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Surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of Lake Michigan and Grand Traverse Bay, Traverse City is a beautiful place to call home. Known for its charming small-town atmosphere, Traverse City boasts a vibrant arts scene, delicious local cuisine, numerous wineries and microbreweries, and endless outdoor adventures, from hiking and biking to boating, sailing, and golf. With friendly communities, a thriving economy, and a focus on environmental sustainability, Traverse City offers a high quality of life.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the best things to do in Traverse City?
On the northwest tip of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula, Traverse City is a delight for foodies, outdoors enthusiasts, wine connoisseurs, and cherry lovers. You won’t want to miss:
- Discovery Pier
- Mission Point Lighthouse
- Historic Barns Park
- Grand Traverse Commons Natural Area
- Great Lakes Children's Museum
- Pelizzari Natural Area
- The Village at Grand Traverse Commons
- Dennos Museum Center
- Clinch Park
- Light of Day Organic Farm and Tea Shop
- Traverse Tall Ship Company
- What are the best places to eat in Traverse City?
In addition to stellar wineries and breweries, Traverse City dining boasts a wide range of farm-fresh dining. Don't miss The Cooks' House, The Good Bowl, Forrest, A Food Studio, Wren, Farm Club, or Trattoria Stella.
- What is Traverse City best known for?
Cherries! Traverse City is the cherry capital of the world! It is at the heart of the region producing 40 percent of the nation's tart cherry crop. The cherry blooms are spectacular in May.
- How is the weather in Traverse City?
Sunny summers and snowy winters alternate with dazzling spring blooms and fabulous fall foliage. Temperatures seldom drop below 2°F or climb above 89°F. Warm-weather tourism peaks between late June and early September.
- Does Traverse City have public transportation?
Bay Area Transportation Authority provides fixed-route bus service with wheelchair-accessible buses equipped with bike racks. Link On-Demand delivers doorstep-to-destination transportation. Bike rentals, Lyft, and Uber are other city navigation options.