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Museum & Arts

Holland enjoys a variety of historical, literary and artistic organizations and venues that bring culture and artistic expression from around the world. With West Michigan's istory as an artists' enclave, Hope College's distinction of having all four arts programs fully acredited, and Holland's culturally diverse population, you'll find a rich tapestry of historical and artistic exhibits and performances.
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A. C. VanRaalte Institute

  • 9 East 10th St,
  •  Holland, MI 49423

Located on the campus of Hope College, the mission of the Institute is to honor the memory and the vision of the Reverend Dr. Albertus C. Van Raalte, the founder of Holland and Hope College, by

Big Red Lighthouse

  • Lakeside Rd,
  •  Holland, MI 49423

Don't miss Michigan's most photographed lighthouse - commonly known as "Big Red" - and a favorite among all the Holland attractions. For a great view of Big Red, visit Holland State Park, and walk

Cappon House Museum

  • 228 West 9th Street,
  •  Holland, MI 49423

Enter the 19th century world of a Dutch immigrant who became a wealthy, influential, community leader and father of 16 children. It's all still here: the furnishings, personal belongings, and echoes

Carolyn Stich Studio

  • 206 College Ave.,
  •  Holland, MI 49423

Carolyn Stich Studio is an art studio and gallery specializing in Holland-area art, photography, and merchandise. Personalized commissioned works are also available. The studio is located above the

DePree Art Center and Gallery

  • 160 East 12th St,
  •  Holland, MI 49423

The DePree Art Center and Gallery houses the Hope College Arts Department including classrooms, studio space and a gallery hosting special exhibits throughout the year. Entrance to the Gallery is

Dutch Heritage Coordinating Council

  • 9 East 10th Street,
  •  Holland, MI 49423

The Dutch Heritage Coordinating Council (DHCC) provides a forum for further preservation and promotion of Dutch heritage in the Greater Holland/Zeeland Area. DHCC supports thoughtful, authentic,

Felt Mansion

  • 6597 138th Ave.,
  •  Laketown Twp, MI 49423

Beautifully situated ten miles south of Holland (Michigan) and six miles north of Saugatuck, the Felt Estate was once the luxurious summer home and hobby of self-made millionaire and inventor Dorr E.

Graafschap Heritage Center at Graafschap CRC

  • 5973 Church St,
  •  Holland, MI 49423

Located in one of Holland's historic churches, this historical center displays recount this area's history from the immigration through prosperity. The themes include: Reasons for Emigration:

Herrick District Library

  • 300 South River Avenue,
  •  Holland, MI 49423

More than just a place for books, the Herrick District Library is abuzz with activity year-round. The Library offers internet access, a basement cafe, a used bookstore, and special events throughout

Holland Area Arts Council

  • 150 E 8th St,
  •  Holland, MI 49423

A vibrant arts center located in the heart of downtown Holland, the Holland Area Arts Council plays a leadership role in enriching the cultural life of the lakeshore area. Exhibition space in three

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Holland Convention & Visitors Bureau
78 E. 8th Street Holland  
Holland, MI   49423

TollFree: (800) 506-1299
Phone: (616) 394-0000
Fax: (616) 394-0122

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