Grand Rapids

TIME's Maggie Sieger tells where to go in Grand Rapids, Mich. For BREAKFAST: The Wealthy Street Bakery, at Wealthy and Union, offers everything from scones to asiago cheese bread. A CULTURAL FIX: The Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit at the Public Museum of Grand Rapids, 272 Pearl St. N.W. It's the only U.S. stop for the 2,000-year-old scrolls, containing the earliest-known version of the Hebrew Bible. A PLEASANT WALK: Stroll through Heritage Hill, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The neighborhood provides a glimpse of 19th century Grand Rapids, plus Frank Lloyd Wright's 1906 Meyer May House. Find free walking-tour...

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