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Grand Rapids Intl Airport - 5500 44th Street S.E.

Things to do in Grand Rapids

  • Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park Frederik Meijer Gardens Grand Rapids
    Is a must see for everyone who enjoys beautiful gardens. On your next visit to Grand Rapids, Michigan you won't want to miss out on a visit to the Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park.  This beautiful 125 acre park is home to a stunning botanical garden and sculpture park.  The Frederik Meijer gardens & Sculpture Park is Michigan's second largest tourist destination including the state's largest tropical conservatory and the Midwest's impressive outdoor Sculpture Park featuring over 170 works of art by several world renowned artists.  Visitors will enjoy exploring the beautiful indoor gardens such as the Tropical Conservatory, Victorian, Arid Gardens and  the Carnivorous Plant House.  There is also several fantastic outdoor gardens such as the Children's Garden, Seasonal Gardens and Michigan's Farm Garden.  Visitors will enjoy walking along the lovely nature trails and boardwalks.  Be sure you don't miss the popular Leonardo da Vinci's bronze horse sculpture the American Horse it's amazing.  Tram tours are available if you are not up for walking.  The Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park is a fantastic way to spend the afternoon in Grand Rapids.  There is plenty of fascinating and interesting things to see and do the whole family will enjoy visiting Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park.

  • Grand Rapids Children's Museum
    Welcomes children of all ages, the Grand Rapids Children's Museum is a must see if you are visiting with children.  The Grand Rapids Children's Museum celebrates the joy of learning by providing interactive, hands-on environment that inspires learning and adventure for children of all ages.  The Grand Rapids Children's Museum is constantly changing, so when you come to play at the Museum chances are you will never experience the same exhibits.  With changing our daily programs and rotating exhibits your family will enjoy a variety of fun and activities.  In addition to the changing exhibits the Grand Rapids Children's Museum offers a variety of permanent exhibits such as: Bubbles, Bubbles, Bubbles- this is a popular exhibit for the whole family who doesn't enjoy playing with bubbles?  The Buzzy Beehive- offers its visitors a chance to hear the buzz, smell the sweet honey being made by hundreds of real bees.  Look through the thick plexi glass and see the working bee colony look and see if you can find the Queen Bee.  Mirror Magic- is lots of fun as visitors explore the magical world of reflections, distorted mirrors, prisms and more.  The Mom and Pop Store- come and shop for groceries, be the cashier, bag up your food and clean up the isles in the Store.  The Grand Rapids Children's Museum has many other permanent exhibits you won't want to miss.   You will need a full day for playing and discovering at the Grand Rapids Children's Museum.

  • Roger B. Chaffee Planetarium
    Is a great place to spend the afternoon, when vacationing in Grand Rapids.  The Roger B. Chaffee Planetarium is located within the Public Museum.  Your entire family will enjoy discovering Astronomy at the Roger B. Chaffee Planetarium.  The Planetarium is named after the brave astronaut Roger B. Chaffee who was native to Grand Rapids, lost his life in the 1967 Apollo 1 spacecraft fire.  The Roger B. Chaffee Planetarium will amaze all its visitors with computerized Digistar and laser projectors, amazing high powered digital sound system, fantastic video and still images and exciting special effects.  Visitors will be amazed by the classic rock shows such as Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Radiohead you name it we have it complete with cosmic laser lights and vibrant images.  The Roger B. Chaffee Planetarium offers seasonal sky shows and themed productions geared to educate visitors of all ages about the stars along with our place in the solar system. 

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Voigt House Grand RapidsVoigt House Victorian Museum
This stunning, historical house is a must see when you are visiting Grand Rapids.  This beautiful Victorian home was built in 1895 and was the residence of the socially prominent Voigt family (who owned the Voigt-Herpolsheimer department store and grain mills) for over seventy years.  The Voigt House is unique because it stayed in the Voigt family until it was donated to the Grand Rapids Foundation in 1971.  Making it part of the Public Museum of Grand Rapids.  As visitors tour this lovely Victorian Mansion you will see the original furnishing and artifacts from the Voigt Family along with seasonal programs on life in Grand Rapids during the Victorian era.  The Voigt House is open on Tuesdays and alternating Sundays of every month, the Voigt House is located in a large historic community in Grand Rapids, Michigan referred to as Heritage Hill neighborhood.  Heritage Hill is made up of 1300 properties, these houses date from 1848 and represent 60 different styles of architectural designs.  Heritage Hill community was made of well-to-do people from teachers, legislatures, lumber barons and judges.  Today, Heritage Hill is a vibrant community with a large group of professional homeowners from every background.  A drive through this historic community is well worth it. 

Thousand Oaks Golf Club
Is one of Michigan's top golf destinations in Michigan, so if you enjoy golf Thousand Oaks Golf Club is a great place to spend the day.  Thousand Oaks Golf Club is a short drive from downtown Grand Rapids.  This beautiful 18 hole golf course overlooks the Grand River and is a tribute to the famous golf course architect Rees Jones.  The course at Thousand Oaks Golf Club features several elevated tees surrounded by acres of  natural beauty.  Thousand Oaks Golf Course is designed to challenge your golf skills in addition to golfers of all skill levels.  Visitors will enjoy a fantastic day of golfing along with beautiful sights, sounds and native animals at Thousand Oaks Golf Club.  Compliment your day with a delicious meal at The Acorn Grille at Thousand Oaks Golf Club.  Visitors can enjoy year-round dining the elegant yet cozy restaurant is open for lunch and dinner offering tasty burgers for lunch to enjoying a romantic meal or celebrating a special occasion.

Enterprise rent- a- car Grand Rapids, Michigan

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Grand Rapids Airport Enterprise - 5500 44TH ST SE
Enterprise Grand Rapids - 2740 28TH ST SE
Car Rentals in Grand Rapids - 4214 PLAINFIELD AVE NE
Grand Rapids Enterprise - 7580 EXPRESSWAY DR SW
Enterprise Rental Grand Rapids - 1100 PLAINFIELD AVE NE
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Restaurants in Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • The 1913 Room
    Should not be missed when vacationing in Grand Rapids, The 1913 Room offers elegant dining  in a stunning restaurant.  The 1913 Room is located in the Amway Grand Plaza in downtown Grand Rapids.  The 1913 Restaurant specializes in fine dinning from exceptional service, mouth watering main courses, must have deserts all presented like its a piece of artwork almost to beautiful to eat.  Guests should treat themselves to the chef's customized menu offering a meal sure to have you talking about for years.  The 1913 Room has won several awards and honors including Grand Rapids Magazine "Restaurant of the Year" seven times in the past ten years and most recent "Restaurant of the Decade."  In 2002 The 1913 Room was the first restaurant to be awarded the AAA Five Diamond rating.  The 1913 Room  is open for lunch and dinner this fantastic restaurant is well worth the splurge.
  • Rose's on Reeds Lake
    Offers casual dining overlooking the beautiful Reeds Lake.  Rose's has been a popular dining  location since 1993 nestled in some of the most beautiful natural settings in West Michigan. Rose's restaurant offers a relaxing atmosphere with a Mediterranean infused menu offering wood-fired pizzas, pasta dishes, specialty sandwiches, a variety of tasty salads all made fresh and delicious entrees.  To compliment a fantastic menu Rose's has an extensive wine list.  Rose's also offers a variety of mouthwatering deserts, be sure you save some room.  Rose's restaurant offers outdoor seating, perfect for enjoying a romantic meal.
The 1913 Room in Grand Rapids
wood fired pizza

National Rental Cars Grand Rapids, Michigan

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Grand Rapids Intl Airport National  - 5500 44th Street S.E.

  • Moelker Orchards and Farm Market Moelker Orchards in Grand Rapids
    For a unique, outdoor adventure the entire family will enjoy.  If you are visiting Grand Rapids in the fall you should experience apple picking at the Moelker Orchard.  Located west of Grand Rapids, the Moelker Orchards and Farm Market is a family owned and operated Orchard since 1907.  The Moelker family has been growing top quality fruit on the same farm for over 100 years, offering a variety of fruits from apples, peaches, pears, cherries, plums and fresh apple cider. During the fall they offer pumpkins, gourds and squash perfect for fall decorations. Sold in the Farm Market are delicious fruit jams, salsas, pure Michigan Maple Syrup, locally produced honey and many other delicious items.  Moelker Orchard also has Horse Drawn Plowing Day so visitors can see how the fields were plowed the old fashioned way.  Complete your visit by trying your hand in apple picking on the Moelker Orchards.
  • Bittersweet Ski Resort
    Is one of the most popular ski destinations near Grand Rapids.  Bittersweet Ski Resort is skier friendly offering slopes for all levels of skiing.  If you are a beginner or never skied before Bittersweet provides a professional ski school staff to assist you with lessons. For beginners and first timers they will teach you the basics giving you the confidence to ski most of the slopes and intermediate & advanced skiers can improve their style and techniques.  Bittersweet offers night skiing, large lift capacity, groomed slopes and snow making.

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Gerald R Ford Airport Avis  - 5500 44th Street S.E.
Grand Rapids Downtown Avis - 130 Market Ave S.W.
Grand Rapids Avis Rental - 5359 Plain Field Ave
Avis Rental Kentwood - 5420 S. Division Ave
Avis Car Rentals Holland - 520 Chicago Drive

  • Public MuseumPublic Museum in Grand Rapids
    Is home to several rotating and permanent exhibits offering something for visitors of all ages. A few highlighted exhibits include: The Furniture City- is the largest and most studied exhibit in the museum.  Early Grand Rapids received the nickname the furniture city because it was the first center to mass produce furniture in North America.  Visitors will have the chance to see over 120 pieces of furniture from the 1840's to the 1990's, see a large mural telling the story of the city and its people along with a re-created 1920's showroom from the Grand Rapids Furniture Market.  Next is the Habitats Exhibit- everyone will enjoy exploring this exhibit as you wander through the natural environments of Michigan. This life like exhibit shows the native plants and animals in their natural environment.  The Habitats exhibit features dioramas with lights, sounds, hands-on activities and images that help children learn about the fish and other animals in Lake Michigan.  In addition they will learn about ecosystems for the wet lands, sand dunes and the woods.
  • 1928 Spillman Carousel
    Should not be missed when you visit the Public Museum, this beautiful Carousel makes up the Cook Carousel Pavilion extending over the stunning Grand River from the main gallery of the Museum.  The Carousel is open year round and visitors can enjoy rides for one dollar enjoying the music of a Wurlitzer band organ.  The 1928 Spillman Carousel features 44 hand carved wooden horses, two chariots and other animals such as lion, deer, giraffe, camel, goat and a tiger.  All the animals are elaborately painted and jeweled complete with an original ticket booth.  The interior and dome of the Carousel are decorated and painted in vivid colors finished with shiny brass poles and 1,200 lights.  Visitors of all ages won't want to miss a ride on this beautiful Carousel.

Thrifty Car Rental Grand Rapids, Michigan

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  • Meyer May House in Grand RapidsMeyer May House 
    Is another historic house that should not be missed when visiting Grand Rapids, Michigan.  This beautiful house was built in 1908-1909 by Frank Lloyd Wright, for Meyer May and his wife Sophie.  This one of a kind style house is very different from the other Victorian style houses near the Meyer May house.  Myer's father Abraham owned a successful clothing store in Grand Rapids he was always on the cutting edge of fashion and technology, they were the first store to use clothes hangers to display their clothing. Abraham passed away while his son Meyer was still in college, he soon dropped out of school and took over the family business.  He became a wealthy, successful business man.  Meyer and his family lived in the home until Meyer passed away in 1936, the home was abandoned for six years and the later owners rented rooms out.  Over the next 40 years the house underwent several modifications, in 1985 the house was purchased by Steelcase and restoration began.  Steelcase opened the house to the public in 1987 the restoration of the Meyer May house is almost perfect.  Visitors will be amazed as you tour this stunning, one of a kind house.
  • Grand Haven Pier and Lighthouse
    Is located within Grand Haven State Park, visitors will enjoy strolling along the boardwalk admiring the 51-foot tall, fire engine red lighthouse.  This was the first lighthouse in Grand Haven completed in 1839 and stood on the south side of the Grand River.  In 1855 a second lighthouse was built and stood high up on a bluff East of the Grand River, in addition to the lighthouse's a fog signal building was added to the end of south pier in 1875.  The pier was extended in 1905 and the fog signal building was moved to the end of the pier where it remains today.  The original 1839 South Pier lighthouse was moved from the shore to its current position on the south pier and rebuilt in 1905.  Located at the top of the inner lighthouse is the parapet and lantern room which is all automated.  The bright red lighthouse houses a light and a fog signal-horn to assist mariners. 

Dollar Rent-A-Car Grand Rapids

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Detroit Intl Airport Dollar - Located inside Airport

  • Gerald R. Ford Presidential MuseumGerald R. Ford Presidential Museum Grand Rapids
    Is a popular tourist attraction when visiting Grand Rapids.  Gerald R. Ford was the 38th President of the United States.  The Museum's permanent exhibits are the core of the Museum's program allowing its visitors a great opportunity to participate in a part of history, offering a glimpse into the lives of  President and Mrs. Gerald Ford.  In addition to the permanent exhibits, there are temporary exhibits rich in history using information from the Presidential libraries, National Archives, the Smithsonian Institution and other sources.  In addition to the educational exhibits the Museum hosts several special events, opens the grounds to the community for special festivals and fireworks on the fourth of July.  The Museum staff even hosts a 1940's fashion show and special activities for school children.
  • Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library
    Is located in Ann Arbor on the University of Michigan's North Campus.  If you have visited the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum you will want to visit the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library.  The Presidential Library houses, collects, preserves and makes accessible to the public a large collection of archival materials on United States domestic issues, political affairs during the Cold War era and foreign relations.  The Presidential Library's current holdings include 23 million pages of memos, letters, reports, meeting notes and other historical documents.  Also housed in the Presidential Library are video tapes of broadcasts, photographs, audiotapes of press briefings, speeches, film of public events and more.  The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library is a fantastic experience for the whole family.

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Gerald R. Ford Intl Airport Hertz - 5500 44th Street S.E.
Hertz Grand Rapids- 555 28th Street S.E.
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