The second largest city of Michigan is none other than Grand Rapids which offers beautiful scenic views of Spectacular River, museums, and restaurants. Once you go through the Frederik Meijer Gardens as well as Sculpture Park, you will get a chance to see Grand Rapids Art Museum. Some of the most renowned places of the city are as follows:


  • Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park


Want to see most popular sculptures in the world? You can see them in the Grand Rapids’ Gardens. It is opened in the year 1995, which is a known recreational, cultural, and educational destination located in the Midwest. On the entire campus of 158-acre you will come across three-story conservatory comprises of the waterfall, rock garden, and wide variety of rare species of plants.

Address: 1000 East Beltline Avenue NE, Grand Rapids, Michigan.


  • Grand Rapids Public Museum


This museum has been started in 1854 as the Lyceum of Natural History. The aim of the museum is to collect the whole spirit of West Michigan via authentic experiences which resultantly provide entertainment as well as education.

Address: 272 Pearl Street NW, Grand Rapids, Michigan.


  • Grand Rapids Art Museum


This museum is the piece of modern art in itself. It is situated in the wide area of 125,000 square feet showcasing 20,000 square feet of exhibition along with gallery space. This is the only museum which is certified as LEED Gold for its entire environmental design. The museum has a collection of Renaissance to Modern Art, along with the collection of 19th and 20th-century European and American Art.

Address: 101 Monroe Center St NW, Grand Rapids, Michigan.


  • Blandford Nature Center


This is the place where tiger resides. This center is completely an independent organization which leases on 142 acres of area from the City of Grand Rapids. This is the great place to visit with kids.

Address: 1715 Hillburn Ave NW, Grand Rapids, Michigan.


  • Meyer May House


This is the most restored Lloyd Wright’s Prairie-style houses located in the country. It has deep overhangs, low-pitched rooflines, windows, and the building’s connection with the outdoors.

Address: 450 Madison Avenue SE, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Phone: 616-246-4821.