Comfort Inn & Suites University South
3501 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Phone: (734) 761-8838
Fax: (734) 761-8834
3501 South State Street, Ann Arbor, MI, US, 48108
- Phone: (734) 761-8838
- Fax: (734) 761-8834
The University of Michigan owns and manages the Yost Ice Arena. Built in 1923, it was formerly known as Yost Field House; named in honor of the extremely gifted football coach Fielding H. Yost. Today, this ice skating arena hosts skating classes, workshops and university events on a regular basis. You can also rent the space for private events and functions. For more details, call ahead.
Opened in the year 1923, Ray Fisher Stadium is one of the most appreciated baseball stadiums at the University of Michigan. The stadium can accommodate up to 4000 spectators comfortably on a good game. The stadium was upgraded to new wooden stands in 1983 and a new scoreboard few years later. The inside of the stadium now features offices, meetings rooms, players' lounges as well as laundry facilities. For more information on all their upcoming games and events, call ahead.
The huge Michigan Stadium is known as the Home of Michigan Football. The stadium was envisioned in the 1920s by Fielding Yost. Today, it stands steady with an official capacity of 109901. The stadium provides shuttle services, restrooms, ramps and special seats for the disabled. It is also considered to be one of the largest college-owned stadiums in the nation and attracts large crowds during college football season.
Located within the University of Michigan, Cliff Keen Arena is one of the most appreciated arenas. Established since 1956, this venue can hold a capacity of about 1800 spectators for exciting games. The place is always active with different sports such as volleyball, gymnastics and wrestling for entertainment. For further information on all their events, visit their website or call ahead.
Metal Frat, a popular concert venue with a full schedule is conveniently located on Lincoln Avenue. Performances here are full of energy and usually attracts a enthusiastic crowd. Most concerts begin at 8p unless mentioned otherwise.
The University of Michigan Museum of Art exhibits collections which include masterpieces that are 150 years old. Visit the museum to see classic and contemporary collections from Africa, Asia, America, Europe, and the Middle East. The museum plays an important role in restoring art, and also works at the conservation of rare paintings. Admission is free, though a USD5 donation is encouraged.
Located on the State Street, Arbor Vitae is a cozy loft space that turns into a lively event area and party zone regularly. It is a preferred spot to hangout for the hip and happening crowd of the city who love to stomp their feet and show off their moves to the sounds of post punk and psychedelic music. And if you are missing the comfort of your favorite brew, then get your own bottle from the nearby store and have a great time with friends. Amidst the performances of the local bands, the venue hosts parties and events inclined towards art.
Located on the campus of the University of Michigan and a facility of the University Of Michigan School Of Music, this auditorium is the largest event space on the campus. Enjoy the improved access and sound after its extensive USD33.5 million renovation and reopening in 2004. Come for the grand musical performances by various groups including the School of Music at this popular venue. If you are a lover of fine music, a performance at this venue shouldn't be missed.
Inaugurated on May 4, 1929, the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre has been host to a number of events. Though this 644-seater is small in size, it is power packed nonetheless. It is the only theater in the US to have "Cyclorama" - a curved wall at the back of the stage which improves sound quality. Undoubtedly this is a prime venue for plays and performances. The oak paneling and use of solid colors in the interiors gives this place an elegant charm. Located within the University of Michigan, this venue is undoubtedly an asset for the institute.
This society hosts approximately 80 musical performances and 125 educational activities annually. In addition, they commission new works and organize projects with local, national, and international partners.
Designed by architect C. Howard Crane, State Theatre was built in 1942 in the heart of Downtown Ann Arbor. The stadium seating just gives it a whole new dimension to your movie experience. They have special midnight screenings every week that patrons look forward to. They play renowned and high grade films with simply brilliant picture and sound quality. This arty styled cinema with attractive blue and green lit architecture houses only one screen that can accommodate approximately 1900 guests. For an unforgettable time and experience, this theater is a sure must visit! Check out the website for schedules, bookings and more information.
It feels like you're in the '50s when you step into Michigan Theater. The old world charm is evident and retained despite the renovations. The 1700-seater shows mainstream, classic and independent movies, along with performances and other stage events. The beauty of the theater is overwhelming, and it's a nice place to even catch a movie by yourself. Sometimes a pianist plays tunes before the start of a show. Finding a restroom can be a task. Limited metered parking is available.