Spring Break

Looking for a place to get away with the kids over Spring Break? Holland has something for everyone. From the inflatable floating obstacle course at the Holland Aquatic Center to our professionally designed skate parks, Holland offers dozens of fun, diverse activities. The whole family can enjoy hikes in one of our many breathtaking dune and trail parks, visit Holland State Park with great views of Lake Michigan and the Big Red Lighthouse, and dig in to one of the lavish Easter brunches. And for a little adult time, Holland offers a variety of performing arts events, trivia nights, shopping, and nightlife.

  • 478 East 16th Street
  • (616) 392-7086

West Michigan's Ultimate Entertainment Center. A fresh, clean destination, BAM! features a two level laser tag arena, a redemption arcade, bowling, a restaurant, two bars, a patio, three meeting rooms and a VIP suite.

  • 228 West 9th Street
  • (616) 796-3329

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 of the daily life of the Isaac Cappon family. And located just five doors away…

  • 600 Graafschap Road
  • (616) 355-1057

You don't need to drive out of town to get in touch with nature: take a walk on the wild side at DeGraaf Nature Center. If you have 20 minutes or 2 hours, you will enjoy exploring the woodland, shrub, marsh and pond trails of this 18 acre preserve located within the Holland city…

  • 550 Maple Avenue
  • (616) 393-7595

Holland received worldwide attention when the Holland Aquatic Center was rated the best indoor public/non-profit facility in the country by Aquatics International Magazine. The Aquatic Center offers a 50-meter diving pool, fitness room, hot tub, spinning vortex, water cannons, a…

  • 31 West 10th Street
  • (616) 796-3329

The best way to get acquainted with Holland is to take a crash course in its fascinating history-and there's no better place for this than the Holland Museum. Here you'll experience the arrival of the Dutch in 1847, their struggle for access to Lake Michigan, the devastating fire…

  • 12330 James St
  • (616) 396-6746

This indoor high-tech entertainment center has over 14,000 square feet of fun, with laser tag, cosmic mini-golf, a video game arcade with deluxe prize center, and the Oasis snack bar. Groups from 5 to 150 are welcome.

  • 4214 56th Street
  • (616) 393-9453

The Outdoor Discovery Center Macatawa Greenway (ODCMG) is a non-profit outdoor education organization. Through its programs, demonstration areas and interpretive exhibits, the Center provides students and community members with up-close views of nature and learning opportunities…

  • 150 E 8th St
  • (616) 396-3278

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 galleries provides the opportunity to showcase the best of local and regional…

  • 300 South River Avenue
  • (616) 355-3100

More than just a place for books, the Herrick District Library is abuzz with activity year-round. The Library offers internet access, a used bookstore, and special classes and events throughout the year. It also houses one of the best genealogical collections in the state…

  • 29 W 8th St Suite 100
  • (616) 298-2687

Carolyn Stich Studio is an art studio and gallery specializing in Holland-area art, photography, and merchandise. Personalized commissioned works are also available.If you are in the west Michigan area, please stop by her lively studio and storefront at 208 College Avenue in…