Lansing, the capital of Michigan, is known as the state's center for education, culture, government and high-tech business. Hotels Lansing are easy to find near the Riverwalk Theater, the Impression 5 Science Center, and other cultural attractions throughout the city. Hotels in Lansing fit all budgets, including inexpensive chains, bed and breakfasts like the Rosewood Inn, and upscale luxury hotels that cater to the many business people visiting the city for important conferences and meetings.
Lansing features a number of parades to honor its cultural diversity. The annual Michigan Pride Parade is held every June to celebrate gay culture in Lansing, and the African American Parade and Heritage Festival features live entertainment, great food, and family activities.
Lansing dining options are as diverse as its culture. The downtown Golden Harvest restaurant is a local favorite. The lines may be long but the food is well worth the wait. The Ukai Two Hibachi Grill on Delta Commerce Drive serves fresh Asian cuisine, prepared in front of your table.
The Wharton Center for Performing Arts on the Michigan State University campus showcases top Broadway musicals and Lansing Symphony Orchestra performances in a state of the art theater.
Lansing features a number of large shopping malls such as the Lansing Mall and the Frandor Shopping Center. Those looking for specialty shops can explore Lansing's downtown area.
Fans of baseball will love the Lansing Lugnuts, a minor league baseball team in the Midwest League that plays their home games at Cooley Law School Stadium near downtown Lansing hotels.
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