If you’re new to our newsletter, we welcome you! We're excited to promote a #VisitAnnArbor gem, the University Musical Society, as well as lots of fun events and activities that highlight the fall colors and all the coziness that autumn brings.Whether you're a die-hard Wolverine Football fan, love the culinary arts, or appreciate artistic endeavors, you're sure to find something worth learning about in this month's Travel Insider.
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UMS will host a weekend residency featuring the New York Philharmonic. Events will include performances, lectures, and more. Leonard Bernstein's music will be a focus of the weekend.
Fall in the Ann Arbor area means apples, cider, and fresh doughnuts. It also means family outings to local cider mills, orchards, and farms.
Washtenaw County's Culinary History Tours feature foods and stories from the past. Recipes trace back to Native American and early European settlers, to the Abolitionist Movement, home life during WWII, up to the 20th century.
Whether you're a hiker or biker, runner or jogger, inline skater or stroller pusher, you'll want to check out Washtenaw County's Border-to-Border Trail linking the open spaces of the Huron River Greenway.
U-M fans have tailgating down to an art. We've got plenty of tips to help you plan the perfect game day. Discover how to get there, where to go once you're there, and what to do after the big game.