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Kalamazoo is remembered by visitors for a wide range of unique attractions, an innovative spirit, a commitment to education and preservation of nature and history. Kalamazoo Valley Museum focuses on nature, science and technology while the Gilmore Car Museum displays automotive artifacts. Spend the day at the Air Zoo, an aviation museum and exploration center featuring rare aircraft, amusement park-style rides and more. Taste a draft or two during a tour of the award-winning Bell's Brewery, Michigan's oldest microbrewery. Soak in the scenery at Kalamazoo Nature Center or Bronson Park, and see the collections housed at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts.
The city lies midway between Chicago and Detroit via I-94, which intersects with US 131 for access to Grand Rapids in the north and the Indiana Toll Road to the south. The Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport (AZO) offers limited flights. An alternative mode of transportation is Amtrak's Wolverine Line with 2 1/2-hour trips by train to Chicago. The 35-mile Kal-Haven bike trail stretches from downtown to Lake Michigan's shores.
Kalamazoo is home to several colleges, including Western Michigan University and Kalamazoo College. In 1959, Kalamazoo opened the first outdoor pedestrian shopping mall in the United States. Found downtown on Burdick Street, the Kalamazoo Mall remains open for business through all four distinct seasons.
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