Monthly exhibits including Michigan artists and students, as well as touring exhibitions are featured by the Council. Tours and various special programs are also available.
The Tri-Cities Historical Museum gives visitors an opportunity to look through the windows of time into the history of Northwest Ottawa County, including the communities of Grand Haven, Spring Lake, and Ferrysburg. Located on the banks of the Grand River in the former Grand Trunk Railroad depot, built in 1870, the Museum offers Victorian period rooms, sports, agriculture, toy, tourism and other exhibits which portray day-to-day life-styles. In addition, the Museum includes temporary exhibits that change from time to time as well as several special workshops and classes, the Holiday Home Tour, an annual Quilt Show, and the Highland Park Cottage Tour.
One of Holland's most treasured attractions can be enjoyed any time of the year. Special programs are run daily for children, exploring the natural phenomena in the park (phone for schedule). Take a walk out to the pier as the sun sets and kids of all ages will enjoy a swing on the beach.
Get in touch with nature as you explore the trails of this 16 acre preserve. The Brower Interpretive Center offers hands-on displays. Open All Year.
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