We've hosted thousands of group tours over the years and these are the places everyone wants to visit. 

Check out our suggested itineraries for ideas for your next visit to Grand Rapids. Want even more options? Click all of our things to do.

  • Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park offers self-guided and docent-led tours for groups of 10 or more year-round. March through December, enjoy a narrated scenic tour on the park's tram. 
  • Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum features exhibits that highlight moments in President Gerald R. Ford and Mrs. Ford's lives. Self-guided, docent-guided, and coach tours are available for patrons to experience. 
  • Grand Lady Riverboat offers a unique sightseeing tour along the Grand River. The riverboat accommodates up to 130 passengers and offers private charters for larger groups. 
  • Grand Rapids Art Museum has both self-guided and docent-led tours available. Groups of eight or more can add optional activities to their visit such as art-making workshops.
  • John Ball Zoo is an adventure tour for groups of six to 20 people. Explore guided tour areas including the Aquarium, Red Panda exhibit, Natural Treasures, and more.  
  • Grand Rapids African American Museum & Archives showcases artifacts and collections of artwork to tell the historic stories of African Americans living in Grand Rapids. On the downtown GR Black History Tour, learn about historical moments of the African American experience. 
  • Grand Rapids Public Museum transports patrons to outer space in their planetarium shows. In addition, guided tours of at least 20 guests can interact with three floors of history, science and Grand Rapids culture.
  • Robinette's Apple Haus & Gift Barn is open year-round and offers group tours for 10 or more people. Robinette's has lots of activities to choose from including a nature trail, corn maze, hayrides, wine tasting, apple picking, and more. 
  • Ed Dunneback & Girls Farm accommodates group tours and creates a personalized experience. The farm has live music and events every week, a full menu to choose from, and a tap room that serves craft beer, hard ciders, seltzers, and wine. 
  • Heritage Hill offers self-guided walking tours of Michigan's largest concentration of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century houses.
  • Meyer May House is a Prairie house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1908 that was restored and opened to the public in 1987. Tours of the house are free to the public and can accommodate groups of eight or less.
  • Broadway Grand Rapids accommodates groups of at least 10 patrons by offering priority group seating, discounts up to 20% off on tickets to select performances, backstage tours, and even a stage mention. 
  • Wax Poetic has over 60+ fragrances with endless candle making potential. The cozy environment will create an enjoyable time for any group. 
  • Our Daily Bread Publishing produces spiritual books, DVDs, and stationary. Groups are welcome to tour the publisher at request.
  • The Local Epicurean has team building cooking classes for groups of six to 48. Offered day and night, seven days a week, all cooking classes are paired with an activity.
  • Motherland Cooking Xperience pairs cooking, storytelling, and music together to create a unique team building experience centered around African American culture.