5 Things Everyone From Albion Knows
This week our Small Michigan Town Series stops at a place known as "The Forks."
Albion is one of the larger of the small towns we've featured in this series with an estimated population of 8,337 residents according to wikipedia.
We posed this question to you on facebook, "What's your favorite things about Albion?"
Here are the 5 Things Everyone From Albion Knows.
#5. Kids 'N' Stuff Children's Museum
Gailreed had this to say in a 5-star review on tripadvisor.com,
There is a lot for children to do at Kids 'N" Stuff from playing in the water to dressing up and acting in their own plays. Kids always feel happy here where there is just enough variety to keep their imaginations active.
#4. Lopez Taco House
Burke G. raved about Lopez Taco House in his 5-star review on yelp,
This is the best burrito I've ever had! Hands down no one can beat it! Free chips and salsa. Tacos are great too! If you like Mexican food, you'll love Lopez!!
#3. Gardner House Museum
This cool/haunting home has a long history according to the Albion Historic Society,
The Gardner House was built around 1875 by an Albion hardware merchant, Augustus P. Gardner, who came to Michigan from New York in 1837 as a young man. He lived in this Victorian brick house until his death in 1905.
#2. Mann House
This 5-star yelp review praised the Mann House tour,
We participated in a tour of the Mann House with a group of friends and found it to be very interesting for a variety of ages. Our group of 16 included ages 5-60. Our tour guide, AJ, was very knowledgeable about the house and all of its contents. The kids (and adults) enjoyed rolling hoops and playing croquet. This hidden gem is a must see in Concord for anyone in the area or willing to make a pleasant drive to experience Victorian era history in Michigan.
#1. Bohm Theatre
Talk about historic, this theater was has been the jewel of Albion since Christmas Day of 1929 according to the Bohm Theatre website.
Did we miss your favorite thing about Albion? Let us know in the comments.
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