Lawrence is a growing city in northeast Kansas. It is home to the champion Kansas University Jayhawks and offers the best of what a college town is about. Restaurants, concerts, events and outdoor activities abound. On the University of Kansas campus, the Spencer Museum of Art has a large collection of contemporary and indigenous art. The KU Natural History Museum has dinosaur fossils, live insects and a honeybee colony. The Free State Brewery and the historic Eldridge Hotel are just two of the many landmarks in this storied town. South, sprawling Baker Wetlands is home to hundreds of bird species. West of the city, trail-lined Clinton State Park has deer, plus bass and catfish in Clinton Lake. It’s definitely worth a day trip or even could be your ideal place to live and work.
When it comes to business, The Lawrence Chamber is focused on regional economic growth and job creation through business recruitment, retention and expansion, workforce development, and support for entrepreneurs and startups.
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