Reasons to Visit & Move to Holland Michigan

Holland is one of Michigan’s richest cities in terms of diversity, architecture and culture.  Situated near Lake Michigan, this city has its roots in Dutch culture.  It is world renowned for its abundant tulips and people come from everywhere to view them in the state parks and gardens.  Anyone looking to relocate to the area will find the best in housing opportunities and lifestyle.  For those looking to visit or live in Holland, there are many sites to see and things to do.  Whether a permanent resident or a vacationer, Holland, Michigan has an abundance of things to do and see from cultural events and recreational activities to fine dining and shopping. 

Anyone who is interested in the Dutch culture will find Holland, Michigan an ideal place to visit.  There are many attractions that center around Dutch culture.  You can see the only authentic Dutch windmill in the United States by visiting Windmill Island Gardens.  Settler’s House Museum, Holland Museum and Nelis’ Dutch Village offer visitors a unique experience in seeing authentic Dutch life and culture first hand.  At DeKlomp Wooden Shoe Factory you can watch local artisans make authentic Holland wooden shoes.  There are several festivals held throughout the year celebrating Dutch traditions and customs.  These events are fun for the entire family.

If arts and entertainment appeal to you, Holland, Michigan certainly has its share of venues to cater to just that.  There are several museums, libraries and theaters from which to choose with a variety of entertainment options.  If you have children, Holland offers many attractions designed to be kid friendly.  Parks, miniature golf, bowling, petting zoos and laser tag are among the many recreational opportunities for children.  Downtown Holland is a unique experience with plenty of shopping and dining venues as well as live street performers and beautiful architecture. 

Located on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan, Holland is known for its beautiful beaches and waterfront activities.  There are numerous beaches from which to choose with a variety of amenities sure to please anyone looking for a waterfront experience.  Boating, swimming, fishing, camping and tours are available for some fun in the sun off the Holland beaches.

Never forget dining and shopping opportunities in Holland.  If you are looking for modern wares, there are numerous shopping centers and malls available to get the finest in clothing and house wares.  If antiques appeal to you, rustic shops and authentic atmospheres abound in the antique shops.  There are plenty of arts and crafts venues located throughout the shopping district also.  For dining, there is an abundance of various cuisines available in all price ranges whether you are looking to grab a quick snack or have an elegant formal dinner. 

Source: Luke Bouman



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