Rodeway Inn Airport
2325 Austin Parkway
Flint, MI 48507
Phone: (810) 232-7777
Fax: (810) 232-9671
Located on Hammerberg Road, Swartz Creek Valley Park is a spacious open green park. The park also features a 18-hole golf course.
Located on the Atherton Road in Flint is the Sit-Downer's Memorial Park, dedicated to the workers of General Motors who participated in the Sit-Down Strike of 1936. The park features bronze monuments depicting an actual scene during the monumental strike. At one end are the men, sitting down and at the other end are the women rebelling against the tyranny of factory owners. Commissioned by the United Auto Workers (UAW) and designed by ace sculpture Janice Trimpe, the park is significant not only marking one of the first sit-down strikes in the United States, but also the progress of labor unions and eventual beginning of the human resource departments.
Flint Children's Museum is situated on Kettering University's campus in Flint. Popular exhibits include Mr. Bones where one gets to see how skeletons function and The Discovery Zone which is a revolving area displaying some interesting objects.
Tenacity Brewing is a unique brewery located in Flint. Their tasting room and beer garden is a great place to enjoy craft beers.
The iconic Weather Ball in Flint celebrated its 50 years in 2007. Almost a landmark in itself, the famous weather-predicting device is visible clearly on Flint's skyline from most directions. Located on the Saginaw Street over the Citizens Bank Building in the Downtown area, the Weather Ball also has nursery rhymes dedicated to it. The lights are on in the evenings making it a great model for pictures.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church has been serving the locals of Flint as a religious site for over the years. Centrally located on Saginaw Street, the church features three choirs and an active volunteering group.
Whaley Historical House Museum is the erstwhile residence of Robert J. Whaley. The museum is home to an array of captivating displays narrating the rich history of Flint.
Sloan Museum is home to an exciting array of technology, culture and historical exhibits. The museum is popular for educational displays and activities happening throughout the year.
Longway Planetarium remains the state's biggest planetarium. Events at the planetarium feature laser shows and astronomy objects. There are some exciting programs designed for groups, families and kids.
Buick Gallery & Research Center displays 20 kinds of contemporary and historic Buicks and some old Chevrolet models. You can also explore some locally manufactured motors at the gallery.
The First Baptist Church of Grand Blanc is a noted historic church on South Saginaw Street in Grand Blanc, Michigan. It was constructed in 1851. The Sunday School and Bible study are fine programs arranged to impart Biblical knowledge. Built in the Greek Revival style of architecture, the church building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.
Bluebell Beach is a local favorite to spend their summer evenings. This relaxing spot also features a playground and a biking trail.