Springtime is coming, and Ann Arbor, Michigan is quite beautiful this time of year. If you’re traveling to the area, there are plenty of exciting sites to see. Here are a few places to consider visiting this spring, in Ann Arbor:
Ray Fisher Stadium
One of the most popular sports in America is baseball, and it’s in season in the spring. If you’re ready to cheer on the Michigan Wolverines as they compete against other college teams, then visiting the Ray Fisher Stadium should be on your bucket list. The stadium has been renovated multiple times, but it’s open for the 2023 season! You can also take a ride to downtown Detroit, which is roughly 45 minutes from Ann Arbor, if you like the big leagues and catch the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park on opening day!
Matthaei Botanical Gardens
Located near the University of Michigan, the Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum is home to public trails, a conservatory, and wildlife. It’s also a great place to reserve for a wedding. Since the weather gets better in the springtime, it’s the perfect time to visit this spot. There are lots of beautiful flowers to see, so if you’re ready to see Michigan in bloom, check out one of these spots.
The city of Ann Arbor, Michigan is home to Gallup Park, which is a 69-acre park. With views of the Huron River at the park, it’s a beautiful site to see. You can walk on the pedestrian trails and bridges, exercise, go cycling, rollerblade, enjoy birdwatching or see the Geddes Pond, which is another beautiful attraction in the park. There are also playgrounds, picnic tables, grills, concession stands, a coffee shop, heated restrooms and free Wi-Fi at Gallup Park. Seasonal kayaking, canoeing, and paddle boat rentals are available too during warmer months. For nature lovers who are visiting Ann Arbor, Gallup Park is a must-visit.