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Just 30 minutes outside of Grand Rapids is a little town called Holland and during a particular week of May, it's more than worth the day trip. This tulip festival in western Michigan is consistently ranked to be one of the best events in the world. 

The Tulip Time Festival, which will be the 90th ever held, is happening between May 2 -10, 2020. There are several free attractions, including the garden club's flower exhibitions

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Opportunities to get some fresh air are hard to come across in the middle of winter. Luckily, there are plenty of things to do in Grand Rapids this January. The city is hosting some of the most exciting winter adventures next month. 

Their World of Winter Festival is happening throughout the entire month, but this one event on January 18 is bringing the party vibe to you and your friends. 

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If you're looking for things to do in Grand Rapids to kick off the New Year, you should check out what's happening downtown. Prismatica is a public art installation that has traveled all over the U.S. and Canada. Now it's coming to Michigan to start 2020 off with a beautiful start. 

There will be 50 of these prisms lining the streets of Downtown Grand Rapids from January 17 until February 16, 2020.

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Some of the best Christmas lights in Michigan are opening to the public today. They're located at the gorgeous Frederik Meijer Gardens, right outside of Grand Rapids Michigan. This is a beautiful spot to visit and get in touch with nature any time of year, but tomorrow they're upping their game with a sea of twinkling lights for the holiday season.

This exhibit is going to have live reindeer on Saturdays, Santa visitations, & over 300,000 lights; one thing that really makes this special are the 46 decorated trees representing different cultures from around the world. 

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