Experience a Feast for the Senses

You won’t want to miss a beat when you see what Saline brings to the stage – musical talents from a variety of genres and dramatic performances for all ages. Our downtown Summer Music Series, the Acoustic Routes concert series at Mangiamo Italian Grill, as well as performances at several of our other local restaurants feature everything from jazz, blues and rock to bluegrass, country, Celtic and pop. Throughout the year, talented community and student groups such as the Saline Fiddlers perform numerous concerts, plays and musicals, many at Saline High School’s state-of-the-art Ellen A. Ewing Performing Arts Center.

To enjoy some more reflective moments, visit our public art sculptures sprinkled throughout the downtown area. One of these – the “Seats of Our Heritage” – pays homage to Saline’s agricultural roots. The Two Twelve Arts Center, a mainstay of cultural life in Saline, offers a variety of art classes, programs and exhibits. The Saline District Library also regularly features local art exhibits, as well as a lovely sculpture garden along the Library Brecon Trail.

Unique Saline Attractions


Visit this unique one-of-a-kind property, once owned by Henry Ford open May through October.
OPEN HOUSE: EVERY Saturday 11 AM to 1 PM
No appointment needed

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Saline Community Fair

Old-fashioned community fair at the Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds features agricultural and craft exhibits, livestock judging, horse shows, talent contests, tractor pulls, carnival rides, Miss Saline pageant, a demolition derby, live music, and more.

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Saline Farmers Market

Shopping at Saline’s farmers market is a great way to meet local farmers and get fresh, flavorful produce.

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Finkbeiner Sunflower Farm

Just west of the City of Saline, this amazing farm is bursting with sunflowers in late summer.  A “must see” with a long history, the Finkbeiners have growing sunflowers for the past several decades on a rotating basis (every 3-4 years).  Their seeds have been recommended by the Audubon Society and “Audubon” is now printed […]

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Rentschler Farm Museum

Tours: The Farm Museum is open May to mid-December on Saturdays. After September, only the farmhouse is open as the outbuildings close for the season and the animals return to their owners’ farms. Regular hours are 11:00-3:00 and by appointment. Groups larger than ten require a reservation. Call 734-944-0442.

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Saline Fiddlers Philharmonic

Saline Fiddlers Philharmonic, America’s premier youth fiddling show band from Saline, Michigan, astounds audiences every time the group takes the stage. The musicians, all from Saline High School, present an energetic and polished show that features a diverse range of music from American folk, fiddle, bluegrass, jazz, western swing, and Celtic traditions.

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Depot Museum & Trail

Tours: The Depot Museum is open year round on Saturdays for browsing and for guided tours. Visitors will see a station agent’s room, freight room, furnished caboose, and livery barn. A restored Eclipse Windmill is on the property. Regular hours are 11:00-3:00 and by appointment. Groups larger than ten require a reservation. Call 734-944-0442

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Saline City Parks

The Saline area neighborhoods have many community parks with playgrounds, play equipment, picnic areas, sports fields, basketball courts, dog parks, boat launch ramps, restrooms, and other special facilities.

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Saline Recreation

Maplewood Lanes

Maplewood Lanes offer you a superior bowling experience. One that will keep you coming back for more!

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Depot & Library Brecon Trail

The Depot Trail is 1/4-mile long and runs between North Ann Arbor and Harris streets. Made of crushed, compacted limestone, the trail follows an abandoned RR bed to provide a walkable, bikeable surface. Public art, plantings, a bench, and a bike rack. The Brecon Library Trail is a 10-foot-wide asphalt pathway going from Maple Road to North Harris Street and connects with the Depot Trail. Jane DeDecker’s “Heartland Stories” sculpture honoring the local agriculture community is installed on the trail near the Library.

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