Hop on a bus charter and rental in El Dorado, Kansas to know the fine art of living well. The city's name is Spanish for the "golden land," which must be the reason why its tagline is, "The fine art of living well."
El Dorado is a city of just 13,000 people. But there are so many things to do in the city, it's a surprise that it's thriving when there are technically less people to partake. But because of its central location, many tourists take a bus charter and rental in El Dorado, Kansas to enjoy its attractions.
It's funny that one of the entertainment venues in the city is the Central Cinema, which has about six theaters, each accommodating about 200 people. If these cinemas are packed at one time, it means that about 10 percent of the population are watching a movie.
For other forms of entertainment, El Dorado has two splash parks for family bonding.
One of the main attractions in the city is the El Dorado Main Street Sculpture Program where 16 sculptures are exhibited in public.
Local and guest artists also exhibit their artwork in two major galleries: Erman B. White Gallery and the Coutts Museum of Art.
The city's name itself already bears a Mexican influence so it's not a surprise that a number of Mexican restaurants are popular in the area such as: Fiesta Mexicana Mexican Restaurant, Playa Azul Mexican Restaurant (which is a popular chain in Kansas) and Cancun.
El Dorado knows how to balance entertainment with sports. Take that bus charter and rental in El Dorado, Kansas to check the many athletic centers in the city. Among them are: the Activity Center, BG Products Veterans Sports Complex, Central Park Baseball Diamonds, East Park Softball Diamonds, Graham Spray Park, McDonald Stadium, and Walnut River Soccer Field.
For birdie enthusiasts, the Prairie Trails Golf Course is the place to be.
There are at least three structures in El Dorado that have been entered into the National Register of Historic Places. One of which is the Butler County Courthouse, which was built in 1909.
Another historical piece of architecture in the city is the El Dorado Carnegie Library, which was built in 1912. Just six years younger is the El Dorado Missouri Pacific Depot, a former passenger train station.
The city has a number of well-maintained parks but the most popular of which is the eponymous state park. It's popular because of its camping grounds, particularly because of its proximity to El Dorado Lake.
The Coutts Museum of Art houses over 1,500 items of historical and cultural significance to El Dorado. There are paintings and other forms of art from Russia, China and France; as well as antiques originally owned by the Coutts family.
To hire that bus charter and rental in El Dorado, Kansas, call 1-866-569-2012 or get an online quote from BusRental.com.