Get on a charter bus in St. Cloud, Minnesota and explore the city today.
A charter bus in St. Cloud, Minnesota is the best way to see the following recommended sites:
Join the Downtown St. Cloud Art Crawl, where you can attend art exhibits, meet regional artists, and buy their art. Perhaps, you could watch the Rooftop Theatre Company as they perform for visitors and locals alike. Or do check out the Paramount Theatre and Visual Arts Center, which is the premiere events, arts and entertainment venue for Central Minnesota. It has a theater that seats more than 700 people in the audience.
You could also attend a concert by the Chamber Music Society of St. Cloud or hear the Great River Chorale. Or you could watch the Minnesota Dance Ensemble as it performs jazz and modern dances, or the Pioneer Place Theatre Company, which presents seven shows every season.
Other arts and culture venues and organizations you should know about are G.L. Berg Presents, Granite City Brass Quintet, Granite City Folk Society, Minnesota Center Chorale, Multicultural Center of Central Minnesota, Riverside Art Studio & Gallery, St. Cloud All-City Marching Band, St. Cloud Area All-Star Jazz Band, St. Cloud Municipal Band, United Arts of Central Minnesota, Wicked Sister Dance Theatre, and Youth Chorale of Central Minnesota.
The city is home to several golf courses, including Angushire Golf Course, Boulder Ridge Golf Club, St. Cloud Country Club, The Veterans Golf Course, and Territory Golf Club. Then you can watch the St. Cloud State University Division I ice hockey teams play at Herb Brooks National Hockey Center, as well as the St. Cloud Rox play at Joe Faber Field.
Visit the Stearns History Museum, where you have two floors of exhibits totaling 100 acres. On top of learning about history, the kids will also love their playroom. You should also go to the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education located at the St. Cloud University to learn and become more aware about racism, anti-Semitism, sexism, and war crimes.
Then you have the more than a dozen sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For one, there's the Cathedral of Saint Mary, the oldest parish in the city which was erected in the 1920s and features an Italian Romanesque architecture. The St. Cloud Central Business District is also listed on the register. Several houses also found on the list include the Foley-Brower-Bohmer House, John N. Bensen House, Michael Majerus House, and the Nehemiah P. Clarke House. Other national historic sites you can visit are Bishop's House/Chancery Office, Carter Block, Fifth Avenue Commercial Buildings, First National Bank, Model School, Pan Motor Company Office and Sheet Metal Works, St. Cloud Veterans Administration Hospital Historic District, and Stearns County Courthouse and Jail.
The city has close to 100 parks covering a total of at least 1,400 acres of open spaces and park land. The biggest developed park in St. Cloud is Whitney Memorial Park, which used to be where the city's airport was. It now has a senior recreational center, sports fields and a dog park. It welcomes more than 100,000 people every year.
You also have a choice of seven wading pools and three splash pads in the city in order to beat the summer heat. Then check out the city's biggest parks such as Calvary Hill, where you can play basketball, disc golf and volleyball. Or enjoy a concert at Eastman Park where you can also enjoy the dog park, horseshoe courts, ice skating rink, and picnic facilities. Then you have Heritage Regional Park with 92.t acres of space and boating facilities, exercise trails, shelter, and restrooms. And then Riverside Regional Park, which has more than 55 acres of space and several sports facilities.
On top of these, there are several undeveloped spaces here including Serenity Park, St. Cloud River Bluffs, and Quail Pond Park.
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