Points of Interest Near Visual Edge IT Grand Rapids

Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park

Experience masterpieces of art and nature that will delight your senses at one of the nation’s premier horticultural display gardens and sculpture parks in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Grand Rapids Art Museum

Established in the heart of downtown Grand Rapids, the Art Museum is internationally known for its distinguished design and LEED® Gold certified status. Established in 1910 as the Grand Rapids Art Association, GRAM has grown to include more than 6,000 works of art, including American and European 19th and 20th-century painting and sculpture and more than 3,000 works on paper. Embracing the city’s legacy as a leading center of design and manufacturing, GRAM has a growing collection in the area of design and modern craft.

John Ball Zoo

John Ball Zoo has been delighting Grand Rapids residents and visitors since 1891, when a small menagerie of animals – known as the “Ball 40” – began to be assembled on land donated by namesake John Ball, one of the city’s founding fathers. The zoo has expanded by (antelope) leaps and (tiger) bounds since then, but it still occupies its original location on the city’s historic West Side. It is one of Michigan’s most visited cultural attractions.


Grand Rapids Public Museum

The Grand Rapids Public Museum celebrates the cultural and natural history of the West Michigan region. The museum educates and entertains with three floors of engaging exhibits accompanied by special programs.

Grand Rapids Children’s Museum

GRCM is two floors of hands-on interactive exhibits and daily drop-in programs that encourage discovery and learning through play. We are an environment for play, advocate for the value of play, and build minds through play.