With more than 70,000 residents, Plymouth is Minnesota's seventh biggest city. Get on a charter bus in Plymouth, Minnesota and explore the city today.
A charter bus in Plymouth, Minnesota helps you have a memorable trip to these places:
Check out who's performing at the Hilde Performance Center. The open-air stage is where the Music in Plymouth annual event is held, and it is the venue of the city's summer concerts series as well as of other special events. You can also head out to the Plymouth Creek Center for educational and cultural events. Or you can catch the Plymouth Playhouse perform new musical comedies, which it is very well-known for. The playhouse, located at the Best Western Kelly Inn, accommodates a little over 200 people in the audience.
The Eagle Lake Golf Center is an 18-hole course that has 1,785 yards at the longest tees. It has a par of 31 and was designed by Joel Walters. The course first opened in 2001. You can also play golf at Hollydale Golf Course, which has a par of 71 and has 18 holes. The course, designed by Bill Deziel and Mike Johansen, was first opened in the 1960s and has a course rating of 70.0 and a 121 slope rating.
You can go to the Plymouth Ice Center to skate on two professional and one Olympic-sized ice sheets. This is where the Wayzata High School and Providence Academy hockey teams play their home games.
Visit the Plymouth Historical Society to learn more about the city's colorful past and the group's work in preserving the city's history. The society is housed inside the Old Town Hall, which was built in the 1880s.
Then you should visit the city's many historic sites. These include old churches such as Mount Olivet Chapel, which was built in the 1880s; St. Joseph's Church, which was built in the 1870s and is where Anthony LeCounte, one of the earliest settlers in the area, is buried; the Messiah Methodist Church; and St. Mary's of the Lake Church.
Then check out Mission Farms, which was founded in the 1920s and was subsequently used as a Church Conference Center with accommodations. Other sites that you could visit include the Gilfillan House, the Old Log Cabin, and several former store buildings. Check out these locations when you visit the historical society.
The city has rolling terrains and lakes that you could enjoy, and there are more than 144 miles of trails, as well as 1,700 acres of park lands for you to enjoy here.
You can check out the many events at the Millennium Garden, which also features flower gardens, fountains, walkways, trails, open spaces and a labyrinth. You can also visit the almost four dozen smaller school and neighborhood parks. Then visit the nine community playfields that are used for various sports and athletic programs, such as the playfields at Bass Lake, Elm Creek, Greenwood, Oakwood, Parkers Lake, Plymouth, Plymouth Creek, Ridgemount, and Zachary. You can also check out any of the more than 40 school and neighborhood parks in the city.
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