The Grand Rapids Public Museum will give residents a chance to explore its offerings for free.The GRPM will offer a free day on March 18, a week from this coming Sunday. The entry costs for that day are being picked up by the Kent County Farm Bureau.

The museum will be featuring agricultural activities on that day, and be featuring artifacts on local farming.

“On behalf of more than 1,200 Kent County farmers, Kent County Farm Bureau is excited to welcome our city family and friends to the Grand Rapids Public Museum to see agriculture in action,” said Jim May, Board President, Kent County Farm Bureau told the Grand Rapids Business Journal.

While there will be still charges to get into the Museum's "Dragons, Unicorns, and Mermaids" exhibit and the 1928 Spellman Carousel, the rest of the museum's offerings will be accessible, including "Water's Extreme Journey".