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WorldWise.net's Exterior Office in Grand Rapids
Grand Rapids Silhouette
250 Monroe NW - Suite 421
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WorldWise.net's Exterior Office in Grand Rapids

Experience the creative energy of Grand Rapids: dazzling art and culture, awesome dining and nightlife, inspiring natural beauty and exhilarating community spirit. The very walkable downtown is jam-packed with more than 90 restaurants, clubs, theaters and museums - and every autumn, it hosts 250,000 artists and spectators for ArtPrize, the world's richest art competition. Food is an art form here, too. A top-notch culinary school and endless agricultural bounty set the table for first-class farm-to-table dining throughout the city, while local craft breweries and coffee shops garner national acclaim.

WorldWise.net's Interior Office in Grand Rapids

Worldwise .net would love to help you design a custom made website for your company. Our two most popular packages are OneWeb and OneWeb Ecommerce. Give us a call if we can help your business grow. We also offer marketing service, such as SEO Basic, Profile Select and Marketing Plus. We also just launched Promotice, our new promotional line for your advertising needs.

About Grand Rapids

Grand Rapids Skyline Night

Things to Do

  • Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park
  • Grand Rapids Art Museum
  • Children's Museum
  • Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum
  • John Ball Zoo
  • Grand Rapids Griffins Hockey
  • West Michigan Whitecaps Baseball
  • May House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

Did You Know?

  • Grand Rapids was the first city in the United States to add fluoride to its drinking water way back in 1945.
  • Herpolsheimer's, an old department store in Grand Rapids, is shown twice in the film “Polar Express.” The author, Chris Van Allsburg, grew up in East Grand Rapids.
  • Grand Rapids was home to a professional women’s baseball team, the Grand Rapids Chicks. They won two championships, one in 1947 and one in 1953. A number of the women on the team were interviewed for the movie “A League of Their Own.”
  • Meliville R. Bissell invented the carpet sweeper in 1876 to help clean his crockery shop. In the late 1890s the sweepers had become so successful that even Queen Victoria demanded her palace be “Bisselled” weekly.
  • The Frederik Meijer Gardens have one of two 24’ sculptures based on drawings by Leonardo Da Vinci. “The American Horse”
  • Grand Rapids has a history of brewing beer. The first local brewer can be traced all the way back to 1836.
  • Grand Rapids is also known as “Furniture City.”
  • It was one of the first cities to install public art with “La Grande Vitesse” by Alexander Calder.
Grand Rapids Riverfront