Kansas Charter Bus Rentals
A Charter Bus Ride to Ride Through the Rustic Old Towns and Rising Modern Cities of Kansas
Many of Kansas’ cities are at a crossroad of the country’s future and yet still attached to its rich historic past. Stories, personal accounts, history and fabled tales about old charming towns, these are what you can anticipate from your trip to Kansas.
As vast as Kansas is, crown jewels, hidden gems, majestic and historic buildings and outdoor attractions that spans a large portion of the region dominates your sight, as far as you can see from the charter bus. Even geographically, Kansas is a diverse state. Its hilly terrains of Flint Hills to the east, Great Plains in the central part of the state, lofty Mt. Sunflower, Smoky Hills and Red Hills are sights and sites to behold. For fans of casino games and fiery car races, you won’t be disappointed either, especially with a trip to Kansas Speedway or a charter bus trip to Kennel Club. It beckons the bird-watchers with The Cheyenne Bottoms and Quivira National Wildlife Refuge and Kansas has 99 state-run wildlife areas, 4 national ones, grasslands, national preserves and up to 41 state parks! To say that Kansas is a haven for nature and outdoor lovers is, frankly, quite an understatement.
Charter Bus Trips to State Parks, Casinos and NASCAR Tracks in Kansas
Despite the sheer vastness of the city and abundance of attractions to visit in Kansas, it is not impossible to visit as many of them as your heart wishes to and this can be made possible with a US Coachways charter bus! You could be seeking out world-class entertainment and shopping destinations in Wichita, exploring insightful museums in Kansas City, bringing the kids out for a field trip or weekend outing in Topeka, learning about old school towns around Overland Park, or learning about nature and science at Lawrence Museum of Natural History, getting around in the comfort of a charter bus is the way to go.
Whatever type of trip you are having, the following cities in the state of Kansas has some of the biggest must-visit sites:
- Wichita Charter Bus — It’s easy to spend a day completely immersing in all that the quaint city of Wichita has to offer. There’s hiking, running and skating at Arkansas River Trail and an educational experience for patrons of all ages at both Mid-America All-Indian Center or the Kansas Aviation Museum. And when all’s said and done, it’s time for a day of endless shopping and dining at the heart of Old Town.
- Kansas City Charter Bus — Indoors or outdoors, Kansas City is the kind of place that has everything for everyone. Things are kicked up a few notches with a trip to Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park and Community America Ballpark where there are thrilling games and baseball. But if you would like to slow things down after a long day, head on over to Rowe Ridge Vineyard & Winery for a tasting session or bachelor/bachelorette party, or just chill out with your family over a simple picnic at Emerson Park.
- Topeka Charter Bus — While the kids are having a splendid ball with their friends at Kansas Children’s Discovery Center, the historic attractions that are housed in the original 1950s Brown vs. Board of Education National Historic Site beckons. In the meantime, the Heartland Park Topeka hosts a myriad of events all year round and it’s a great place to meet and get to know the locals.
There are places that you simply cannot take your eyes off of, and there are attractions that would take you into the wee hours of morning - that’s why Kansas has it all. From visiting charming old farms and ranches in Olathe to having a baseball camp in Lenexa, from splashing around Salina’s Kenwood Cove Water Park to taking a glimpse into both the past and the future at attractions in Shawnee. The said cities in Kansas organizes festivals and community events that are great for US Coachways newbie customers, offering them instant insights into what Kansas has to offer.
Historic Sites and Modern Amenities Coalesced to Make a Memorable Trip for All
You can use US Coachways vehicles to visit the spookiest spots, the biggest art attractions in the smallest towns, traipse through underground caves or visit Amish and Mennonite communities. So diverse are the cities in Kansas that there is no one single best way to tour the city. Here are your options.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks— Some cities in Kansas are like built-in playgrounds for kids, teens and their parents. Within a short charter bus drive away, there are water theme parks like Schlitterbahn Water Park Kansas City with the longest inner-tube ride in the Midwest, master builder classes and 4D cinema, Merlin’s Apprentice and Kingdom Quest rides at LEGOland Discovery Center, and smaller but no-less-fun theme parks like Worlds of Fun. There are also thrilling games at Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park, interactive play spaces and games at Little Monkey Bizness, Going Bonkers and affordable party venues at Powerplay. Apart from bowling parties, visitors can also opt for a classic movie-going experience at Starlite-Drive-In.
- Arts & Cultural — The vibrant art and cultural scene in downtown Wichita and Kansas City would often come as a surprise for new visitors but they, nonetheless, revel in the fact that there are local theatrical performances at Music Theater of Wichita where things are kept cool and casual, or world-renowned symphonies, operas, choirs and magnetic ensembles to catch at Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. The productions at Mosley Street Melodrama is accompanied by mouth-watering specialty cuisine and if you are an art aficionado, bring the charter bus to Wichita Art Museum or Mulvane Art Museum where there’s national and International artworks taking the spotlight, or Strawberry Hill Museum and Cultural Center to learn about the Slavic community in Kansas.
- Restaurants & Shopping — The backbone of Kansas’ tourism industry is, without a doubt, its shopping destinations. Easily indulge in budget-friendly souvenirs and local food at Kansas City Marketplace, browse through the wide range of retail outlets and food court at Old Capitol Town Center, or take your time going through one end to another of the ever-enduring historic City Market in Kansas City. And let’s not forget trying out some of Kansas’ most iconic cuisines like the delicious pork tenderloins, Midwest-inspired apple pie and Iowa Chops, and if you have the time for it, grab a Taco Pizza too!
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — The people of Kansas love their sports and you could be a part of the exhilarating fun too! Grab a drink and cheer on your favorite soccer team at Sporting Park Kansas City, get fast and furious with the motorsports activities at Kansas Speedway, roll around the the dirt and grass during the junior league baseball and softball games at Shawnee Mission School District Softball Complex, or just bring the kids out for some skating fun at Skateland Family Fun Center. For horseback riding, it would have to be a trip to Watkins Ranch.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks — There are museums featuring artifacts from various parts of the world and attractions that showcases local history and heritage. You can learn about dinosaurs, ancient civilizations and Egyptian mummies at Museum of World Treasures, explore the eye-opening military artifacts in the active airfield of Combat Air Museum, or learn about what an old rural 1800s town was like at Old Cowtown Museum. Having a field trip? Consider bringing the kids or students to either Old Quindaro Museum, Fort Riley where The Custer Home, the First Territorial Capitol and an M65 Atomic Cannon is housed, or learn about the industrial steamboat history of the Mississippi River at The Steamboat Arabia Museum.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities— Raving reviews has been posted about outdoor attractions like The Wichita Gardens’ themed gardens and the breathtaking hiking, running and biking trails of Arkansas River Trail. For the kids, there’s much to explore and learn at The Great Plains Nature Center which is a volunteer-run organization. For a relaxing evening out to catch the sunset? Head on over to erfront Park where there are annual firework displays, or Lake Shawnee in Topeka where the lake and marina has kept people of all ages enchanted.
- Zoos & Aquariums — There’s no better way to learn about animals and their habitat than visiting a local zoo or aquarium. Open up your world to animals from all over the world at Sedgwick County Zoo, explore the Prairie Thunder Railroad and its zoo at Hutchinson Zoo, or let the guides and keepers at Topeka Zoological Park introduce you to animals like gorillas and komodo dragons. When it comes to aquatic animals, the Sea Life Kansas City Aquarium never fails to deliver.
- Other Points of Interest — Kansas boasts of some of the best and most exciting festivals and community events, one of which is the Lantern Fest. With a festival pass, decorate and send off your lantern, together with hundreds of others, into the sky. It is both an exploration and interactive learning experience at Kansas Children’s Discovery Center in Topeka while the adults in your group might win the big prize or enjoy live entertainment with their friends at Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway.
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