Flushing is a city in Genesee County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 8,389 at the 2010 census. Flushing is considered a suburb of Flint. It is situated within the survey area of Flushing Charter Township, but is administratively autonomous.
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4.5 based on 124 reviews
The Flint Institute of Arts is the second largest art museum in the State of Michigan and one of the largest museum art schools in the nation. Each year, more than 160,000 people visit the FIA’s galleries and participate in FIA programs and services. The world renowned collection, which now exceeds 8,000 objects, is significant for its depth of important European and American paintings and sculptures and its extensive holdings of decorative and applied arts. The FIA promotes the power of the visual arts by providing lifelong learning opportunities to engage and educate a diverse regional audience. The FIA is committed to making art available, approachable, and accessible to all through a broad range of interpretive programs. Films and videos shown in the FIA’s 330 seat Theater. The FIA Art School runs at full capacity from 9:00a to 9:00p with an annual enrollment of more than 1,700 students.
I love the FIA. The shows are always different and interesting. The shows offer new and mind-expanding works. Even the permanent collection offers something for everyone. I find something new to look at every time I go to the FIA.
4.5 based on 291 reviews
Many people don't think about Flint as a hotbed for cultural activities -- but all you have to do is spend some time and check the reviews for things to do in the area. And this one jumps out. It is hard to believe that an attraction as fabulous as this one isn't in Orlando, or Anaheim, or some place known for fabulous attractions. The railroad reminds me of the Disneyland rail ride but outfitted specially for Christmas with terrific light displays that absolutely shine in the night darkness. We took the 7:30 pm ride and it was remarkable. The "12 Days of Christmas" displays at the east end of the 45 minute ride were especially outstanding. Our grandchildren were glued to the windows and it was reasonably warm in the glorious wooden train cars, in spite of the cold outdoors.
Of course, none of the typical warm-weather attraction sites could have accommodated something like this in the winter. So be it. Even oldsters will enjoy it. And the village is a good attraction as well. We witnessed a very fun Christmas play in the theatre. We could have spent a lot more time there as well. We bought our tickets in August so plan ahead!
4.5 based on 153 reviews
This newly build market is not only filled with fruits, vegetables and unique things, it’s also filled with great people and shops. If you visit almost any weekend there will be some kind of extra events. Maybe you’ll even see Santa and a couple handful of tubas playing Christmas songs.
4.5 based on 104 reviews
Regional history, historic automobiles, and hands-on science are major features of Sloan Museum. Dramatic settings, video programs and hundreds of artifacts and photographs portray the area’s tumultuous 20th century history in the Flint and the American Dream exhibit. Current temporary exhibit: Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition until May 21, 2017. View more than one hundred of authentic artifacts recovered from Titanic’s debris field, amazing recreations of her famous rooms, and share in the dramatic personal stories of her passengers and crew. Sponsored locally by HAP.
Entering the Sloan Museum was a wonderful treat as a member of the 'cast' came up and provided my wife and I with a back story of real travelers on this ill fated ship. Gorgeous, over sized photos of the construction and mini-bios of real travelers lined the walls. As we explored further into the exhibit, we witnessed actual items retrieved from 12,000 feet below the Atlantic. An eerie feeling crept over us at the end of the exhibit as we learned the fate of our back story personas. While my wife was fortunate, to live another day, my character plunged beneath the waves, last seen by "my" son who clung to his mother in one of the life boats.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
What a fantastic viewing adventure! The new updated machinery is second to none. Fantastic visual effects along with great sound. Highly recommended
4.5 based on 59 reviews
Our grandkids had such a great time we bought the annual family membership for under a hundred dollars. Lots of play stations with a super floor plan..special area for the very little ones. All hands on play areas including the theater which our kids loved, and a little community area complete with a post office, grocery store and pizazz aria. The kids loved it. Pack a lunch and stay awhile.
5 based on 32 reviews
What a great day we spent at Applewood, the home of C. S. Mott. We took two guided tours of the house and one self-guided tour of the grounds. Our guide was knowledgeable about Mott, his family, and his home. Best of all, everything was free. Groups are small, and reservations are required.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
We recently went to The Whiting in Flint to see Classic Albums Live perform the Beatles Abbey Road concert. Our seats were great. Comfortable & we had a great view of the awesome concert. We had to wait a little bit in line for drinks which were, of course, overpriced but at a concert that's expected. All in all, great venue to see a show. Free Parking too.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
The Buick Gallery is closed temporarily for repairs and remodeling.
The Sloan Museum and Longway Planetarium will remain open.
Throughout the month of March 2018, the Sloan museum will be offering a $5. discount on "Share-a-Pass" memberships (now only $35.) With this pass you can visit many museums around Michigan and around the world. This is a great deal.
The Buick Gallery will be sending some cars to the Courtland Center mall (in nearby Burton, Mi.) for display during the remodel project. Give the Sloan Museum a phone call or visit their website for more information.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Love seeing the Vernor's Mural. It is on the side of the Greater Flint Arts Council. It has been artfully restored many times over the years.
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