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Let us help you plan your group trip to Grand Rapids where you'll find excellent restaurants, shops, and outdoor activities. It's a haven for those wanting to learn more about the history, culture and progression of the Midwest.
Visit San Chez Bistro, a restaurant featuring ingredients from around the area as well as handmade dishes made to order. Marie Catribs is a fun restaurant where they specialize in making new creations and experimenting with old favorites. Another excellent dining option is The Grove. This spot has a classy feel and is best for a more formal night out on the town.
Take a walk around the Heritage Hill Historic Neighborhood to see Victorian-styled houses and ancient trees. While walking around the rest of the city, be sure to stop and observe the Kent County Civil War Monument. Also along your stroll, take a look at President Ford's childhood home. And if you're looking for more information or areas devoted to the former president, head over to the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library Museum. Here, guests can enjoy exhibits about Betty Ford, artifacts from history, and interactive displays.
Take a stroll the ever-expanding Millennium Park. Once finished, the park will be larger than New York City's Central Park. Another excellent park is John Ball Park and Zoo, home to exotic animals like tigers and tropical amphibians. Directly outside the zoo is a public park with a pond and ample room for a picnic or lawn game. If you're more in the mood for growing gardens and beautiful flowers, head to the Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park. Here, visitors enjoy sculpture exhibits, an orchid wall, an 1880's farmhouse, and a butterfly maze.
La Grande Vitesse is a huge outdoor sculpture located right in front of the city hall. Its curvaceous form is meant to embody the curves of the river. For more art, head to the Grand Rapids Art Museum which hosts seasonal exhibits, local pottery, and art. Take a stroll through the Meyer May House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The tour of the house is free and open to the public. It comes with a film that discusses the history of the home and the story behind its design and implementation.
Organize a school field trip to one of these exhibits by charter bus. Kids will enjoy on-board TV monitors while chaperones will appreciate the option of amenities like WiFi and power outlets.
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