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Visitors Guide 2010-2011

Visitors Guide 2010-2011

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2010 - 2011
Visitors Guide
DiscoverKalamazoo.com
Big City Benefits. Small Town Feel.
 
Don’t Let A Rainy DayRuin Your Vacation!
6151 Portage Road Portage, MI269.382.6555 • www.airzoo.org
Free general admission includesentrance to both the Main andEast Campus, plus:
More than 50 rare and historic aircraftMagic PlanetFly Buy Museum StoreKitty Hawk Café
Best Value!Ultimate Ace Package - $12.95
Enjoy all of our amusement park-styleattractions all day, including:
Zero G ExperienceSpace BallFull-Motion Flight Simulatorsand much, much more!
…and it’s all indoors!
Like No Place Else On Earth!
Free General Admission!
 
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Welcome to Kalamazoo County!! Located in southwest Michigan at the crossroads of I-94 and US 131and less than an hour from Lake Michigan, there is much to do for visitors of all ages and interests.The Kalamazoo region offers an array of world-class attractions, museums and galleries. Outdoorrecreation is plentiful in all seasons featuring golf courses, biking/hiking trails, numerous publicaccess lakes and ski resorts. Kalamazoo and the surrounding communities offer an abundance of shopping and dining experiences, many of which are locally owned and operated. Combined with avibrant and progressive downtown city center, historical neighborhoods, theaters, wineries, brewpubsand so much more, it will be easy to see why the Kalamazoo region is such a fantastic destination.Home to 40,000 students attending ve colleges and universities, education is certainly an integralcomponent of our local landscape. A number of sports and performance arts activities, combinedwith a plethora of annual special events and festivals, make Kalamazoo an exciting destinationthroughout the year for visitors and residents to enjoy.All of this activity will encourage you to spend more than just a day in our region. There are morethan 3,000 rooms available in lodging facilities throughout Kalamazoo County ranging from a four-diamond, world class convention hotel to intimate bed and breakfast inns.Whether considering a visit or already here, our hospitality community and residents will work together to ensure your visit is exciting and enjoyable. We invite you to Discover Kalamazoo.You’ll be back. We promise!
 
DiscoverKalamazoo.com
 
Welcome
 
Courtesy of DowntownKalamazoo, Incorporated

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