Museums in Ann Arbor, MI - Page 2

Find museums in Ann Arbor, MI. Listings include Understanding Race in This Place: A Community Conversation, Science Museum Gifts, Sindecuse Museum of Dentistry, Angell Hall Observatory, Ann Harbor Michigan stadium and Bentley Historical Museum. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.


  • 06/19/20
    Flower Power Friday! In celebration of Juneteenth we dedicate our #flowerpowerfriday post this week with a poem by writer and Clemson University wildlife ecology professor E. Drew Lanham called "Compa...
    > Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arbore
  • 06/18/20
    The Joy of Peonies: The Power of One One bloom can make all the difference. Garden writer Henry Mitchell wrote "Sometimes a single flower is ... so beautiful that it is remembered always." Today we c...
    > Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arbore
  • 06/17/20
    Invasive of the Week: Field Bindweed Field bindweed, Convolvulus arvensis, also known as field morning glory, devil’s guts, or wild morning glory is a perennial vine with roots that can extend a whop...
    > Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arbore
  • 06/17/20
    What do you do when your Director is retiring in the year 2020 and in-person celebrations are postponed? The most 2020 thing we could think of: a virtual Zoom celebration! This screenshot was captured...
    > Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arbore
  • 06/17/20
    a message for our IMoDD friends
    > The International Museum of Dinnerware Design
  • 06/16/20
    This team was lead by DeHart Hubbard, who a year later in Paris would become the first African American to win an Olympic gold medal in an individual event.
    > Bentley Historical Library
  • 06/16/20
    Thuja occidentalis, better known as Arborvitae and Northern White-Cedar is quite the tree when it's allowed to grow. Normally, this tree is used as a hedge, but when let to grow can reach heights of 5...
    > Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arbore
  • 06/15/20
    Ruth Ellis was an activist for LGBTQ rights for all of her 101 years. In the '40s, '50s, and 60s she turned her home in Detroit into a haven for black Americans who came out before the Civil Rights Mo...
    > Bentley Historical Library
  • 06/14/20
    "The Gardens I've Loved" features in 55 words or less gardens visited and loved by our staff members. Today's garden is the Desert Botanical Garden (https://dbg.org) in Phoenix, AZ. Our Volunteer Coor...
    > Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arbore
  • 06/13/20
    Are you a Bonsai Braniac? Take our short and interactive quiz to find out and enjoy beautiful bonsai photos as you go! https://www.tryinteract.com/share/quiz/5ebd4e138860a80014302bf6
    > Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arbore
  • 06/12/20
    Flower Power Friday! According to the language of flowers, native penstemon--Penstemon digitalis, a.k.a. foxglove beardtongue--stands for courage and spiritual knowledge. May we all be inspired by tho...
    > Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arbore
  • 06/11/20
    The Joy of Peonies--Reaching Out “Reaching out” is the theme for this week’s #joyofpeonies submissions from our readers. We’re so thrilled and humbled by your generous responses to join the peony par...
    > Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arbore
  • 06/10/20
    Invasive of the Week: Creeping Charlie Creeping charlie, Glechoma hederacea (also known as ground ivy, catsfoot, alehoof) was introduced in North America from Europe in the 17th century as a groundco...
    > Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arbore
  • 06/09/20
    Have you all seen this and are busy creating?
    > The International Museum of Dinnerware Design