|Lighthouse at Holland|
Sara wanted to see the famous tulips albeit late in the season. Ben wanted to look at Jeeps. Read no further if you are looking forward to a tour of the car dealerships featuring Jeeps.
Follow the yellow brick road across the road kitty-corner from this display to the amazing bronze sculptures of the cherished characters in the book. Interaction with the characters is encouraged. In fact, one cannot help but pet the lion, hug the scarecrow and tin man, and adore sweet Dorothy and her darling dog.
Sculptor Nick Christenson and his crew at Brodin Studios have made an outstanding exhibit that will make visitors smile and remember their experiences when reading the Wizard of Oz or seeing the movie based on the book.
I hope you will someday be able to visit when you're in the West Michigan area.
This little host greets you as you walk across the street from the park.
See what I mean? You can't resist the scarecrow!
The perfect word to describe Dorothy is precious. So is her lovable companion. Who can tell me the name of her dog? Leave the name in a comment below and I'll send you a surprise!
The tin man wins for the best grin.
Now the Fighting Tree was scary, just as in the book. But I ended up laughing.
|Sunset over Lake Michigan--Photo taken on the shore of Lake Michigan, one of the best places to view a breathtaking sunset.|
Click here for my blog post about more places to visit in Holland, Michigan.
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