Windsong Stable is a premier hunter, jumper, and equitation facility, established in 1984 in Battle Creek. The stables offer a full range of services including, boarding, training, lessons, sales and showing. Also, Windsong Stables host horse shows recognized by the Michigan Hunter Jumper Association and the Lake Effect Horse Show Association.
Kingman Museum is the only natural history/anthropology museum in southwest Michigan. It has a state-of-the-art Digistar 4 full dome HD planetarium system. Kingman renovated its mezzanine galleries recently. Free Tuesday Lecture Series.
Located west of downtown Battle Creek, Historic Adventist Village is a recreated 19th century village that takes visitors back in time through restored and replicated buildings. Visitors experience living history in a restored log cabin, one-room schoolhouse, and the houses of the Adventist pioneers who settled in Battle Creek in 1855
Once Dr. John Harvey Kellogg's Battle Creek Sanitarium (1903-1942), it became the Percy Jones Army Hospital (1942-1953). Today it houses elements of the Defense Logistics Agency. During its centennial, the building was renamed for former Percy Jones patients and Senators Philip Hart, Robert Dole and Daniel Inouye. Free tours of this historic, national landmark are available 9AM-3PM (except weekends and holidays) on a limited basis.
TC's Woodfire at Arcadia is Battle Creek's own working artistic craft brewery and restaurant located in the heart of downtown. Internationally acclaimed for distinctive and innovative handcrafted ales, the pub/restaurant is anchored by a wood-fired oven from Naples, Italy and a Southern BBQ Pit. Awesome service allows all to feel like family is combined with world-class ales and inspired wood-fired cuisine.
The ETC ARTS Studio is a vibrant, multi-faceted art experience for the shopper looking for a variety of gifts and to the artist needing a venue of supports for creating and selling their work. The Gallery has over 30 artists with a wide spectrum of visual arts for sale to appeal to everyone.
Station 66 sells locally grown foods and Michigan made products. From fresh fruits and vegetables, to ice cream, jams, freshly ground peanut butter, maple syrup, hot dogs, and many other tasty treats as well as locally made artisan products also available.
Horrock's Farm MarketSelect from many fresh fruits, vegetables, an exciting array of wine, deli items, and cheese. Or, visit the ice cream shop, the seasonal garden center for plants, flowers, and trees. Also a great place to find books, rustic furniture and unique gifts.