123 E. Washington - Street Howell, MI 48843
517.548.1795 or 800.686.8474
autumn

Shopping Options

Tanger Outlet


Tanger Outlet Center is Livingston County’s number one attraction and largest outlet shopping center. Featuring more than 75 stores offering name brand merchandise at savings up to 70% off retail, Tanger Outlet Center is a bargain hunter’s paradise! Tour buses are welcome. The center’s hours are: 9 am - 9 pm, Monday-Saturday, and 10am - 7pm on Sundays. Call for special holiday hours.

1475 N Burkhart Rd, Howell MI - 517.545.0500

Green Oak Village Place


You will enjoy Livingston County’s only “Life Style” mall Green Oak Village Place. Nestled in a beautiful park-like setting, the center features the latest fashion and designs from over 47 top retailers. With plenty of dining options within and near by, Green Oak Village Place is an ideal place to shop...dine... and unwind.

US 23 at Lee Rd, Brighton MI - 810.225.0337

Livingston Antique Outlet


With 32,800 square feet of space and 180 quality dealers, Livingston Antique Outlet is an antique lover's paradise. Unique, antique merchandise, including architectural items, primitive books, vintage prints, yard items, furniture, pottery and cast iron cookware are just a sampling of many treasures housed under one roof. New merchandise arrives daily. Hours are Monday-Saturday, 10am-6pm and Sunday noon-5pm.

1825 Burkhart Rd, Howell MI - 517.548.5399

Brighton

Downtown Brighton


Explore the Tridge and half mile nature boardwalk along downtown Brighton’s tranquil Mill Pond. Children can make-believe they are in a miniature fantasy land while playing in the 10,000 square foot Imagination Station, a wooden playscape here in Brighton’s Principal Shopping District. Whether in search of art galleries, boutiques, specialty shops, outdoor sculptures, or just a great place to eat, you will find it in Brighton.

Brighton Principal Shopping District
200 N First St, Brighton MI

Dining Guide

Greater Brighton Chamber of Commerce
131 Hyne St., Brighton MI - 810.227.5086

Howell

Downtown Howell


The City of Howell’s historic downtown is officially designated a National Historic District. A variety of shops feature a wonderful assortment of goods including, clothing, antiques, home décor, specialty items, a winery and more. Choose from a range of dining options that include a neighborhood pub, a steakhouse, coffee shops and more. From May through October, the Howell Sunday Farmer’s Market showcases the best locally-grown produce at its State Street location.

The Downtown Development Authority
611 E Grand River, Howell MI
517.545.4240

Dining Guide
Howell Chamber of Commerce
123 E Washington St, Howell MI - 517.546.3920

Pinckney / Lakeland / Hamburg / Hell Area

Pinckney, Lakeland, Hamburg, Hell


The Pinckney, Lakeland, Hamburg, Hell area offers outdoor enthusiasts many great choices like the chain of lakes, the Lakeland Trail, and thousands of acres of parks and recreation. These pleasant villages and charming communities include all sorts of gear and supplies for an outdoor adventure. No visit is complete without tasting the “Sinfully delicious” ice cream at Screams Ice Cream in Hell. A visit to this area is a relaxing and welcome change from the frantic pace of big city life.

Pinckney / Lakeland / Hamburg / Hell Area Division of the Brighton Chamber
131 Hyne St, Brighton MI
810.227.5086
Dining Guide
Screams Ice Cream & Halloween
4045 Patterson Lake Rd, Hell MI - 734.878.2233

Hartland

Hartland


Hartland’s classic setting is perfect for those who enjoy discovering little known quaint villages. Historic buildings like the Florence B. Dearing Museum and the Hartland Music Hall offer a glimpse into the lives of Hartland’s early settlers. During the Hartland AutumnFest, the community comes together in a delightful celebration of the season that includes craft booths, food, fun, a flea market and entertainment.

Hartland Chamber of Commerce
3552 Avon St, Hartland MI
810.632.9130
Dining Guide

Fowlerville

Village of Fowlerville


The Village of Fowlerville takes you back in time by offering one-of-a-kind shops like a homemade candy store or an old-fashioned dime store with wooden floors. When planning your visit you may want to arrive during the Fowlerville Family Fair. Fair exhibits and activities showcase the best our agricultural heritage has to offer. Don’t miss the Livingston Centre Historical Village at the fairgrounds which is open for public tours.

Village of Fowlerville
213 S Grand St, Fowlerville MI
517.223.3771

Dining Guide
Fowlerville Business Association
100 W. Grand River Ave., Fowlerville MI - 517.223.9350

517.548.1795
800.686.8474
123 E. Washington Street
Howell, MI 48843

      

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