|Frederik and Lena Meijer|
The second most-popular cultural destination in Michigan, the Garden welcomes 600,000 visitors annually. Entry fees are modest, and it's funded mainly by donations.
|Mad Mom by Otterness 2001.|
indoor tropical conservatory; three indoor theme gardens; the eight acre Japanese Garden, a busy Children's Garden, Farm area, a natural native plant bluff garden, spectacular sculpture gardens a library, event facilities and a lovely café. The entire property is fully handicap accessible and there's an adult guided tour by open-air train as well as a children's train.
|Eve by Auguste Rodin 1881|
Our list includes
|Natural bluff area|
|Tomfoolery at The American Horse by Akamu 19|
Next? Piet Oudoulf's Hi Line garden in Manhattan, or Dow Gardens in Midland, Michigan.
Not on the Bucket List but fun:
Lafayette Greens -- Detroit Grows Upward!
Rehab Addict Detroit ~ Brush Park Edition