Woods, ponds and streams preserved within the city. Animal exhibits and trails open every day, free. Admission charged for seasonal programs including maple syrup production, pioneer history and crafts.
1715 Hillburn Avenue NW
This 132-acre attraction features the most comprehensive outdoor sculpture collection in the Midwest, indoor and outdoor gardens, largest tropical conservatory in the state, nature trails, guided tram and 5 acre Children's Garden.
1000 East Beltline Avenue NE
Experience America's most entertaining presidential museum. Attend a White House State Dinner, step inside the Oval Office and see the original Watergate burglary tools. Admission charged.
303 Pearl Street NW
Changing exhibitions feature local, national and international artists. The museum collection spans Renaissance to Modern Art, with particular strength in European and American 19th and 20th century painting and sculpture. Admission charged.
101 Monroe Center NW
Celebrating childhood and the joy of learning by providing hands-on exhibits that inspire learning and encourage self-directed exploration. Admission charged.
22 Sheldon Avenue NE
This museum offers world-class exhibits on history, nature, cultural heritage and more. Ride a 1928 carousel, catch a show in the planetarium or eat in the café overlooking the Grand River. Admission charged.
272 Pearl Street NW
John Ball Zoo, with over 1,000 animals, is located in a 110-acre park. The zoo has an aquarium, children's zoo, African area and chimpanzee exhibit. Admission charged.
1300 West Fulton Street
This 1908 masterpiece of the prairie-style design is one of the most complete restorations of a Frank Lloyd Wright house in existence. Admission free.
450 Madison Avenue SE
Presenting spectacular and educational multi-media sky shows and laser light shows for all ages in its Digistar theater. Shows change several times a year. Admission charged.
272 Pearl Street NW
Created by internationally known artist, Maya Lin. Water is featured in the frozen, liquid and vapor states. Concerts are held on summer evenings and ice skate rentals are provided in the winter.
Monroe Center and Monroe Ave.
Michigan's largest multi-disciplinary contemporary arts center offers cutting-edge programming in visual arts, performance art, literature, film, music and dance. UICA's Film Theatre is downtown's only cinema, presenting films six days a week.
2 Fulton Street W