5 Places To Explore In Holland, MI
Holland is a quaint and adorable town less than 2 hours from Chicago where you can celebrate its Dutch heritage.
Veldheer's is a wooden shoe factory where you can have your very own pair of klompens!  The shoes are carved from a single block of wood.
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For about $10, you'll see windmills, a water wheel, pretty pods, and Lots of summer flowers, trees, and plants in this 7-acre park.
Centennial Park has a fun exhibit of characters from the Wizard of Oz, beautiful landscapes, some of the brightest patches of tulips.
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A  visit to the Nelis' Dutch Village is like a trip to the Netherlands.  Shops, klompen dancing, and beautifully crafted wooden shoes.
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Kids will love the ferris wheel, swing ride, and petting zoo.
When exploring Holland, the Windmill Island Gardens is a "must see" thing around town.  
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Holland Tulip Festival is held in early May and is a great way to kick off the start of warm weather in the midwest.  
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The streets have many tulip plantings with hundreds of varieties and colors.
Holland makes me excited about spring time.  Wooden shoe be, too? 😂
Bonus! For eats, visit the famous Windmill Restaurant. Dutch baked goods are heavenly! I recommend the cinammon rolls.
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