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Rent a Bus Charter in Elkhart, Indiana and Discover the City's Best Attractions

Elkhart is home to around 51,000 people. The city is a part of the Elkhart Goshen Metropolitan Statistical Area and Elkhart County. Get on a bus charter in Elkhart, Indiana and see this beautiful city.

A bus charter in Elkhart, Indiana can take you to these places in the city.

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Check out the NIBCO Water and Ice Park where you can beat the heat at the splash pad, or skate during the winter.

Arts & Culture

See the musical performances, concerts, events and theater productions at the Lerner, which was once called the ELCO Performing Arts Center and built in the 1920s.

You could also visit the museums in Elkhart, which include:

  • The Ruthmere Museum is housed inside the mansion built by Albert R. Beardsley, a descendant of Elkhart's founder. The museum shows life in the 1900s.
  • The Midwest Museum of American Art is a must see. The museum has at least 2500 works held in its permanent collection, as well as up to ten temporary exhibits every year.
  • The National New York Central Railroad Museum, where you could learn more about the Penn Central, the New York Central, Conrail and Amtrak railroads and their history.
  • The Time Was Museum is another history museum that also depicts how people lived in the early twentieth century.

Then check out the many notable festivals in the city, including the Elkhart Jazz Festival, Rhapsody in Green, and the Elkhart Air Show.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

The city has a planned minor league baseball team in the Elkhart Miracle, which is expected to play in their own stadium in 2016. On top of that, you could play golf at Bent Oak Golf Club, Old Orchard Golf Course, Inc., or Christiana Creek Country Club.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

The city has four historic districts you could tour such as Beardsley Avenue Historic District, Elkhart Downtown Commercial Historic District, Morehouse Residential Historic District, and the State Street-Division Street Historic District. You also have houses that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including Albert R. Beardsley House, Dr. Havilah Beardsley House, Emmanuel C. Bickel House, Mark L. and Harriet E. Monteith House, Charles Gerard Conn Mansion, and William and Helen Koerting House. Other sites include Bridge Street Bridge, Green Block, Lerner Theatre, and Young Women's Christian Association.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Go to the Woodlawn Nature Center, which features 10 acres of woodlands, a natural history museum and a nature activity center. Everybody will find something interesting to see here and the exhibits focus on natural history, nature and the Earth's future. You should also check out the Linton's Enchanted Gardens where you can find unusual plant species, shrubs, trees and other plants. Wellfield Botanic Gardens is also a must-see for those who love plants, flowers and trees, as well as awesome sculptures.

Elkhart is home to close to 35 parks, skate parks, water park, greenways and river walks. Do check out the parks that are found along the RiverWalk, such as Pulaski Park, Island Park, Beardsley Park, Kardzhali Park, and Central Park.

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