Hop on a bus charter in Gardner, Kansas to get to know the city "where the trails divide." The city's motto came about because Gardner is located where the California, Santa Fe and Oregon Trails divide.
It's a pretty sleepy city, which is perfect for relaxation and to escape one's busy life in the urban center. Take that bus charter in Gardner, Kansas and understand what quiet living is all about.
This quiet city doesn't have much in terms of entertainment but it does have Toynbee's House of Horrors, which is a choice of entertainment for some people. The horror center relocated from Olathe and is now a welcome addition to the quiet city.
For a more spiritual experience, The Point at Compass Ministries features Christian music from contemporary artists.
Children, meanwhile, love the Gardner Aquatic Center, which only employs Red Cross-accredited lifeguards to make swimming a more comfortable experience for locals and residents.
Take that bus charter in Gardner, Kansas to the Gardner Historical Museum for a glimpse of the city's history. The museum showcases the growth of Gardner, from a somber town caught in the middle of trails with difficulty driving economic activities to an adjusted city surviving from good coordination among its more economically robust neighbor-cities.
Among the museum's important exhibits are the documents that shaped Gardner. Among these documents are:
The Gardner Dance Studio molds future dancers not just in Kansas but also in all of America. The studio opens its house to performances from its students.
There's not much shopping to do in Gardner but it does have Ken's Swap-n-shop, a popular flea market in Gardner because of its unique items.
Dining, however, is a different story because of the eclectic restaurants that abound in Gardner. For those craving burgers, Blazers Restaurant is the place to be. Todd's Diners have traditional American meals while La Carreta has the best Mexican food in the city. Other notable food places are: Heiwa Asian Food, Austin's Bar and Grill, and Tumblewood Saloon.
The Celebration Park and Sports Complex is a popular destination for baseball and soccer games. It also doubles as a major concert venue in Gardner. People also play baseball and softball in the Madison Playing Fields.
The city also has a couple of golf courses: Gardner Golf Course and Prairie Highlands Golf Course.
The Westside Park and Sports Complex doubles as a sports venue and a park.
Gardner take exercise seriously so it has developed a number of parks to encourage its residents to do outdoor activities. Here's a list of Gardner's parks: