Holt is an unincorporated community within Delhi Charter Township, Ingham County in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is a census-designated place (CDP) used for statistical purposes. The population was 23,973 at the 2010 census, up from 11,315 at the 2000 census, when the CDP area was significantly smaller.
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5 based on 296 reviews
MSU's huge country-like campus offers a lovely setting for running, biking or just hanging out, and also has places to visit, like the Beal Botanical Gardens, Sanford Natural Area, the 70,000-capacity Spartan football stadium, an art center, planetarium and, of course, the MSU Dairy Store for ice cream.
Anytime I have friends and loved ones from out of state, they want to see the updates at Michigan State University. The campus is designed with the walking student to classes in mind. Don't forget to tour the farms attached too. Even check out the Student Union is a must.
4.5 based on 180 reviews
The Michigan History Center fosters curiosity, enjoyment and inspiration rooted in Michigan's stories. Home to both the Archives of Michigan and the Michigan History Museum, the Michigan History Center offers experiences for visitors of all ages and interests. There is no admission charge for the museum on Sundays. There is no admission charge for the Archives of Michigan. The Archives are open 1:00 - 5:00 pm Monday-Friday, and 10:00 am - 4:00 pm on Saturday.
I love History, and I am trying to work my way through the state checking off all the major venues from the bucket list. This museum had plenty of parking, a friendly staff, and was reasonably priced. If you have the SSS "park pass", the cost is cheaper. Price I do not recall, but I wanna say it was $4 versus $6. We went on a Saturday, so we did not have to pay to park. I guess on Sunday you can get in free we were told.
The museum is two levels and it's very well laid out with good displays and a variety of information. There is a snack shop on the first floor, but it did not appear to be open weekends. There was a vending machine however. We opted to do the first level, then drive down a few blocks and eat, then come back.
It did not take us long to get through the museum, even reading a lot of the displays as a couple with no children in tow. However, it is an affordable way to spend an afternoon learning something new.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
I used to come here as a kid in the 70's and it was the place to be. It would be packed. Now that kids go more to Lake Lansing and Hawke Island, Burchfield seems to be forgotten. But if you don't like the crowds, this is the place to go. Clean, quiet, no crowds at all, pavilions, play ground and bring a picnic. Water is very clean too.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Stopped by on our tour on Michigan micro breweries. This one was at the top of the list.
Beers we sampled at this place:
Ash St Amber
Lucy's Pumpkin Spice
Mud In Your Rye
No Stout About It*
Chocolate Covered Coffee
Bartender was very helpful, friendly,and knowledgable.
4.5 based on 285 reviews
Designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1992, this building has served as Michigan's seat of state government since its completion in 1879.
This is one of the better marketed Capitols we have visited. We toured the building with a 3rd grade class and found it educational and entertaining. We appreciated learning more about the Capitol. It was great to learn that one of Michigan's favorite governors, Austin Blair, was an abolitionist.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
I love this place! This is a very large building that hosts 55 + vendors each with their own unique booth space. You will find everything from antiques, collectibles, hand-crafted items, large furniture, jewelry, etc. You can spend hours upon hours going through every nook and cranny there is so much to see. The prices are dependent upon each individual vendor's booth, but most are very modestly and reasonably prices...especially compared with some of the other antique/junk/collectible shops that you'll find in downtown Mason. This building sits right on the corner of the main square and is easily accessible and a very cute building. They also have sidewalk sales and other special events throughout the year. This is a must to go explore!
4.5 based on 162 reviews
Interactive museum engages all five senses in the exploration, understanding and appreciation of the wonders of physical science.
Fun place for the family. Definitely happy we took the time to visit this Center. We were able to use our membership to recieve reciprocity access and enjoyed ourselves.
4 based on 10 reviews
Plan to spend a day or two playing 27 holes on this golf course.
I play here every year several times. They have three 9s. You can play them in various combinations. Course is always well maintained. The club house has a nice pro shop and restaurant. Have eaten here when playing in outings. Their steak diners are OK. Well worth playiing.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
Renovations keep making this venue better and better.
It's easy to get around inside. There are many food choices.
I love our West Upper Deck seats. Lines of vision are great.
There are multiple large bathrooms and several concession stands with a few free standing food options. Take the ramp instead of the stairs, though. It's a long way up.
4.5 based on 130 reviews
From rare vehicles like REO, Star, Durant, and Viking to classic Oldsmobiles, buggies, bicycles, aviation endeavors, trucks and engines- enjoy the excitement of transportation history! See why we are rated one of "The Ten Best Automobile Museums in the United States" exhibiting a small collection, by Car Collector Magazine.
I visited the R.E. Olds Transportation Museum in October 2017 during a visit to Lansing. The museum staff were very helpful in answering questions about the museum and the museum has a variety of cars to look at from all different decades of the 20th...MoreThanks so much for visiting and for the review!
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