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The Greater Lansing area wants you to be healthy and safe while visiting. Our hotels, restaurants and attractions have taken the Greater Lansing Safe Pledge for your health and well being. Please visit our Safe Pledge page for details.

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Heritage Hall to Open July 5, 2022

LANSING, Mich. — After about 2.5 years of construction at the Michigan state Capitol, Heritage Hall is almost finished. The completely new 40,000 square-foot underground building at the Capitol…

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GLCVB Welcomes New Staff

LANSING, Mich.-- The Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau (GLCVB) is pleased to announce its hiring of Amie Lucas as Manager, Digital Marketing and Content. She will be joining the Marketing…

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East Lansing Opens Outdoor Dining District

East Lansing City Council Approves New Measures to Support Economic Recovery Efforts for Restaurants UPDATE 08/11/2020: The open-air dining locations have been discontinued for the year. For more…

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Greater Lansing Celebrates April as Autism Awareness Month

Plan Your Trip to the Most Sensory-friendly City in Michigan! LANSING, Mich.— The Greater Lansing region prides itself on being a welcoming community and it is our goal to provide the best experience to all guests that visit. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 1 in 59 children are diagnosed on the autism spectrum. Therefore, in 2017 the Greater Lansing Convention & Visitors Bureau began a collaboration with regional attractions to provide a supportive and welcoming environment for those with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), developmental disabilities, sensory processing disorder, and other neuro-diverse individuals and their families. Multiple attractions have joined the partnership including: Impression 5 Science Center, Celebration Cinema, MSU’s Abrams Planetarium, MSU Museum, Potter Park Zoo, Michigan History Center, State Capitol Building, Lansing Art Gallery, the Lansing Lugnuts, Preuss Pets and the Wharton Center for Performing Arts…

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