds at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra or watch a classic love story unfold at the Detroit Opera House. There are many museums located in Detroit, including:
- Detroit Institute of Arts
- Charles H. Wright Museum of African History
No matter what season you plan on visiting, there will always be a sporting event going on in this fan-crazed city. Catch a baseball game as you watch the Detroit Tigers battle it out to the 9th inning stretch during your spring or summer vacation. Head on over to Ford Field to watch the Detroit Lions score a touchdown, or the Detroit Pistons score the final basket for the win. During the winter, the Detroit Red Wings get down and dirty on the ice, so come prepared!
Take a Trip Back in Time
If food, drinks and outdoor activities are a must-have element of your Michigan vacation, look no further than Grand Rapids. Get outdoors and explore the Grand Rapids wine tour, beer, and heritage tours. Explore the various wineries just outside the city limits of Grand Rapids.
Drive along the scenic beaches just outside of town to discover the delectable wines from the vineyards located along the sandy shores of Michigan. If you want to explore the city, park your Michigan rental car and bar hop around the downtown area. Grand Rapids is home to Founders, ranked the third best brewery in the world! Or try the on-tap beer at HopCat, the number one ranked brewpub in the United States.
Take a break from partying and discover the rich heritage of Grand Rapids during your visit. Admire the beautiful architecture, including Frank Lloyd Wright's Meyer May House among many other century old mansions in the Heritage Hill Historic District.
Learn about the early settlers of Michigan on Windmill Island. The 240-year-old working windmill and 36 acres of gardens, canals and picnic areas are dedicated to the region's Dutch heritage. You can also travel back in time while visiting the General R. Ford Museum. Take a tour to see an exact replica of the oval office circa 1970s.