The Gerald R Ford Museum in Grand Rapids is a place all Michiganders should visit at some point in their lives. There is lots of history here displayed very attractively. Upon entering, you cannot help but notice the golden colored presidential seal doorknob. Christmas on the Grand is their special exhibit of handmade quilts made by local ladies and uniquely decorated trees sponsored by various local service organizations. The upper floor is devoted to the 38th president of the United States, Gerald Ford, who grew up and married in Grand Rapids. Everyone can learn something from these exhibits. That Huey helicopter sure brought back memories.