The Village at Grand Traverse Commons
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Tips van locals
My favorite rainy day hang out. A renovated state home with beautiful grounds, excellent restaurants and bakeries along with local shops.
Historic mental hospital redone with really cool shops, restaurants, and cideries.
There are a bunch of boutique shops in Building 50 (the building you are staying in).
Created from the ruins of the Historical Traverse City State Hospital, this beautiful compound hosts a multitude of delicious restaurants, bakeries, local retailers, coffee shops, a brewery and a winery! Some of our favorites: Red Spire Brunch Spanglish Mexican Food Left Foot Charlie's Winery…
The Village at Grand Traverse Commons doesn’t just fit into one category- it quite literally offers it all. From some of the best local dining experiences, wineries, shopping at their eclectic boutiques, hiking the family friendly trails and historical tours of the grounds! This is a must stop…
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“A wonderful venue for movie goers. The State Theatre is a favorite place with its restored interior. The locals love it.”
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“The Little Fleet itself is a bar with indoor lounge seating, they do have games to play at your table. In front of The Little Fleet is where all the food trucks park, and they are ALL FANTASTIC! There is seating outside as well and you can take your drink out there to enjoy your local eats.”
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“On permanent display is the Inuit Gallery featuring Inuit stonecut, stencil, lithograph, etching, aquatint & chine-colle' prints, tapestries, sculptures, and artifacts. Different exhibitions are on display throughout the year. Check the Dennos website for current installations.”
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“Mission Point Light is a lighthouse located in the U.S. state of Michigan at the end of Old Mission Point, a peninsula jutting into Grand Traverse Bay 17 miles north of Traverse City. When it was built in 1870, it was an exact copy of the Mama Juda Light, which was built on the Detroit River in 1868.”
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