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Holland

Throughout the history of Holland, the city's Dutch heritage has been preserved and celebrated.

As the snowflakes begin to fall, Holland provides the perfect cozy backdrop for our winter season. Stroll our downtown heated streets and sidewalks as you shop under the holiday lights. Shop our Kerstmarkt, a seasonal European-style open-air market, enjoy roasted chestnuts, live reindeer, and even see Santa at the Holiday Open House. Enjoy the outdoors with some cross-country skiing, ice skating, or sledding. If you opt to stay inside, be sure to tour the museums, see a show, or enjoy a swim at the Holland Aquatic Center. No matter the season, Holland provides the perfect landscape for your adventure!

When is the Holland Tulip Festival?

The Holland Michigan Tulip Festival, also known as Tulip Time, is held in May, the first Saturday to the second Sunday.

What to do in Holland?

Holland has several attractions that feature their Dutch heritage including Windmill Island Gardens and Nelis' Dutch Village. Shop and dine downtown at over 100 locally owned establishments. Holland State Park is known for its sugar-sand beach, beautiful sunsets and views of the 'Big Red' lighthouse.

What county is Holland MI in?

Holland is split between Ottawa and Allegan Counties, but downtown is Ottawa County.

Where can I see tulips in Holland MI?

Five million tulips are planted throughout the city including downtown, Window on the Waterfront, Centennial Park, Windmill Island Gardens and Veldheer Tulip Farm. There are also six miles of curbside plantings through the residential neighborhoods. In Holland, tulips bloom late April to mid-May.

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Discover your new favorite getaway waiting to welcome you. Where little moments become lasting memories. Where the spirit of adventure collides with an inviting mix of history and hospitality. A place where we explore, shop, eat, drink, play, and relax. A place where a culture of craft inspires our breweries, restaurants, and people. A place with small town charm and big city amenities. A place made for you. Stroll our downtown heated streets and cobblestone sidewalks where over 100 specialty shops, breweries, and restaurants invite you to shop, dine, and enjoy our charming downtown.
 

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