These 2 Michigan Cities are the Most Beautiful Small Towns in America
From historic town districts to beautiful mountains and beaches, there is so much beauty to soak in throughout the United States of America.
Architectural Digest compiled a list of 55 of the most beautiful small towns in the entire country.
The best part is you do not have to travel far to experience all the country has to offer.
There are two Michigan towns that were featured as the best of the best small-town cities to visit.
Sitting at number eight out of 55 small-town cities is none other than, Houghton, Michigan.
Among this Upper Peninsula town's natural gems is Isle Royale National Park, accessible through Rock Harbor on Lake Superior. Home to Michigan Technological University, Houghton's downtown is filled with cafes, outdoor-apparel boutiques, and eclectic dining.
It is nice to see that Architectural Digest sees more of the beauty of the U.P. in other places besides Marquette and Munising.
Rounding off the list of the best small-town cities is West Michigan's very own tulip-filled city, Holland.
After traveling to Amsterdam this past summer, I can confirm that Holland resembles the actual Holland extremely well.
Each May, the Tulip Time Festival brings visitors to the area to see the colorful flowers in bloom. On Windmill Island, you'll find De Zwaan, a 250-year-old, 125-foot-tall windmill. The city's proximity to the shores of Lake Michigan only further its appeal.
Holland is a beautiful city to visit and live in. According to the Well-Being Index, Holland is the second healthiest and happiest town in the entire country.
If you want to plan your next vacation to one of the beautiful small towns featured by Architectural Digest, you can check out the complete list.