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Ann Arbor Visitor Resources
Welcome to Ann Arbor, Michigan!
Nexus Office Locations
Lifelong Learning Building - Traverwood Office
2401 Plymouth Road, Suite A/B,
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Chrysler Center Office and Studio - North Campus
2121 Bonisteel Boulevard,
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Hampton Inn Ann Arbor-North
Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW)
Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) is located approximately 30 minutes from Ann Arbor.
U-M reserves the right to amend its programs as necessary due to insufficient enrollment or unforeseen events. In the event of a program cancellation, participants will be notified via email or phone and will be given the option for a full refund or to transfer their registration to another course. U-M is not responsible for costs incurred by registrants (e.g., non-refundable airfare, hotel charges, etc.). Therefore, we recommend that you purchase refundable airline tickets.
Food & Drink Recommendations
Address: 422 Detroit St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Zingerman’s might be the best deli you’ve ever experienced. This “corner deli” has spent 20 years searching out a bounty of flavorful foods. Rated “extraordinary” by ZAGAT 2006: “a national treasure that locals laud as the best deli in America”.
Address: 300 S Ashley St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
An Ann Arbor institution! Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner; open 24 hours. A favorite of actress Drew Barrymore while filming “Whip It!” The hippest little diner in Michigan!
Address: 314 E Liberty St , Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Variety of Mediterranean specialties including kabobs, hummus, lamb chops, and more.
Address: 3153 Ann Arbor Saline Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Serving up original Detroit Style pizza for over 70 years! Also serving made-from-scratch soups and Antipasto salad. Dedicated and hardworking staff who take pride in tradition.
Things to do in Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor is a destination for arts and culture going back decades, exemplified by the host of award-winning museums in the area. Visual art enthusiasts will fall in love with the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA). The University of Michigan Museum of Natural History preserves the past, shows off the latest in scientific research, and offers interactive exhibits and a state-of-the-art planetarium.
Michigan athletic teams have claimed more than 50 national championships in 12 sports over the years, beginning with football’s 1901 national title. Since then, Wolverine dynasties have developed in football, men’s swimming and diving and ice hockey. In fact, no other NCAA Division I program boasts more national titles in hockey or men’s swimming and diving than the Wolverines.
Each district and neighborhood bring something unique to the table. The historic Kerrytown District is home to the Ann Arbor farmer’s market, weekly artisan market, and eclectic shops like Found gallery. Check out the State Street District or Main Street Area, ranked one of the best streets in America by Fodor’s Travel, both full of gift spots, unique galleries, and so much more. Get in your window-shopping and coffee fix at Literati, recently named the 2019 Publishers Weekly Bookstore of the Year.