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What is the Michigan Activity Pass?

What is the Michigan Activity Pass?

Have you heard of the Michigan Activity Pass?! If you’re looking for free things to do in Michigan, this is one pass you can’t live without! This one printable pass can get you FREE admission (or cheap tickets) to over 400 venues across the state, including museums, cultural destinations, National Parks, state parks, campgrounds and more!

The discounts offered vary by venue. Some offer completely free admission; some offer discounts for admission or gift shop purchases. This program has been running for over 10 years and now includes more than 440 Michigan destinations!

You can print the Michigan Activity Pass from the comfort of your own home. Click here for detailed, step-by-step instruction guide that will show you how to check out these passes. All you have to do is use our list to find free things to do in Michigan… and then print your pass and go!

You can check out one MAP pass every seven days! If you visited one new place per week, it would take you nearly eight and a half years to visit them all!

Where will you go on your next adventure?

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