Destination: Holland, Michigan
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Holland, Michigan cruises bring Great Lakes travelers to one of the most unique locations along Lake Michigan. Holland got its name from its original European settlers, who were Dutch. Today, their traditions are still carried on by the city's residents in the form of festivals, dining, shops, and even their homes.
You'll find plenty to do in this scenic town, especially if you visit during their annual Tulip Festival. If you can't make the festival, no need to worry -- there's still lots to get into. Here, you'll be able to do anything from shopping for wooden shoes to sipping coffee at a charming street-side café.
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Best things to do in Holland, Michigan
Attend the Tulip Time Festival
This massive festival is one of Holland, Michigan's most popular attractions. Each May, it brings in half a million visitors with its countless tulips. During the 9 day festival, you'll see parades, entertainment from popular artists, and a number of other activities.
Visit the Holland Bowl Mill
This mill creates beautiful, hand-turned wooden bowls in the same traditional way that people did 150 years ago. Before becoming the Holland Bowl Mill, the space was actually a wooden shoe factory. Here, you'll be able to tour the mill, see skilled artisans hard at work, and even buy your own handmade wooden bowl.
Updated 1/19/21 - lls