5 Fun Things To Do In Lansing
There's always something fun to do in and around the Lansing area. Don't believe me? Then maybe you'll believe the group at TripAdvisor or the staff at the Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau. TripAdvisor has a list of the 'Top Things To Do' in Lansing, Michigan. Their list is comprised of museums, historic sites, nature and parks, sights and landmarks and more. And, if you didn't know, The Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau actually has a list of the top 150 things you can do in Lansing. You can see the Love Lansing Like a Local list of 150 fun things to do in the Lansing area by clicking here.
To help get you started on your Lansing explorations, here are some of the top attractions listed by TripAdvisor. (In no particular order)
TripAdvisor picked the Potter Park Zoo as one of the top attractions in the Lansing area that the whole family can enjoy. If you've never been to the zoo, it's located on Pennsylvania Avenue. Click here to find out more.
Checking out a Lansing Lugnuts game at Cooley Law School Stadium is always a lot of fun. Plus, they have some really fun themed-nights that take place throughout the season. Click here to get the schedule for the Lansing Lugnuts season.
Over 115,000 people check out the Michigan State Capitol each year. Visitors can check out the nine acres of hand-painted decorative art and they even have the opportunity to watch the legislature meet for session. Click here to find out more.
You can spend lots of time at the Impression 5 Science Center in downtown Lansing. According to their website, Impression 5 Science Center "is a dynamic, interactive space for families to play, create, and challenge their understanding of science." It's located at 200 Museum Drive in downtown Lansing. Click here to read more.
TripAdivsor ranks the Michigan History Center as the #1 thing to do in Lansing, Michigan. The museum is located at 702 West Kalamazoo Street in Lansing. If you can't check out the Michigan History Center in person, you can see lots of great information about Michigan history on their website. Click here for more.