Rich in tradition and pioneering firsts, the campus of the University of Michigan is teeming with historical resonance and culture, from quirky to sophisticated. U-M's undergraduate and graduate student population comes from all 50 states and 114 countries, including the 700 or so students in the MD program. We enjoy access to the main campus and all its amenities, including 14 indoor and outdoor recreational facilities—all of which is just a short walk, bike or bus ride away.
Known as a pedestrian-friendly town, Ann Arbor offers a lot of options for those who love to walk. From downtown to Kerrytown, or any one of the many beautiful gardens, trails and parks along the banks of the Huron River, there is always something to see on foot.
Bring your sense of adventure to the table when you visit Ann Arbor. Among the eclectic collection of restaurants you'll find cuisine ranging from Thai, Korean and Ethiopian, to continental, vegetarian and distinctly American. There is something for everyone at every price.
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Historically, Ann Arbor has been a magnet for artists of every genre, enriching the lives of all who reside and visit. Here you'll find halls, theaters, libraries and galleries of international renown that attract performers from our own backyard and around the world.
When it's time to take a break, Ann Arbor knows how to have fun in every season. You can chill out at a jazz bar downtown, browse the farmer's market in Kerrytown, cheer on the Wolverines in the legendary Big House, or find a treasure at the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair—it's all here!
Ann Arbor is consistently ranked among the top places to be in the United States. Recent accolades come from The Daily, which ranked Ann Arbor #5 among their “Happiest Cities in America,” and from Livibility.com, which names Ann Arbor on its top 10 list of “Best College Towns.”
While Ann Arbor always has something great going on, it’s also located in a convenient spot to make a quick getaway possible. Within hours you can sink your toes in a sandy beach along the more than 1,500 miles of state shoreline, take in the majestic scenery of the Upper Peninsula, or explore metro gems like Chicago or Toronto. In less than an hour you can be in downtown Detroit with all of its professional sports and entertainment venues, or at a terminal in the international airport just a quick 30-minute drive away.