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Explore the State's Capital City on a Charter Bus in Lansing, Michigan

Michigan State Capitol in Lansing

Lansing, located in Ingham, Clinton and Eaton counties, is the capital of Michigan and is home to more than 114,000 people. It is currently the fifth biggest city in the state. Why not get on a charter bus in Lansing, Michigan and visit the city today?

A charter bus in Lansing, Michigan allows you to tour the city's sites and attractions conveniently.

Arts & Culture

Lansing is one of the state's art hubs and it has art galleries that showcase local, regional, and even national artists. The city's art galleries house various works of art, including paintings, sculptures, print, and others. Make sure to visit Absolute Gallery and artist-run galleries. You should also visit the Lansing Arts Council.

You might also want to watch a Broadway show, or support local theater groups in the city. Some of the performance arts groups you would enjoy in Lansing include the Children's Ballet Theatre of Michigan, the Lansing Symphony Orchestra, and Starlight Dinner Theatre.

You can also go to J & K Steamboat Company where you can go on a riverboat cruise on a paddle wheeler, the Michigan Princess. Onboard, you can enjoy a murder mystery theater or listen to live music. Or how about going to Impression 5 Science Center, where the entire family can learn, create and play with the exhibits that focus on science? Another science-related attraction you can go to is the Planet Walk, where you can learn more about the solar system.

Other museums that you can visit include All Around the African World Museum and Resource Center, the Michigan Supreme Court Learning Center, R. E. Olds Transportation Museum.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Go down the Michigan Walk of Fame, which honors the men and women who contributed to the growth and development of the state, the United States, and even the world in general. Or visit the State Capitol Building, the award-winning building that was built in the 1870s. You can tour the parts that are open to the public and even see the House and Senate Galleries.

You also have the Turner-Dodge House and Heritage Center, a classical revival mansion that was built in the 1850s. Meanwhile, the Michigan Historical Museum educates visitors about the history of the state, with some of the exhibits dating back to the prehistoric era.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Cooley Gardens has several varieties of plants, a picnic pavilion, benches, and picnic tables, whereas Crego Park has 200 acres of space where you can enjoy canoeing, fishing, kayaking, and other water sports. Meanwhile, the Delta Mills Park has picnic facilities, a playground, a fishing area, canoe launch and nature trail, as well as sports courts and fields. You can also enjoy the unique recreational opportunities at Granger Meadows Park.

Other parks you can go to include the Fenner Nature Center, Frances Park, Grand Woods Park, Hawk Island Park, Hawk Meadow Park, Ranney Park, Sharp Park, and the Woldumar Nature Center.

Zoos & Aquariums

The Potter Park Zoo has 100 acres of space that combines a zoo, a park and a variety of gardens. The zoo has at least 400 animals coming from different parts of the world.

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These are just a few of the attractions that you could find in the city, so be sure to get a charter bus in Lansing, Michigan from BusRental.com to see all of these places and more! Just call us at 1-866-569-2012.