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Have a Great Vacation on a Bus Rental and Charter in Kansas

Get on a bus rental and charter in Kansas and discover the little gems that make travel here so great!

Kansas, USA

Named after the Native American tribe that inhabited the area, Kansas is home to close to 3 million people.

Travelers here fall in love with the hidden gems that they find in their travels. In fact, itineraries here are almost always discarded or at the very least derailed by pleasant surprises.

And this is why you should get on a bus rental and charter in Kansas to make sure that you can fully experience the Sunflower State.

BusRental.com takes you anywhere in Kansas!

Whether you have a big group or a small one, BusRental.com can provide you with the right-sized buses. We have 24-passenger bus rentals, 49-passenger bus rentals, and 56-passenger bus rentals to accommodate your group!

Memorable attractions and beautiful scenery on a bus rental and charter in Kansas

Kansas might not be the first place you think of when you say vacations and getaways, but after looking at the national parks and historic attractions it offers, you will sure change your mind. And when you do get a bus rental in Kansas from BusRental.com to help keep things comfortable and convenient.

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Traveling in Kansas is affordable, especially when you rent a bus from BusRental.com to ride on. One of the things you should not miss while in Kansas is visit a water park.

Five of the best water parks in the state are:

  • Kenwood Cove Aquatic Park (701 Kenwood Park Drive in Salina, KS 67401)
  • Rock River Rapids (1900 E. James St. in Derby, KS 67037)
  • Schlitterbahn (9400 State Ave. in Kansas City, KS 66112)
  • McPherson Water Park (511 Lakeside Drive in McPherson, KS 67460)
  • Great Wolf Lodge (10401 Cabela Drive in Kansas City, KS 66111)

Arts & Culture

Kansas Arts and Culture

The arts is alive and well no matter where you go in Kansas. Here, you can get anything from public art to performance art to fine art and everything in between.

You can go to the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art (Overland Park, KS 66210) which is housed inside a highly acclaimed minimalist building. The Nerman Museum has great exhibits featuring the works of internationally known artists, as well as regional greats.

Mulvane Art Museum (Topeka, KS 66621) is one of the oldest art museums in the area. It is where you could see huge installations, and more than 4,000 pieces in the permanent collection.

American Indian Art Center (Abilene, KS 67410) is the only fine art center that is focused on Native American art. Salina Symphony, on the other hand, plays music written by the great composers of various eras at the Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts (Salina, KS 67401).

Further, you have the Baker Arts Center (Liberal, KS 67901) featuring free workshops, exhibits and events.

  • Gordon Parks Center for Culture and Diversity (Fort Scott, Kansas 66701)
  • C. L. Hoover Opera House (Junction City, KS 66441)
  • Wichita Art Museum (Wichita, KS 67203)
  • Grassroots Art Center (Lucas, KS 67648)
  • Jerry Thomas Gallery and Collection (Scott City, KS 67871)

Restaurants & Shopping

Kansas Restaurants and Shopping

When in Kansas, it would be very difficult to find a city or a town without a restaurant that specializes in Kansas City-style BBQs, fried chicken and steaks. But that does not mean that these are all the things you can eat here. There are a lot of restaurants that serve ethnic dishes such as Italian, Vietnamese, Chinese, Mexican and Swedish, and always, Kansan chefs usually add in their own twists to these foods.

Some of the recommended restaurants include:

  • Swedish Crown Restaurant (Lindsborg, KS 67456)
  • Beethoven's #9 (Paola, KS 66071)
  • Pho Hoa (Garden City, KS 67846)
  • Gutierrez Cocina Mexicana (Hays, KS 67601)
  • Trail Days CafĂ© (Council Grove, KS 66846)

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Kansas Golf and Sports Venues

Avid golfers would be able to look for a challenging game amidst the state's beautiful backdrop and even more beautiful weather.

First off, go to Buffalo Dunes Golf Course where you can get a challenging and enjoyable game that is affordable. Buffalo Dunes is recognized as the top municipal golf course in Kansas by Golf Digest Magazine.

However, if you want to play at the top-ranked golf courses in the state, then you should check out:

  • Prairie Dunes Country Club, Hutchinson, KS 67502
  • Flint Hills National Golf Club, Andover, KS 67002
  • Shadow Glen Golf Club, Olathe, KS 66061
  • Kansas City Country Club, Mission Hills, KS 66208
  • Hallbrook Country Club, Leawood, KS 66211
  • Wolf Creek Golf Links, Olathe, KS 66051
  • Milburn Golf & Country Club, Overland Park, KS 66204
  • Colbert Hills Golf Course, Manhattan, KS 66503
  • The Golf Club at Southwind, Garden City, KS 67846
  • Sand Creek Station, Golf Course Newton, KS 67114

Kansas also has sports teams in soccer, baseball, football, and ice hockey. You can catch one of these teams when they play at some of the best sporting venues in the state, including the Rathert Stadium, Bill Snyder Family Museum, and Intrust Arena.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Kansas Historical Sites and Landmarks

Brown v. Board Of Education National Historic Site (Topeka, KS 66612) has a very curious name, but it would make sense once you know what the court case was all about: the landmark decision of the U.S. Supreme Court to end all racial segregation in public schools in May 1954. The park, which features the Monroe Elementary School, had close to 17,000 visitors in 2011.

Meanwhile, there are five different trails that pass through Kansas:

  • California National Historic Trail
  • Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail
  • Oregon National Historic Trail
  • Pony Express National Historic Trail
  • Santa Fe National Historic Trail

On top of these trails, you can also visit:

  • Fort Larned National Historic Site (Larned, KS 67550)
  • Fort Scott National Historic Site (Fort Scott, KS 66701)
  • Nicodemus National Historic Site (Bogue, KS 67625)
  • Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve (Strong City, KS 66869)

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Kansas Parks and Outdoor Activities

Almost every visitor to Kansas knows about El Dorado State Park (El Dorado, KS 67042), where you could camp in one of the area's more than 1,000 campsites.

It also has shelter houses, swimming beaches, an amphitheater, a marina and cabins. What's more, it has a varied wildlife for you to enjoy.

Aside from this, you also have Lovewell State Park (Webber, KS 66970), Prairie Dog State Park (Norton, KS 67654), Meade State Park (Plains, KS 67869) and Tuttle Creek State Park (Manhattan, KS 66502).

Camping and hiking aficionados would love the Cedar Bluff State Park (Ellis, KS 67637), Kanopolis State Park (Marquette, KS 67464), Fall River State Park (Toronto, KS 66777), Perry State Park (Ozawkie, KS 66070), and Webster State Park (Stockton, KS 67669).

Want to go hunting or fishing? Then you can choose from the following:

  • Clinton State Park (Lawrence, KS 66049)
  • Pomona State Park (Vassar, KS 66543)
  • Glen Elder State Park (Glen Elder, KS 67446)
  • Hillsdale State Park (Paola, KS 66071)
  • Eisenhower State Park (Osage City, KS 66523)

Other outdoor activities you could do in Kansas include biking, boating, golf and swimming.

But for family fun and kid-friendly activities, go on a family farm or ranch. It does not matter what season it is, you will love getting the chance to pick produce, pet farm animals, as well as do other activities with the children.

For example, you can arrange a tour at Hildebrand Farms Dairy (Junction City, KS 66441), where you can drink fresh milk and enjoy soft-serve ice cream. There is also Walters' Pumpkin Patch (Burns, KS 66840), where visitors can get on a hay wagon and pick pumpkins on their own.

Other farms and ranches that you can visit include Hedrick's Exotic Animal Farm Bed & Breakfast (Nickerson, KS 67561), Duff's Buffalo Ranch (Scott City, KS 67871), and Louisburg Cider Mill (Louisburg, KS 66053).

Zoos & Aquariums

Kansas Zoos and Aquariums

With 13 zoos in the whole state, tourists and residents can have their pick if they want to get up close to animals. These zoos could be privately owned or they could be publicly funded zoos.

However, if you want to tour the largest or the more notable zoos in Kansas, go to:

  • Sedgwick County Zoo (Wichita, KS 67212), which is the largest zoo in the state with more than 2,500 creatures from close to 500 species.
  • Lee Richardson Zoo (Garden City, KS 67846), with more than 100 species and 300 animals.
  • Prairie Park Nature Center (Lawrence, KS 66046), where you could see an extensive collection of birds, reptiles, fish, small mammals, insects, amphibians and plants.
  • Sunset Zoo (Manhattan, KS 66502), which is one of the most well-known zoos in the state.
  • Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead (Overland Park, KS 66221), which spans 12 acres of land and is where you could pet certain animals and see gardens and birds of prey.
  • The Zoo at Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure (Salina, KS 67401)
  • The Kansas Fishes Exhibit (Salina, KS. 67401), which is the biggest aquarium in the state.
  • Topeka Zoo (Topeka, KS 66606), where you have a lot of animals in spacious enclosures, including Sumatran tigers and leopards.

Other zoos are more specialized, such as the Insect Zoo (Manhattan, KS 66506), which focuses on both live and fossilized insects, while the Eagle Valley Raptor Center (Cheney, KS 67025) promotes the conservation of birds of prey. Lastly, the Tanganyika Wildlife Park (Goddard, KS 67052) exists to save endangered species.

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