1. Angel Falls Trail
A beautiful little waterfall cloaked in tranquil woodland along Sevenmile Creek is easy to miss from the road in Lansing.
2. Village West
A massive entertainment, dining, and retail development sprouted around ten minutes southeast of Lansing in the early 2000s.
3. Lansing Historical Museum
The relocated Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Train depot is located next to the Fire District No.1 Fire Station on the former front lawn of the state penitentiary (1887).
4. C.W. Parker Carousel Museum
Charles Wallace Parker (1864-1932), a carousel builder, relocated his carousel manufacturing company from Abilene, Texas, to nearby Leavenworth in the early 1910s.
5. Fort Leavenworth
The second-oldest active United States Army base west of Washington, D.C., was built in 1827 and is about 15 minutes north of Lansing. It's a must-see if you're in the area.
6. Buffalo Soldier Memorial Park
Fort Leavenworth served as a base for African-American soldiers of the United States Army's 10th Cavalry Regiment, one of six all-black regiments formed after the Civil War.
7. Kenneth W. Bernard Community Park
This brand-new park was created a few years ago in the southwest of the city, and phase one was finished as of the time of writing.
8. Chapel of the Veteran
This structure is one of the eight wonders of Kansas architecture, according to the Kansas Sampler Foundation.
9. Lakeside Speedway
This high-banked, 4/10-mile dirt track on the outskirts of Kansas City offers high-speed action on a smaller scale, a little closer to Lansing.
10. Falcon Lakes Golf Club
A few minutes south of Lansing in Basehor is one of the best public golf courses in the KC area.
Wyandotte County Lake Park
Wyandotte County Lake, a 400-acre reservoir built by the Works Progress Administration in the 1930s, is a magnificent natural location not far from Lansing (WPA).
12. City Park
This park, which has several fields for child baseball, is located on the east side of Lansing, beside Sevenmile Creek. It is mostly renowned for its baseball facilities.
13. Wyandotte County Fair
fair in the Kansas City area will be right at your fingers in July thanks to Wyandotte County's fairgrounds, which border Lansing to the south.
Independence Days Celebrationab
Every year, from noon till dusk, Bernard Park serves as the focal point for the Independence Days celebration in Lansing.
15. Fall Festival
For everyone, especially young children, this is a daylong treat. A petting zoo, inflatables, and a pumpkin-crafting station are available for children.