Explore the world of art, science, and history by visiting a museum in Michigan. Museum trips can make your lessons come alive and can offer a fun way to spend the day learning.
Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts
The Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts in Grand Rapids offers art exhibits and performing arts events.
Gerald R. Ford Museum
The Gerald R. Ford Museum reviews the highlights of the lives of President and Mrs. Ford. In addition to the permanent exhibits, a succession of temporary exhibits draw upon the rich holdings of the entire Presidential libraries system, the Smithsonian Institution, the National Archives, and others. Located in Grand Rapids.
Grand Rapids Children's Museum
The Children's Museum in Grand Rapids offers interactive, hands-on exhibits that inspire children to learn through playing. Permanent exhibits feature bubbles, bees, mirrors, a construction zone and more.
Association of Children's Museums
The Association of Children’s Museums (ACM) is a professional member service organization for the children’s museum field. ACM is the only organization representing museums and professionals dedicated to early childhood play, the starting point in the continuum of lifelong learning. The Association promotes the impact children’s museums have in preparing children for school, building 21st century skills and nurturing a love for lifelong learning.
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
The Mission of the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum is to inspire people to discover the wonder of science, technology, engineering, art, and math. Our Vision is to be the leader in imaginative and interactive learning experiences.
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