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Rent a Bus Charter in Lancaster, California from BusRental.com

Lancaster is located in Los Angeles County, and is home to around 160,000 people. Ride a bus charter in Lancaster, California and find out what the city has to offer.

Lancaster has a strong history in aviation and it is where you should go in order to commune with nature. But first, ride a bus charter in Lancaster, California and check out the visual arts attractions here, including the Lancaster Museum of Art and History and MOAH: Cedar, which has artifacts that tell you about the history of the Antelope Valley, as well as a collection of artworks and artifacts ranging from dinosaur fossils and Egyptian mummies, to paintings by greats the likes of Rembrandt, Renoir, and Picasso. You can also go to the Antelope Valley College Art Gallery.

Get more history at the Antelope Valley Rural Museum. Or you can go to the Western Hotel Museum, the city's oldest surviving structure. After these, you can check out the aviation heritage of the city at such places as Boeing Plaza and the Milestones of Flight Air Museum. Also, be sure to go down Lancaster Boulevard and see the Aerospace Walk of Honor, which pays tribute to the test pilots of the Edwards Air Force Base. Then check out the aerospace murals in the BLVD, including those of General James H. "Jimmy" Doolittle, Brigadier General Charles E. "Chuck" Yeager, Major General Joe H. Engle, and Colonel William J. "Pete" Knight.

Then you have the performing arts groups and venues, including the Antelope Valley College Performing Arts Theatre, the Arbor Court Community Theatre, and the Lancaster Performing Arts Center.

There are also fine breweries and wineries here that you should go to. There's the Antelope Valley Winery, the AV Winegrowers Association, Cameo Ranch And Winery, Kinetic Brewing, Bravery Brewing, and Pour d' Vino.

After touring the wineries and the breweries, check out the outdoor recreation opportunities, climb mountains, or hike. There's the Prime Desert Woodland Preserve and the Saddleback Butte State Park. Speaking of parks, check out the many state, regional, city and neighborhood parks in the city as well. Some of the parks with a lot of recreational features and facilities are: American heroes Park, Deputy Pierre Baine Park, Jane Reynolds Park, Lancaster City Park, Rawley Duntley Park, Skytower Park, and Tierra Bonita Park. Then you can also play golf at Lancaster Golf Center and Rancho Sierra Golf Club. If hunting and fishing is more your thing, check out the Antelope Valley Sportsman's Club, Apollo Park and High Desert Hunt Club.

Finally, shop till you drop. You can also find great stores run by locals here that offer you unique gifts and items. You can buy a Jane Pinhero wildflower drawing, or seek out Mojave Desert products. Some of the stores you should check out here include Belladonna Gift Boutique And Tea Room, All Things Engraved, Antiques at the Barn, Charlie Brown Farms, Forge, Kiki's, On the Boulevard Antiques & Collectibles, Pns Coins & Collectibles, and Pinker's Place.

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