Grand Rapids and Kent County have plenty of lakes and rivers to fish on all year round.
The Grand River is home to many species, including steelhead, salmon, smallmouth bass, lake trout, & more
Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter!
Get a peek at the variety of fish and fishing experiences available here.
UICA is host to the Exit Space Project, a dynamic experiment that connects artists with public spaces.
UICA features multiple gallery exhibitions of work from regional, national and international artists.
The Shop at UICA carries handmade home goods, art and design books, and artwork by local artists.
The UICA Movie Theater shows independent, international, and documentary movies Tuesday–Sunday.
A place to participate in arts.
Explore your own creativity with the materials provided in The Studio.
Enjoy stunning views of the city on UICA's BISSELL Outdoor Terrace. Open seasonally.
Grand Rapids' native fallen astronaut is honored in his hometown.
Salvaged bits of tile, glass, and other reused materials come together to create this colorful mosaic
"We build minds through play."
Grand Rapids oldest (1860) commercial building displays whimsical sculptures in the ground floor window.
Breakfast and tapas bringing the flavors of Spain to Grand Rapids every day.
Rockwell Republic offers an eclectic brunch menu that caters to all taste buds.
The soaring 1928 Art Deco skyscraper bank is decorated with sculpture carved in the Terra Cotta exterior.
The ornate atrium of the Beaux-Arts wing of the Grand Rapids Public Library is a stunning spot for a shot
A new institution based on an old tradition of storytelling.
Grand Rapids' newest museum, celebrating one of its oldest communities.
HopCat’s flagship location boasts its home-brewed craft beer.
In a city of beer breweries and big bars, Sidebar is a Grand Rapids high society secret.
One Trick Pony was one of the first restaurants in Grand Rapids to start hosting live music.
The city’s go-to for live local music and arcade nostalgia in the heart of downtown Grand Rapids.