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Welcome to the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area! Whether you are in town for business, vacation, or visiting friends or family, or attending one of our many festivals, fairs, or sporting events, we hope you have an enjoyable visit.

You will find a vast assortment of things to do in the area. Over 300 restaurants are here--from the state's finest dining to late-night coney islands, from Middle Eastern to Vietnamese. There is a wealth of shopping, first-rate museums, galleries, theaters, and clubs offering everything from classical music to plays to rock bands. Outdoor enthusiasts can take part in all kinds of sports and recreational activities in our beautiful parks. Sports lovers will find top-quality teams and exciting action at both the University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University.

Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti also host fascinating special events throughout the year. Every summer, visitors from around Michigan and beyond flock to the Ann Arbor Art Fair and Summer Festival, while the Ypsilanti Heritage Festival and Michigan Elvisfest draw crowds to downtown Ypsilanti and Depot Town.

Enjoy your stay, and please visit us again soon!




 


 
 
 
 

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