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Check Out Larryville with a Charter Bus in Lawrence, Kansas

Clinton Lake in Lawrence, Kansas

Lawrence is the sixth biggest city in Kansas with around 88,000 people calling it home. It is where the University of Kansas and the Haskell Indian Nations University are located, as well as several attractions that you would enjoy. Why not get on a charter bus in Lawrence, Kansas and tour the city?

A charter bus in Lawrence, Kansas can help transport up to 60 people conveniently and comfortably.

Arts & Culture

With the young population of a university town, Lawrence has several arts and culture attractions. The Lawrence Arts Center, for one, holds around two dozen art exhibits every year and features modern and contemporary art. They also offer classes on different arts disciplines. The art center hosts the Free State Festival every June and it features performance shows, independent films, and outdoor art installations. You can also check out the outstanding pieces of pottery at Souper Bowl Saturday here, where you can enjoy free bread and soup while shopping for pottery created by area artists.

You should also check out the Spencer Art Museum, which has seven galleries that display some of the pieces from the museum's permanent collection. Or you can go to the Lied Center of Kansas, where you can catch Broadway shows and other theatre, dance and musical performances.

Then get more of the city's best performers at Theatre Lawrence. Volunteers put up excellent theatre shows and conduct classes for members of the community. You can also check out the city's live music scene at the Granada, where you can hear internationally and nationally known musicians. Some for the acts that have graced its stage include Weezer, Marilyn Manson, Murder by Death, Smashing Pumpkins, and John Mayer. You should also go to the Replay Lounge and the Jazzhaus.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Several golf courses are found in the city, including Eagle Bend Golf Course, Alvamar Orchards, Alvamar Country Club and Lawrence Country Club. You could also watch the University of Kansas athletic teams play, most notably the Kansas Jayhawks, who play at the Memorial Stadium. Then check out the Kaw Valley Kickball games at different venues in the city.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

The city has the Watkins Museum of History where you can find exhibits that relate to the city's past as well as that of Douglas County. You should also visit the Liberty Hall, which is built on the site of the old Bowersock Opera House in the 1910s. The small theater shows independent movies and live performances.

You should also visit the more than four dozen sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These include historic districts that you can tour on a charter bus in Lawrence, Kansas, such as East Lawrence Industrial Historic District, Lawrence's Downtown Historic District, University of Kansas East Historic District, and University of Kansas Historic District. Then there are several historically and architecturally important houses as well, including the Charles & Elizabeth Haskell French House, Double Hyperbolic Paraboloid House, Dr. Frederic D. Morse House, and Witter S. McCurdy House. Then you have three historic halls at the University of Kansas: Dyche Hall, Green Hall, and Spooner Hall. Other places you can go to are the English Lutheran Church, Lucy Hobbs Taylor Building, and St. Luke African Methodist Episcopal Church.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Check out South Park in the city's downtown area. The park dates back to the 1850s and features a gazebo, which was built in the 1910s and is where the city's band performs during summer. Aside from that, the park is an ideal place to play and relax, and several events are held here as well. It features the Roosevelt fountain, flower gardens, and picnic facilities, as well as playground equipment and benches.

Then you have the playground, softball and baseball fields, horseshoe courts, sand volleyball courts and open spaces at the 20-acre Broken Arrow Park. You can also check out the 35 acres of space at Centennial Park that features a disc golf course, a skate park, picnic shelters, play areas, and a gazebo. There are also sports courts and a sports complex at Holcom Park and Prairie Park. Burcham Park has a half-mile trail, playgrounds, and open spaces, while Clinton Lake Outlet Park has several recreational facilities. Other parks you can visit include LR Dad Perry Park, Riverfront Park, and Buford M. Watson Jr. Park.

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