Side 1 The Alice B. Cowles House, built in 1857, is the oldest building on the Michigan State University campus. Built as a "Farm Cottage" on Faculty Row from bricks made of clay from the banks of the Red Cedar River, it was originally the official residence of the president of Michigan Agricultural College.
The Boji Tower, also known as the Olds Tower is a historic 23-story building located at 124 Allegan Street, in Lansing, Michigan. It has been the tallest building in Lansing since its completion in 1931. On December 6, 2005, the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places as the Capital Bank Tower.
Fenner Nature Center is an environmental education center encompassing 134 acres of publicly accessible green space. Now run by the non-profit Fenner Conservancy, the property includes over four miles of trails, rolling glacial eskers, towering maple groves and so much more.
Frances Park offers three unique sites for outdoor weddings. Frances Park Rose Garden, Frances Park Overlook, and Frances Park Woodland Trail offer intimate and scenic locations to have an outdoor wedding. Sites are available to rent up to 1 year in advance of the wedding date.
FunTyme Adventure Park FunTyme is the Lansing area's family fun headquarters. FunTyme Adventure Park has something for everyone. We have a lighted driving range to brush up on your golf swing. If your swing includes a baseball bat instead of a golf club, we have five lighted batting cages.
Grand Woods Park occupies 128 acres on the Grand River. The intentions of this park space are to keep it a family-oriented facility. Park amenities include a picnic shelter (seats 80), pavilion (seats 100), playground equipment, fishing pond, nature trail, softball field, one grass volleyball court, frisbee golf course, radio-controlled race car track, restrooms and drinking water.
Surrounded by forests, meadows, over five miles of nature trails and a .75-mile paved loop, this nature center is set on the banks of the Red Cedar River. View the river from an overlook deck or watch the hawk exhibit and play in the Nature Exploration Area. Inside the building are displays and live turtles.
Located north of Okemos High School. This park includes ball diamonds, athletic fields, play equipment, restrooms, sidewalks, a picnic pavilion, a pond and nature overlook, natural hiking trails, and parking that are accessible to individuals with a disability.
Hawk Island County Park is a 100 acre park, located on Cavanaugh Road, between Pennsylvania Avenue and Aurelius Road, in south Lansing is the newest park in our system. Long-time residents will remember the Sablain Gravel Pit location, which has been transformed into a beautiful park featuring natural planting areas.
Hollister Building is a 6-story low-rise building in Lansing, Michigan, U.S.A.. View a detailed profile of the structure 209026 including further data and descriptions in the Emporis database. View a detailed profile of the structure 209026 including further data and descriptions in the Emporis database.
Impression 5 Science Center is a dynamic, interactive space for families to play, create, and challenge their understanding of science. Its mission is to facilitate learners in scientific exploration through hands-on exhibits and participatory educational programming.
A 100-acre park nestled in South Lansing; Hawk Island Park features year round outdoor fun. In warm weather months, visitors can enjoy pedal boat rentals, a swimming beach and beach house, concession stand, Splash Pad®, picnicking, a playground, sand volleyball and horseshoes.
After Herrmann's death in 1898, his sons took over the business. Designed by Lansing architect J. Arthur Bailey, this house remained in the Herrmann family until Lansing Community College purchased in in 1966 and renamed it the Herrmann Conference Center.
Salvation Army located on 525 North Pennsylvania, Lansing, Michigan There is a buffet luncheon at 11:45 AM prior to the meetings. We encourage members to bring guests and we welcome visitors from other area Kiwanis Clubs. Each meeting program includes a speaker of interest.
Once a popular amusement park, Lake Lansing Park South is located in Haslett on Lake Lansing, the largest body of water within 30 miles of Lansing. The 30 acre-site includes a sandy beach bordered by four acres of lush green grass. The historical carousel building has been preserved as a reminder of the park's rich history.
Lake Lansing Park South offers a bath house, beach, summer snack bar, pedal boat rental, a playground at the beach, horseshoe pits, sand volleyball courts, picnic grounds and shelters, a fishing dock, a tricycle track, moonwalk rental, dunk tank rental, and an inflatable giant slide rental.
The Parks and Recreation Department enhances the quality of life through the preservation and maintenance of park lands, the provision of quality leisure time activities, and the provision of special facilities which would otherwise not be available to the Lansing residents.
The Meridian Historical Village is located in picturesque Central Park, a Meridian Township park located at 5151 Marsh Road, Okemos MI 48864, and contains historic buildings relocated from other locations and carefully restored to their original 19th century style.
T he Michigan State Capitol opened on January 1, 1879, to great acclaim. Designed by architect Elijah E. Myers, Michigan’s Capitol holds a special place in American history as one of the first state capitols to be topped by a lofty cast iron dome. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1992.
The MSU Museum is the science and culture museum at Michigan State University. With three floors and 15 galleries of exhibit space, thousands of visitors each year explore exhibits highlighting museum collections, MSU faculty and student work, and traveling exhibits.
The Michigan Veterans’ Memorial Park Commission was established by authority of Public Act 234 of 1988 and Executive Order 2001-10.. The Michigan Veterans’ Memorial Park & Vietnam Monument is a public memorial honoring those who have served in the United States Military.
Potter Park Zoo is a 58-acre zoo located in the capital city of Lansing, Michigan. With over 500 animal residents there is always something new and exciting to see. From special events to programs for children and adults, the Zoo offers family fun and enrichment year round.
The Red Cedar River is a tributary of the Grand River in central Michigan in the United States. The river is approximately 51.1 miles (82.2 km) long and drains a watershed of approximately 461 square miles (1,190 km 2) in the Lansing–East Lansing metropolitan area and suburban and rural areas to the east.
Sharp Park features a picnic shelter (seats 72 at 12 tables + four handicap at one table), 300 seat amphitheater and playground equipment on its 57.8 acres. Sports lovers will enjoy a two acre fishing pond, basketball court, four softball fields (one lighted), two tennis courts (lighted), two sand volleyball courts, and a building with restrooms/concessions.
Valley Court Park is a popular community park, which is located on the west side of downtown East Lansing. It is home to a newly installed playground and lots of free community events, including the East Lansing Farmer's Market, the Moonlight Film Festival, Play in the Park and more.