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Check out the First City of Kansas on a Bus Charter in Leavenworth, Kansas

Veteran's Cemetery in Leavenworth, Kansas

The seat and largest city of Leavenworth County, Leavenworth is home to more than 35,000 people. There are a lot of attractions in the city that you can visit on a bus charter in Leavenworth, Kansas.

Getting a bus charter in Leavenworth, Kansas would ensure that you have an easy way to transport up to 60 people without any hassle and fuss.

Arts & Culture

The Richard Allen Cultural Center and Museum focuses on African American heritage and history. Housed inside the former house of Army Captain William Bly, the museum has several displays, such as photographic plate negatives, military artifacts and artifacts related to the Ku Klux Klan.

You should also check out the River City Community Players, which performs musicals and plays for its audiences all year round.

You might also want to visit the C.W. Parker Carousel Museum, which has historic carousels on display, as well as a C.W. Parker cylinder piano, and other displays.

Restaurants & Shopping

The city has a downtown shopping district that spans 28 blocks. It is a great place to buy home goods, clothes, garden accessories, clothing, jewelry and antiques. You could also check out Haymarket Square's farmers market if you are in the city from May through October.

Don't worry if you get hungry. Leavenworth has some great restaurants for you to enjoy. Some of our recommended restaurants include Baan Thai Restaurant, Excellent Choice, Pullman Place Family Restaurant, Mama Mias, and Osaka.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

With close to three dozen sites on the National Register of Historic Places, history buffs will do well to get on a bus charter in Leavenworth, Kansas and tour these sites. It is very convenient and comfortable, and is just the easiest way to travel. First off, there are several historic districts which have several historic sites that are close to each other. These districts include:

  • Arch Street Historic District
  • Leavenworth Downtown Historic District
  • Leavenworth Historic Industrial District
  • North Broadway Historic District
  • North Esplanade Historic District
  • South Esplanade Historic District
  • Third Avenue Historic District
  • Union Park Historic District

Then you also have historic houses (David J. Brewer House, David W. Powers House, Edward Carroll House, Merritt Insley House and Outbuildings, and Nathaniel H. Burt House), schools and churches (First Presbyterian Church, Hund School, North Broadway School, and Sumner Elementary School), commercial buildings (Abernathy Furniture Company Factory, Helmers Manufacturing Company Building, AXA Building, and Leavenworth Terminal Railway & Bridge Company Freight Depot), as well as others sites (Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Passenger Depot, Fort Leavenworth, Horace and Rosemond Lamborn Farmstead, Leavenworth Public Library, Old Union Depot, Quarry Creek Archeological Site, and Western Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers).

Also check out the Leavenworth County Historical Society museum.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Leavenworth has more than two dozen parks and facilities that you can go to. And check out the Riverfront Community Center, which features a pool, a cardio room and the Wollman Aquatic Center.

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