Find exciting things to do in Kalamazoo

Discover a multitude of attractions and things to do in downtown Kalamazoo, from visiting local breweries and nightclubs to strolling through art studios and public parks. For help navigating the city, chat with the hotel's concierge. In addition to the fun, food and entertainment, potential students and visiting families can easily find Western Michigan University or Kalamazoo College about one and a half miles from the hotel.

Downtown Kalamazoo is also home to major companies like Eaton, Stryker, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Zoetis and Pfizer. To simplify your business trip, take advantage of our complimentary shuttle service to and from Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport (AZO), located about four miles from the Radisson.

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Air Zoo

4.68 mi / 7.53 km from the hotel
Offering an experience that soars above the norm, this aviation museum showcases vintage airplanes, full-motion flight simulators, and a 4-D theater.

Arcadia Creek Festival Place

0.17 mi / 0.27 km from the hotel
From charity walks and runs to local food and music, this venue is full of fun and entertainment from April through October.

The Crossroads

4.97 mi / 8 km from the hotel
Come by for shopping, dining, or both at The Crossroads, where you can take your day any direction you please. Browse the more than 90 specialty stores, which include brands like Buckle, Victoria's Secret, and Zales Jewelers.

Binder Park Zoo

22.29 mi / 35.87 km from the hotel
At Binder Park Zoo, animal lovers can attend events, feed the giraffes, and then find a meal for themselves at Beulah's Restaurant or Kalahari Kitchen.

Bronson Park

0.14 mi / 0.22 km from the hotel
Relax on a bench and take in this popular park's peaceful setting with gushing fountains, winding walkways, and historical buildings. During the summer, check out one of the concerts in the park.

Climb Kalamazoo

0.08 mi / 0.13 km from the hotel
Harness up and scale the walls at Climb Kalamazoo. Whether you consider yourself an amateur or a pro, you can choose your ideal climbing route on more than 10,000 square feet of vertical space that stretches up to 30 feet high.