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Slow down for a while, step back in time and experience the fascinating history of the towns and cities that dot the landscape of Michigan's first highway. Discover museums, classic diners, pristine lakes and the one of a kind special places that have drawn travelers here for centuries.

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Allen
Antique Capital of Michgan
Bronson
Gladiolus Capital of the United States
Buchanan
National Register of Historic Places
Clinton
Once the Greatest Trading Point in Michigan, West of Detroit
Coldwater
An Abundance Of Fishing Lakes
Dearborn
Home of the First Museum Devoted to Arab Americans
Motor City - History and Diversity
Edwardsburg
Charming Village Close To Indiana State Line
Galien
Emerald Green Pastures and Farmlands
Inkster
Motor Court Motel Capital
Irish Hills
A Slice of Vintage America
Jonesville
A Town With a Lot of 'Firsts'
Nicknamed 'Sleepy Hollow'
Mottville
A Delightful Stop in Historic St. Joseph County
New Buffalo
Gateway to Michigan
Niles
A Confluence of Transportation and Cultures
Quincy
Gateway to the Chain of Lakes
Saline
Salt Springs Attracted French Voyagers
Somerset Center
Home of McCourtie Park
Sturgis
The Electric City
The Town That Revolutionized The Corset Business
 
 
White Pigeon
Oldest Village in the State of Michigan
Ypsilanti
Named For Greek Hero

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