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5 Hour Traverse City Wine Tour: 5 Wineries on Old Mission Peninsula

5 Hour Traverse City Wine Tour: 5 Wineries on Old Mission Peninsula - Traverse City, United States
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Traverse City, United States

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$59.00

TRIPS DEPART AT 12:00 NOON

Sit back and enjoy the gentle slopes, winding country roads and Caribbean-like views on a Traverse City Wine Tour. The Magic Shuttle Bus is a chauffeur service with an entire fleet ready to take your group around Old Mission Peninsula ... More info ›

TRIPS DEPART AT 12:00 NOON

Sit back and enjoy the gentle slopes, winding country roads and Caribbean-like views on a Traverse City Wine Tour. The Magic Shuttle Bus is a chauffeur service with an entire fleet ready to take your group around Old Mission Peninsula. Your driver will be responsible resource that will give you the best service available.

The 45th parallel, is home to the worlds most famous wine-making regions AND Traverse City. Grape vines planted in the region enjoy the perfect amount of sunlight for optimal growth. When coupled with microclimates created by Grand Traverse Bay, and fertile soil, this sets the perfect stage for delicious award-winning wines that rival centuries old grapes produced in Europe & California.
***DISCLAIMER: While most of our tours are full; If we have only 4 or fewer guests booked for a tour, we will change to a 4 hour tour and skip Mari Vineyards.
***GRATUITY of 20 percent for the driver is recommended but not required.

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Stop At: Chateau Chantal Winery & Tasting Room, 15900 Rue de Vin, Traverse City, MI 49686-9379

Nestled atop a hill on a sprawling 65-acre estate, Chateau Chantal offers breathtaking views of both East & West Grand Traverse Bays and Power Island. While Chateau Chantal was not incorporated until 1991, its history began in December 1983, when the owners purchased 60 acres of cherry orchards on the estate property. With options for every palate, you have over 30 wines to choose, from sweet to very dry and even a few sparkling options.
*Tasting flights are about $5 for 6 wines and a souvenir glass.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Bowers Harbor Vineyards, 2896 Bowers Harbor Rd, Traverse City, MI 49686-9735

The Beautiful Bowers Harbor was initially a horse farm and in 1991, began its transition to the stunning vineyard it is today. They have over 27 years of wine-making experience and boasts 20 acres of vines. Wine selections are numerous and include Riesling, Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Grigio, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, hard ciders and more!
*Tasting flights are about $5 for 5 wines. Small snacks, dips and locally crafted cheeses & spreads are also available for purchase.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Brys Estate Vineyard & Winery, 3309 Blue Water Rd, Traverse City, MI 49686-8561

In 2004 with only 10,000 grape vines, Brys Estate yielded its first successful harvest. Now, the 91-acre estate is home to over 40,000 vines their varietals include: Merlot, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Riesling, Pinot Blanc, and Gewürztraminer. Soak in beautiful East Bay views while enjoying world-class wines.
*Tasting flights are about $8 for 5 wines and a souvenir glass. A 5-Item Cheese & Charcuterie Board is also available for purchase at the winery.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Bonobo Winery, 12011 Center Rd, Traverse City, MI 49686-8379

Bonobo offers world-class wines, breathtaking views, and a business model that keeps with traditions of the region. Their 19 acres give rise to the following varietals: Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Franc. Even with a limited selection, Bonobo wines (and ciders) are sure to shine in overall quality.
*Tasting flights are about $10 for 6 wines. They also offer the largest selection of snacks for purchase.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Mari Vineyards, 8175 Center Rd, Traverse City, MI 49686-1669

Mari Vineyards founder Marty Lagina made the (some would say) crazy choice to grow grapes that shouldn't grow in Michigan, with the belief that he could produce world class wines that otherwise couldn't be made here. So, true to his Italian heritage, he planted exotic varieties like Nebbiolo, Sangiovese and others. Combined with a little creative grape growing and a lot of attention, today his dream has become a reality. Along with classic area grapes like Cabernet Franc and Merlot, Mari Vineyards produces a wide variety of red wines unlike anything else produced in Michigan.

Duration: 45 minutes

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Detroits Rise Fall and Renewal

Detroits Rise Fall and Renewal - Detroit, United States
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Detroit, United States

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$29.00

Detroit may have filed for bankruptcy but it's still a city rich in history, architecture, and innovation. See which buildings have been restored and which await renewal on this Detroit tour led by a passionate and proud local.

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Stop At: Detroit Urban Adventures, 615 Griswold St Suite 1624, Detroit, MI 48226-3900

Begin your Detroit tour at a cafe on Broadway, where you'll meet your local guide and head out onto the streets ... More info ›

Detroit may have filed for bankruptcy but it's still a city rich in history, architecture, and innovation. See which buildings have been restored and which await renewal on this Detroit tour led by a passionate and proud local.

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Stop At: Detroit Urban Adventures, 615 Griswold St Suite 1624, Detroit, MI 48226-3900

Begin your Detroit tour at a cafe on Broadway, where you'll meet your local guide and head out onto the streets.

Duration: 2 hours

Pass By: Detroit Opera House, 1526 Broadway St, Detroit, MI 48226-2196

From the minute you leave the meeting point, you'll start seeing some famous Detroit landmarks, such as the 95-year old Detroit Athletic Club, the renovated Opera House, the vacant Wurlitzer Building, and the fine new downtown YMCA. Your local guide will be telling you all you need to know about these spots, and what they mean to the city of Detroit.

Continuing on your tour in Detroit, see the site where one of the biggest department stores in the US once stood. When it closed in the 1980s, it left a hole in the city that hasn't been filled.

Pass By: GM Renaissance Center, Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI 48243

Next on this Detroit city tour, the Compuware Building is worth a visit for its 15-story atrium and colorful fountain. Outside that building, you'll see a panorama that includes landmarks like the 47-story Penobscot Building, the Guardian Building, and the Renaissance Center, which is home to the tallest hotel in the entire Western Hemisphere (72 floors!) as well as the headquarters of General Motors.

Pass By: The Guardian Building, 500 Griswold St, Detroit, MI 48226-3480

A visit to the Guardian Building gives you a picture of the greatness of Detroit in the late 1920s.

Stop At: Detroit People Mover, Detroit, MI 48226

You'll take a stop here, and then take a ride on the elevated People Mover, which has been moving people around downtown Detroit since 1987.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Michigan Central Station, 2405 W Vernor Hwy, Detroit, MI 48216-1515

Stop on the People Mover

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Grand Circus Park, Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48226-3473

If the weather is nice, you'll walk to a nearby hotel that's a great example of Detroit's rise, fall and renewal. When it opened in 1924 it was the tallest hotel in the world and one of the fanciest, but it closed in the 1980s and stood vacant for more than 25 years on a prominent street corner. Detroiters were thrilled when it reopened after a $200 million renovation!

Next, you'll visit the area near Grand Circus Park, which is full of examples of Detroit's rocky history. Here, you'll find even more vacant buildings as well as legendary parks and music venues that have hosted the like of Bruce Spingsteen and Detroit's own Eminem. It's one thing simply seeing these buildings, but to get to know the history behind them makes the experience even more special, especially when it comes from the mouth of a local!

Your last stop is a local brewpub, where you can sip on a local beer or soft drink and continue to chat about Detroit with your local guide. The first drink's on us!


Pass By: MGM Grand Detroit Casino, 1300 John C Lodge Fwy, Detroit, MI 48226-2414

From the Michigan Avenue Station, see the $800 Million MGM Grand Casino and hotel that were completed in 2008, and the new Rosa Parks Transit Center (named for "the mother of the Civil Rights Movement") with its dramatic canopies.

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Small Group Walking Tour Corktown is Popping in Detroits Oldest Neighborhood

Small Group Walking Tour Corktown is Popping in Detroits Oldest Neighborhood - Detroit, United States
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Detroit, United States

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$29.00

Discover what makes Corktown pop on this epic tour chocked full of the best historic landmarks and local haunts. Explore the diverse sites of this Irish enclave, from the awesome modern-era “ruins” of Michigan Central Station to the colorful Victorian homes, and learn why everyone is coming to Corktown these days ... More info ›

Discover what makes Corktown pop on this epic tour chocked full of the best historic landmarks and local haunts. Explore the diverse sites of this Irish enclave, from the awesome modern-era “ruins” of Michigan Central Station to the colorful Victorian homes, and learn why everyone is coming to Corktown these days. Along the way, find out where to go for some of Detroit’s best brews, BBQs, burgers, bagels, and more!

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Stop At: Michigan Central Station, 2405 W Vernor Hwy, Detroit, MI 48216-1515

You’ll take in the contrasting views of Detroit’s highs and lows. We’ll walk toward the massive Michigan Central Railroad Station, left for ruin and a symbol of the decline of Detroit. We’ll get a good look at this hulking structure, which has been ranked as one of the “must-see” abandoned buildings in the world.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Corktown Historic District, Trumbull St., Detroit, MI

Strap on your walking shoes for what’s sure to be the most epic tour of Detroit’s historic Corktown this side of Michigan Avenue. We’ll start on a block that has been key to Corktown’s revival, where BBQ, burgers, coffee, and craft cocktails beckon crowds of hungry and thirsty Detroiters.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Detroit Urban Adventures, 615 Griswold St Suite 1624, Detroit, MI 48226-3900

We’ll continue our Detroit walking tour past the charming, colorful Victorian houses of residential Corktown. This is Detroit’s oldest neighborhood, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Along the way, your local guide will point out an early 19th-century church that’s one of oldest churches in Detroit.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Gaelic League Irish American Club, 2068 Michigan Ave, Detroit, MI 48216, USA

Our colorful tour ends at a pot of gold in the Gaelic League Irish-American Club of Detroit. You may be a wee bit thirsty, so we’ve got you covered with a complimentary half-pint.

Duration: 30 minutes

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Detroit Walking Tour Including Rides on the People Mover

Detroit Walking Tour Including Rides on the People Mover - Detroit, United States
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Detroit, United States

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$29.00

Don't even think about leaving Detroit without seeing the real Detroit. Join this locally-led Detroit tour to ride the city's 'People Mover' through baklava-laden Greektown, sculpture-dotted Civic Center, and hotdog heaven at Lafayette Coney Island ... More info ›

Don't even think about leaving Detroit without seeing the real Detroit. Join this locally-led Detroit tour to ride the city's 'People Mover' through baklava-laden Greektown, sculpture-dotted Civic Center, and hotdog heaven at Lafayette Coney Island. This is the D You Must See!

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Stop At: Comerica Park, 2100 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201-3470

Give Detroit the attention it deserves on this Detroit walking tour that shows you everything you absolutely need to see in this awesome American city. Meet your local guide at a cafe on Broadway and take a walk around the nearby area which includes spots such as Foxtown, Madison Avenue, and Paradise Valley. You'll see the fabulous Fox Theater, Comerica Park (which is home of the Detroit Tigers), the beautiful Detroit Opera House, and several other Detroit highlights - the perfect way to familiarize yourself with the city.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Penobscot Building, 645 Griswold St, Detroit, MI 48226-4105

Next on this Detroit tour, you'll visit the 1929 art-deco Guardian Building to see the remarkably-beautiful lobby and banking room. It cannot be denied that this is one of the most beautiful buildings in Detroit and may even be one of the most gorgeous you see on your travels in the US.

Walk by another landmark, the 47-story Penobscot Building, to American and Lafayette Coney Island restaurants, where you can try a free 'coney dog' - a grilled hot dog with Detroit-style chili, mustard, and onions. Detroiters have been devouring them for more than 90 years, so to get into the local spirit we suggest that you give it a go!


Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Detroit People Mover, Detroit, MI 48226

Next on your Detroit city tour, take a quick ride over to the popular Greektown district on the elevated train called the 'People Mover.'

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Greektown, Monroe Street, Detroit, MI

In Greektown, you can taste a super-sweet piece of baklava, see a casino, or visit a historic church that was a stop on the Underground Railroad. Hopefully during your time in Greektown, you'll get to see a waiter light some liquor on fire over a piece of cheese, a classic Greek tradition. Opa!

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Detroit Cultural Center Historic District, Woodward Ave Woodward Ave, Detroit, Michigan, Detroit, MI 48226-3473

Another ride on the People Mover leads to a stop in the Civic Center area. Here you will see some famous Detroit sculptures and have a view of the massive Renaissance Center, home to the tallest hotel in the Western Hemisphere. You'll also be able to give our friends in Canada a wave from here!

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Detroit Urban Adventures, 615 Griswold St Suite 1624, Detroit, MI 48226-3900

Our last stop on this Detroit walking tour is seeing a famous renovated hotel which originally opened in 1924. We'll finish up with a ride on the People Mover back to Broadway.

Duration: 2 hours

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Designated Driver TC, We Drive Your Car $10 Reserves Driver BALANCE DUE DAY OF

Designated Driver TC, We Drive Your Car $10 Reserves Driver BALANCE DUE DAY OF  - Traverse City, United States
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Duration: 5 to 12 hours
Location: Traverse City, United States

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$10.00

PLEASE NOTE PRICING IS $10 DEPOSIT ONLY, PRICING IS $35HR 1-6 PEOPLE, $45HR 7-14 PEOPLE WITH A FIVE HOUR MINIMUM!. $10 DEPOSIT PAID TODAY, REMAINING BALACE DUE TO DESIGNATED DRIVER TC THE DAY OF EXPERIENCE.

Enter your starting time and date and we will be in touch with you shortly after we receive your reservation to go over where and how long you want to tour, your pickup point and to help you with your itinerary if needed ... More info ›

PLEASE NOTE PRICING IS $10 DEPOSIT ONLY, PRICING IS $35HR 1-6 PEOPLE, $45HR 7-14 PEOPLE WITH A FIVE HOUR MINIMUM!. $10 DEPOSIT PAID TODAY, REMAINING BALACE DUE TO DESIGNATED DRIVER TC THE DAY OF EXPERIENCE.

Enter your starting time and date and we will be in touch with you shortly after we receive your reservation to go over where and how long you want to tour, your pickup point and to help you with your itinerary if needed. Designated Driver TC drives your car and the following driver fees apply: $35Hr for 1-6 people and $45Hr for 7-14 people. (5Hr minimum on Thurs, Fri, Sat & Sun)

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Stop At: Bay Life Getaways, 320 N Division St, Traverse City, MI 49684-2233

Bay Life Getaways presents Designated Driver TC

We Drive Your Car - Designated Drivers for Wine Tours, Brew Tours & Distillery Tours. You provide the vehicle, we provide a fun, insightful driver. Driver comes complete with a 100% guarantee that you will not get a DUI on your tour!

Duration: 10 minutes

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Trekking the Sleeping Bear National Lakeshore in Michigan

Trekking the Sleeping Bear National Lakeshore in Michigan - Frankfort, United States
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Duration: 3 days
Location: Frankfort, United States

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$79.00

The pristine dunes of the Sleeping Bear National Lakeshore stretch south to Frankfort, as do the brilliant beaches and rich hiking trails. Backpack along some of the most beautiful portions of the Lake Michigan coast, camping on beaches along the way

We invite you to join us at “Moosehall,” our base of operations, for breakfast and start to the day ... More info ›

The pristine dunes of the Sleeping Bear National Lakeshore stretch south to Frankfort, as do the brilliant beaches and rich hiking trails. Backpack along some of the most beautiful portions of the Lake Michigan coast, camping on beaches along the way

We invite you to join us at “Moosehall,” our base of operations, for breakfast and start to the day. We will look over maps of the area and discuss our route, than we will either walk or shuttle to the trailhead, depending on your specific route.

Our coastal hike will take us along the most beautiful shoreline of Lake Michigan, through several forests, across up to two rivers, and even to a hidden waterfall on our property.

Possibilities include:
• Viewing a shipwreck (or two) - weather dependent
• Hiking along a variety of local trails, both through the forest and along the beach
• Swimming in Lake Michigan
• Hiking up to one of the highest points in the region
• Learning more about the local ecology
• Private campgrounds every night, with a view of the sunsetAll meals will be provided, and will include both a healthy travel lunch and snacks throughout the day. Tents, stoves, and other group camping equipment provided - you will need to bring your own footwear and personal gear. Some personal gear (clothes, backpacks, etc...) available for rent at Moosehall, our base of operations.
* Please note any food allergies at the time of checkout in the "special requirements" field.

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