The 10 Best Things to Do in Richland, United States

January 22, 2018 Jana Sager

Richland in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Farms. Discover best things to do in Richland with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Richland

1. Gull Meadow Farms

8544 Gull Rd, Richland, MI 49083-8629 +1 269-629-4214
Excellent
68%
Good
21%
Satisfactory
7%
Poor
1%
Terrible
3%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 51 reviews

Gull Meadow Farms

Reviewed By LindzLou8224 - Louisville, Kentucky

I went with my family that live in Michigan. There were only two types of apples to pick but we had a blast doing it. The little ones (7 & 11) loved it! I can't wait to try the bread and BBQ sauce I got. We also go some apples that we couldn't pick and they're so yummy!! The donuts were really good too. We didn't go into the play area because it was way too expensive for 2 kids and 8 adults (older kids) even if we were just going to watch the kids we would have to pay. Would love to go back in the fall! It was a fun outing.

2. Gilmore Car Museum

6865 W Hickory Rd, Hickory Corners, MI 49060-9788 +1 269-671-5089
Excellent
91%
Good
7%
Satisfactory
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Overall Ratings

5 based on 512 reviews

Gilmore Car Museum

The ever expanding Gilmore Car Museum, hailed as one of the Top Five car museums in the nation, features over nearly extraordinary cars and motorcycles from all eras. The Automotive Heritage Center (about 150 vehicles) is Open daily year-round. The outdoor park-like campus of historic buildings (including 1930s gas station, working 1940s diner and several exhibit sturctures)are open April - Novemember.Museum exhibits range from cars of the 1890s to the classic Duesenberg, the elusive 1948 Tucker, to the muscle cars of the ‘60s and ‘70s. Located just off M-43 at Hickory Road near Hickory Corners (20 minutes northeast of Kalamazoo, MI)

Reviewed By Wayne B - Brampton, Canada

A spectacular collection of Americana automotive and automotive related history - likely not duplicated anywhere else.

It would seem impossible to add any additional favorable comments to the dozens already submitted, and shared by earlier visitors. This is an absolutely must see museum, even if you are not a die hard car enthusiast. There is also a collection of pedal cars, a period service station, an actual Walt Disney movie production set, a re-constructed 1950's Cadillac dealership and the list goes on and on, including an original refurbished Blue Moon diner that serves some great lunches. The soup of the day special at the time we attended was apple-pumpkin - a flavor I had never heard of but was it ever great.

A very unique section of the museum provides a large display along with many huge photo boards telling the story of "The Green Book," a chapter of American history I was completely unfamiliar with. Highly interesting and an outstanding presentation!

Be well rested when you arrive as there is so many buildings to tour and so very much to see. It's likely the day will run out before you get to see all the museum has to offer.

Surely one of America's finest - and larger, automotive museums

3. Barn Theatre

13351 West M-96, Augusta, MI 49012 +1 269-731-4121
Excellent
84%
Good
12%
Satisfactory
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5 based on 50 reviews

Barn Theatre

Reviewed By Krista P - Portage, Michigan

We went for a "Backstage Experience" and it was a lot of fun. We got to see costumes, set designs etc. We got to go on stage and see it from that perspective. We enjoyed the show and the actors/actresses!

4. Kalamazoo Valley Museum

Kalamazoo, MI +1 800-772-3370
Excellent
68%
Good
28%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
1%
Terrible
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 242 reviews

Kalamazoo Valley Museum

Reviewed By TravelReview2 - Michigan

There have been great improvements and additions to the museum since they've opened, and it's become the perfect place to spend an afternoon with little ones. Lots of hands-on enriching activities, fun movies, and a super clean and organized environment. Our grandkids love coming here, and we love how we're able to interact with them on all the activities.

5. Bell's Comstock Brewery

8938 Krum Ave., Galesburg, MI 49053-9558 +1 269-382-2338
Excellent
76%
Good
20%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 82 reviews

Bell's Comstock Brewery

The Comstock Brewery is home to our 200-barrel system and 50-barrel system, where beers like Oberon and Two Hearted are produced. The "Brew Gallery" was designed with visitors in mind and is just a short 12-minute drive from Bell's original brewery and Eccentric Cafe located in downtown Kalamazoo. Each tour does include 2 oz. samples. Visit our website for updates on specialty tour options and to reserve your spot on one of our tours.

Reviewed By htalk - Hillsdale, Michigan

I took my employees here for an employee appreciation day and we could not have been more impressed. So accommodating, generous, knowledgeable, and dedicated to what they sell. They told us that they like good people, and we certainly saw that in each person that...MoreWe're so glad we were able to have you visit us and that you all enjoyed your time here! Thanks very much for the kind words. We'll certainly share this with our tour team. We'll be looking forward to seeing you again in the future!

6. Air Zoo

6151 Portage Rd, Portage, MI 49002-3003 +1 269-382-6555
Excellent
74%
Good
21%
Satisfactory
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Poor
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 471 reviews

Air Zoo

With 100+ rare and unique air & spacecraft, amazing interactive exhibits, "hands-on" science experiences, indoor amusement park rides, full-motion flight simulators, a 4D theater, and much, much more, the Air Zoo in Portage, MI is your one-stop spot for educational family fun! Voted the #1 Museum in Michigan by American Towns Media and the "Best of Michigan" website, and also as the "Best Place to Spend the Day With Your Family" and "Best Place to Take Out of Towners", the Air Zoo is standing by to entertain and educate, and truly has something for everyone!

Reviewed By Greg M - Kalamazoo, Michigan

We have been many times and love this place. Great way to spend an afternoon. Love when they have open cockpits, and can’t wait until summer so we can ride the Bi plane again . Very friendly staff and very informative !

7. Gull Lake Marine

12485 E D Ave, Richland, MI 49083-9427
Excellent
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5 based on 17 reviews

Gull Lake Marine

Gull Lake Marine Rental Docks is located in Richland Michigan on the bay of Gull Lake. With many different activities to choose from, Gull Lake is the perfect destination for summer fun for the whole family. The Rental docks offer boat, kayak, and paddleboard rentals. Wakesurf and wakeboards can also be rented. Lessons for these are offered at the Gull Lake Pro Shop which is located on the Bay.

Reviewed By ttk2006 - Portage, Michigan

We rented boat twice this summer: in June and September. Tenia offered professional and friendly service. Great experience, really was fast and easy. The boat was clean and everything worked.
Thank you Tenia, we had a great time on the lake.
We highly recommend.
Dariusz and friends.

8. W. K. Kellogg Manor House

3700 E Gull Lake Dr, Hickory Corners, MI 49060-9505 +1 269-671-5117
Excellent
60%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
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Poor
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 40 reviews

W. K. Kellogg Manor House

Reviewed By Gloria G - New York City, New York

This estate of William Kellogg, inventor of Corn Flakes and the Kellogg company founder is worth a visit if you are in the area, but it's not a destination. Stopped by while my husband spent far too much time at the nearby Gilmore Car Museum. The interior is dark and dreary and furniture from the 1920's midwest is not exciting. Grounds, however, are lovely.

9. Kalamazoo Institute of Arts

435 West South Street, Mailing address: 314 S. Park St., Kalamazoo, MI 49007 +1 269-349-7775
Excellent
63%
Good
31%
Satisfactory
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Poor
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Terrible
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 151 reviews

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts

A visual arts museum with 11 galleries featuring 3-4 loaned exhibitions and permanent collection galleries focused on American art. Free and family programming includes a first-Friday Art Hop, monthly Art Detectives gathering on the 2nd Saturday of the month; and a Friday Teen Night. A family gallery offers hands-on fun for children 2 and up, with a black light corner, book nook, mechanical drawing "robots", pegboard art-making, a drawing walli, even a n antique communication device: a typewriter!

Reviewed By frankjs2015 - Kalamazoo, Michigan

The KIA is a wonderful museum with exhibits that are often more common in larger cities. Numerous openings, lectures and special events are offered. The world class Art school offers dozens of classes for all ages and skill levels. Annual art sales offer great locally produced works at very reasonable prices. Gift shop has a wonderful selection of high quality items. Website always updated with current information. A true gem!

10. Fort Custer Recreation Area

5163 Fort Custer Dr, Augusta, MI 49012-9618 +1 269-731-4200
Excellent
58%
Good
29%
Satisfactory
12%
Poor
0%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 71 reviews

Fort Custer Recreation Area

Reviewed By Jenni T

We love it here! Eagle Lake beach is clean and large. The campground bathrooms are kept nicely clean. Large family showers making camping with young children much easier. Most campsites are wooded and private.

A lot of the campsites are a dirt/sand ground. Not much grass.

There are raccoons, so pick up food at night.

My only con is that our site had a lot of poison ivy around.

If you're looking for a somewhat rustic campground and a nice getaway this is the place! Great place to enjoy nature!

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