Frederik Meijer Gardens

★★★★★
  • 1000 E. Beltline Ave. NE

    Grand Rapids, MI 49525

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  • 616-975-3146

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Mon., Wed. - Sat. 9am - 5pm;Tue. 9am - 9pm;Sun. 11am - 5pm

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Frederik Meijer Gardens is gorgeous place that hosts many events and is a perfect place to walk around to enjoy the scenery.

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Frederik Meijer Gardens is gorgeous place that hosts many events and is a perfect place to walk around to enjoy the scenery.

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'Ego is a closed loop' although the garden is indeed pretty, the amount of signs from the family Meijer and other people that donated the statues, trees, flowers, parkbenches even drinkfountains(!) was reducing the allure of the park significantly. Rarely in my life, I admit I'm european, have I come across such an interesting example of humankinds need and habit to nametag their 'donation'. Basicly the whole park is donated by the family Meijer and friends. Now donating or contributing to society in itself is a noble thing to do but does one have to remind that on basicly every statue, tree...any item thinkable, and will mankind one day be able to donate liberated from the necessity of recognition of the Self.

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'Ego is a closed loop' although the garden is indeed pretty, the amount of signs from the family Meijer and other people that donated the statues, trees, flowers, parkbenches even drinkfountains(!) was reducing the allure of the park significantly. Rarely in my life, I admit I'm european, have I come across such an interesting example of humankinds need and habit to nametag their 'donation'. Basicly the whole park is donated by the family Meijer and friends. Now donating or contributing to society in itself is a noble thing to do but does one have to remind that on basicly every statue, tree...any item thinkable, and will mankind one day be able to donate liberated from the necessity of recognition of the Self.

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Since its grand opening in 1995, Frederik Meijer Gardens has grown out of its artistic apprenticeship and blossomed into the cultural, botanical and sculptural Mecca for Michigan residents and the greater Great Lakes region. The 125-acre attraction on Grand Rapids' Northeast side is a year round experience comprised of wetlands, woodlands, meadows, indoor and outdoor botanical gardens, world-class sculptures and performances by nationally acclaimed musicians. The crown jewel of the indoor gardens is the five-story Lena Meijer Tropical Conservatory, the largest facility of its type in the state and is home to tropical plants and flowers from five continents including 30' high palm trees, coconut trees, bamboo, papyrus and vibrant orchids. The giant greenhouse also features a waterfall, gentle streams and is maintained at a delightful 75 degrees. Next to the conservatory, the Gardens' indoor horticulture collection also includes a carnivorous plant house and desert and Victorian gardens. In 2000, Meijer Gardens opened three state-of-the-art galleries that have held the works of Picasso, George Segal, Mark di Suvero and Claes Oldenburg.

The 35-acre outdoor sculpture park is filled with works by famous and world-renowned artists like Rodin, Henry Moore, Sansovino, Magdalena Abakanowicz and Jacques Lipchitz. Some of the works are colossal, the most famous of which is Leonardo Da Vinci's American Horse, the 24' bronze equestrian by sculptor Nina Akamu. Seeing is believing as no picture does it justice. It is simultaneously detailed and immense, beautiful and inspirational, fun and awe inspiring. If for no other reason, visit Meijer Gardens to see the Da Vinci Horse. Learn more about it online: http://www.leonardoshorse.org

Other grandiose works include the 35' Grand Rapids Arch by Andy Goldsworthy, the 23' tall Male/Female by Johnathan Borofsky the 42' canopy B-Tree II by Kenneth Snelson, and the recently unveiled 12'x12'x22' PALETTA GRANDE meaning ?Big Scoop? or ?Large Shovel? in Italian. Learn more about it online: http://palettagrande.blogspot.com

Another one of the great assets of Meijer Gardens is its consistent variability. Year after year, season after season, visit after visit, there is always something new. Each year during March and April, the conservatory hosts ?Butterflies are Blooming?, the largest temporary butterfly exhibit in the US: http://www.foremostbutterflies.com More than 6,000 butterflies representing dozens of species from Asia and South America flutter freely indoors for nine weeks. Throughout the year, the Gardens host a number of plant shows such as the Bonsai Show, Orchid Show and Iris Show, as well as classes, lectures and tours. Every year the summer concert series brings a fresh lineup of national headliner musical performances to the outdoor amphitheater. Christmas time brings 300,000 lights twinkling indoors and out as ?Christmas and Holiday Traditions Around the World? showcases the decorations, music and food of more than 40 countries and cultures. New galleries and exhibits are constantly being introduced. Construction and expansion are familiar themes. One constant is assured, you will not be bored at Frederik Meijer Gardens.

This year was no exception, actually entirely unique as it ushered in a new dimension to the Gardens, the art of humor. On September 16, 2006 the outdoor sculpture park launched a brand new sculpture exhibit featuring Francesco Nicola Sansovino's ?PALETTA GRANDE? which means ?Big Scoop? or ?Large Shovel? in Italian. A big scoop it was, measuring 1212 foot with a 22 foot handle, the largest public scoop exhibit in Grand Rapids history. The curator/director of the sculpture program at Meijer Gardens said it best at the exhibit's media introduction. ?We are pleased to bring about this important piece of whimsical imagery. Sansovino's grand vision is now fulfilled, to see us smile at ourselves and find playful delight in the creativity of art in all its frolicsome forms, even mischievousness.? The exhibit featured its own web site for visitors to enjoy well after the curtain closed on this interim exhibit: http://palettagrande.blogspot.com

Meijer Gardens is not just for grown-ups, kids can have endless hours of fun in the Lena Meijer Children's Garden. Covering five acres, it's one of the biggest children's gardens in the nation with ten-themed areas like the Tree House Village, Butterfly Maze and log cabin. Kids can also play with boats in the kid-sized model of the Great Lakes, jump through fountains, build sand castles and dig for dinosaur bones.

Quite literally everywhere you look, you are engaged in a rich cultural experience which stimulates and refreshes your senses, mind, body and soul. Quite obviously this Grand Rapids resident highly recommends Meijer Gardens as part of your West Michigan travel experiences. I just love the Gardens, I think you will too!

5
★★★★★

Since its grand opening in 1995, Frederik Meijer Gardens has grown out of its artistic apprenticeship and blossomed into the cultural, botanical and sculptural Mecca for Michigan residents and the greater Great Lakes region. The 125-acre attraction on Grand Rapids' Northeast side is a year round experience comprised of wetlands, woodlands, meadows, indoor and outdoor botanical gardens, world-class sculptures and performances by nationally acclaimed musicians. The crown jewel of the indoor gardens is the five-story Lena Meijer Tropical Conservatory, the largest facility of its type in the state and is home to tropical plants and flowers from five continents including 30' high palm trees, coconut trees, bamboo, papyrus and vibrant orchids. The giant greenhouse also features a waterfall, gentle streams and is maintained at a delightful 75 degrees. Next to the conservatory, the Gardens' indoor horticulture collection also includes a carnivorous plant house and desert and Victorian gardens. In 2000, Meijer Gardens opened three state-of-the-art galleries that have held the works of Picasso, George Segal, Mark di Suvero and Claes Oldenburg.

The 35-acre outdoor sculpture park is filled with works by famous and world-renowned artists like Rodin, Henry Moore, Sansovino, Magdalena Abakanowicz and Jacques Lipchitz. Some of the works are colossal, the most famous of which is Leonardo Da Vinci's American Horse, the 24' bronze equestrian by sculptor Nina Akamu. Seeing is believing as no picture does it justice. It is simultaneously detailed and immense, beautiful and inspirational, fun and awe inspiring. If for no other reason, visit Meijer Gardens to see the Da Vinci Horse. Learn more about it online: http://www.leonardoshorse.org

Other grandiose works include the 35' Grand Rapids Arch by Andy Goldsworthy, the 23' tall Male/Female by Johnathan Borofsky the 42' canopy B-Tree II by Kenneth Snelson, and the recently unveiled 12'x12'x22' PALETTA GRANDE meaning ?Big Scoop? or ?Large Shovel? in Italian. Learn more about it online: http://palettagrande.blogspot.com

Another one of the great assets of Meijer Gardens is its consistent variability. Year after year, season after season, visit after visit, there is always something new. Each year during March and April, the conservatory hosts ?Butterflies are Blooming?, the largest temporary butterfly exhibit in the US: http://www.foremostbutterflies.com More than 6,000 butterflies representing dozens of species from Asia and South America flutter freely indoors for nine weeks. Throughout the year, the Gardens host a number of plant shows such as the Bonsai Show, Orchid Show and Iris Show, as well as classes, lectures and tours. Every year the summer concert series brings a fresh lineup of national headliner musical performances to the outdoor amphitheater. Christmas time brings 300,000 lights twinkling indoors and out as ?Christmas and Holiday Traditions Around the World? showcases the decorations, music and food of more than 40 countries and cultures. New galleries and exhibits are constantly being introduced. Construction and expansion are familiar themes. One constant is assured, you will not be bored at Frederik Meijer Gardens.

This year was no exception, actually entirely unique as it ushered in a new dimension to the Gardens, the art of humor. On September 16, 2006 the outdoor sculpture park launched a brand new sculpture exhibit featuring Francesco Nicola Sansovino's ?PALETTA GRANDE? which means ?Big Scoop? or ?Large Shovel? in Italian. A big scoop it was, measuring 1212 foot with a 22 foot handle, the largest public scoop exhibit in Grand Rapids history. The curator/director of the sculpture program at Meijer Gardens said it best at the exhibit's media introduction. ?We are pleased to bring about this important piece of whimsical imagery. Sansovino's grand vision is now fulfilled, to see us smile at ourselves and find playful delight in the creativity of art in all its frolicsome forms, even mischievousness.? The exhibit featured its own web site for visitors to enjoy well after the curtain closed on this interim exhibit: http://palettagrande.blogspot.com

Meijer Gardens is not just for grown-ups, kids can have endless hours of fun in the Lena Meijer Children's Garden. Covering five acres, it's one of the biggest children's gardens in the nation with ten-themed areas like the Tree House Village, Butterfly Maze and log cabin. Kids can also play with boats in the kid-sized model of the Great Lakes, jump through fountains, build sand castles and dig for dinosaur bones.

Quite literally everywhere you look, you are engaged in a rich cultural experience which stimulates and refreshes your senses, mind, body and soul. Quite obviously this Grand Rapids resident highly recommends Meijer Gardens as part of your West Michigan travel experiences. I just love the Gardens, I think you will too!

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Frederik Meijer Gardens is such a beautiful place. even the view of it from the street is just amazing.
My childrens school brought them there and I never heard the end of it, they just could not tell me enough. Finally we planned a family trip to go and am I ever glad I did. SO many beautiful things to see. I would reccomend this place to anyone and everyone. You will not be dissapointed with this trip!

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★★★★★

Frederik Meijer Gardens is such a beautiful place. even the view of it from the street is just amazing.
My childrens school brought them there and I never heard the end of it, they just could not tell me enough. Finally we planned a family trip to go and am I ever glad I did. SO many beautiful things to see. I would reccomend this place to anyone and everyone. You will not be dissapointed with this trip!

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The Gardens is one of those Must See Attractions in Grand Rapids. It's home to the world famous Leonardo da Vinci's Horse Sculpture. There are tons of things to do here for every season. Around Christmas time, they offer a Christmas Around the World exhibit which features Christmas trees from around the world, carriage rides, and the Garden's Polar Express designed around the movie the Polar Express. In the spring, they have the Butterfly exhibit. They let hundred of butterflies fly throughout the Conservatory which you walk through. It's an amazing site!! During the summer, you can play in the Lena Meijer Children's Gardens, walk through the Sculpture Park, or listen to a concert in the Amphitheater Garden. The Gardens offer guides tours and tram tours for nominal fees. Everyone should visit the Frederik Meijer Garden and Sculpture Park at least once.

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The Gardens is one of those Must See Attractions in Grand Rapids. It's home to the world famous Leonardo da Vinci's Horse Sculpture. There are tons of things to do here for every season. Around Christmas time, they offer a Christmas Around the World exhibit which features Christmas trees from around the world, carriage rides, and the Garden's Polar Express designed around the movie the Polar Express. In the spring, they have the Butterfly exhibit. They let hundred of butterflies fly throughout the Conservatory which you walk through. It's an amazing site!! During the summer, you can play in the Lena Meijer Children's Gardens, walk through the Sculpture Park, or listen to a concert in the Amphitheater Garden. The Gardens offer guides tours and tram tours for nominal fees. Everyone should visit the Frederik Meijer Garden and Sculpture Park at least once.

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The gardens provide a beautiful getaway, right in our own backyard. The indoor exhibits are wonderful in cold weather, while the Sculpture Park and Children's Garden provide an excellent option for an outside adventure on a nice day. The Butterfly exhibit in the Spring is truly a beautiful way to enjoy the wonder of the tropics, here in Michigan. The holiday exhibit of Christmas trees from around the world is highly educational and enjoyable. Admission is $10 per adult, less for children, but worth every penny. Membership provides the most economical admission, including special events and opportunities to enjoy the gardens.

5
★★★★★

The gardens provide a beautiful getaway, right in our own backyard. The indoor exhibits are wonderful in cold weather, while the Sculpture Park and Children's Garden provide an excellent option for an outside adventure on a nice day. The Butterfly exhibit in the Spring is truly a beautiful way to enjoy the wonder of the tropics, here in Michigan. The holiday exhibit of Christmas trees from around the world is highly educational and enjoyable. Admission is $10 per adult, less for children, but worth every penny. Membership provides the most economical admission, including special events and opportunities to enjoy the gardens.

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The best part of the gardens are well...the gardens. It is very intersting to walk through the different climates and see the variety of plant life. If you really want to enjoy your time, go in the spring, when butterflies fill the gardens. It is very nice outside too. The are many sculptures, and a nature trail.

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★★★★☆

The best part of the gardens are well...the gardens. It is very intersting to walk through the different climates and see the variety of plant life. If you really want to enjoy your time, go in the spring, when butterflies fill the gardens. It is very nice outside too. The are many sculptures, and a nature trail.

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If you have not had the chance to visit the Fredrick Meijer Gradens you are truly missing out. It is the most beautiful place to see in the summertime. In the spring they have an awesome butterfly exhibit with thousands of different butterflies everywhere. At Christmas time they have tons and tons of Christmas tree's lit and decorated. It is just beautiful.

5
★★★★★

If you have not had the chance to visit the Fredrick Meijer Gradens you are truly missing out. It is the most beautiful place to see in the summertime. In the spring they have an awesome butterfly exhibit with thousands of different butterflies everywhere. At Christmas time they have tons and tons of Christmas tree's lit and decorated. It is just beautiful.

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We LOVE this place! There are things to do all year round! For kids in the summer we play with the water and boats and also run around the tree house. There are so many sculptures and botanical gardens for adults to look at too, not to mention the incredible butterfly exhibit!

In the winter the Christmas trees are awesome! The sheer abundance of them is amazing! And the kids are occupied with the trains.

The family pass is certainly worth it too. You basically get your money out of it going just a few times. I highly recommend visiting the gardens at different times throughout the year!

PROS: too many to list!
CONS: expensive if you don't have a pass

5
★★★★★

We LOVE this place! There are things to do all year round! For kids in the summer we play with the water and boats and also run around the tree house. There are so many sculptures and botanical gardens for adults to look at too, not to mention the incredible butterfly exhibit!

In the winter the Christmas trees are awesome! The sheer abundance of them is amazing! And the kids are occupied with the trains.

The family pass is certainly worth it too. You basically get your money out of it going just a few times. I highly recommend visiting the gardens at different times throughout the year!

PROS: too many to list!
CONS: expensive if you don't have a pass

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Frederik Meijer Gardens is one of the best attractions in Grand Rapids. The sculpture park is amazing, as is the butterfly exibit in the spring. The indoor gardens are a little lacking, but the overall it is a great experience! Even in the winter the indoor exhibits are worth the cost of admission.

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Frederik Meijer Gardens is one of the best attractions in Grand Rapids. The sculpture park is amazing, as is the butterfly exibit in the spring. The indoor gardens are a little lacking, but the overall it is a great experience! Even in the winter the indoor exhibits are worth the cost of admission.

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I have attended several large events at the Frederick Meijer Gardens. I think their facility is absolutely stunning, but it doesn't always work out well for large events. They have a hard time getting sound distributed throughout the space for corporate parties and receptions (in my experience). You are limited in your choice of cateres, and I've found that the more reasonably priced options have a hard time creating quality products for large (250+) groups.

I think the Meijer Gardens is great for touring and seeing the gardens, but I would not hold an event there.

3
★★★☆☆

I have attended several large events at the Frederick Meijer Gardens. I think their facility is absolutely stunning, but it doesn't always work out well for large events. They have a hard time getting sound distributed throughout the space for corporate parties and receptions (in my experience). You are limited in your choice of cateres, and I've found that the more reasonably priced options have a hard time creating quality products for large (250+) groups.

I think the Meijer Gardens is great for touring and seeing the gardens, but I would not hold an event there.

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For anyone who's not been there...it's not just a garden. This sits on acres among acres of gardens, paths, a boardwalk through the woods, sculptures (GIANT SCULPTURES), indoor greenhouses, banquet facilities, child's park,...and the list goes on. To do the sculpture park alone (if you do the walking tour by yourself with the headset) will take you 2 hours. The gardens, both indoor and out are just absolutely beautiful. The sculptures are both small and some as large as several stories high. The childs park is all about the 5 senses. The best part in my opinion though is indoor. There is a GIANT jungle like area that you walk into that during several months of the year hosts home to butterflys. And you are walking right among them! There are birds, waterfalls, orchids, exotic plants, banana trees, etc...It's impossible to describe how beautiful it is. Too much to say...you must visit!

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★★★★★

For anyone who's not been there...it's not just a garden. This sits on acres among acres of gardens, paths, a boardwalk through the woods, sculptures (GIANT SCULPTURES), indoor greenhouses, banquet facilities, child's park,...and the list goes on. To do the sculpture park alone (if you do the walking tour by yourself with the headset) will take you 2 hours. The gardens, both indoor and out are just absolutely beautiful. The sculptures are both small and some as large as several stories high. The childs park is all about the 5 senses. The best part in my opinion though is indoor. There is a GIANT jungle like area that you walk into that during several months of the year hosts home to butterflys. And you are walking right among them! There are birds, waterfalls, orchids, exotic plants, banana trees, etc...It's impossible to describe how beautiful it is. Too much to say...you must visit!

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I first came to a butterfly exhibit when I was younger. I recently rediscovered the Gardens when I was spending a day with a few friends. The botanical gardens inside are nice year round. But It's fantastic in the spring or summer as there are long walking trails that have original sculpture work along the grounds. Great place for photos too! The children's discovery garden was entertaining as there is an interactive area for exploring all the senses within the garden and some great play areas.

PROS: nature discovery
CONS:

5
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I first came to a butterfly exhibit when I was younger. I recently rediscovered the Gardens when I was spending a day with a few friends. The botanical gardens inside are nice year round. But It's fantastic in the spring or summer as there are long walking trails that have original sculpture work along the grounds. Great place for photos too! The children's discovery garden was entertaining as there is an interactive area for exploring all the senses within the garden and some great play areas.

PROS: nature discovery
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Meijer Gardens is a great place to take the family! I have enjoyed the Christmas Around the World exhibits as well as the Butterfly exhibits. I have attended a wonderful wedding reception there too. At the reception, the area was very clean and the decor was uplifting. There is ample parking.

5
★★★★★

Meijer Gardens is a great place to take the family! I have enjoyed the Christmas Around the World exhibits as well as the Butterfly exhibits. I have attended a wonderful wedding reception there too. At the reception, the area was very clean and the decor was uplifting. There is ample parking.

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The Frederik Meijer Gardens is a wonderful place for the whole family to enjoy God's creation and see the different plants, trees & flowers He has created! They have many events throughout the year that highlight areas of their facility.

Two highlights come to mind immediately:
1 - the butterfly exhibit in the spring - it's an amazing assortment of butterflies for all to see and experience
2 - the Christmas tree display - you can see different Christmas trees from different countries around the world

Our children LOVE the children's gardens they now have - and it's kid's size!

You've GOTTA visit the Gardens!

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★★★★★

The Frederik Meijer Gardens is a wonderful place for the whole family to enjoy God's creation and see the different plants, trees & flowers He has created! They have many events throughout the year that highlight areas of their facility.

Two highlights come to mind immediately:
1 - the butterfly exhibit in the spring - it's an amazing assortment of butterflies for all to see and experience
2 - the Christmas tree display - you can see different Christmas trees from different countries around the world

Our children LOVE the children's gardens they now have - and it's kid's size!

You've GOTTA visit the Gardens!

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Frederick Meyer Gardens is an awesome experience whether you are enjoying the hatching of the many varieties of the butterflies or seeing the Christmas Trees from around the world, this place always has something to offer. Just recently the Children's Garden was completed and has a lot of exciting experiences for younger children to take in. There are often special exhibits that visit for certain times of the year. The price is a little costly but well worth the adventure.

5
★★★★★

Frederick Meyer Gardens is an awesome experience whether you are enjoying the hatching of the many varieties of the butterflies or seeing the Christmas Trees from around the world, this place always has something to offer. Just recently the Children's Garden was completed and has a lot of exciting experiences for younger children to take in. There are often special exhibits that visit for certain times of the year. The price is a little costly but well worth the adventure.

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If you ever plan on visiting Grand Rapids, MI please, whatever you do, make yourself a promise. Promise yourself that you will visit Frederik Meijer Gardens. This place is absolutely beautiful. And if you could rearrange your schedule to come visit when the butterflies are blooming - you will never regret it. There's a huge room where you can see butterflies blooming from their cocoons & full beautiful, just gorgeous butterflies flying around. It is such a beautiful sight. It really makes you feel as if you are in a rainforest in a far off country. I believe it costs $12 per person. It's so worth it. I promise.

5
★★★★★

If you ever plan on visiting Grand Rapids, MI please, whatever you do, make yourself a promise. Promise yourself that you will visit Frederik Meijer Gardens. This place is absolutely beautiful. And if you could rearrange your schedule to come visit when the butterflies are blooming - you will never regret it. There's a huge room where you can see butterflies blooming from their cocoons & full beautiful, just gorgeous butterflies flying around. It is such a beautiful sight. It really makes you feel as if you are in a rainforest in a far off country. I believe it costs $12 per person. It's so worth it. I promise.

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The gardens and all exhibits are beautiful. We had our wedding in one of their meeting rooms this spring and really enjoyed it. The facilities people were very helpful and easy to plan with. We also had some catering from the Taste of the Gardens cafe that was very good. It is a wonderful place to enjoy and explore!

5
★★★★★

The gardens and all exhibits are beautiful. We had our wedding in one of their meeting rooms this spring and really enjoyed it. The facilities people were very helpful and easy to plan with. We also had some catering from the Taste of the Gardens cafe that was very good. It is a wonderful place to enjoy and explore!

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I love the Meijer Gardens, especially in the springtime when the butterfly show is on. It's a wonderful, serene atmosphere...great to bring a date! Their gift shop is also full of unique garden accessories and other items. A must visit in GR!

4
★★★★☆

I love the Meijer Gardens, especially in the springtime when the butterfly show is on. It's a wonderful, serene atmosphere...great to bring a date! Their gift shop is also full of unique garden accessories and other items. A must visit in GR!

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