PLACES TO VISIT IN ANN ARBOR BYTHESIDEWALK FOOD TOURS ANN ARBOR

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Going to Michigan, Ann Arbor and don’t Know where to go? Here are some wonderful places you have to visit in Ann Arbor. Discover the best of Ann Arbor. The food is awesome in the city. By the side walk is a food tour organizer in Ann Arbor will help you to get the best of it.

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www.bythesidewalk.com Places To Visit In Ann Arbor

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www.bythesidewalk.com Ann Arbor is a city west of Detroit, in the Midwestern state of Michigan. It’s home to the sprawling University of Michigan, known for its research programs. The University of Michigan Museum of Art displays works from around the globe and spanning centuries. Science-focused attractions in the city include the Museum of Natural History, with kid-friendly interactive exhibits.

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www.bythesidewalk.com Michigan Stadium

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www.bythesidewalk.com Nicknamed ‘The Big House’, Michigan Stadium is the largest stadium in the United States and the second largest in the world, seating crowds of up to 115,000 people. Built in 1927, the stadium has played host to a variety of sports games, including college football, lacrosse, and hockey, as well as being the venue for the University of Michigan's main graduation ceremonies.

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www.bythesidewalk.com Law Quadrangle

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www.bythesidewalk.com The Law Quad is probably the University of Michigan's single greatest architectural achievement. It is one of the most attractive places on campus and a big selling point when prospective law students come to Ann Arbor. Cook died in 1930, three years before the project was completed. The Cook Law Quadrangle, as it is officially known, is made up of Hutchins Hall, the John P. Cook dormitory, the Lawyers Club dormitory, and the Legal Research Building.

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www.bythesidewalk.com University of Michigan Museum of Natural History

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www.bythesidewalk.com The University Of Michigan Museum Of Natural History is a part of the university’s College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. Found on the university’s Central Campus, the museum is made up of 22,000 square feet of exhibit area and shares this space with three research museums.

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www.bythesidewalk.com Kerry Town

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www.bythesidewalk.com Kerry town is a historic district in Ann Arbor that is renowned for its quaint brick streets, vibrant culture and a diverse array of shops. Named after County Kerry in Ireland, Kerry town was established as part of the original town of Ann Arbor and was later meticulously restored to its former glory into what it is today.

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www.bythesidewalk.com The Creature Conservancy

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www.bythesidewalk.com The Creature Conservancy is an animal rescue and educational organization dedicated to rescuing animals and getting the community involved by educating them about the animals.

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www.bythesidewalk.com Hudson Mills Metro park

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www.bythesidewalk.com 1,549-acre park has an 18-hole golf course, disc golf courses, picnic areas, swings and slides, softball diamonds, hike-bike trail, nature trails, river fishing, tennis and basketball courts, and cross country skiing and snowshoeing.

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www.bythesidewalk.com Gallup Park

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www.bythesidewalk.com Gallup Park is a 69-acre park and is Ann Arbor’s most popular recreation area. It is located along the Huron River and Geddes Pond with scenic walkways that traverse small islands with bucolic pedestrian bridges. The park contains two playgrounds, a canoe livery, picnic areas and grills scattered throughout the park, two picnic shelters, open field for play, and over three miles of asphalt trails that are popular for biking, rollerblading, walking and running.

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www.bythesidewalk.com Ann Arbor Farmers Market

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www.bythesidewalk.com The Ann Arbor Farmers Market is proud to bring farm-fresh produce to the community every week of the year. The gathering place for more than 100 local businesses, the producer-only market offers native plants, artisanal yogurt, cheese and baked goods, fresh-picked vegetables, slow-roasted coffee beans, fermented sauerkraut and Sriracha , cut flowers, hardwood cutting boards and planters, premier Michigan fruits and nuts, maple syrup and so much more.​

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www.bythesidewalk.com Take A Food Tours

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www.bythesidewalk.com Ann Arbor has a diverse international food scene, offering fare ranging from authentic Ethiopian cuisine to scrumptious Eastern European food, and from award-winning Italian restaurants to delicious American classics.  Enjoy all the delicious stops along the way on Food Tours , and feel completely at ease in the comfort of your own group.

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www.bythesidewalk.com By The Side Walk Food Tours will provide you best food tours in Ann Arbor. For more information visit our website

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