Arts and Culture Destinations

Below is a list of Arts and Culture Destinations in the state of Michigan. This list is to be used as a reference. If you are an arts and culture organization that can welcome school groups and are interested in being included in the database, CLICK HERE for the application.  

Cultural Historical, Science, Visual Arts

Kendall College of Art and Design

Grand Rapids Kent

KCAD is offering a hands-on printmaking presentation that focuses on technology and social media. This high school STEAM lesson discusses the power and responsibility readers have regarding information found on the web.


Kensington Metropark Farm Center

Milford Oakland

Meet farm animals and get a glimpse of rural life at Kensington Metropark’s Farm Center. Take in the sights, smells and sounds of life on the farm and see live farm animals like chickens, sheep, cattle and draft horses. Visit a 150-year old restored barn (winner of the MBPN 2012 Barn of the Year), the poultry house or the barn exhibit room and kids’ area. Take a short walk to the riverside where a one-of-a kind “green” building (made exclusively of natural materials), a stone labyrinth, a grass maze and the new early skills area including a blacksmith shop and brick oven can all be found. An herb garden, field crops and old-fashioned farm equipment are also on display. Special programs on the animals, historic techniques, and other farm-related topics are held throughout the year.

Instrumental Music, Vocal Music

Kerrytown Concert House

Ann Arbor Washtenaw

Kerrytown Concert House offers educational Jazz and/or Classical program featuring Michigan artists who specialize in educational programming.

Cultural, Science

Kids ‘N’ Stuff Children’s Museum

Albion Calhoun

Kids 'N' Stuff is appropriate for all ages, but our exhibits and programs will appeal mostly to children 18 months through second grade. We encourage family interaction, so please plan to come and play along! All children must be accompanied by adults through their entire visit.

Kids ‘N’ Stuff Children’s Museum

Kirtland Center for the Performing Arts

Roscommon Roscommon

The Kirtland Community Theatre is a performance outlet for community members and students of the Kirtland Community College service district. Typically, KCT produces one main stage and two traveling shows each year.

Visual Arts

Krasl Art Center

St. Joseph Berrien

Krasl Art Center’s Understanding Art program provides students with a unique museum experience with a docent-led 45 minute tour of the current exhibition accompanied by a multi-media presentation exploring the history or influence of the featured works of art, and a 45 minute studio art project inspired by the exhibition led by one of Krasl's art specialists.Group size: 10-60 students.


Lake Superior Theatre Inc.

Marquette Marquette

Welcome to Lake Superior Theatre. When the lights dim , the performers come on stage, and legends from the past seem to come to life right before our eyes, we forget about the long hours it takes to turn a working boathouse into a theatre. The Cast and Crew give up a good part of our short summers to share their amazing talent and artistry each year bringing you new shows and we know you join us in thanking them for keeping the magic of LST alive. As Shelley Russell has said, "This theatre is of the U.P., built like this place has been built, on rock, with industry and pride,
with a need for beauty, with hope, and with reverence for the life and lives around us."

Visual Arts

Lansing Art Gallery

Lansing Ingham

Lansing Art Gallery offers Tour/Workshops, which consist of a gallery tour and a hands-onproject relating to Gallery artwork. Workshops are taught by experienced artist/educatorswithin the Greater Lansing area. Tour/Workshops are scheduled weekdays, between 10:00a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Instrumental Music

Lansing Concert Band

Lansing Ingham

The Lansing Concert Band is a community band with a rich history spanning over 50 years in the mid-Michigan area. Today the all volunteer, seventy-five piece, adult concert band is a first-class performing ensemble, appearing in many concerts, festivals and civic functions throughout the year. This non-profit organization's charter is to serve Lansing and surrounding communities by providing quality musical entertainment and a vehicle with which adult musicians can continue to perform and expand their musical horizons.


The band's year-round activities have included traditional holiday concerts, children's concerts at MSU's Wharton Center Great Hall attended by over 2500 elementary students from Lansing and surrounding communities, pops concerts, and performances for graduation exercises, outdoor park concerts, and other community events. For the past 20 years, the band has been featured in concert at the City of Lansing's Independence Day celebration at Riverfront Park.

Instrumental Music

Lansing Symphony Orchestra

Lansing Ingham

In addition to presenting the finest in orchestral performances, the Lansing Symphony Orchestra is committed to taking an active role in the development of music education programming for our community. Throughout the season, we will present programs for area youth, including in-school performances, Young People's Concerts, open rehearsals, opportunities to perform Side-by-Side with the orchestra at our Holiday Pops, and our annual Symphony Youth Competition.