Michigan's second most popular tourist attraction ... the country's best sculpture park … one of the world's 100 most visited art museums ... one of the Top 30 Must-See Museums on the planet. These are just some of the accolades earned by Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park since it opened in 1995. No trip to Grand Rapids is complete without a visit to FMG!

Frequently Asked Questions

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Learn from former Chief Curator, Joseph Becherer

Explore the opening of the Richard and Helen DeVos Japanese Garden. Japanese gardens, known for shakkei, or borrowed view, are among the world's most revered and treasured garden styles. On June 13, 2015, the eight-acre Richard & Helen DeVos Japanese Garden at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park opened to the public, enhancing the venue's existing displays of sculpture and horticulture. Tranquility, simplicity, and beauty are the essence of a Japanese garden- something long appreciated by Fred and Lena Meijer, whose experiences with and shared love of the form led to asking about one being added to Meijer Gardens. 

Garden Highlights

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  • Amphitheater Garden
  • Arid Garden
  • Carnivorous Plant House
  • Children's Garden
  • Conifer Collection
  • English Perennial Garden
  • Japanese Garden
  • Michigan's Farm Garden
  • Plant Show Series
  • Seasonal Display Greenhouse
  • Tropical Conservatory
  • Victorian Garden Parlor
  • Volunteer Tribute Garden
  • Wetlands
  • Woodland Shade Garden

Sculpture Park Highlights

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  • Midwest's most comprehensive outdoor sculpture collection
  • Works from Rodin, Degas, Miro and many more
  • Rotating exhibits dedicated to sculpture traditions of all periods

Exhibits & Events

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Annual Events

  • Butterflies are Blooming March-April
  • Chrysanthemums and More! October
  • Christmas and Holiday Traditions Around the World November-January

Summer Concert Series

An annual concert series runs June through September and features major artists like Bonnie Raitt, Lyle Lovett and Brandi Carlile in a stunning outdoor setting.

Upcoming Events

Check for current shows and events

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  • 1000 East Beltline Ave. NE
  • (616) 957-1580

This 158-acre attraction features the most comprehensive outdoor sculpture collection in the Midwest, indoor and outdoor gardens, largest tropical conservatory in the state, nature trails, guided tram and five acre Children’s Garden. Admission charged. Purchase tickets in advance here!

Experience Grand Rapids, Michigan's diverse attractions including parks, the John Ball Zoo, museums, nature centers and sculpture gardens. Whether you're vacationing with the family or traveling for business, you'll want to take some time to enjoy these fun things to do in Grand Rapids.