Kerrytown is one of Ann Arbor’s historic districts and part of the original village of settlers here. It was named after the County Kerry in Ireland, the birthplace of the Mother of the person who started restoring this area in the late 1960’s. It’s been the home of Ann Arbor’s Farmer’s Market since 1931, when […]

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Ultimate Foodie Tour

Our Ultimate Foodie Tour is one of our most popular tours. Learn why Ann Arbor is listed as one of American’s foodiest towns. Stop at Zingermans Deli, probably our most famous restaurant, and taste just about anything your heart desires, imported ham and house-made meats, chocolate cherry bread, artisan honeys paired with local cheese, goat […]

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A2 Art & Architecture

From Collegiate Gothic to Beaux Arts, Impressionist to Cubists, Ann Arbor has it all without getting into a car!  As you stroll around Treetown, you’ll see many sites listed on the National and State Registers of Historic Places. Sites might include an English Gothic Revival Church designed and built by its members in the late […]

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International Flavors

One of the many advantages of living in a university town is the cultural diversity, especially when it’s expressed through food cooked in family-owned eateries. There’s Spanish, Indian, Mexican, Nepalese, Middle Eastern,Cuban, Korean, Japanese, Thai and Chinese, and finally more Vietnamese places started appearing in the last couple of years. Ginger Deli is a take-out […]

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Michigan Football

It’s an exciting weekend here in Ann Arbor with the classic in-state rivalry as the University of Michigan Wolverines host the Michigan State Spartans. Next year will mark the 120th anniversary of the first time these two teams played each other. There’s always plenty of green and white mixed in with the maize and blue […]

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Team Outings

Savor Ann Arbor tours aren’t just for out-of-town visitors. Local companies, schools and universities love our tours to help ignite their team and build comradery.  Fresh air and tasty food do wonders to enhance relationships and improve creativity. Team tours are also a fun and unique way to celebrate special occasions and the holiday season.  […]

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Happy 200th Birthday to the U!

The University of Michigan just celebrated it’s 200th birthday. It began in 1817 in Detroit, and was moved to Ann Arbor in 1837. The President’s House on South University has been home to twelve University of Michigan Presidents, including the current one, Mark Schlissel. Built in 1840, it’s the oldest building on campus. It is […]

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One of our favorite tour stops is Fustini’s, an artisanal olive oil and vinegar tasting room, modeled after stores in Europe the owners saw when traveling, and a dream they have to nourish “the foodie inside everyone.” Their products are imported from small-batch growers around the world when those products are in season, so everything […]

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Hometown Foodies

Ann Arbor has been named one of America’s foodiest towns more than once, and it just keeps getting foodier. There are over 300 places to eat in Washtenaw County, with more restaurants per capita than New York City. Downtown Ann Arbor alone has 200 restaurants, and 180 of them have pulled patio permits. Ann Arborites […]

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