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Hidden Lake Gardens
This endowed public garden, located in Tipton, Michigan, features: year-round educational programs; thousands of labeled trees, shrubs, and flowers on display in indoor and outdoor collections; plant conservatory including tropical plants, arid plants, and a wide variety of flowering houseplants; Harper Collection of Dwarf and Rare Conifers; over five miles of marked hiking trails. Map and information about classes and programs.
Kresge Art Museum
Michigan State University's art museum, founded in 1959, houses more than 5,500 works of art spanning 5,000 years of human history and culture.
Michigan 4-H Children's Garden
Over 1/2 acre in size, with over 60 individual theme areas, the garden emphasizes the important part plants play in children's daily lives, from the first cereal bowl in the morning to the last popcorn snack at night. Site Features a calendar of garden events, a virtual tour, and a collection of video clips.
Michigan State University Archives and Historical Collections
Information about access to the official repository of MSU documents and historical records. Features online multimedia exhibits.
Michigan State University Libraries
Information about Michigan State University libraries' (main and 14 branch) service, hours, electronic resources, and online catalog.
Michigan State University Museum
Founded in 1857, the Michigan State University Museum was one of the first museums on a college campus in the Midwest, and remains one of the oldest university museums in the country.
Descriptions of the over 530,000 specimens contained in the Herbarium, as well as its location, hours, and loan/exchange policies.
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