Grand Rapids Michigan Makes For A Nice Family Vacation

There is only one other city in Michigan that is larger than Grand Rapids, and of course it’s Detroit. While the city of Grand Rapids itself only has a little less than 200k, that population is nothing to sneeze at for sure. The metro area has a population of more than a million. Grand Rapids is one of the best cities in the state to visit, and here are five attractions there that you might want to visit.

The John Ball Zoo is one such attraction, and it features over 2000 animals. There is also a tram, a zipline and more that you and your family can experience together. It is important to note that you can’t visit this zoo during the wintertime. If you’re in the area during the spring summer or fall, however, you can make your way to 1300 Fulton Street West. The penguin habitat is said to be one of the best exhibits. Continue reading Grand Rapids Michigan Makes For A Nice Family Vacation

Five More Wonderful Attractions To Visit In Lansing Michigan

The Heart of Michigan has so much to offer, and you’re about to discover five more attractions in the city. Ingham County is a great area of The Great Lakes State to explore in general. There is so much history in the Lansing area. You’re right smack dab in the middle of The Wolverine State, and there are a total of 76 major attractions. That’s why it’s a good idea for us to take a look together at five more places of interest in Lansing MI.

First up is the RE Olds Transportation Museum, which is located at 240 Museum Drive. There are plenty of classic automobiles there, and the museum even houses buggies. According to a travel site, the museum claims to be one of the top 10 automotive museums in the entire world. The REO and the Star are two examples of rare automobiles you will find at the RE Olds Transportation Museum. People say that there is a wonderful gift shop, and you can also rent the museum for special events. Continue reading Five More Wonderful Attractions To Visit In Lansing Michigan

Michigan Real Estate – A Little of Everything

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With lakes, forest, farmland, college towns and big cities, Michigan has a little of everything. Fortunately, Michigan real estate prices are on the low end.

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Michigan is a state of great beauty if the outdoors is your thing. The state borders no less than four of the Great Lakes and has thousands of smaller lakes within its border. Yes, thousands. With all this water come forest and a bevy of outdoor activities. If you prefer the city life, Detroit is in a renaissance. For a taste of the college life, Ann Arbor is the home of the University of Michigan. Continue reading Michigan Real Estate – A Little of Everything

Stop By These Wonderful Attractions In The City Of Grand Rapids Michigan

It’s time to explore more of the beautiful city of Grand Rapids MI. You’re talking about quite a large city with almost 200k people and many visitors each year. One of the city’s many nicknames is Furniture City. Its Latin motto translates to mean ‘strength in activity,’ and there are quite a few activities to be enjoyed in the beautiful city of Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Leonardo Da Vinci’s Horse is a landmark you just have to see if you’re in Grand Rapids. It’s part of the Frederick Meijer Gardens that I mentioned in the last article. It’s an attraction in and of itself, so make sure you don’t miss it when you stop by the gardens. The bronze horse is 24 feet tall, and it is based off a drawing by Lenoardo Da Vinci himself. You can imagine that it makes for a great picture opportunity. Continue reading Stop By These Wonderful Attractions In The City Of Grand Rapids Michigan