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Midland Center for the Arts

1801 W Saint Andrews Rd, Midland, MI 48640-2656
19896315930
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Great Time!

We went to see "The Art of the Brick" Legos display and it was excellent. We walk through and... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Tom Q
Great outdoor concert

Went to their WOW series kick-off Marcia Ball concert. Free admission and a good turnout. There is... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Sheila A
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Imagine a place where art, science, history, music, theatre, dance, films, camps, classes and professional world-class entertainers all live under one roof! This is Midland Center for the Arts, a beautiful landmark facility where people of all ages are invited to create as well as appreciate and explore these many areas of interest. With two performance venues, two museums, art studios, lecture halls, a historical campus and more, Midland Center for the Arts is unique among arts centers: it encourages participation in as well as appreciation for art, music, science and history. Located in Midland, Michigan, Midland Center for the Arts is just a 2-hour drive from Detroit, Grand Rapids, and Traverse City, enjoys handy access to US-10 and M-20, and offers convenient amenities to make your visit a pleasure.
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“lego exhibit” (3 reviews)
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1801 W Saint Andrews Rd, Midland, MI 48640-2656
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went to see "The Art of the Brick" Legos display and it was excellent. We walk through and looked at all the other great displays from interactive periodic tables to a working green screen where kids can be a weather person on T.V. Its...More

Thank Tom Q
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Went to their WOW series kick-off Marcia Ball concert. Free admission and a good turnout. There is a food truck area (pricey), beer garden area with Cornhole (great beers), and a "bring your own seat" in the street area in front of the stage. Perfect...More

Thank Sheila A
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

There was so much to do no matter your age. Although all the Lego sculptures were hard not touch they made up for it by having a whole bunch of bins of Legos at the end for all the kids to play in.

Thank Dap0711
Reviewed 26 July 2017

We had a great time! "The Art of the Brick" exhibit was there and was a fabulous installation! We had a great time and spend about 2 hours here...fun tie no matter your age.

Thank rubyhugsparks
Reviewed 13 July 2017

We had the best day here! The place is interactive and in this summer heat it is an amazing place to enjoy a day. The artists showing their work right now are pretty great. Go to their website and you can see the current Artist...More

Thank car0la66
Reviewed 4 July 2017 via mobile

If you are an ASTC member, then you get into the museum for free. There are three floors with some really neat activities for kids. Like many of these places, some of the exhibits need repair because they are played on often. It would be...More

Thank Barry N
Reviewed 29 June 2017

My grandkids and I visited the Lego Exhibit and had lots of fun checking out the amazing Lego-art, learning how to use a 'green screen' and playing in the "Lab" where we experimented with a wind tunnel. The staff was friendly (maybe a little too...More

Thank Wanderer562014
Reviewed 10 June 2017

The Auditorium - comfortable plush seating, lots of leg room, wonderful tiered seating so great sight lines for every seat, generous sized stage, front rows not too close to stage.. excellent acts at good prices.. enjoy a beverage after at the Saints & Sinners bar...More

Thank Seadal87
Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

We went during the Lego exhibit. Definitely a must see. Very fascinating. There are lots of hands-on things for kids and lots of beautiful paintings.

Thank Randy H
Reviewed 14 May 2017 via mobile

Last night our family of 5 saw an interpretive dance troupe called "Body Traffic". Parking was easy, the ushers helpful, and our reserve seats were easy to locate. We had 2 elderly parents and just before the show, they upgraded them to more comfortable seats....More

Thank FiftyishDad
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