Grand Rapids Public Museum
The Public Museum is located in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan, on the west bank of the Grand River. The Grand Rapids Public Museum is a multi-site institution with various affiliated locations around West Michigan, plus Cafe & Curiosity Shop. Visit any of the following: Van Andel Museum Center - Chaffee Planetarium - Voigt House - Community Archives - Calkins Law Office - Veen Observatory - Norton Mounds - 54 Jefferson.
Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park
Discover the beauty and splendor of our botanic garden and internationally acclaimed sculpture park in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Comprised of 132 acres of natural wetlands, woodlands, meadows and display gardens.
John Ball Zoo Society
The John Ball Zoo has over 1100 animals representing the wilds of Africa, Asia, South America, Australia and the United States.
Gerald R. Ford Museum
The permanent exhibits are the core of the Museum's program. They allow visitors to participate in history, not just view it, while reviewing the highlights of the lives of President and Mrs. Ford.
Grand Rapids Children’s Museum
The Grand Rapids Children’s Museum celebrates childhood and the joy of learning by providing an interactive, hands-on environment that inspires learning and encourages self directed exploration.
Welcome To Heritage Hill - A National, State, and Local Historic District in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Experience Grand Rapids - Visitors
Big-city excitement and natural splendor. Cultural sophistication and small-town warmth. Fun for families and coolness for couples. Grand Rapids offers the best of all worlds - so you don't have to settle for either/or. You can put your own special edge on your trip.
Parks & Recreation
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