The Grand Rapids Public Museum (GRPM) has joined the Museums for All initiative.
Looking for an out-of-the-ordinary experience this Memorial Day weekend? Take a ride on "Hairless Joe," a C-47 transport plane that moved thousands of allied troops during WWII.
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum is set to host the traveling exhibit “Wounded Warrior Dogs Project & K9 War Stories.”
It seems like every other week we are alerted to how awesome our city is by some sort of nationwide poll. Recently, a Grand Rapids attraction was added to a USA Today 10Best list, this time coming in at number one.
Are you ready to take a trip without leaving Grand Rapids?The James C. Veen Observatory might be the ticket for a faraway journey.
Ever wander along Lake Michigan’s shores and find what looks like pieces of an old boat?
The Grand Rapids Public Museum has secured $4 million in State funding from Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. for the Museum’s $50 million expansion project.
John Ball Zoo has announced dates for its annual Zoo Goes Boo event.
We have within a few hours’ drive of Grand Rapids some of the most unique scenery on the planet.
John Ball Zoo will host five themed music evenings for IIlumiZoo Wild Hues.
Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra (KSO) is taking its concert series indoors for the 2021-22 season.
The Muskegon Arts & Culture Coalition is hosting a series of private events for business professionals.
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum will be displaying a collection meant to elicit emotions related to race-based injustice in America history.
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The Grand Rapids Public Museum will host a diversity panel discussion on Sunday, August 13 at 3 p.m. in the museum's Meijer Theater.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum (GRPM) is partnering with Gilda’s LaughFest to host a comedy show.
The Holland Museum is celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Month with a panel discussion that is open to the public.
Blandford Nature Center is hosting a free, all-ages event highlighting 16 local artists.
Bank of America, Merrill and Bank of America Private Bank credit and debit card holders can receive free general admission to two local museums on Oct. 2-3, courtesy of its Museums on US program.
A local museum will offer three programs in August exploring nature and art through child-friendly activities.