1101 Commerce Park Dr.
DeWitt, MI 48820
Phone: (517) 669-8823
Fax: (517) 669-7816
1101 Commerce Park Dr., DeWitt, MI, US, 48820
- Phone: (517) 669-8823
- Fax: (517) 669-7816
Beautiful Classic Revival architectural style house with features including magnificent Ionic columns, French glass windows, hand-crafted oak woodwork, 12 foot embossed, tin ceilings, and five fireplaces. Historic tours are available as well as lectures, educational programs, and special events.
Bath School Disaster in Bath, MI is remembered as one of the worst tragedies in America. May of 1927 saw a brutal massacre of 45 people including school children by the use of a dynamite explosive. The site of this massacre is where James Couzens Park, which is sometimes referred to as Bath School Memorial Park, is located. The park houses a cupola from the original building of the Bath Consolidated School and many memorial markers and plaques dedicated to the victims of the brutal mass murder. The park also plays host to many events throughout the year, and is also available on rent for private events such as weddings and reunions.
This 128 acre riverside park winds itself along the Grand River. A family friendly area, the park boasts a children's playground, picnic tables, pavilion, fishing pond, nature trail, softball field, frisbee golf course and more.
Located along the riverside of Michigan's Grand River, this picturesque park features plenty of open space and lush greenery. A 13 mile walkway is often populated by walkers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. The park also features sculptures along the pathway.
The St. Mary Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Lansing, Michigan. This majestic looking chapel was designed by E. A. Bond in 1913. The church features Late Gothic Revival influences, along with an intricate rose window and German made stained glass windows. The site was added to the list of National Register of Historic Places in 1990.
The Ottawa Street Power Station that was once an electric and steam generating station, is now home to the Accident Fund Insurance Company of America. The original structure is included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2008.
Public library providing a variety of books, new and traditional resources, educational programs, and miscellaneous community services.
Designed as a downtown festival park, this scenic walkway connects comfortable parks, historic sites, and activity centers for over eight miles.
Planted over 100 years ago, this is a garden lover's paradise and features a pavilion, park benches, and picnic tables.
Established on the campus of Michigan State University in 1872, W. J. Beal Botanical Garden is one of the oldest botanical gardens in the country. The idea and initial plan for the garden was laid out by Professor William Beal, after whom the park is named. Today, the garden is host to thousands of species of native as well as exotic plant life. The garden has been a site for numerous plant based researches, and is a haven for botany students. Tours of the facility are available, and the garden can also be rented for weddings and private events. Check website for more.
The Always a Champion statue, a bronze replica of the legendary basketball player Earvin Johnson, fondly called Magic Johnson, is located right outside the Breslin Center. Unveiled by Johnson himself in 2003, the statue stretches about 12 feet (3.65 meters) high. Designed by Omri Amrany, the sculpture depicts Johnson at the 1979 Spartan Championship game wearing his Spartan uniform.
Designed especially for children, this delightful garden features a tree house, garden house, an amphitheater, and over 60 themed gardens. It is one of five parts of the Horticultural Demonstration Gardens at MSU. The garden is open dawn to dusk, from April 1 through October 31.