Haslett is an unincorporated community in Ingham County in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is a census-designated place (CDP) used for statistical purposes. The population was 19,220 at the 2010 census, up from 11,283 at the 2000 census, when the CDP had one-half the area that it did in 2010. Though it has its own school district and post office (ZIP code 48840), Haslett is administered by Meridian Charter Township as the local government unit. Downtown Haslett is located near the intersection of Haslett and Marsh roads.
Restaurants in Haslett
5 based on 296 reviews
MSU's huge country-like campus offers a lovely setting for running, biking or just hanging out, and also has places to visit, like the Beal Botanical Gardens, Sanford Natural Area, the 70,000-capacity Spartan football stadium, an art center, planetarium and, of course, the MSU Dairy Store for ice cream.
Anytime I have friends and loved ones from out of state, they want to see the updates at Michigan State University. The campus is designed with the walking student to classes in mind. Don't forget to tour the farms attached too. Even check out the Student Union is a must.
4 based on 25 reviews
Don't judge a book by its cover...even though it looks like your pulling up to the neighbour's, don't let that stop you. This winery is great!!! The tasting was only 5 for $5, and everything I tried was really good. I walked out of there with 4 bottles and feeling very satisfied with my decision to swing in.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Meridian Historical Village is a well put together collection of the way life was during the early years of Meridian. The docents are quite knowledgeable. Visit on a Saturday during the summer months between 9 and 2 while the fabulous Meridian Farmer's Market is happening. The Farmer's Market has expanded right up to the village entrance.
4.5 based on 285 reviews
Designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1992, this building has served as Michigan's seat of state government since its completion in 1879.
This is one of the better marketed Capitols we have visited. We toured the building with a 3rd grade class and found it educational and entertaining. We appreciated learning more about the Capitol. It was great to learn that one of Michigan's favorite governors, Austin Blair, was an abolitionist.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
This location may be best known for its summertime music fests. Friday evenings feature bands from local (within 40-50 miles) with music varying from big band, rock, blues, patriotic, bluegrass, and Irish step dancing. Local restsurants are a great place to start the evening, and ice cream places nearby are excellent places to complete it.
The park is very well setup for kids too. Inflatable slides, a playground, and bigwheel trikes serve them well. Popcorn and hotdogs are available too.
All in all, it is a pleasant place. Very Midwest, small town, Americana.
4.5 based on 162 reviews
Interactive museum engages all five senses in the exploration, understanding and appreciation of the wonders of physical science.
Fun place for the family. Definitely happy we took the time to visit this Center. We were able to use our membership to recieve reciprocity access and enjoyed ourselves.
3.5 based on 11 reviews
Lovely view of Lake Lansing and the park. Great place to meet friends for a drink on a nice sunny day. Like the grouper sandwich and the pizza. Grinders are huge. Kids love the video games so bring quarters.
3.5 based on 25 reviews
Meridian Mall is located in Okemos, MI, on the east side of Lansing. Shop stores such as JCPenney, Macy's, Old Navy, Victoria's Secret or Younkers; grab a bite at the food court: or catch a movie.
This is a nice place for shopping. All the favotite stores are there. Imenjoymwalking round during rainy days. But it does not have a Starbucks outlet
4.5 based on 59 reviews
Renovations keep making this venue better and better.
It's easy to get around inside. There are many food choices.
I love our West Upper Deck seats. Lines of vision are great.
There are multiple large bathrooms and several concession stands with a few free standing food options. Take the ramp instead of the stairs, though. It's a long way up.
4.5 based on 67 reviews
This was my first time at the Wharton Center for Performing Arts on the campus of MSU. It is a large auditorium with a large main floor and balcony. I has no center aisles, like a few other venues I have attended and it makes it quite annoying for someone 45 seats or more over to keep passing in front of you. The acoustics are good but you are a long long way from the stage if you are in the balcony. That is why they rent binoculars in the lobby. The parking structure is attached to the venue and parking is $5.00 so that's not bad. The production of "Beautiful" was excellent. Just remember to bring the binoculars if you are upstairs or in the back of the main floor.
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