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Frank Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park

Frank Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park | Japanese-City.com

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1000 E Beltline Ave NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49525

Bringing joy to the lives of over ten million guests since 1995 and still growing! Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park promotes the enjoyment, understanding and appreciation of gardens, sculpture, the natural environment and the arts. Meijer Gardens is a charitable 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit corporation with a Board of Directors overseeing the successful operation of the organization.

An authentic Japanese teahouse is a featured highlight of the garden, offering traditional Japanese tea ceremonies through our Education department (check our calendar page www.meijergardens.org/calendar/ for schedule). First constructed in Japan by skilled Japanese craftsman, the teahouse was then dismantled, shipped then reassembled at Meijer Gardens using traditional tools and techniques. One of the most facinating features, the teahouse may be seen from every view in the Japanese garden.

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