Welcome to Troy

Troy is a great place to live, work, learn and play, vibrant community with a strong sense of civic pride, a balanced community, rich in cultural diversity, community wellness & economic vitality. Troy is the 12th largest city in Michigan (by population, 2000 Census 80,959) and is the safest City in Michigan and the 5th safest City in the Nation.

Some of the top choices for visitors around the city include:

Troy Museum and Historic Village
60 W. Wattles Road at Livernois Road, Troy, Michigan 48098
+1 248.524.3570
The Troy Museum endeavors to provide a hands-on learning experience designed to provide lifelong learning opportunities focused on Troy Community heritage. The Museum preserves cultural heritage through physical structures, collection of artifacts, and archival materials.

Troy Nature Center
6685 Coolidge Highway, Troy, Michigan 48098
+1 248.524.3567
The Lloyd A. Stage Nature Center is a 100 acre nature sanctuary dedicated to educating about the natural world. A wide range of programs, including an extensive list of school programs, provides opportunities for adults and children alike to enjoy and learn about the out-of-doors. Our 100 acres contains most of the "chapters" to a textbook about nature and ecology of Southeastern Michigan and is a beautiful place to recreate a more peaceful connection with the natural world. Come join us on a journey of discovery, learning and enjoyment.

Troy Family Aquatic Center
3425 Civic Center Drive, Troy, MI 48084
+1 248.524.3514
The outdoor Troy Family Aquatic Center offers daily and seasonal passes to waves of fun all summer long. Guests can enjoy the main swimming pool with a zero depth entrance (like a beach) and lap lanes; kids spray pools with a waterfall, a water tree and pint size water slide; tube slide and body slide; a sand-filled area with a playscape and toys; sand volleyball courts; deck and lounge chairs; food concessions and shaded patio; sun hill and locker rooms.