Michigan contains a variety of notable urban centers and small towns.
Detroit is Michigan's largest city and part of a major metropolitan area. For decades it was the center of the American auto industry.
Grand Rapids is a growing western Michigan city known for manufacturing, health care, and craft beer brewing.
Ann Arbor is home to the University of Michigan and has a thriving culture centered around education and technology.
Located on Grand Traverse Bay, Traverse City is a resort and adventure tourism destination.
Mackinac Island is a scenic, historic small island in Lake Huron popular for its Victorian charm and ban on automobiles.
Dearborn has major historic attractions like The Henry Ford complex and Greenfield Village.
Michigan's diverse cities and towns reflect its rich history, natural wonders, industries, and innovations.