Whether you're craving American classic dishes or something with an international flair, you'll find it in Saginaw, Michigan.

Whether you're craving American classic dishes or something with an international flair, you'll find it in Saginaw, Michigan.

Things to Do in Saginaw, Michigan: See TripAdvisor's 330 traveler reviews and photos of Saginaw tourist attractions. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in April. We have reviews of the best places to see in Saginaw. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions.

Things to Do in Saginaw, Michigan: See TripAdvisor's 330 traveler reviews and photos of Saginaw tourist attractions. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in April. We have reviews of the best places to see in Saginaw. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions.

Potter Street Station, Saginaw, Mi   Built in 1881, it is still standing today, abandoned in a blighted neighborhood.  A preservation group has tried to raise funding to save it, but it's potential is very limited because of its location.  I fear this beautiful old building will soon be razed.

Potter Street Station, Saginaw, Mi Built in 1881, it is still standing today, abandoned in a blighted neighborhood. A preservation group has tried to raise funding to save it, but it's potential is very limited because of its location. I fear this beautiful old building will soon be razed.

A 142-year-old lumber baron mansion at the edge of Saginaw, Michigan's downtown area has, once again, been saved from the wrecking ball, at least for a few months. The Saginaw City Council on May 9, 2016 overturned an April 25 decision to demolish the home at 633 S. Washington. The striking red brick Queen Anne has sat vacant for several years, though it once was home to pioneer Saginaw lumberman Charles Lee, Dr. Michael Ryan and later to actress and local eccentric Rosemary DeGesaro.

A 142-year-old lumber baron mansion at the edge of Saginaw, Michigan's downtown area has, once again, been saved from the wrecking ball, at least for a few months. The Saginaw City Council on May 9, 2016 overturned an April 25 decision to demolish the home at 633 S. Washington. The striking red brick Queen Anne has sat vacant for several years, though it once was home to pioneer Saginaw lumberman Charles Lee, Dr. Michael Ryan and later to actress and local eccentric Rosemary DeGesaro.

Saginaw, Michigan's only apple orchard. Located at 6480 Davis Road. Carrying all of your favorite fall treats including fresh cider, donuts made daily, apples and more. #freshapples #appleorchard #saginawmichigan

Saginaw, Michigan's only apple orchard. Located at 6480 Davis Road. Carrying all of your favorite fall treats including fresh cider, donuts made daily, apples and more. #freshapples #appleorchard #saginawmichigan

Saginaw Michigan-people.....parks...... beans..bricks..beets..bread..bridges..steering gears.....car parts..rivers.. rail lines.. potter street station...fishing..... children's zoo....saginaw valley state university.. delta college.....rivers...hospitals...lumber history..castle museum...second national bank building..arthur hill...saginaw high..heritage..

Saginaw Michigan-people.....parks...... beans..bricks..beets..bread..bridges..steering gears.....car parts..rivers.. rail lines.. potter street station...fishing..... children's zoo....saginaw valley state university.. delta college.....rivers...hospitals...lumber history..castle museum...second national bank building..arthur hill...saginaw high..heritage..

Saginaw bricks. Made by the Saginaw Paving Brick company, these bricks were provided to The YWCA, Schmeltzer Store, Symons Bros. Store, St. Mary's Church, St. Andrews Church, Germania School, Salina School and many more places around town. In 1917 it closed its doors for good, due to the Federal Government deeming the business as non-essential during WWI.

Saginaw bricks. Made by the Saginaw Paving Brick company, these bricks were provided to The YWCA, Schmeltzer Store, Symons Bros. Store, St. Mary's Church, St. Andrews Church, Germania School, Salina School and many more places around town. In 1917 it closed its doors for good, due to the Federal Government deeming the business as non-essential during WWI.

171 Likes, 6 Comments - Saginaw Michigan (@saginaw.michigan) on Instagram: “AT&T building on Washington. 📸:@eazye_30”

171 Likes, 6 Comments - Saginaw Michigan (@saginaw.michigan) on Instagram: “AT&T building on Washington. 📸:@eazye_30”

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