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Serving Ann Arbor, MI
Ann Arbor, Michigan, is a college town that’s also packed with family-friendly appeal, outdoor recreation, gourmet restaurants, a thriving nightlife, and fascinating culture. Located less than an hour from the center of Detroit, Ann Arbor offers small town charm with easy access to big city amenities.

The town of Ann Arbor was first established by land speculators John Allen and Elisha Walker Rumsey in 1824, at which time it was named “Annarbour," after their wives (both named Ann). Today, Ann Arbor is the home of The University of Michigan, sprawling neighborhoods, and an idealistic landscape.

With more than 30 independent book stores, eclectic shops, ethnic restaurants, art exhibits, and museums, visitors and residents alike will find Ann Arbor bursting with culture. Visit the Ann Arbor Hands-on Museum with the little ones, or head to the Michigan Theater for a night out. On Main Street, you’ll find a variety of shops, restaurants, bars, and outdoor seating. Come to people watch, and stay for a coffee. 
When in the area, don’t miss the chance to get in on the collegiate sports action. The Michigan Stadium or “The Big House,” is the largest stadium in the US, and the second-largest in the world. Arrive early for some of the country’s most exciting tailgating!

Step into history at the Law Quadrangle on the University of Michigan’s campus. The stunning architecture attracts visitors from all over, and the area offers a quiet place to relax under a tree, read books in the library, or stroll along the sidewalks. 
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Plan your time in the city at visitannarbor.org.

Next time you’re in the Ann Arbor area, be sure to stop by Brighton Honda and say hello. We look forward to meeting our neighbors and visitors to the area!
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