Flint Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Flint; our list of the best things to see, including Flint Institute of Arts, Bangkok Peppers and Sarvis Center.
  • The best place in Flint: Flint Institute of Arts

    Flint Institute of Arts

    Newly renovated with an impressive collection as well as a new art theater
    Kearsley St. Flint, Michigan 48503, ☎ 810.234.1695, e-mail: info@flintarts.org. Gallery: T - Sat 10 AM - 5 PM, Sat 1 PM - 5 PM. Office: M - F 9 AM - 5 PM. $7 Adults, $5 Seniors, Students, Free for Children (12 and under) and Members.
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  • Bangkok Peppers

    Bangkok Peppers

    1040 E Hill Rd Ste 4
    Bangkok Peppers Too...Thai Cuisine! Dine in or Carry Out. 810.714.4607 www.bangkokpeppers.com
  • Sarvis Center

    1231 E. Kearsley St. Flint, Michigan 48503
    Kearsley St. Flint, Michigan 48503, ☎ 810.760.1351. The Sarvis Center, a sloping slab of black and white stone set off to the north of the main campus, is Flint's main convention center and is currently managed by the Flint Board of Education. It offers little of interest to tourists, but a number of civic organizations such as Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Greater Flint and the Optimist Club hold their meetings here.
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  • Alfred P. Sloan Museum

    1221 E. Kearsley St. Flint, Michigan 48503
    Sloan Museum, 1221 E. Kearsley St. Flint, Michigan 48503, ☎ 810.237.3450, e-mail: sloan@sloanlongway.org. M - F 10 AM - 5 PM, Sat - Sun Noon - 5 PM. $6 Adults, $5 Seniors, $4 Children (3-11), Adult School Programs, $3 Student School Programs, Free for Children (2 and under), Teachers. Sloan Museum and the Buick Gallery & Research Center are an under-used treasure, devoted to the documentation and interpretation of local history. Like many local museums, the emphasis is on smart, funny, and pertinent artifacts and testimonials; you won't find the sort of technologically-driven and eye-arresting exhibits common to museums in larger cities. Sloan makes up for this quite ably with discretion and creativity in the way it exploits its collections. The first half of the museum is given to featured exhibits, such as the current "Strange Matter" and "It's a Nano World." The second half is given over to the compelling and narratively driven Flint and the American Dream, a thoughtful exposition and discussion of Flint's long and tumultuous relationship with the automotive industry. Encompassing figures ranging from the anti-union philanthropist C.S. Mott to the muckraking documentarian Michael Moore, and events including the sit-down strike and the 1960's sit-in for the dissolution of racist housing compacts, this exhibit offers a dizzying amount of material for political, social, and cultural discussion. Included in the admissions price, visitors should not neglect the Buick Gallery and Research Center, located one block away at 303 Walnut Street. This display permanently features several dozen classic G.M. cars, including several concept designs.
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  • Ichiban Japanese Bistro and Steakhouse

    Ichiban Japanese Bistro and Steakhouse

    2381 E Hill Rd
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  • A gem worth hiding from the world but karma would kick in. This intimate shoebox sized restaurant packs a wallop taste in every bite. A fusion of California style cuisine with strong Latin influences is a delight to the senses. Too much to describe here, just click the link, read THE professional review, and I'm sure I'll see you there sometime.
  • Happy's Pizza

    Happy's Pizza

    3147 dort hwy
    Happy's Pizza: http://happyspizza.com/ Delivering More Than Just Great Pizza
  • Starlite Coney Island

    Starlite Coney Island

    1500 N Center Rd
  • El Cozumel Mexican Grill

    El Cozumel Mexican Grill

    4190 E. Court St
  • Tia Helitas

    Tia Helitas

    G4070 S Saginaw St
  • Panera Bread

    6224 S Saginaw Rd
    Panera Bread bakery-cafes bring the tradition of freshly baked artisan bread to neighborhoods in cities throughout the country. We use only the highest-quality ingredients and bake fresh every day.
  • Puzzler's Pub

    3498 E Bristol Rd
  • China House

    2257 E Hill Rd
  • Back Yard Barbecue

    Back Yard Barbecue

    2253 E Hill Rd
  • Halo Burger

    Halo Burger

    2248 E Hill Rd
  • Oliver T's

    1553 E Hill Rd
  • Red Baron

    Red Baron

    2495 S Center Rd
  • Saroni's Pizza

    Saroni's Pizza

    2255 E Hill Rd
  • Leo's Coney Island

    6238 S Saginaw Rd
  • Chip's Shrimp & Fish Shack

    1352 E. Bristol Rd.
  • Dawn Donuts

    1040 E Hill Rd
  • Rocky's Pizza

    6012 Linden Rd
  • King Arthur's Pasties

    2259 E Hill Rd
  • Laredo

    5006 Lapeer Rd
  • Wallis Restaurant

    1341 S Center Rd
  • Brians Family Restaurant

    4145 Davison Rd
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Flint uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.