57 Reasons To Live in West Michigan

Reason #26: The Frederik Meijer Gardens

The Frederik Meijer Gardens

57 Reasons to Live in West Michigan Reason #26: Frederick Meijer Gardens

The Frederik Meijer Gardens is a sprawling, 125-acre botanical garden,
conservatory and sculpture park featuring the work of over 30 renowned artists. The artworks are displayed within a variety of natural settings connected by waterways, meandering paths and quiet (except for the birds) wooded walkways.
Come see why Former President Jimmy Carter proclaimed FMG "a national
treasure" and why it ranks as one of the 10 best sculpture parks in the world. Plan to spend the day, especially if you have kids, who will love the charming interactive Children's Garden.
See also: Horse, Sculpture

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