Uncover the best things to do in Lawrence, KS

The Country Inn & Suites, Lawrence, KS lies in an urban, business-friendly neighborhood adjacent to Highway 10 and surrounded by fun things to do. The Douglas County Fairgrounds, Lawrence VenturePark, and East Hills Business Park are within walking distance, and Lawrence’s historic downtown is less than four miles away, perfect diversions once your on-site meeting has wrapped up. If you’re a prospective student, you can tour the University of Kansas and then enjoy a Jayhawks basketball game at Allen Fieldhouse, a football game at Memorial Stadium, or a track meet at Rock Chalk Park. Haskell Indian Nations University also lies less than two miles from the hotel, so you can easily explore the top-tier tribal university dedicated to serving Native American students.

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Allen Fieldhouse

2.52 mi / 4.05 km from the hotel
The Jayhawks play basketball at this iconic venue, the largest arena in Kansas and the second-largest in the Big 12 Conference.

Lawrence VenturePark

0.61 mi / 0.98 km from the hotel
Spreading across more than 200 acres, this business park offers ample space for a variety of corporations and even peaceful walking trails for employees to enjoy.

Spencer Museum of Art

2.26 mi / 3.64 km from the hotel
Located on the campus of the University of Kansas, Spencer Museum of Art features pieces from five continents, including thought-provoking contemporary works.

Baker University

11.65 mi / 18.75 km from the hotel
This Christian university is the top-ranked private college in Kansas and takes special pride in its nursing and pre-med programs.

East Hills Business Park

1.35 mi / 2.17 km from the hotel
Created by the county to promote business in Lawrence, East Hills Business Park now provides a home for many prominent companies.

Haskell Indian Nations University

1.38 mi / 2.23 km from the hotel
Haskell provides high-quality academic offerings and cultural programs designed to help Native American students receive an excellent education without sacrificing knowledge of and connection to their cultures.