Midland's Cultural Campus
When visiting, save time in your schedule for these unique experiences within walking distance of the Midland Center of the Arts. It's a one-of-a-kind experience exploring nature, gardening, science, architecture and art. Your day will be unique!
Alden B. Dow Home & Studio
315 Post Street
This National Historic Landmark was designed by architect Alden B. Dow in 1934, and is now preserved for architectural study, education programming and to share with the public. Scheduled hours and group tours are available.
Whiting Forest of Dow Gardens
Explore the longest canopy walk in the nation and 54-acres of forest trails, ponds and apple orchard. Canopy Walk is also accessible, granting visitors of all abilities access to three overlook platforms. Features playground with accessible water feature, picnic tables and other attractions.
The perfect place for a brisk walk or a leisurely stroll with more than 100 acres of flowers, shrubs and trees, a Children’s Garden with tree house. Seasonal programming. Separate admission, paid at Dow Gardens, is required for entry.
Additional Midland Attractions
Chippewa Nature Center
Just 10 minutes away and open to the public year-round, Chippewa Nature Center offers free admission, and includes more than 1,200 acres of wilderness with 15 miles of trails, a Homestead Farm, Sugarhouse and Schoolhouse as well as a Visitor Center with exhibits, a Wildlife Viewing Area and River Overlook.
“Play ball!” at the home of the Great Lakes Loons, a Single-A partner of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Opened in 2007, the stadium has a capacity of 5,400.
Go Great Lakes Bay
Visit the Great Lakes Bay Regional Convention & Visitors Bureau to learn more about fun things to do in Midland and the Great Lakes Bay Region. Find local hotels and area restaurants here too.