Farmington Hills is the second biggest city in Oakland County and is home to around 80,000 people. Check out the city's many attractions on a bus charter in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
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Holocaust Memorial Center is the state's only museum that is focused on the Holocaust. You could find the Museum of European Jewish Heritage in the site, which gives you a glimpse of life of the Jews living in Europe before the Holocaust happened.
For something unique, you will want to visit Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum, which has a wide variety of coin-operated mechanical games, animatronic dummies, and other odd stuff. Bring change because these machines are still functional.
Go to Eastgate Shopping Center or check out Orchard Lake Road, where you could find a wide variety of retailers and restaurants that you can patronize.
You should also get a taste of the city's best food when you dine at its most recommended restaurants. That list includes pizzas at Tomatoes Apizza or Buddy's Pizza. Or you could get a great start to your day by having a hearty breakfast at the Breakfast Club, or taste the best Mediterranean, Iranian and Persian fare at Pars Restaurant. You can also eat at La Marsa, Sunrise Cafe, Café Cortina, Jaws Jumbo Burgers, and Sushi Ko.
Avid golfers will love playing at Farmington Hills Golf Club. The course has 18 holes, a par of 71, and was designed by Don Childs and Bruce W. Matthews III. It was first opened in 2003. Or they can play at Copper Creek Golf Course, which has nine holes of fun. The course was designed by Stan Alderidge and was first opened in the 1990s.
There are 30 sites in the city that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. these include houses that are either historically or architecturally important such as Henry C. Bach House, Edward E. Beals House, Charles Bissel Button House, Luman W. Goodenough House, Gray-Spicer House, Barn and Stable, Edward N. Moseman House, Judson and John Pettibone House, and Stephen Yerkes Rodgers House.
Other nationally registered sites in the city are Botsford Inn, German School, Glen Oaks Country Club Clubhouse, Nardin Park United Methodist Church Informational Designation, and the Nathan Philbrick Tavern.
Heritage Park has 211 acres of space that includes nature and hiking trails that go for 4.5 miles. The trails are also used for cross-country skiing. The park also features a splash pad, inline hockey rink, horseshoe pits, a playground, grills, and volleyball courts. Then you have the Spicer house, the Day Camp, the Nature Center, and the Amphitheatre on the grounds. Meanwhile, Woodland Hills Nature Park has an undeveloped walking trail that goes through the entire 74 acres of the park. You can have a quiet afternoon bird and wildlife watching here, and appreciate the various habitats such as forests, meadows, river, creek and pond.
Go to Founders Sports Park and enjoy 101 acres of sports fields, or learn how to ice skate at the Ice Arena. You can also go to Olde Town Park, Pioneer Park, and Harmon Oaks Park.
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