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Lansing — More Than You Know

At Clean Sweeps of Michigan, we travel through the state, cleaning and servicing the fireplaces and chimneys of our neighbors. Through our travels, we’ve been lucky enough to get to know the wonderful cities and towns of Michigan, and we’re excited to share what we’ve discovered with you! If you haven’t been to Lansing, Michigan, you’re missing out!

The Great Outdoors

As the Capital City of Michigan, it’s no wonder there is so much to do in Lansing. Just under two hours away from Detroit, Lansing sits on the Grand River and boasts scenic biking and hiking trails. Or bring your boat and rent a boat slip. Whether you’re a resident or not, you can enjoy the beautiful Grand River from April to December.

Shop ‘Til You Drop

Between the Eastwood Towne Center, the Lansing Mall and the Frandor Center, you’re bound to get your fill of shopping. And when your arms need a break from carrying all the bags, there are plenty of delicious restaurants to choose from.

The Lansing City Market

Take a stroll by the river and visit the historic Lansing City Market in downtown Lansing. Vendors in the market offer handmade pieces, fresh fruits and vegetables, and more. And the best part is you’ll get to meet the people that make Lansing what it is.

Check Out The Mid Michigan Family Theatre!

For only $7.00 per adult or student, and only $5.00 per preschooler, you can see a 7PM Friday show or a 3PM Saturday or Sunday show at the Mid Michigan Family Theatre. Interested in acting yourself? The theatre also offers classes and camps, and regularly holds auditions. Whether you love the stage or you love center stage, be sure to check out the upcoming shows at http://www.freewebs.com/midmichfamilytheatre/.

Concerts, Baseball, & More!

From festivals and baseball to outdoor movies, Cooley Law School Stadium always has something exciting going on. To see the schedule, check out http://www.milb.com.

Lansing, Michigian – Where The Small Town Meets The Big City

While Lansing offers the shopping, dining and nightlife of a big city, it also has a small town charm and sense of community. With neighborhood organizations, park organizations, and a pledge to live green, the people of Lansing are dedicated to keeping the city safe and beautiful.

See The Wild

Love animals? See the otter pups and the rest of the wildlife at the Potter Park Zoo. Students grades 1-12 can even sign up for Summer Day Camp, where they’ll learn about wildlife the fun, hands-on way!

History Lesson

Originally occupied by Native Americans, Lansing went on to become the capital of Michigan in 1847, and has continuously grown ever since. For a trip through time, check out one of the many museums Lansing has to offer.

Visit Lansing, Today!

If you haven’t been to Lansing, what are you waiting for? Plan a trip and find out why Lansing was given the “Five Star Quality of Life Quotient” by Expansion Management magazine. To start planning your trip, check out www.lansingmi.gov.