Home to more than 26,000 people, Tualatin is located in Washington and Clackamas counties. Discover the city's many sights on a bus charter in Tualatin, Oregon.
A bus charter in Tualatin, Oregon can help you go to the following places:
The yearly ArtSplash happens every July, bring together more than four dozen artists. You can enjoy seeing their art works while also enjoying musical entertainment and other activities. If you cannot wait, you can check out the public art, cultural history and nature sites throughout the downtown area on the Art Walk. You can also head out to Tualatin Commons and enjoy the Concerts at the Commons series every Friday night.
Speaking of public art, you can check out the Centennial Art that is spread all across town. Or perhaps check out the Tualatin Visual Chronicle, which is a collection of paintings, photographs, prints, and drawings that tell you about the city's history and growth.
Check out the city's best restaurants. Be awed by the beer selection at Big Eddy Tap House gastropub, or taste the best of Asian food at Mai Asia Restaurant or Mashita Teriyaki. You can also check out Roxy's Island Grill for the best Hawaiian food or go simple at Franks n Fries and enjoy their sandwiches and hot dogs. You can also order delicious Mexican fare at Taqueria Las Casitas, Celia's Mexican Restaurant or La Montana 3. Other dining options you have are New York Ruben's Pieology Pizzeria, Aloha Grill, and Dickie Jo's Burgers.
Shopping is also quite an experience in Tualatin with the beautiful Nyberg Woods giving you the chance to buy from more than two dozen national brands and restaurants. You can also check out Nyberg Rivers, the Garden Corner, Cabela's and Lee Farms, as well as the city's local retailers.
Tualatin Country Club has 18 holes of golfing fun. It measures more than 6,600 yards at the longest tees and a rating of 71.2. It has a 72 par and a 126 slope rating. The course was designed by H. Chandler Egan and was first opened in the 1910s.
The John Sweek House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for Tualatin. The house stands on three acres of land and was built in the 1850s. It has a classical revival architecture and used to be known as Meadowbrook.
The city maintains more than 280 acres of parks, natural areas and trails. Atfalati Park has more than 13 acres of space that has features for both active and passive recreation, while Brown's Ferry Park has more than 28 acres of space. The natural area is the perfect place for a quiet stroll, watch the animals or have a picnic with your family. There are picnic facilities and paths here that you can go on. You can also rent a kayak or a canoe. Meanwhile, you can check out the Willowbrook Summer Art Program held here during the summer.
The Community Park features three athletic fields, basketball and tennis courts, a playground, a skate park and a dog park. You can also go boating or have a picnic here. You should not miss Ibach Park, which has more than 19 acres of space. The park has mostly passive recreational features and a nationally recognized and award winning interactive and education playground. You also have Jurgens Park, where you have more than 12 acres of space that features several sports facilities and trails.
Aside from these, you can also visit Little Woodrose Nature Park, Saarinen Wayside Park, Sweek Pond, and the Tualatin Commons Park.
You can easily get a bus charter in Tualatin, Oregon. Start by requesting a free online quote when you visit BusRental.com and fill out a short quote form.