GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - There is so much to see during ArtPrize 2012, and we know it can be difficult trying to decide where to take that first step.
If you need some help navigating around the world's largest art competition in downtown Grand Rapids, you could start with a walking tour.
They are self-guided tours, so you can grab an ArtPrize guide, which include maps, and then just choose between a three-mile, six-mile or nine-mile route. The routes take you to the exhibition centers, venues and downtown landmarks.
There are chalk markings on sidewalks throughout the downtown area to help guide you.
You can purchase an ArtPrize guide for $5 at the HUB at 41 Sheldon Boulevard or at any of the exhibition centers.
Watch the video above as 24 Hour News 8's Amanda Jarrett walked one of the tours.
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