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Experience City Life and Rural Charm Combined in a Bus Rental in Jamestown, New York

Located between Lake Erie and the Allegheny National Forest, Jamestown is home to more than 31,000 people, making it the most populous in the Chautauqua County. As any resident would tell you, Jamestown is unique in that it combines the convenience of city living with the recreational and beauty of being in a rural place. So check out the things that residents have been taking advantage of daily when you visit the city on a bus rental in Jamestown, New York.

Get on a 49-passenger bus rental in Jamestown, New York and have a wonderful trip.

Check out the Moon Brook Country Club (Jamestown, NY 14701) and South Hills Country Club for some great time playing golf on the greens. Or check out the activities at the Gateway Center, which includes a laser tag facility and a skate park. You should also see the Jamestown Jammers and Jamestown Chiefs as they play at one of the city's many sports venues. The 1,900-seater Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena is where the city hosted exhibition games for the 2011 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. You should also get to know the city's and county's best athletes, coaches and other sports luminaries at the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame.

Arts and history. Check out the many arts and culture attractions in Jamestown, NY. You could go to the Reg Lenna Center for the arts to see the restored theater and watch some performances. The city is also blessed by having a top-notch arts and music education program that trains locals in the finer points of performing and the arts.

Did you know that famous comedienne Lucille Ball was born in Jamestown? Today, the Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Center is where you go to discover everything about Ball, from her personal to professional life. Similarly, you could go to the Robert H. Jackson Center to learn more about the man who became a US Attorney General, and Associate Justice of the US Supreme court. Jackson was also the lead prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trails.

Meanwhile, a visit to the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History will show you exhibits on everything about the natural world. Other places you could go to learn more about the city's history and that of its people include:

  • Lucile M. Wright Air Museum
  • The Fenton History Center
  • The Jamestown Gateway Train Station

If your travel dates are open, you might want to make sure that you come into town when the following events are held:

  • The Lucille Ball Comedy Festival celebrates the life of Lucille Ball and opens the doors for up and coming comedians to perform on stage. Happens every August.
  • The Yassou Festival, held on Father's Day weekend, celebrates Greek culture. St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church hosts.
  • Thunder in the Streets and Downtown Cruisin' is a car and motorcycle show that also features live entertainment.

You could also watch shows and performances at the following:

  • Chautauqua Cinema
  • Good Time Saloon
  • Labyrinth
  • Lucille Ball Little Theatre of Jamestown
  • Mojos
  • Shawbucks
  • Spire Theater
  • The Crown Theater
  • The Q

Dining. Looking for some gastronomic treat? You can find it all here! Check out the best restaurants, including Forte Restaurant, Coach's Corner Inn, The Pub, La'scala Restaurant, Fenton Grill, House of Petillo, and the Wine Cellar.

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