As a shining example of cultural things to do in Flint Michigan, the Flint Institute of Arts offers an assortment of educational and entertaining opportunities.
Whether you’re beginning your visit, taking a break, or need a pick-me-up before you leave, the Palette Café has a delicious menu. You can even order a cup of gourmet coffee or a glass of wine.
Home to fun hands-on science exhibits. It originally opened in 1966 and now holds a collection of more than 400,000 artifacts related to the rich history of Flint, dating from as far back as the 1860s.
The Capitol Theatre offers a mix of movie screenings and other entertainment, such as spoken word, comedy acts, theatrical plays, classical and popular music, and modern and contemporary dance performances.
More than 50 vendors have setups inside, so it’s open through the winter. The vendors sell a wide range of locally made and grown products.