2187 University Park Drive
Okemos, MI 48864
Phone: (517) 347-6690
Fax: (517) 347-8163
2187 University Park Drive, Okemos, MI, US, 48864
- Phone: (517) 347-6690
- Fax: (517) 347-8163
This village provides a glimpse into 19th century and features seven historical buildings including a one-room schoolhouse, farmhouse, barn, blacksmith shop, an inn, and the only remaining plank road tollgate house in Michigan.
This state of the art library offers a wealth of resources and materials including publications, internet services, movies and more.
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.
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.
Step back in time to the Victorian era at Michigan's award-winning Capitol with features including a glass floor rotunda and nine acres of decorative handpainted surfaces. Tours are available every half hour.
Public library providing a variety of books, new and traditional resources, educational programs, and miscellaneous community services.
Established in 1915, Potter Park Zoo is a fairly large zoo that protects and shelters almost 500 animals of different species. Be it a student or a kid, the zoo offers an insight in to the wildlife and its inhabitants. Check website for more details.
An interactive learning center with features including self-guided nature trails, a visitor center with exhibits, a natural history library, and a gift shop.
This winery features a tasting room and gift shop which is open to the public on the weekend. Custom wine, labels and gift baskets are available. Customers can use the facility to make their own wine with the guidance of their trained staff.
Planted over 100 years ago, this is a garden lover's paradise and features a pavilion, park benches, and picnic tables.
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.