Introduction to Saginaw, Michigan
Saginaw, Michigan is 88 miles NW of Detroit, Michigan. It is in Saginaw county. The city is part of the Saginaw - Bay City - Midland metro area. The population of Saginaw is 61,799.
This area was originally inhabited by Native Americans. French missionaries and traders invaded the area during the late 1600s. The first permanent settlement by Europeans took place in 1815. Today’s Saginaw resulted from the consolidation of the cities of East Saginaw and Saginaw (West Side) in 1889.
Saginaw and nearby Attractions
- Saginaw Art Museum
- Mid-Michigan Children's Museum
- Castle Museum of Saginaw County
- Saginaw Railway Museum
- Roethke Park
- Mid Michigan Childrens Museum
Things To Do In Saginaw
There are various historical buildings and museums in the city that you can visit during your leisure time. The city parks are also great places to relax with friends and family members.
People seeking air transportation from Saginaw can access two airports- the MBS International Airport and the Bishop International Airport.
Saginaw Higher Education
The colleges and universities situated close to Saginaw are Saginaw Valley State University, Delta College, Northwood University, Kettering University and Mott Community College.