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Apartments in Grand Rapids Wyoming

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Timber Ridge Apartments is a quality apartment community in the Greater Grand Rapids area. With the beautiful wooded setting, you’ll be sure to enjoy your apartment home and view at Timber Ridge Apartments.

Are you looking for a quiet community at a convenient location? Our community is surrounded by mature trees and beautiful landscaping, and our residents have quick access to I-196, US-131 and the M-6 Connector. We are also 20 minutes from the Gerald R. Ford International Airport. Escape the noise and busyness without leaving the city and its conveniences.

Lemery Park is located behind our community, and it has 86 acres of land including a tennis court, walking trail, and basketball courts. Lemery Park is just one of the many recreational areas located near our community.

Our great location in South Wyoming has a wide variety of quality shopping, entertainment, and dining. We have a Target, Best Buy, Sears, Kohl's, Menards, Cabela's, and Meijer for your grocery needs. We are five minutes from the River Town Crossings Mall to fulfill all of your shopping needs.

Timber Ridge Apartments in Wyoming is only fifteen minutes to Downtown Greater Grand Rapids, where you will find the Van Andel Arena, DeVos Place, and a variety of festivals and activities such as ArtPrize, Rock the Rapids, and Blues on the Mall. We are close to so many fun activities for everyone to enjoy.

We are close to several colleges including Grand Rapids Community College and Grand Valley State University. Timber Ridge is in the Wyoming School District.

You’ll have everything you need, living at Timber Ridge Apartments in Wyoming, Michigan.

Visit our wonderful community today, to see it for yourself!



Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park

Spanning more than 150 acres, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park is home to one of the nation’s preeminent botanical gardens and sculpture collections. Lena Meijer Conservatory, the crown jewel of the Gardens, showcases exotic plants from around the world in a breathtaking five-story glass structure. Trails and boardwalks crisscross the Park as you tour through the diverse ecosystems of the Western Michigan region.   

On display throughout the Park, you’ll find a permanent collection of nearly 300 works of sculpture, as well as rotating temporary exhibitions both classic and contemporary. From Rodin and Degas to Coosjie van Bruggen and Ai Weiwei, the internationally-acclaimed collection is sure to impress. The vast grounds of the Garden also include an amphitheater, meeting rooms, a souvenir shop, library, café, and education center.
 

1000 E. Beltline Ave NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49525
(616)957-1580

Admission: Free Under 3, Kids (3-13) $4-7, Students $11, Adults (14-64) $14.50, Seniors (65+) $11

 

 

Gerald R. Ford Museum

Dedicated to 38th President of the United States, Gerald R. Ford, the Ford Presidential Museum spans more than 44,000 square feet along the banks of the Grand River. The Museum’s archives house over 20,000 items from the lives and career of President Ford and beloved wife, Betty, who were also laid to rest on the 20-acre campus. The Museum’s grounds are joined with other Downtown Grand Rapids destinations via a pedestrian bridge over the Grand River.

Exhibits cover Ford’s life from childhood through the Presidency, featuring an exact replica of the Oval Office, candid family photographs and presentations on the Watergate era, pop culture of the 1970s, and more. The Museum also hosts a rotating array of temporary exhibitions, educational programs and community events. For a deeper look in to the Ford Presidency, visit the Ford Presidential Library in Ann Arbor.
 

303 Pearl St NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
(616)254-0386

Admission: Free Under 6, Kids 6-18 $4, Students $7, Adults (19-64) $10, Seniors (65+) $8

 

Meyer May House

Commissioned in 1908 by Meyer and Sophie May, the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Meyer May House is situated in Grand Rapids’ Heritage Hill Historic District east of Downtown. Typical of Wright’s work during his Prairie School period, the two-story pale brick home features decorative art glass windows, skylights, broad eaves, and hipped roofs. “Michigan’s Prairie Masterpiece” was painstakingly restored to its original grandeur in the late 1980s.

In addition to a fully-restored exterior, the home is beautifully-furnished with a mixture of original, restored and miscellaneous Arts and Crafts period furnishings. The grounds and landscaping have also been returned to their early 20th century design. Tours are offered on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays throughout the year; for Frank Lloyd Wright and architecture enthusiasts, the Meyer May House is an experience not to be missed!
 

450 Madison Ave SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
(616)246-4821

Admission: Free

 

 

Grand Rapids Public Museum

Founded in 1854, Grand Rapids Public Museum is the oldest museum in Michigan and among the oldest in the United States. After outgrowing the site it called home for nearly 100 years, GRPM transitioned to its current downtown facility on the banks of the Grand River in 1994. The Museum features over 250,000 artifacts and specimens in the 155,000 square foot Van Andel Center and other sites in and around Grand Rapids.

With permanent exhibitions on the city’s heritage as a furniture manufacturing capital, the region’s Native American culture and heritage, and the diverse ecology of Western Michigan, the Museum is a regional treasure. Home to a gift shop, café, meeting space, a theater, the Chaffee Planetarium, and a 1928 Spillman carousel in a pavilion built over the Grand River, this sprawling facility can’t be fully appreciated in a single visit.
 

1300 Fulton St W
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
(616)336-4301

Admission: Free Under 3, Kids (3-12) $11, Students $11, Adults (13-61) $14, Seniors (62+) $11
 

 

John Ball Zoo

Nestled into the ravines and bluffs on the City’s western edge, John Ball Zoological Park is home to over 2000 animals across 140+ acres. Founded in 1884 with a donation from famed explorer John Ball, the Zoo has grown into a regional attraction welcoming more than a half million annual visitors. The Park offers a gift shop, numerous concession options and the new Monkey Bar for snacks and rotating draught beers.

The Zoo features a Funicular inclined railway that transports visitors to the upper portions of the property, offering spectacular views of Downtown Grand Rapids. In addition to countless animal exhibits throughout the Park, visitors can choose from a variety of experiences including a zip line, ropes course, camel rides, and panning for precious gems and artifacts. The facility also hosts conservation education and community events throughout the season.

1300 Fulton St W
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
(616)336-4301

Admission: Free Under 3, Kids (3-12) $11, Students $11, Adults (13-61) $14, Seniors (62+) $11

 

 

Restaurants:

 

San Chez a Tapas Bistro
Best Date Restaurant

Featuring a unique blend of Mediterranean, Latin American, and European cuisine, San Chez a Tapas Bistro is located in the heart of Downtown Grand Rapids. With a variety of entertainment options within walking distance and a sharable tapas menu, San Chez makes the perfect date night destination. Breakfast, brunch, and lunch featuring hashes, omelets, soups, and sandwiches are also available. Cap off the night with house-made desserts from a basil goat cheese cheesecake to cardamom pistachio flan.

38 Fulton St W
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
(616)774-8272



 

Real Food Café
Best Diner

With two locations in Grand Rapids, Real Food Café has become a local favorite for no-frills diner fare made from scratch with love. Breakfast is served all day and features a variety of omelets, scrambles, hashes, burritos, breakfast sandwiches, waffles, and pancakes along with delicious sides and fresh-brewed Uncommon Grounds coffee. Lunch offerings include sandwiches, wraps, burgers, salads, soups, and, more. Don’t forget to save from for Real Food’s delectable homemade cakes, pies and ice cream!
 

2419 Eastern Ave
Grand Rapids, MI 49507
(616)241-4080



 

Maru Sushi & Grill
Best Sushi

From their chic location in the East Hills neighborhood, Restauranteur Robert Song and Chef Moon Yang serve up mouth-watering sashimi, nigiri, sushi rolls, hibachi and sake. Maru sources fresh seafood and vegetables daily, utilizes premium California sushi rice, and crafts made-from-scratch sauces to give every dish the love it deserves. With unique signature rolls such as the Cosmo, Oceans Eleven, Angry Bird, and Blackpink, there’s always something new to try! 

927 Cherry St SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
(616)458-1900



 

Ruth’s Chris Steak House
Best Steakhouse

Located inside the Amway Grand Plaza, the world-famous Ruth’s Chris Steak House is a can’t-miss for hand-selected USDA Prime steaks, fresh seafood and delicious extras. The elegant dining room and swanky lounge make Ruth’s Chris the perfect destination for a business meeting, romantic dinner, or celebration. The restaurant’s impeccably-trained staff can recommend a glass or bottle from their vast selection of wine; or try one of their many hand-crafted cocktails!

187 Monroe Ave NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
(616)776-6426



 

Best Brunch
Anna’s House

Family owned and operated since 2002, Anna’s House operates three locations in the greater Grand Rapids area. Designed to resemble a retro diner, Anna’s welcomes patrons in a bright, inviting, stylish space featuring hand-painted murals and vintage décor. Paired with table-side French press coffee, kombucha, fresh-squeezed orange juice and fresh fruit smoothies, the menu at Anna’s House is sure to hit the spot after a long weekend.

2409 E. Beltline Ave SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546
(616)551-0434

 

 

 

 

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