In Flint & Genesee, energy flows through our communities to the places we shop, eat and visit. Home to the largest county park system in the state, there are over 11,000 acres of parks and nature areas for you to explore and 142 miles of river to paddle. Visit the birthplace of GM, catch a show at a recently renovated historic theater, or be transported back in time at Crossroads Village & Huckleberry Railroad. Contemplate the work of the masters or explore the solar system at the Flint Institute of Arts and Longway Planetarium. Hit the historic bricks in downtown Flint for the HAP Crim Festival of Races or Back to the Bricks car show. Light up the night with live music or adrenaline pumping professional sports followed by farm-to-table foods and handcrafted libations. Flint & Genesee is ready for you to explore.
Flint & Genesee is home to a
world-class cultural attractions. Including the newly renovated Sloan Museum of Discovery, the Flint Institute of Arts (Michigan’s second largest art museum), theater productions, and incredible public art.
Year-round events showcase Flint & Genesee’s vibrant culture and rich history. These include car shows that draw half a million attendees, small town festivals, monthly ArtWalks, fireworks while the symphony plays, community theater, and seasonal celebrations.
Craft food and beverage is big in Genesee County with multiple craft wine, beer and cider producers; numerous nationally recognized restaurants; and many nation-wide coffee roasters and cafés.
Indoors or outdoors, Flint & Genesee offers a variety of seasonal and competitive sporting events that can be enjoyed by all ages. Hockey, baseball, soccer, short-track stock car racing, a PGA Tour Champions event, roller derby, road races, and more.
*Genesee County residents receive free or discounted admission and tickets to cultural amenities, funded by the Genesee County Arts Education and Cultural Enrichment Millage.
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