Saginaw, Michigan

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A place where the soft swoop of mature bald eagles overhead is the soundtrack to almost 10,000 acres of National Wildlife Refuge known only as "The Flats," 

Part of the Flint/Tri-Cities area in Michigan, Saginaw is a small city with unique attractions, including a French-style castle, originally built as a post office and now home to the the local historical society. The city also has its own island park sitting in the middle of Saginaw River, a popular destination for picnics and fireworks. The Japanese Cultural Center, built in conjunction with Saginaw's sister city, Tokushima, features an tea house where authentic tea ceremonies are performed.

Explore our vibrant Saginaw Art Museum, experience the historic 1927 Temple Theatre, catch a concert at The Dow Event Center or its neighboring outdoor Huntington Event Park, and shop over 40 artisan vendors inside our year-round, indoor SVRC Marketplace.

Bring the kids to the Saginaw Children's Zoo and Mid-Michigan Children's Museum, take an adventure ecotour through our Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge, or experience one of the most authentic Japanese tea houses in North America at the Japanese Cultural Center, Tea House, and Gardens of Saginaw.