The Greater Lansing area offers many exciting opportunities for you and your family to explore our culture and creativity.
The region is a hot spot for creative energy, and visitors have their pick of innovative art galleries, talented local theater groups and top notch music acts. An endless number of offerings will please any theatergoer, art aficionado or museum maven in your group.
No visit to Michigan`s Capital City is complete without a tour of the magnificent Capitol building. Lovingly restored to its Victorian grandeur, it must be seen to be truly appreciated. Continue your travels with a quick stroll down Capitol Avenue to Museum Drive where the Impression Five Science Center offers fun, interactive exhibits to help kids learn through active participation.
Breckenridge is a 149-year-old quaint Victorian town in the heart of the Colorado Rockies. As one of the nation?s premier year-round resorts, Breckenridge has an incredible selection of recreational activities. Breckenridge Central Reservations offers the widest variety of lodging options with local experts to guide you.
Indianapolis is commonly referred to as the Crossroads of America and is easily accessible from a wide variety of locations, with many interstate highways bisecting our city. Not only that, but half the nation’s population is within a day’s drive, which makes traveling to Indy by car an attractive option for many. If flying is more your speed, the Indianapolis International Airport offers travel on 11 airlines and nonstop and direct flights to 39 destinations. And it’s only a short 15-minute drive to the heart of downtown.
If you’ve visited Cleveland, you know this region has a vibrant arts scene with incredible theatre, a world-renowned orchestra, opera, art museums, independent film and more. You know we are a major sports town, rooting for our baseball, hockey, football and basketball teams all year long. You know we are located on Lake Erie and surrounded by scenic park systems offering excellent opportunities to bike, hike, kayak, fish, sail and more.
If you’ve visited Cleveland you know we are a friendly city, welcoming more than 117 ethnicities and celebrating our rich heritage with family picnics, neighborhood festivals, gallery exhibits and pride parades. You know we are proud of the part we played in rock history and we continue that legacy through an abundance of live music clubs and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum. You also know we have a diverse culinary scene offering everything from pierogi and walleye to gourmet four-diamond dining.
If you’ve visited Cleveland, you know we are affordable – rated in Tripadvisor.com’s Top 10 Value Destinations in 2006, in fact. You also know we are conveniently located within 500 miles of 43% of the US population and an easy drive of Amish Country, two major amusement parks and Lake Erie island fun.
If you haven’t visited Cleveland, what are you waiting for? We have it all together . . . just add you!
In Greater Phoenix, you’ll find everything from world-class hotels and resorts and fine dining to exhilarating adventure, breath-taking golf courses, trendy shopping, modern nightlife and enriching culture. Whether you are planning a trip to Phoenix for business or pleasure, or even looking to move here, the Greater Phoenix Convention & Visitors Bureau is here to assist you.
Visitors are drawn to Ann Arbor for its eclectic urban setting and acres of parks and trees. This unique contrast offers something for everyone.
The cosmopolitan college town boasts fine to casual dining and world-class shopping in nationally known stores and boutiques with local flair. Action-packed sporting events come courtesy of the University of Michigan ? as well as 147 city parks, seven golf courses and endless trails. Cultural experiences, including museums, galleries and performing arts centers, make Ann Arbor a destination for arts aficionados of any age.
Whatever it is you?re looking for ? family recreation, the perfect gift, breathtaking scenery or even just unabashed fun ? you?ll find it in Ann Arbor.
Located along the river where the desert meets the Rocky Mountains, Boise is one of America’s most livable and likable cities. With a population of 211,000, Boise offers the culture and entertainment of a large urban area in a place that feels a little like everyone’s hometown. In fact, several Fortune 500 companies call Boise home. Quality of life is high and residents and visitors alike enjoy the unique blend of natural beauty and urban comforts. Boise is located on a high desert plain and has a surprisingly mild climate. The city sees very little rain or snow – an average of 12 inches each per year – and the moderate temperatures and low humidity make it the perfect place to play year-round.
Far and away the most exciting city in Florida, MIAMI is a stunning and often intoxicatingly beautiful place. Awash with sunlight-intensified natural colors, there are moments ? when the neon-flashed South Beach skyline glows in the warm night and the palm trees sway in the breeze ? when a better-looking city is hard to imagine. Even so, people, not climate or landscape, are what make Miami unique. Half of the two million population is Hispanic, the vast majority Cubans.