- Our list of the best things to do in Pontiac, Michigan, features the top 299 nearby activities — including 95 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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The Maple Theater is an independent movie theater that features first run releases from major and independent studios. They offer unique refreshment choices including flavored popcorns, cocktails, and coffee, as well as dinner options.
Offering 40 lanes of bowling, Waterford Lanes also features other activities including inflatable bounce structures, golf simulators and pool tables. The bowling center has food options available as well as a bar and a pro shop.
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A cultural center that celebrates and increases awareness of French culture and language in the state of Michigan, the Alliance Francaise French Institute of Michigan hosts a variety of classes and programs.
Starlight Theater offers a range of theatrical entertainment. They provide classes in Acting and Theater Arts. Starlight Theater promotes the talent of local performers. They also offer youth summer theater camps.
Staff guide you through the small mill and describe to you the process of generating ciders out of fresh apples. At Franklin Cider Mill other baked products are also available like doughnuts and jams. On some weekends they also organise gaming activities for kids like face painting.
The Hess-Hathaway Park is a recreational park that is home to a playground for children of all ages as well as a maze that is sponsored by the National Council for Jewish Women. The park also has a petting zoo.