Glendale in Los Angeles County, California, is the 22nd largest city in the state, being home to more than 196,000 people. Glendale lies at the juncture of two large valleys – the San Fernando and the San Gabriel Valleys – and boasts an ideal climate as well as a picturesque location, thus its nickname, The Jewel City. Find out if the city lives up to this name by getting on a charter bus in Glendale, California.
Start your tour by exploring Downtown Glendale. The district has everything, from history, to culture, to entertainment, to dining, to shopping. You can catch live performances and concerts in theatres like the Glendale Centre Theatre, the Alex Theatre, and Beyond the Stars Palace. You can watch the latest flicks in movie houses like MGN Five Star Cinema. You can catch art at MK Art and Roslin Art Gallery. And you can do some shopping at Glendale Galleria or The Americana Brand. You can also visit any of the city's nightlife venues if you want a drink or if you want to dance away. There's 103 Lounge, Giggles Night Club, Jax Bar & Grill, Tavern on Brand, The Famous, The Moose Den, and many more! Just make sure you have a charter bus in Glendale, California if you decide to have a fun night out in town with friends so you wouldn't have to worry about drinking and driving.
Glendale offers you the best of nature with places like Deukmejian Wilderness Park, Mount Gleason, and Glendale Narrows Riverwalk. The city also has parks with various amenities, like playgrounds, picnic shelters, sports fields and courts, and trails. These parks include:
You can also hop on a charter bus in Glendale, California and head to the beautiful Brand Park and check out the Brand Library and Art Center. The art center has an extensive art collection and lots of books on various subjects. Next door is the Japanese Garden, and there are some back trails that lead up the mountains for a splendid view of the city. You can also check out the magnificent Victorian-style Nell Shipman/Doctor's House, which derived its name from four doctors and their families who had lived in this house in succession during the city's early history.
You may also want to visit the historical Forest Lawn Memorial Park, where many of the local celebrities are buried, and where you can see lovely sculptures on the grounds and a museum. Another historical venue is the Parish Church of St. Mark.
If you would like to tee off, the city has golf courses you can go to. There's the Scholl Canyon Golf and Tennis Club, the Chevy Chase Country Club, and Oakmont Country Club.