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Take an Enjoyable Tour Onboard a Bus Charter in Hays, Kansas

Hays, Kansas

If the stone-work sign that greets passers-by is any indication, a tour aboard a bus charter in Hays, Kansas will be a colorful one. Hays is the largest city in northwestern Kansas but it only has a population of over 20,000.

Hop on a bus charter in Hays, Kansas for a memorable touring experience in the city that folk hero Wild Bill Hickok called home.

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

The biggest entertainment in Hays is the annual Wild West Festival, which invites artists from all over the country to perform in the city's biggest musical bonanza. Among the festival's past performers were Toby Keith, Chris Young, Hairball, Neal McCoy, just to name a few.

Arts & Culture

Hays is home to a lot of artists, ergo, a lot of art galleries are found in the city. The biggest is the Hays Arts Center Gallery, which is managed by the Hays Arts Council, which was the first organization of its kind established in Kansas. Other artworks are exhibited in: 711 Studio, The Artist at Work Studio, Bruce Burkholder Studio and Gallery, and the Dennis Schiel Studio and Gallery, among others.

Hays also has its own Hays Symphony Orchestra.

Restaurants & Shopping

Restaurants abound in Hays. But most residents in Hays boast of having a German descent, which is why the city celebrates two Oktoberfests. For the best German cuisines, ask the driver of the bus charter in Hays, Kansas to drop by either of these restaurants: Gella's Dining and LB Brewing Co., Schillechi's Bakery, and TK's Smokehaus.

Shopping destination in Hays is the Centennial Mall, which has an archaic feel to it.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Most cities always have a golf course and in Hays, these are: Fort Hays Municipal Golf Course, Rolling Hills Disc Golf Course, and Frontier Park Disc Golf Course.

For baseball, soccer, softball and basketball, people flock to the Bickle-Schmidt Sports Complex, Frank Stramel Baseball Fields, Pratt Optimist Soccer Park or the Dusty Glassman Ballfields.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

An important historical landmark in the city is the Fort Hays, originally called the Fort Fletcher, an important American frontier during the American-Indian wars. The fort is now managed by the Kansas Historical Society.

After touring the fort, find the Volga German House, located in the grounds of the Ellis County Historical House. The original settlers of Hays lived in such house, which is just 28 by 16 feet and six feet high. The house, which is now preserved for exhibition purposes, contains authentic household items from the past.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

For picnics, a game of baseball or football, or even just a leisurely walk, Hays has these places:

  • Blue Star Memorial Highway Park
  • Hickok Park
  • Rolling Hills Park
  • Seven Hills Park
  • Vineyard Road Nature Trail

Zoos and Aquariums

While not essentially a zoo, the Hays-Frontier Park Buffalo Herd is good enough for Hays. Residents still find joy seeing a buffalos interacting with nature.

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