Explore West Michigan From the Comfort of Your Home

Get Together With Colleagues

Deep Dive into Grand Rapids & Michigan

Fascinating History & Stories

Get to know Grand Rapids and all it has to offer from your home! Our Virtual Tours consist of a live presentation from an entertaining and passionate tour guide on a topic of your choice. Simply tell us what interests you, mix and match topics from our public tour itineraries, or request a recommendation. The tour usually lasts between 1-1.5 hours, including a question-and-answer session.

This is a great way to mix with colleagues working from home, to inspire your kids who are fed up with schoolwork, or simply a great activity for learning more about Grand Rapids and its rich history. This is also a great way to learn more before planning your next trip here.

Examples of Previous Virtual Tour Topics

  • Grand Rapids Churches: History, architecture and the immigrants who built them.
  • History of Michigan Serial Killers from 1800s to today. There are way more than you think.
  • Grand Rapids tours in art, architecture, furniture city, and urban renewal

Explore West Michigan From the Comfort of Your Home

Get Together With Colleagues

Deep Dive into Grand Rapids & Michigan

Fascinating History & Stories

Get to know Grand Rapids and all it has to offer from your home! Our Virtual Tours consist of a live presentation from an entertaining and passionate tour guide on a topic of your choice. Simply tell us what interests you, mix and match topics from our public tour itineraries, or request a recommendation. The tour usually lasts between 1-1.5 hours, including a question-and-answer session.

This is a great way to mix with colleagues working from home, to inspire your kids who are fed up with schoolwork, or simply a great activity for learning more about Grand Rapids and its rich history. This is also a great way to learn more before planning your next trip here.

Examples of Previous Virtual Tour Topics

  • Grand Rapids Churches: History, architecture and the immigrants who built them.
  • History of Michigan Serial Killers from 1800s to today. There are way more than you think.
  • Grand Rapids tours in art, architecture, furniture city, and urban renewal

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