Grand Rapids Art Museum
The Grand Rapids Art Museum, located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, opened its first exhibition in 1911, and has been a central part of Grand Rapids culture and learning ever since.
The museum offers over 5,000 works of art from all over the world, displayed in 20,000 feet of space in its LEED-certified facility, the first museum to be awarded this distinction. Collections in the Grand Rapids Art Museum range from classic pieces of the Renaissance to notable modern works of American and European art. Special exhibits are regularly featured, and guests can enjoy live musical performances, art lectures, and film showings in addition to other special events and learning opportunities for families and students alike.
The Grand Rapids Art Museum is open from Tuesday through Sunday all year, and features free admission for members. Admission for non-members is available at a discount for seniors, students with school ID, and people between the ages of 6 and 17 years old. Discounts are also available to the general public on Friday nights.
The next time you’re in Grand Rapids, be sure to check out the Grand Rapids Art Museum. Whether you check out a special exhibit, view the permanent collections, or attend one its many unique and exciting events, it is sure to be an unforgettable and stimulating addition to your experience of the city.