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Discover the Princess City on a Bus Rental and Charter in Mishawaka, Indiana

Mishawaka, Indiana

Located on the St. Joseph River, Mishawaka is home to more than 48,000 people. It is called the Princess City and has several attractions that you should visit on a bus rental and Charter in Mishawaka, Indiana.

A bus rental and Charter in Mishawaka, Indiana can take you and your group to these recommended places:

Arts & Culture

Go to the Hannah Lindahl Children's Museum, where your kids can learn more about the world in the olden times. Exhibits here touch on local history and culture, nature, Japanese life and fire safety training.

Then go to the Otis R. Bowen Museum at Bethel College. The museum has artifacts and memorabilia that are related to Bowen's term at the state governor and as a secretary of health.

Restaurants & Shopping

Shop at the University Park Mall, which has more than 920,000 square feet of space, enough for at least 120 restaurants and retailers. It is anchored by Barnes & Noble, JCPenney, Macy's, and Sears. Or you could check out the local businesses in the city where you can find some of the most unique merchandise and everything you are looking for. Check out Plato's Closet, Fragrant Lane Candles, and Meijer along with other shops in the city. You can also go to Indian Ridge Plaza.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

History lovers would love to visit the Beiger Mansion, which was built in the 1900s and is now a bed and breakfast. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, along with other important houses such as Dodge House, Eller-Hosford House, Ellis-Schindler House, or Merrifield-Cass House and two historic districts (Battell Park Historic District and Normain Heights Historic District), as well as the Kamm and Schellinger Brewery and the Mishawaka Carnegie Library.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

The River St. Joseph of the Miamis Trail, or simply called the Riverwalk, connects many strategic places in the city, including Jamm Island, the Robert C. Beutter Riverfront Park, Battell Park and Central Park.

The Robert C. Beutter Park has seven acres of space and features a perennial garden and the Shards public sculpture. This is where summer concerts are usually held. Then you have Mary Gibbard Park, which has tennis, basketball and volleyball courts, sports fields, a swimming pool that has a slide that goes up 60 feet. Meanwhile, Twin Branch Park has ball diamonds, picnic facilities, playground, a splash pad, and a horseshoe pit.

You should visit the Shiojiri Niwa, a Japanese garden that commemorates the city's relationship with Shiojiri City, Japan. The garden features around two dozen varieties of large plants and more than 200 large boulders and other features that make it an ideal strolling garden. Then try to beat the heat at the Merrifield Pool.

You also have Henry Frank Park, which has a softball diamond and picnic equipment. Other parks you can go to include Ball Band Memorial, Hillis Hans Park, Immigrant Island Park, Merrifield Park, Miami "Monkey" Island, Prickett Marina Park, Twin Branch Park and Wilson Park.

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