Convention and Visitors Bureau

The Convention and Visitors Bureau is part of the Lansing Community and Economic Development Department. The Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau focuses on attracting visitors to the city and also coordinates city events, oversees the Lansing Historical Museum, works with the Lansing Historical Society and provides information through the Lansing Connection and LGTV-Channel 2 - Lansing's Government Access Television.


City events in Lansing are always well attended and enjoyed by all. The city hosts Brew, Blues and Bar-B-Q / Lansing DAZE during the first weekend in May. This event includes a KCBS-sanctioned barbecue competition, Blues bands, inflatables for the kids, car show, quilt show and crafts booths.

The city also hosts an annual Independence celebration with a large fireworks display on or around the 4th of July. The display is coordinated to music and takes place at Kenneth W. Bernard Community Park, located about 2.5 miles west of the 4-H Road / K-7 intersection.

In October, Lansing's Fall Festival (formerly Autumn in the Grove) takes place along Angel Falls Trail near St. Francis de Sales Church where numerous booths are placed along the Trail. The booths host games and entertainment for children, crafts displays and food/drink vendors. Music is also part of the festivities, which run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The city of Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau is affiliated with:
  • The Lansing Historical Society
  • Kansas City Regional Destination Alliance
  • Kansas Museums Association
  • The Travel Industry Association of Kansas