5 Places to Take Your Date!

Kaci Horacek

Frederik Meijer Garden

If you're a nature lover than this is the perfect place. Here they have nature trails, many different gardens for you to explore and they have their butterfly exhibit. They also have sculpture galleries and a permanent sculpture collection. Frederik Meijer Garden is located at 1000 East Beltline N.E in Grand Rapids, MI.
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John Ball Zoo

Everyone loves to go to the zoo so you could never go wrong with this place. John Ball Zoo is located at 1300 West Fulton Street in Grand Rapids, MI. Here they have many different animal exhibits to explore. They have an aquarium if you like the aquatic animals. There is also a 400-foot zipline and and 4-story ropes course.

Carr-Fles Planetarium

For people who love the stars or to look at them, a planetarium is a neat idea. The Carr-Fles Planetarium is one of the only free Planetariums in West Michigan. This is located in Room 135, Muskegon Community College, 221 S. Quarterline RD. in Muskegon Michigan. They project images of the stars, planets, and constellations on a domed ceiling.
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Grand Rapids Art Museum

For the Art lovers, an art museum is a must. The art museum is located at 101 Monroe Center NW in Grand Rapids, MI. They have art ranging from the Renaissance to modern art. They have beautiful exhibits that vary because they are always hosting new ones.
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Grand Rapids Symphony

Going to the symphony is something different. Their performances are designed to capture the attention of everyone from young children to older adults. They have a wide range of music and the styles of performances. Give it a try! They are located at 300 Ottawa Avenue NW in Grand Rapids, MI.
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