Lansing Sights and Landmarks Guide, Michigan
Top sights in Lansing, MI USHistorical sights
Lansing, MI US has many historical sights such as Michigan State Capitol which was renowned as a national historic landmark of Lansing in 1992. Tourists can visit popular historic sites like Turner-Dodge House & Heritage Center and Malcolm X Homesite Historical Marker to enjoy sightseeing to the fullest. Greater Lansing Visitors Center and Old Town are popular sightseeing attractions for the tourists coming to Lansing, MI US every year.
Museums and theatres
Michigan Historical Museum showcases the developments in Lansing since the early civilization till today. The Telephone Pioneer Museum is a must visit for phone lovers. The Creole Gallery in Lansing, MI US is perfect to explore the magical performances of museums, visual artists and performers. Science lovers can head over to Impression 5 Science Center to explore, appreciate and understand the incredible facts related to physical science.
Lansing, MI US has many beautiful lakes, gardens and beaches where one can enjoy sightseeing to the fullest. Sleepy Hollow State Park is spread over 2600 acres and tourists can enjoy camping, kayaking, fishing, canoeing, bird watching and wildlife watching. Tourists must visit River Trail so as to enjoy fun activities like sightseeing and trailing. Tandems, bicycles and child trailers are available for the tourists coming to River Trail. Botanical gardens near Michigan State University in Lansing, MI US is one of the most popular natural sites of this place.
Entertainment and amusement sights
Potter Park Zoo is the perfect family holiday site as here one can explore several endangered wild species such as Siberian tigers, snow leopards, red pandas and black rhinos. Animal clinic and educational center are recently added in the Potter Park Zoo. Monkey island and lion house are major attractions.
A visit to Lansing in incomplete, if you have not explored Michigan State University in East Lansing. Tourists can enjoy several things at MSU such as heading over to Red Cedar River. Tourists can explore the very popular Beaumont Tower. In order to get maximum fun in sightseeing at MSU, tourists can go to Michigan State University Museum. One of the most exclusive inclusions in the MSU museum are dinosaurs and amazing artifacts. Tourists must explore the International House and planetarium located near the MSU so as to enjoy sightseeing in Lansing to the fullest.
Off the beaten path
Off the beaten path attractions in Lansing include Fenner Nature Center which features hiking trail, indoor educational area and gift shop. Fenner Nature Center is accessible by wheel chair and includes blacktopped surfaces.
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