Michigan State University
Planning a Visit? Welcome to Spartan Country!
There are tons of reasons to visit Michigan State University in East Lansing. Whether it's to visit your new college student, MSU graduation or to cheer the Spartans on to victory, you're probably wondering where to stay and what to do while you're in town. We compiled all the necessary resources, including nearby hotels, restaurants and attractions, to make planning your trip to East Lansing, Michigan a breeze.
- If you are planning a visit during peak times such as home football game weekends, graduation and/or move in week, be sure to book your lodging well in advance. Hotels fill up quickly!
- Celebrating MSU graduation with your Spartan grad and looking for group dining options? Find a private dining list and comprehensive group dining list.
- Need the latest info on football game day rules and parking maps? You'll find the answers here.
- Want to show your Spartan spirit? Be sure to grab your green and white gear at one of the many specialty retailers on campus or at the Student Book Store along Grand River Avenue.
- Looking for an easy way to get here from the Chicago area? Check out the Amtrak line with a convenient East Lansing station located near campus.
- If someone shouts "Go Green!" True Spartan fans know the only response is an immediate "Go White!"
Where to Eat
East Lansing is a vibrant, eclectic college town full of great dining options. From the award-winning Jolly Pumpkin Cafe, to fool-proof options like Noodles and Company, East Lansing has options to suit not just every taste, but every budget.
MSU is more than just a Big Ten university. From the exquisite gardens of the W.J. Beal Botanical Gardens to the awe-inspiring modern art of the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum...well, like we said earlier there is plenty to keep you busy right on campus.
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- MSU's campus is one of the biggest and greenest in the nation
- MSU became the first agricultural college in the United States in 1855
- The college went through five names changes before it was called Michigan State University
- Sparty is a three-time national top collegiate mascotRead Entire List of Facts About MSU
Whether you're visiting a student, coming for a game, or conducting business on campus - the list of hotels below are all located in the east side of the region. Making it convenient to get to campus and downtown East Lansing amenities.
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