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Tour and Taste Top Lansing Breweries

November 13th, 2020 by Corey A. Edwards

discover Lansing breweriesIf you’re a fan of fresh and unique, regional craft beers then you’re going to love the Lansing-area beer scene. The number and variety of Lansing breweries is enough to excite any beer lover and the location of our Lansing-area inn makes visiting them a snap!

The craft beer explosion that washed over the country has seen beer ascending to a position once inhabited primarily by wine. Beer tourism, beer tastings, brewery tours, and even beer collecting and trading have exploded.

Not only is trying new beers fun and exciting, doing so gives you a real taste of a region. Not just through the beer but also through the people you meet and the sights you see.

Our Eaton Rapids inn, restaurant, and pub is less than a half-hour’s drive from Lansing. This puts all the best of the city at your fingertips while providing you with a quiet and comfortable retreat to return to.

So come along with me as we highlight some of the top Lansing breweries!

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Potter Park Zoo – Not Your Typical Zoo

September 6th, 2020 by Corey A. Edwards

Potter Park Zoo MandrillAnimal lovers and anyone looking for a fun time out will enjoy visiting Potter Park Zoo in Lansing, Michigan. Not only is it just 20 minutes from The English Inn, it’s also not your typical zoo!

Beautifully landscaped Potter Park Zoo is nestled in an old oak forest along the Red Cedar River, in the heart of Michigan’s Capital City. The 100-acre park, gardens, and zoo opened in 1920 and are home to nearly 600 animals, representing well over 160 different species.

Visitors are treated to African lions, Amur tigers, snow leopards, black rhinos, meerkats, lemurs, mandrills, and a great many others. With such a variety of residents, there is always something new and exciting to see at the zoo. More than at your average zoo, in fact.

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Step Back In Time At Meridian Historical Village

April 13th, 2019 by Corey A. Edwards

Meridian Historical VillageMeridian Historical Village, located in Okemos, MI’s Central Park, offers a free window to the past through seven restored historical buildings and a variety of special events.

If you’re looking for an escape from the world of hustle and bustle, you’ve come to the right place. The historic English Inn Restaurant and Pub, located in Eaton Rapids, MI, is exactly that and so much more. The old world flavor of the Medovue Estate, which serves as our home along the Grand River, offers peace and refined relaxation.

Just 30 minutes northeast of the English Inn’s borders, however, there is another place where time seems to stand still: Meridian Historical Village.

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Potter Park Zoo 2018 Wonderland of Lights and Winter Wine & Stein

November 16th, 2018 by Corey A. Edwards

Potter Park Zoo 2018 Wonderland of Lights and Wine & Stein 2018Lansing’s Potter Park Zoo is always good for a visit – but during the holiday season it really shines. In fact, the zoo’s annual Wonderland of Lights and Winter Wine & Stein events have become a part of the area’s holiday traditions.

The Lansing area hosts a number of popular, annual holiday events – Silver Bells in the City, Winter Glow, and Christmas at Meridian Historical Village, to name just a few.

Two popular events that help to make the Lansing holiday season bright every year are held at Potter Park Zoo. Actually, the zoo hosts numerous special events throughout the year.

Potter Park Zoo

1301 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Lansing, MI 48912
Potter Park Zoo is home to more than 500 animals from 160 different species, many of which are threatened or endangered. Their population includes African lions, Amur tigers, snow leopards, black rhinos, meerkats, lemurs, mandrills and more. The zoo opened in the 1920’s and has been wowing visitors ever since.

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