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        Holland is known internationally for its acclaimed Tulip Time Festival, a celebration of Dutch heritage.
        From the award-winning downtown to the white sandy beaches, you'll fall in love with Holland's small town charm and big city amenities. Dine along the waterfront or at a local cafe. 
        Hike to the top of a sand dune, or climb to the top of a windmill. Explore a quaint Dutch village or a modern college campus. From local breweries, to the pristine shores of Lake Michigan, Holland is the perfect one-stop destination!
        Holland Winter Farmers Market
        The Outdoor Winter Market will be held the first and third Saturdays from January through April from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
        carrots, potatoes and other vegetables in pots on a table at the outdoor market
        Downtown Holland

        Named one of "America's Prettiest Towns" by Forbes Magazine, and an "All-American City" by the National Civic League, downtown Hollland's cobblestone sidewalks line the streets with over 100 unique and locally owned shops, galleries, eateries, and brew pubs.

        Brew Pubs
        Holland has several great options for locally made craft beer, artisan spirits, and wine. With hops and grapes grown nearby, and hand-crafted cocktails and ciders, you will be sure to find a beverage you'll enjoy!
        Brew Pubs in Holland
        Discover Holland
        Discover Holland, Michigan where you can shop our All-American Downtown, enjoy farm to table dining, and explore the trails and sandy beaches along the Lake Michigan Coastline. So, get ready to create new memories and plan your next adventure at www.holland.org 
        Family Fun
        Indoors or outdoors, Holland has exciting activities that the entire family can enjoy! Holland caters to a variety of fun-filled activities for the entire family. 
        The Holland Oz Project
        The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is one of the best-known stories in American literature. Aurthor L. Frank Baum spent summers vacationing at Macatawa Park on the shores of Lake Michigan in Holland. It was here that inspired Baum to write this classic story. Celebrate the book and it's characters with a free outdoor exhibit located in Centennial Park.
        Enjoy the Outdoors
        No matter the season, Holland provides the perfect landscape for outdoor enthusiasts! With over 1800 acres of parks for hiking, cycling, exploring, and playing! 
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