Holland, Michigan is indeed a piece of Holland in the United States. Dutch religious settlers founded the town in the 1840s, and the Dutch descendants have left two legacies. The first is obvious, Holland is a small town full of Dutch ambience, such as tulips, windmills, and Dutch-style houses. The second is religion, the settlers opened over 100 churches and Holland is known today as the `City of Churches`. Nearby towns also have Dutch place names, such as Zeeland, Vriesland, and Drenthe.
Recommended Stay: At least 2 nights
Windmill Island and Gardens, Holland State Park, Holland Museum, Lake Macatawa, Nelis Dutch Village, Cappon House, Kruizenga Art Museum, Van Raalte Farm Park, Window on the Waterfront, Holland Harbor Lighthouse, Veldheer Tulip Gardens, Holland Tulip Gardens, and so much more!