Things To Do In Saginaw

"Sid the Science Kid Live!" at Temple Theatre on November 2 at 3 p.m. (Up to 47% Off)

"Sid the Science Kid Live!"

Temple Theatre

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Sid seeks out a mysterious sixth sense in the live version of the popular PBS show, brought to life by Jim Henson’s Creature Shop

$19 $10

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$9 for Admission for Two to Frankenmuth Corn Maze ($18 Value)

Frankenmuth Corn Maze

Frankenmuth

Guests get access to a five-acre corn maze, petting zoo, hayrides, and farm tours

$18 $9

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18 Holes of Golf for Two or Four with Cart at Vassar Golf and Country Club (Up to 60% Off)

Vassar Golf and Country Club

Vassar

Beginner-friendly par 72 course at a club with a grill, practice green, and chipping area

$58 $23

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Individual or Family Membership to Marshall M Fredericks Sculpture Museum (56% Off)

Marshall M Fredericks Sculpture Museum

Saginaw

Become a member of the museum that honors the 70-year career of Marshall M. Fredericks, a celebrated creator of public sculptures

$50 $22

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Admission for Two, Four, Six, or Eight to Michigan's Military and Space Heroes Museum (Up to 53% Off)

Michigan's Military and Space Heroes Museum

Frankenmuth

Discover exhibits and pieces that highlight the contributions locals made to the military during the country’s most challenging conflicts

$15 $7

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Haunted Forest Visit for Two, Four, or Six at The Adventure Park at Frankenmuth (Up to 47% Off)

The Adventure Park at Frankenmuth

Frankenmuth

Haunted Forest includes an LED-lit trail with costumed actors portraying frightening creatures, along with a haunted cemetery

$18 $10

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At each of its seven locations across Michigan, Seung-Ni Fit Club helps clients of all ability reach peak physical condition through kickboxing, bootcamps, and the studio's proprietary body-sculpting and slimming regimens. Core workouts build strong abdominal and lower-back muscles with targeted movements, while kickboxing sessions burn up to 1,000 calories per hour as participants fight against the resistance of heavy bags and invisible bad guys. Zumba classes get bodies moving to infectious Latin rhythms, and BodySculpt classes build dense, well-defined musculature through high-intensity dumbbell workouts.

For a more defense-based workout, exercisers can turn to Seung Ni's comprehensive martial arts program. Classes include Brazilian jiu-jitsu, taekwondo, and kids' programs for children as young as three.

6700 Weiss St
Saginaw,
MI
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Michigan's Big Country Fest makes ears perk up and boots start tapping to a menu of sweet country sounds. Friday night's festivities kick off to a DJ–supplied soundtrack for a hot-dog-eating contest, line-dancing lessons, a bar-stool race, and a farmer's-tan contest. The night's headline act is Annabelle Road, one of Michigan's premiere young country bands, whose self-titled album fuses rock with classic country.

601 Weiss Street
Frankenmuth,
MI
US

This Groupon is valid starting Friday, October 7, through Monday, October 31, and can only be used from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays or 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Sundays.

400 East Water Street
St. Charles,
MI
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Saginaw Art Museum gathers both contemporary and classic art in a brick-clad Gregorian Revival mansion that itself is a historical treasure. Originally designed in 1903 by Charles Adams Platt as the Ring family home, the building’s exquisite interior includes dark butternut wood paneling and decorative moldings. Filling the rooms is the museum’s permanent collection of paintings, prints, textiles, and sculptures from American, European, and Asian artists; African artifacts and masks; Native American art; and American and Mexican folk art. A library complements the art collection with more than 1,200 books and periodicals discussing art, as well as Leonardo da Vinci's handmade comic book depicting him as a superhero.

A roster of ever-changing current exhibitions includes showcases of forged metal sculptures, contemporary nature paintings, and the recurring Art in the Heart of the City's ART 4 ALL Exhibitions, which showcase works by local Michigan artists. Visitors peruse temporary exhibits in the exhibition wing gallery, an ultramodern glass-covered hall, or teach flowering plants how to spell “Matisse” in a formal outdoors garden.

To continue arts education outside the gallery, staffers organize themed art history and technique classes for all ages, as well as docent-led tours. They also helm the interactive Visionarea, a gallery space where children delve into art-making, science experiments, and the works of famous artists.

1126 N Michigan Ave
Saginaw,
MI
US

Michigan's Military and Space Heroes Museum is the only such museum that celebrates the wartime contributions and experiences of Michiganders who've served. The displays cover all seven of America's foreign wars, honoring the soldiers' achievements and keeping their stories alive.

  • Size: More than 650 exhibits, including those highlighting past governors and 13 astronauts, all of whom called Michigan home

  • Eye Catcher: Displays celebrating 30 Medal of Honor recipients, the largest collection of its kind in the nation; each honors one recipient and includes photos, uniforms, and personal items, such as watches and weapons

  • Don't Miss: Outside the museum stands a M60 "Patton" main battle tank , an F-86 Sabre aircraft, and memorial statues dedicated to Michigan natives who have served.

  • Hidden Gem: A collection of uniforms, including the space flightsuit worn by Col. Gregory H. Johnson, who delivered it to the museum personally

  • Special Programs: Every year, the museum hosts the Frankenm?dder, a 5K boot camp?style obstacle course whose proceeds benefit the museum. Tours for schools, scouts and other organizations are available.

1250 Weiss St
Frankenmuth,
MI
US

Up above, people zip between the tree canopies like flying squirrels. Still others navigate the wooded heights via rope courses and wobbly ladders. At The Adventure Park at Frankenmuth, these sights are a daily occurrence. The facility's 5 acres of forest terrain give a new meaning to outdoor adventuring with seven ziplines and five challenging aerial courses, which are self-guided and require no previous experience. They're also color-coded by difficulty and feature varying bridges and more than 60 elements to encounter while traversing between 60 tree platforms.

As adventurers go at their own pace, courses can take 15–30 minutes to complete. While the height gives the illusion of danger, all climbers are strapped to harnesses that employ double-clips to keep them securely connected to a safety cable at all times. As trekkers progress through the different levels, they find obstacles that require greater balance, arm strength, focus, and woodpecker-negotiation skills to overcome.

1375 Weiss St.
Frankenmuth,
MI
US