Saline in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Movie Theaters. Discover best things to do in Saline with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Saline
5 based on 18 reviews
Very comfy reclining chairs. Because of this, even the front row is a good seat. It is very cold in there -- bring a blanket. To get snacks, there is one line to order food, another line to pay, another line to serve yourself your drink, and a separate area for alcoholic drinks. I cannot fathom why they think this is a better system as it is extremely slow and inefficient even when you are the only person in line(s).
4.5 based on 621 reviews
this place is huge and holds more people than there are in my hometown. Cannot beat the experience of going here!
4.5 based on 215 reviews
Although undergoing some landscape renovations, the Law School Quad is worth walking through. Make sure to visit the Law Library, which extends several floors underground in the expansion from about 1980. It is wonderful to walk below and see the grand architecture looming above. The Great Hall is also wonderful--reminds me of some of the great universities of Europe.
4.5 based on 547 reviews
The University's beautiful campus includes many fine museums and facilities for its enrollment of 36,000.
I lived in Ann Arbor for 12 years. I went to undergrad and grad school at UM and loved my time there. The SNRE, PitE, SoE and RC are my real homes. If you are looking into a small school "within as school" feeling, you should check out the residential college in East Quad. The Secondary Masters of Education program is also top notch.
5 based on 88 reviews
The acoustics here is wonderful. For many performances amplification is not really needed. I been to many wonderful concerts here, as well numerous talks, shows, etc. I am always taken by the beauty of the venue and the wonderful acoustics.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
This place is fantastic! Here's a few tips right of the get go. Bring a blanket, towels, lawn chairs and a cooler with water. That'll cover all the rental fees and provide you with shade and keep you hydrated.
They actually have concessions here and they're not badly priced at all. You can bring a cooler with only water into the park but you can have a cooler with a packed lunch if you like to go that route and leave it in the car. They're are shaded picnic benches around the parking lot and you can get your hand stamped for re-entry.
The park has three large slides for teens and a nice size wave pool along with a nice splash pad and playground with various water activities on it a wading pool and very nice size sand box also. Of course nice bathroom facilities and the only downside is limited shade trees to place your lawn chairs and blankets under. Arrived early and get a shade spot park opens at 10:45 and if your not first in line shade will be hard to come by.
All of my children had a fabulous time. This is the best value outdoor waterpark in all of Michigan in my opinion. Actually it's prolly the best value water park I've been to in the entire nation.
The cost is very cheap especially compared to the size of the park and the number of activities available!
Anyway check out some of the video reviews on YouTube too.
Enjoy your experience and if you have any questions just ask :)
4.5 based on 427 reviews
Everyone gets creative in this interactive science and technology museum, featuring engaging exhibits in subjects like psychology, the media and health.
My girls love Togo in the museum, it's a small one but with many interactive spots and overtime we go my girls spend the whole afternoon there.
4.5 based on 340 reviews
A 300-acre garden with a variety of outdoor displays and nature trails for exploring.
Went here as a big-kids sibling gettogether, and we all had a really great time. The regular plants on display were great, and varied - liked how they have them sectioned off into different growth areas, like desert, tropical, etc. Special exhibit when we went were a display of clothing made out of plant materials! They had real human sized "clothing" - from elaborate ball gowns to a men's suit jacket- then they also had fairy clothing! It was scattered and hidden throughout the whole facility, so you really had to keep your eyes open to spot them. There was a lot of "Did you see this one yet?" being called out as we split up. There is a small art exhibit along the hallways outside the gardens as well which was also a pleasure to see. Not a big facility by any means, but was a pleasant day outing. Bathrooms are spacious and handy, and the coat room was MUCH appreciated. The gift shop has lovely items. Would visit again!
4.5 based on 153 reviews
I really liked the vintage look of the Michigan Theater. You don't see too many of them left around these days. I would like to see a show there if I can time it with my next trip to Ann Arbor.
4.5 based on 273 reviews
Ann Arbor's best shopping area is full of small boutiques and restaurants, and features a Farmers' Market on weekends.
Best place for restaurants,cafes,farmers’market and shops! Novelty art,jewelry and boutiques ! Lovely to stop and pick up gifts, toys, wine, flowers, bread, and cards!
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