100 Things to Do in Holland MI, Before You Die
Slide into a pair of genuine Dutch Wooden Shoes from Veldheer’s Tulip Gardens and klomp through a town full of history and culture. Founded in 1847 by the Reverend Albertus C. VanRaalte, Holland, Michigan, is known for its Dutch Roots and diverse culture. This small city, population 34k, is known for its hard-working and friendly inhabitants. Explore the internationally celebrated Tulip Time Festival, marked with millions of tulips in stunning bloom. Outside the annual festival that draws over 500,000 people each year, you’ll find the same down-home, friendly feel running throughout the community’s veins at restaurants like the New Holland Brewing Company and Crazy Horse Steakhouse.
Holland was ranked first in Michigan for quality of life and listed as the second happiest city in the US. But these achievements didn’t come without the community that exists every day in Holland. In 100 Things to Do in Holland Michigan Before You Die, learn about the places and people that make Holland what it is. Step inside an authentic working windmill at Windmill Island Gardens and get an unparalleled panoramic view of Holland Harbor and Lake Macatawa at Mt. Pisgah. Bite into a made-from-scratch Pig in the Blanket at Russ’s, and discover the best places to spend your day on or near the water with a rental from Holland Water Sports. Let local author Veronica Bareman take you on an insider’s tour of her hometown and show you what makes Holland one of the best small cities in America!
Veronica Bareman, also known as the Hip Grandma with a Camera, is a Travel Writer and Photographer from Holland, Michigan. After moving here twenty years ago and raising five kids, she’s fully embraced all that Holland offers. Veronica loves to wander with her camera taking photos and meeting new people. She has a natural gift for chatting and has never met a stranger who isn’t soon her friend. Find Veronica at hipgrandmalife.com and on Facebook and Instagram @HipGrandmaLife.
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