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Grosse Pointe Farms is a suburban city located in the state of Michigan, holding a population of 9.479 residents, according to the 2010 census. Grosse Pointe Farms is bordered by Grosse Pointe on the west, Detroit on the north, Grosse Pointe Woods and Grosse Pointe Shores on the northeast. Although only a suburb, Grosse Pointe Farms is a great place to visit for its wonderful attractions, beautiful landscapes and the wide range of accommodation and venues.
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Edsel&Eleanor Ford Grounds and Gardens is a wonderful wide-open and intimate outdoor spaces, with special places for sports, relaxation, nature and gatherings. Jens Jensen was the one who designed the Gardens. Known as the master of the naturalistic approach to landscaping, the design style of Jensen combines woodlands, meadows and wetlands in such a natural way, that tourists cannot realise that it is all man-made. You can take advantage of the wonderful scenery and enjoy a walk in the gardens.
Grosse Pointe Far Historical Society was founded in 1945 to promote the preservation of the local heritage and to share the knowledge with the community and tourists. The Society works to make the history of this little community as vital, relevant and accessible as possible. The Historical Society has a permanent collection of exhibitions that are put on display for the tourists, as well as for the locals.
The Grosse Pointe Far War Memorial is the former home of the Russel Alger family. The house was initially an Institute of Arts and it was later on donated to the community with two purposes: to serve as a perpetual memorial for veteran, as well as serving as a continuing centre for educational and charitable activities. Nowadays, the War Memorial has plaques in the memory of those brave soldiers who served in the Korean and Vietnam conflicts, as well as Operation Desert Storm.