The seat of Adams County, Hastings is home to close to 25,000 people. Get on a bus charter in Hastings, Nebraska today and tour the city with friends or with the whole family.
A bus charter in Hastings, Nebraska can help you tour the city and go to these sites:
Visit the Hastings Aquacourt Water Park that has five acres of water features, including a wave pool, diving boards, water slides, tube slides, flute slides, a lazy river and others.
The visual arts are alive in the city. You can check out the "Working Together Toward a People's Art" community mural, which was completed in 2013 with the help of at least 300 locals. Or check out who's being featured at the Hastings College Art Gallery, which features the works of regional artists, talented students and even artists that are known across the country. Also, check out the Jorn Olsen Gallery, which highlights the works of the noted photographer.
Also, go to the Hastings Museum of Natural and Cultural History. Housed in an art deco building, the museum has been delighting visitors since it opened in the 1920s with its exhibits that include fossils, mounted birds, relics and others. This is also where you would find the McDonald Planetarium and the Lied Super Screen Theatre, as well as the Adams County Historical Society.
Furthermore, check out the Children's Museum of Central Nebraska, where the kids can learn and have fun with the interactive exhibits on everyday life and creating art.
Downtown Hastings is the city's main destination for the best shopping and dining options.
Avid golfers would appreciate the golf courses in the city, including two courses at the Hastings Elks Lodge & Golf Club, Lochland Country Club, and Southern Hills Golf Course.
There are 17 sites in Hastings that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. That includes two houses that are significant because of their architecture: Nowlan-Dietrich House and William Brach House. You also have two districts that you can visit to see more contributing properties that are also historic: Central Hastings Historic District and Heartwell Park Historic District.
There’s also the Chautauqua Pavilion, which is located on the premises of Chautauqua Park. The octagonal pavilion was built in 1907 and features a unique design, according to the Historic American Engineering Record. You also have historic commercial buildings on the register such as Victory Building, Stein Brothers Building, Nebraska Loan and Trust Company Building, and Hastings Brewery Building and Bottling Works. Other nationally registered historic sites include the Burlington Station, Clarke Hotel, Farrell Block, Hastings Municipal Airport Hangar-Building No. 1, McCormick Hall, McCue-Trausch Farmstead, St. Mark's Episcopal Pro-Cathedral, and Thirty-Two Mile Station Site.
Check out Highland Park where you have 40 acres of space that is filled with trees, plants, and flowers that are all labeled to make it easily identifiable. There are also other features here, including the city's oldest historic cemetery, sculptures, a playground, picnic facilities, and grills.
Hastings also has a variety of city parks that you would enjoy. Jog, hike or bike at Heartwell Park, or play softball at Carter Park. You can also enjoy the playground and the scenic grounds of Chautauqua Park, or play baseball at Harms Park. Lake Hastings takes you into the water as you have a picnic and enjoy the many recreational activities it offers. Other parks you can go to include Oswego Park, Prairie Ridge Park, and Crosier Park, among many others.
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