1809 Eastman Avenue (adjacent to Midland Center for the Arts)
With more than 100 acres of flowers, shrubs and trees, a Children’s Garden with tree house and seasonal programming, Dow Gardens is the perfect place for a brisk walk or a leisurely stroll. Separate admission, paid at Dow Gardens, is required for entry.
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.
400 S. Badour Road
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.
Just a few minutes away from Midland Center for the Arts is a diverse mix of quaint shops, interesting restaurants, bustling businesses, bars and more! Don’t miss walking over our infamous “Tridge” too. There’s something for everyone – from outdoor enthusiasts to to families to art lovers – plus exciting community events throughout the year.