- Our list of the best things to do in Brighton, Ontario, features the top 170 nearby activities — including 57 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Brighton, Ontario has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Amusement, Entertainment & Shows, Outdoor Places, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 9 things to do within the city of Brighton, Ontario , followed by 170 popular activities in nearby cities, including Ann Arbor, Canton, Howell, Westland, Waterford, Northville, Novi, South Lyon, Livonia, Chelsea, Southfield, Bloomfield Hills and Farmington Hills
Featuring a combination of hills and lakes, the Brighton State Recreation Area offers many amenities and activities for visitors. Visitors can play disc golf, fish, ride horses, hike, hunt, or venture out on the lakes with a rented boat.
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Arthur Secunda Museum at Cleary University celebrates the international renown of one of Michigan's native artists. Visitors can view exhibits and artwork displays in different galleries, one of which highlights works by other Michigan artists.
Offering community-oriented bowling programs has characterized Striking Lanes operations for 20 years. Activities include: open, league and moonlight bowling; automatic bumpers for children; 40 inch LED screens; arcade games; and a lounge for refreshments.
Organizing paddleboard retreats, Paddle the Mitten SUP Michigan combines the sport of stand up paddleboarding with yoga in its group workshops. Instructors take visitors to Triangle Lake for these lessons.
Featuring 28 lanes, Pinz Bowling Center hosts both open and league bowling as well as private parties and events. The center offers automatic bumpers and a full-service restaurant and bar with food and adult beverages.
The Huron Valley Rail Trail spans 12 miles, and connects with over 25 miles of trails throughout various other parks and recreational locations throughout the area. The trail itself is composed of a 12 foot wide asphalt path.
A small, locally-owned independent theater, the Lyon theater maintains an intimate, family-oriented atmosphere. The theater shows two movies at a time, one aimed at children and the other at more mature audeiences, and offers low-priced tickets and concessions.