Welcome To Holland


Holland is best known for its Dutch heritage, evident in many of its attractions and events. From our award-winning downtown to our white sandy beaches, you'll fall in love with Holland's small town charm and big city amenities. Climb to the top of a windmill, shop for a pair of wooden shoes - it all happens at the Tulip Time Festival.  Explore a quaint Dutch village or a modern college campus. Watch a brilliant sunset over Lake Michigan.  It all happens in Holland...where you don't need a passport to visit.

Downtown Holland

Downtown Holland is the place to be with one-of-a-kind shops, galleries and life-size bronze statues. Many of Holland's favorites can all be found along downtown's 8th Street.

Big Red

Located on the shores of lakes Michigan and Macatawa, you can take in the sights of "Big Red," one of the most photographed lighthouses in Michigan.

Nelis' dutch Village

Step back in time at Nelis' Dutch Village, where you'll discover life in the Netherlands 100 years ago. Dutch architecture, canals and quaint shops await you.

Farmers Market

Featuring nearly 70 vendors, the Holland Farmers Market offers freshly picked fruit and vegetables, baked goods, cheeses, garden art and so much more.

Holland State Park

One of Michigan's most visited state parks. Stroll the beautiful, sandy beach, take in a Lake Michigan sunset or view Big Red. 

Tunnel Park

Tunnel Park is named for the concrete tunnel that cuts through a sand dune and provides access to a sparkling Lake Michigan beach.

Windmill Island Gardens

A palette of color awaits you as you wind along the entrance to Holland's treasured island. Tour up into DeZwann, the only authentic Dutch windmill operating in the US.

Going Dutch

To many it means sharing the bill, but in some places it means sharing the wind, sharing the stories, and sharing the memories. Come share in the warmth and wonder of Holland.