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Old 12-25-2015, 08:53 PM
 
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I've lived in the area for most of my life, and I know the main attractions (like MSU sports, Lugnuts games, Potter Park Zoo, Impression 5 museum, River Trail, etc.), but does anybody have some additional, possibly out of the box fun things to do in the Lansing area? Maybe some hidden gems or restaurants that you don't normally think about or something like that?

I'm just looking to expand my horizons.
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Old 12-25-2015, 09:25 PM
 
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I've lived in the area for most of my life, and I know the main attractions (like MSU sports, Lugnuts games, Potter Park Zoo, Impression 5 museum, River Trail, etc.), but does anybody have some additional, possibly out of the box fun things to do in the Lansing area? Maybe some hidden gems or restaurants that you don't normally think about or something like that?

I'm just looking to expand my horizons.


I went to MSU and could never find anything exciting to do off-campus. There just isn't much outside the college......that I was aware of.....
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Old 12-26-2015, 07:36 PM
 
Location: Midwest transplant
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State Capitol, Michigan Historical Museum, Supreme Court Hall of Fame, Women's Historical Center, Turner Dodge House, REOlds Museum and the Broad and Museum of History on the campus at MSU.
Restaurants~Tavern 109, Gracies Place and Red Cedar Grill in downtown Williamston. The small regional theatres~Robin in REO Town, Riverwalk, Williamston, Starlight Dinner/Dessert Theatre, the offerings at the Grand Ledge Opera House, and the plays offered by the drama department at MSU (most of them held at Fairchild Theatre Auditorium). The music department at MSU also has regularly scheduled concerts. Lansing Symphony Orchestra performances. 1st Sunday Gallery Walk in downtown Lansing, Old Town or East Lansing. Classes at Painting with a Twist, or the Lansing Art Gallery's Paint and Pint. Some of the weekend or seasonal activities at Meridan Historical Village, Fenner, Woldumar or Harris Nature Center. Check out lansing.org for ideas.
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