You Will Love Ann Arbor
Home to more than 120,000 residents, world-class research facilities, innovative startups, and leading companies like Google and Domino’s Pizza, you’ll love living and learning in Ann Arbor.
Ann Arbor takes its food seriously. You’ll find restaurants for every budget, taste, and cuisine — along with excellent gourmet shops and a year-round farmers market.
Experience a game at Michigan Stadium, the world's largest college football stadium. Cheer on the university’s national powers in men’s and women’s basketball, ice hockey, and more. Or get involved yourself with U-M recreational/intramural sports.
Where to Catch a Game
U-M recreational/intramural sports
Listen to an amazing up-and-comer or an old favorite at nationally-known venues. See a movie at the historic Michigan Theater. Wander independent galleries or an outstanding university art museum. Catch the Broadway stars of tomorrow in U-M’s acclaimed theater program. Or visit one of the thriving local independent bookstores that host readings and author appearances.
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Ann Arbor’s numerous parks, lush greenery, and the winding Huron River provide you with countless opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. The city alone has 157 city parks covering more than 2,000 acres, offering active uses like kayaking, mountain biking, swimming, ice skating, and golf, as well as pristine nature areas.
Where to Enjoy the Outdoors
Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation
At Ross, we make you and your family a priority. The Michigan Ross Partners Club helps families and significant others make the most of Ann Arbor and the Ross community. It's a built-in way to find friends, play dates, job opportunities, and insider recommendations.