Grand Rapids — From pterosaurs to planetarium shows, a ticket to the Grand Rapids Public Museum April 1-10 will give access to three floors of exhibits, including “Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs,” a visiting exhibit organized by the American Museum of Natural History, and GRPM favorites “The Streets of Old Grand Rapids,” and “West Michigan Habitats.”
‘Spring Break at the GRPM is the perfect staycation destination for families of all ages to indulge in a full day of exploration, learning and, of course, fun.’-Kate Kocienski
The Chaffee Planetarium offers something for everyone, too. During spring break, it will be playing six shows daily, including “Starlight Safari,” “Space School,” “Subatomic: Detecting the Unseen,” “Under Starlit Skies,” and “Star Lore and Dark Side: The Light Show.”
“Spring Break at the GRPM is the perfect staycation destination for families of all ages to indulge in a full day of exploration, learning and, of course, fun,” said GRPM Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations Kate Kocienski in a press release. “Visitors can explore three floors of exhibits – including our newest exhibit Pterosaurs – play arcade games, have lunch in the Cafe and enjoy a unique shopping experience in the Curiosity Shop. There’s truly something for everyone.”
The museum, 272 Pearl St. NW, is always free for Kent County residents under 17. Planetarium shows are $4 for general admission guests, $2 for museum members, and $5 for planetarium only.