$9 for a Visit for Two with Carousel Rides at the Grand Rapids Public Museum (Up to $18 Value)

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  • $9 for general admission for two people with carousel rides (up to $18 value)

Spread across three floors, museum exhibits pay homage to the history of Grand Rapids and the world at large, with a 76-foot whale skeleton, Civil War relics, and full-scale reproductions of Grand Rapids in the 1890s.

Grand Rapids Public Museum

Founded by local civic leaders in 1854, the Grand Rapids Public Museum continues to keep the city’s history alive in the minds of its current residents with a promise in it mission statement and a trove of exhibits that explore West Michigan’s natural and cultural past. Current exhibits and standing collections cast a spotlight on past and future centuries, giving voice to the stories that helped shape our modern world while speculating about when our politicians will be finally replaced with robots. If visitors to the three-story Van Andel Museum Center can pry their eyes away from the exhibitions inside, they will be treated to stunning views of the downtown skyline; similarly, the Roger B. Chaffee Planetarium enthralls with its panoramic photographs and up-close looks at the night sky.

Just as history constantly replenishes itself, the Grand Rapids Public Museum never stops working to collect local treasures, educate members through camps and special programs, and develop projects for the future.

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    272 Pearl Street Northwest

    Grand Rapids, Michigan 49504

    616-929-1700

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In a Nutshell

Groups tour three floors of exhibits detailing regional history, including Civil War relics and a 76-foot whale skeleton

The Fine Print

Expires Jan 3rd, 2014. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Not valid for Planetarium or laser light shows. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. "Dinosaurs Unearthed" exhibition tickets are available for an additional charge at the museum. Not valid for "Night at Your Museum" event. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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