- The list below includes 58 free or cheap things to do in or near Holland, Michigan, including 52 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Breweries, Beaches and Farms & Ranches.
- From Holland State Park Beach to Mount Pisgah, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Holland and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Grand Haven, Saugatuck, Wyoming and Grand Rapids.
Lead by a knowledgeable local resident, Hungry Village Tours is a service that provides the opportunity to explore and learn about the local area. Guests learn about local businesses and the agricultural history of the area, among other things.
Rosy Mound Natural Area is a recreation area that offers many amenities for visitors to enjoy. There is a sandy beach, water suitable for swimming, hiking and walking trails, boardwalks and observation areas with scenic views, and restroom facilities.
Grand Haven 9 Theaters feature 9 screens with all digital projection. The theater provides all stadium seating and all rocking seats. Grand Haven 9 Theaters offers first run movies and are equipped with 3D Cinema.
Grand Haven Lighthouse consists of two red lighthouses connected by a 1,100 ft pier. The pier is a popular spot for fishing and although the lighthouses are closed, visitors still flock to enjoy the views, especially at sunset.
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Grand Haven State Park, Grand Haven, MI 49417 MoreLess Info
Walking around pier to the lighthouse, sunsets and cool breeze blowing across the soft sandy beach is what Grand Haven Lighthouse & Pier offers. Kids along with their parents can have a good time walking around the place.
Visiting Grand Haven State Park during evening time can be enjoyable along the beach at sunset. It provides clean beach with sands, no stones, restrooms, water sports and good security. Preferred by all age groups.
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200 Washington Avenue, Grand Haven, MI 49417 MoreLess Info
The Tri-Cities Historical Museum is a historical museum focusing on the history of Michigan State. Permanent exhibits include a Michigan logging exhibit and a Fur trading exhibit. The museum also hosts various seasonal events and displays.