The Granada, at 1020 Mass., is one of the most popular nightclubs downtown.
Trinity Episcopal Church, 1011 Vermont Street. Consecrated in 1859, this is one of Lawrence's oldest churches.
The Douglas County Courthouse, 1100 Mass. The building was dedicated in January 1905.
PepperJax Grill, 947 New Hampshire, Suite 120. The grill stays open until 3 a.m. on weekend nights to cater to the nightclub patrons. The restaurant is one of several business in an office suite attached to the parking garage which serves the downtown area.
The Lawrence Arts Center, 940 New Hampshire, which offers art classes, galleries, and space for theatre and music performances.
Weaver's Department Store, 901 Mass. Weaver's has had a store in Lawrence since at least 1898.
The north side of 9th Street between Massachusetts and New Hampsire streets. Popular hang-outs include the Bourgeois Pig, left, and Z's Espresso, center.
Italian restaurant Teller's, at 746 Mass. The building was one of Lawrence's oldest banks, and there are still touches of this history in the dining area.
The World Company's NewsCenter, 645 New Hampshire. The World Company owns and publishes the Lawrence Journal-World, cable channel 6, cable and digital media providers Sunflower Broadband, and operates the award-winning websites <a href="http://www.ljworld.com">LJWorld.com</a>, <a href="http://www.kusports.com">KUSports.com</a> and <a href="http://www.lawrence.com">Lawrence.com</a>.
The Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vermont. The library has a diverse selection of books and other media, and offers free internet access to patrons.
Liberty Hall, 644 Mass. The building has a rich 142-year history as a popular venue for events.