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151 McDonald Drive, Lawrence, KS, US, 66044

  • Phone: (785) 330-7241
  • Fax: (785) 840-0757
4.5 out of 5 (216 reviews)
92% of guests recommend this hotel


»Quantrill's Raid Self-Guided Tour

Retrace this devastating Civil War raid in a thrilling tour.

North Second and Locust Street
Lawrence, Kansas 66044

»Self-Guided Tour of John Brown of Kansas

Retrace the route of John Brown of Kansas.

North Second and Locust Street
Lawrence, Kansas 66044

»Self-Guided Tour

Tour Lawrence burial sites. Historic Cemeteries Tour of Lawrence.

North Second and Locust Street
Lawrence, Kansas 66044

»Campanile Bell Tower

Visit this WWII Memorial Bell Tower which features a 53-bell carillon.

Memorial Drive
Lawrence, Kansas 66044

»Downtown Lawrence

Specialty shops, galleries, nightlife; markers on historic buildings.

Massachusetts St
Lawrence, Kansas 66044

»Downtown Lawrence Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit

Juried exhibit of local, regional, and national sculptures.

Massachutes St
Lawrence, Kansas 66044

»Old West Lawrence Historic Homes

Self-guided tour of Lawrence's finest 19th century homes.

Boundaries:Ninth, Mississippi,6th and Tennessee St
Lawrence, Kansas 66044

»Liberty Hall

Art house movies. Varied live performances.

642 Massachusetts St
Lawrence, Kansas 66044

»Free State Brewing Company

Established in 1989, Free State Brewing Company takes pride in being the first legal brewery in Kansas in the 20th Century. Located in the heart of Lawrence, this brewery may be a small scale one, but flavors of the brews crafted are so powerful, that they have bagged awards at popular events like the Great American Beer Festival. The brewery has a brewpub on site, where you can pair delicious food with freshly brewed drinks. Their early brews: Ad Astra Ale, Oatmeal Stout, Copperhead Pale Ale and Wheat State Golden, are still popular favorites.

636 Massachusetts Street
Lawrence, KS 66044


A city fuses the elements that, perhaps, make any place great, Lawrence boasts a rich history, a vibrant music scene, a flourishing arts scene, and a diverse cultural landscape. As the sixth largest city of Kansas, and the county seat of Douglas County, Lawrence also occupies a prominent position in the economical sector. Founded in 1854, the city was named after the famed anti-slavery activist and politician, Amos Adams Lawrence. Among the famous historical sites to be seen in Lawrence are the Black Jack Battlefield, Booth Family Hall of Athletics, and Freedom's Frontier National Heritage Area Exhibit. For those who do not find history as fascinating, Lawrence also boasts an equally impressive number of bars, restaurants, concert halls, and other venues, that can surely be entertaining. To know more, do call or visit the website.

Lawrence, KS

»Lawrence Arts Center

In historic Carnegie Library building; galleries, performances, and classes.

200 Ninth Street
Lawrence, Kansas 66044

»Lied Center of Kansas

World-class music, dance, and theatre await you at Lied Center.

Fifteenth and Iowa
Lawrence, Kansas 66045
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