Art is all around us, and the Greater Lansing area is no exception. Take a stroll through any one of these surrounding neighborhoods to see bright, colorful street art, sculptures and a plethora of galleries, theaters and cultural events. Check out the list below for our picks of what not to miss in each of Lansing’s artsy districts.

REO Town Lansing

(1 mile from Lansing State Capitol) Originally home to the R.E. Olds Motor Company, today REO Town is thriving community where people meet to create, experience, and share art, food, and culture. The renovated streetscape on Washington Avenue is now home to a dynamic and diverse community of restaurants, retail shops, and professional services.

Old Town Lansing

(1 mile from Lansing State Capitol) Old Town is Lansing's original downtown and boutique district. Known for its art and creativity, the neighborhood’s historic Victorian buildings are filled with galleries, dining, boutiques, specialty shops, parks and more. This is the place for exceptional customer service and that little something extra.

Downtown Lansing

Cube Art Sculpture at LCC

Planning a visit to one of these artsy communities? Find more information about Lansing’s ever-expanding art scene Art Aficionados.

Photography: Kevin Fowler, Beth Jespersen, James Lenon and our #lovelansing community—a special thanks for their awesome imagery and social media posts.