Points of Interest Near Visual Edge IT Grand Blanc Michigan

Flint Institute of Arts

The Flint Institute of Arts is the second largest art museum in Michigan and one of the largest museum-connected community art schools in the United States. Each year, the museum serves more than 160,000 people, through its exhibitions, events, and programs. For 90+ years, the FIA has been responsible for acquiring, protecting, and presenting a collection of art and artifacts spanning the globe. The world-renowned collection, which exceeds 8,500 objects, is significant for its depth of important European and American paintings and sculptures, 15th century to the present, and its extensive holdings of decorative and applied arts including important ethnographic study collections dating back five millennia. The FIA promotes the power of the visual arts by providing lifelong learning opportunities to engage and educate a diverse regional audience.

Flint’s Children’s Museum

The Museum offers hands-on experiences of all types for children from ages 2 to 10. The Discovery Zone, a rotating exhibit space, changes every three months, so check back to see what’s new.

stepping stone falls

Stepping Stone Falls

There’s a place where the Flint River becomes Mott Lake. Where the ducks swim and the fishing is good. It’s Stepping Stone Falls, one of the most scenic locations in Mid-Michigan. Make your way to the Flint River Bike Path, try your luck with the bluegill and bass or simply while away the good part of a day at our picnic grounds. On summer nights, change your view and enjoy the trails, stargaze and watch as multicolored lights illuminate the falls. However you like to unwind, Stepping Stone Falls is the perfect place to do it.


Huckleberry Railroad

In the early 1990s, Fossil Flats trail was built. At the time it was about a five mile loop accessible from two trailheads in Camping Area A of the park. Over the years, improvements have been made to the trail bringing it up to more than six miles in length. It has been the home of the Northwest Arkansas Mountain Bike Championships and Ozark Mountain Bike Festival for the past 28 years.

Huckleberry Railroad