The Public Museum of Grand Rapids is a natural history and history museum in downtown Grand Rapids on the western bank of the Grand River, just south of the Pearl Street Bridge, Ah Nab Awen Park, and the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum and Library.
The Museum was operated by the City of Grand Rapids before being transferred to a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
The Museum's exhibits include:
- The streets of Grand Rapids: a block of historic storefronts from the city's past
- Furniture City: a look at the past, present, and future of Grand Rapids's furniture industry
- Carousel: a working, ridable carousel with hand-carved animals.
The Museum is located at 272 Pearl Street NW.
Geographic coordinates are 42.965719° N, 85.676944° WLatitude: 42°57′56.588″N