Take a bus rental and charter in Newton, Kansas to see life as it should be, as the city's motto goes. See how this community of less than 20,000 people was shaped by railroads and cowboys.
In 1871, the city was known as "the wickedest city in the west" because of a bloody fight among locals, which ended with eight people dead. It became known as the Newton Massacre. But there are no remnants of that ill repute now. Take a bus rental and charter in Newton, Kansas and see how this city evolved into a peaceful city that it is now, with a few fashionable cowboys here and there.
The number of performing groups and art galleries in Newton will only show how the local government supports local artists.
Students from Bethel College perform a number of music and theater productions every year. These are performed either in school or in venues around the city. The Newton Community Children's Choir also has some scheduled concerts while the Newton Community Theatre performs plays at least once a year. Likewise, the Newton Mid-Kansas Symphony Orchestra has scheduled performances for Kansans to enjoy.
As far as art galleries go, Newton invites local, national and international artists to exhibit their works in any of these galleries: Carriage Factory Art Gallery and Robert W. Regier Gallery.
The city has two major shopping destinations: Newton Factory Outlet Stores and Layman's Antique Mall and Flea Market.
The restaurants are also exceptional in Newton. Among the top food destinations are: Reba's Restaurant, Karen's Kitchen, Druber's Donut Shop, The Breadbasket and Dickey's Barbecue Pit.
The Sand Creek Station Golf Course was once named as one of the best golf courses in America. So it is worth dropping by on board a bus charter and rental in Newton Kansas.
One of the best landmarks in Kansas is the Blue Sky Sculpture, which is a great backdrop for a photo and a wonderful scene by itself. It changes color depending on the sky's reflection.
Newton is also home to three major museums: Kansas Sports Museum, Harvey County Historical Society Library and Museum, and the Kauffman Museum.
Another landmark in the city is the Mennonite Settler statue, which stands 17 feet, built to honor the Mennonite farmers, among the first settlers of Newton.
Here's a list of Newton parks where locals and tourists can relax, picnic, or play outdoor games or sports:
The Warkentin House has become an important piece of architecture in Newton and has been entered into the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1886, the house was owned by Bernhard and Wilhelmina Warkentin.
To hire a bus rental and charter in Newton, Kansas, call 1-866-569-2012 or ask for an online quote from BusRental.com.