- Our list of the best things to do in Warren, Michigan, features the top 300 nearby activities — including 95 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Warren, MI 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 14 things to do within the city of Warren, MI , followed by 286 popular activities in nearby cities, including Detroit, Westland, Dearborn, Sterling Heights, Waterford, Troy, Ferndale, Royal Oak, Madison Heights, Livonia, Auburn Hills, Northville, Novi, Taylor, Southfield, Bloomfield Hills, Rochester, Pontiac, Macomb, Roseville, Southgate, Dearborn Heights, Shelby Township, Canton, Rochester Hills, Farmington Hills, Eastpointe, Marquette, South Haven and Adrian
A nonprofit organization devoted to helping kids put good things back into the world, Kidsake/art For Good offers a variety of art lessons and programs for kids. The organization combines art and service in unique ways.
Port Huron's Knowlton Ice Museum connects visitors with an era when ice harvesting was a major Michigan industry. It offers group tours and features antique ice tools, machinery, video footage of a 1920s ice harvest, and other memorabilia.
With 76 modern lanes, Grand Blanc Lanes is Genesee County's largest bowling center. With two snack bars, synthetic lanes, wood lanes, and a lounge, it is easier than ever to host parties, leagues, and get-togethers of all varieties.
Featuring 22 lanes, Port Huron Lanes hosts both open and league bowling as well as private events and parties. The center has a sports bar with televisions and pool tables along with a snack bar with food and drinks.
Open since 1946, Howell Bowl-E-Drome Lanes is a 20-lane bowling center that offers open and league bowling as well as party hosting. It provides arcade games, a full bar, a pro shop and a restaurant with food and drinks.
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The Thomas Edison Depot Museum is a historical museum built on the site in which Thomas Edison once worked as a news reporter. The exhibits focus entirely on the life of Thomas Edison and are arranged in a story-like manner.