2100 W. Wackerly St.
Midland, MI 48640
Phone: (989) 837-1010
Fax: (989) 837-2470
The Bradley Home Museum is located inside a Gothic Cottage-style home. Every visitor is given a tour by a friendly guide. Colorful, old fashioned gardens, including a heritage rose garden, surround the home. A Carriage House, with antique sleighs, carriages and a working blacksmith forge, is just a few step away.
Dow Gardens is located in Midland, Michigan. It is a verdant botanical garden that is a must-visit when in town. It was established by Herbert Dow, the founder of The Dow Chemical Company in 1899. The beautiful landscape is spread over 110 acres (45 hectares) and is home to more than 1700 varieties of plants.
The Alden B. Dow Home & Studio invites you through the architectural studio and private residence of noted 20th century architect Alden B. Dow. Hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This spacious park is where the go to locals to enjoy the wonderful weather during the spring and summer months in Midland. From dog walkers to picnic-ers, Chippewassee Park is perfect for a few hours of fresh air and outdoor fun.
The Three-way bridge or the Tridge is an iconic footbridge in Midland. Established in 1981, the Tridge, located in Downtown Midland, is surrounded by two important parks - Chippewassee and St. Charles. Overlooking the meeting point of the Chippewa and Tittabawassee rivers, the Tridge is a much popular tourist attraction. The photogenic three span bridge makes for great pictures and even greater visits.
Chippewa Nature Center is a private nature center, open to the public year-round. Its mission is to help people enjoy and learn about the environment, as well as to inspire and teach them how to be responsible stewards of the land, water and air.
Captain Dave's is home to the Roll Arena and the The Wheelhouse Grill. The Roll Arena offers public skating, private skating, holiday skate specials, a cafe, arcade games, inline hockey competition, and an inline speed skating team.
The John Pratt Mosaic House is a local folk art located on Isabella Road in Midland, MI. Designed by John Pratt, a designer who battled schizophrenia at the peak of his career, the mosaic is embedded on the exterior facade of Pratt's family home. After Pratt started recovering from the dreadful mental illness, he began working on the mosaic as a private project. Made up of colorful pieces of glass that he collected, the artwork depicts many motifs and articulate designs. The house is now managed by Creative 360 Inc. who also conducts regular tours here.
National Guard recruitment services are located in this building.
Wenonah Park is located in downtown Bay City. The main attraction here is the amphitheater that hosts various live performances throughout the year.
The Delta College Planetarium aims to be both entertaining and educational. You can visit to catch a screening or host a birthday party or special event here.
Located on the bank of the Saginaw River, the Saginaw River Rear Range Lighthouse was built in 1867 to replace the original one that had fallen into disrepair. Deactivated in 1960, and then abandoned by the Coast Guard, the lighthouse was left to vandals. Currently its under construction to turn it into a museum and can only be viewed by boat as the lighthouse sits on private property.