LOCATION TEMPORARILY CLOSED
I have to say, my visit to this dispensary did NOT go well. Having been to my fair share of dispensaries, on a cold Michigan winter evening, I buzzed their doorbell to be let in, only to be asked to show my ID. At 15°, not counting the wind chill, I was bundled up pretty tightly and had my wallet firmly ensconced in my securely fastened backpack. I had to take off the pack and my gloves to find my wallet and pull out my ID to show them before they buzzed me in where I needed to show it again. Please, who needs this hassle! Also, this dispensary is absolutely not ADA accessible, as you must go up a steep flight of stairs to go in.
Once in, it turns out they do not carry organic flower in their otherwise nice and well-lit showroom floor. They do display the flower and other products. Not having weed on display is one of my pet peeves. One likes to see and smell the products, please!
Treehouse 603 is at the northwest end of the diag, just up E. William St. Treehouse 603 makes it very difficult to learn who owns them and how many stores do they own. There is some evidence they have at least a couple of stores in MI and one in California, with a cultivation center in Warren. Why the mystery Treehouse?
You’re a couple of blocks from the Blake Transit Center and can catch all the buses from there. Both of the businesses mentioned below service the hotels out by I94 & State Street.
Bus 6 goes from downtown Ann Arbor to downtown Ypsilanti, via Briarwood Mall.
Bus 24 Downtown Ann Ann Arbor to St Joseph Hospital via Briarwood Mall.
Fri & Sat: 10am-9pm
What’s Near this Dispensary
Comet Coffee is around the corner on State St, inside Nichols Arcade. There will be a lot of students here and you’ll get an excellent cup of coffee.
Redhawk Bar & Grill
The Redhawk is the closest restaurant on our recommendation list and is just around the corner on State Street. The Redhawk has great pub food (salads, burgers, and sandwiches) and never disappoints. Most of my vegetarian diet friends really like the black bean burger.
Savas is a bit more upscale but still casual. Savas is further up State St from Redhawk, the same side of the street, past Liberty. It’s a limited menu, but there’s something for everyone. You cannot go wrong with the bang bang shrimp as a starter. Savas is the first restaurant of Sava Farah, one of Ann Arbor’s leading restaurateurs.
Knights Steakhouse is around the block from Treehouse 603 and is one of Ann Arbor’s longtime restaurants and a local institution. Knight’s Twitter handle is @StrongDrinks – to let you know what you’re in for when you dine here. Always a good experience!
There’s a ton to do in this neighborhood. Take advantage of a walk in the diag. Then walk around campus and check out the beautiful architecture.
UM Museum of Art
UMMA, UM Museum of Art is just down the street, on State. There’s always a fantastic exhibit on show.
Axe throwing at Axe Ventura is just around the corner on Maynard. I’ll own that I have not yet tried this, but wow, this just seems so cool. They have two locations, one right here and the other in Findlay Oh. Let us know how you like this place!
This is one of the closest dispensaries to some of Ann Arbor’s great venues. You’ll find Arbors Wellness is just a short walk from:
- The Michigan Theater & The State Theater. Catch a movie after you pick up your weed!
- Hill Auditorium (live presentations). Reserve some tickets ahead. Hill always has something great to offer.
- Rackham Auditorium Primarily for conferences, lectures, and chamber concerts
- The Power Center for the Performing Arts (this is a bit further of a schlepp, but still the closest dispensary)
Kelsey Museum of Archeology
The Kelsey Museum of Archeology is always fascinating. It’s recently been remodeled. If you like ancient artifacts, this is definitely the place to visit. Kelsey is fascinating!