Visit the Transportation Museum and learn about the contribution of Ransom E. Olds to the automobile and transportation industry in Lansing. Animal-lovers must visit the Potter Park Zoo that houses about 100 species of animals in a natural environment with a special display on Michigan animals.
Those who have a penchant for outdoor activities, like hiking, will ... More especially enjoy Rose Lake Wildlife Research Centre, a 3000-acre woods and marsh area, accessible through a hiking trail. One can also enjoy nature trails at the Sanford Natural Area and Baker Woodlot.
Lansing boasts of a very active cultural scene with several festivals hosted throughout the year, like the East Lansing Film Festival and Lansing Jazz Festival.
The city lies at the junction of the Grand River and the Red Cedar. Lansing experiences a continental climate as well as a semi-marine climate. The average annual temperature of the city is 9°C. The average temperature in January is –5°C while the mean temperature in July is 21°C. Lansing is prone to tornadoes and occasionally has thunderstorms and windstorms.
The population of the city is 119,100 approximately. Formerly ... More known for its automobile industry, the city is now seeing an increase in the number of technology companies, especially information technology and biotechnology. Michigan State University is one of the leading employers in the state.
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