Board a bus rental and charter in Junction City, Kansas and be swallowed by a sea of green and imposing brick structures. Right smack in the middle of Kansas, Junction City boasts of a small-town atmosphere but with big city amenities.
Spin City is the main recreation center in the city. When one finds oneself in the area, ask the driver of the bus rental and charter in Junction City, Kansas to take drive you to Spin City. A good two hours inside will already make a lifetime of memories.
Spin City has a skating rink, a movie theater, a basketball court, an arcade, a dance floor with DJ station, and a snack bar.
The four-decade old Junction City Arts Council continues to thrive despite funding woes, moving into the C.L. Hoover Opera House to showcase the arts of local talents and guest artists. The C.L. Hoover Opera House's doors are open to cultural shows, performing arts, concerts, and even the Jeff Gordon Show.
Be sure to ask the driver of the bus rental and charter in Junction City, Kansas to make multiple stops in the city for a Kansan food experience. Junction City is home to an eclectic cuisine. There's the popular jerk chicken and shrimp curry in the Negril Caribbean Restaurant; biscuits and gravy in Stacy's Restaurant; burritos in Qdoba Mexican Grill; a beef bulgogi in Pusan Diner.
After filling up that tummy with sumptuous food from international cuisines, it's time to fill up that shopping bag. Gatherings on the Prairie can entice people just by its name. It's also among the most popular shopping destinations for locals that tourists should check out. For the women looking for great fashion items, the Fashion Shop is the place to be.
Junction City is not big on sports but it does have two sports venues that really matter: the Putt-A-Round Miniature Golf Course and Rathert Stadium. The latter was built in the 1930s and after a 2005 renovation, has been considered the "finest ballpark in Kansas."
What Junction City lacks in sports avenues, it makes up for its historical landmarks. A lot of the government buildings in the city were old buildings restored to withstand wear and tear but continue to look the archaic part. One perfect example is the Geary County Museum. Another is the Spring Valley Historical Site, which was formerly the Spring Valley School. The building is no longer used for classes but has been restored as a historical landmark.
The city is proud to call itself the city of parks, with a total of 19 parks under its jurisdiction. These are:
For those needing a bus rental and charter in Junction City, Kansas, just call 1-866-569-2012 or request for an online quote through BusRental.com.