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Arts & Eateries
Tucked in among boutiques are a variety of galleries featuring museum-quality artwork. Find creative sculptures outdoors in Downtown Lawrence by local and regional artists along with special crafts that express heart of region. Head over to University of Kansas campus for a spin around one of its four museums, including Spencer Museum of Art; known as one of top teaching museums in nation. The restaurants and coffee shops in Lawrence are enough to tempt any palette. Relax outside for lunch on a patio and experience downtown scene while enjoying tasty treats or find a variety of fine dining options around town.
Relax At A Day Spa, Then Hit The Clubs At Night
Spoil yourself at one of Lawrence's several day spas that offer a wide selection of services to help you unwind before a night on town. Lawrence is known by some in music circles as "New Seattle," because of new talented musicians who call small town home. Downtown Lawrence is filled with lively clubs featuring a blend of music nightly.
Those who enjoy Broadway shows and live performances will find a hosts concerts, plays, dance performances and Broadway shows offered at University of Kansas Lied Center. The state-of-the-art performing arts center adds a big city touch to area with its many fabulous shows features throughout year.
B&B Or Guest Ranch?
To capture spirit of Lawrence you can stay close to action at Halcyon House Bed and Breakfast located in a restored home a few blocks from university and downtown Lawrence. If you prefer more peace and quiet try Circle S Ranch. This working guest ranch located a few minutes north of Downtown Lawrence, offer guests wide open space that make a trip to Kansas one to remember. Call 1-800-625-2839 for details on Circle S Ranch & 1-888-441-0314 for reservations at Halcyon House Bed and Breakfast.
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Melody Schubert is a travel writer who looks for the intriguing & often overlooked destinations that express the heart of a region. She writes for print & online media, and may be contacted through the Editor at www.usatravelmagazine.com.