Lebanon was previously known as Steitztown and is the seat of Lebanon County. Home to more than 25,000 people, it is one of the biggest cities in the state. So ride a bus charter in Lebanon, Pennsylvania and check out the city today.
A bus charter in Lebanon, Pennsylvania is the easiest way to tour these places:
Watch the Lebanon Community Theatre, which has been performing plays, theatre shows and other productions for more than five decades now.
If you are in town during New Year's Eve, then be sure to catch the celebrations where a unique item is raised or dropped at midnight.
If you are itching to do some shopping, go to Lebanon Valley Mall, which has 50 retailers, services and restaurants. It is anchored by Hobby Lobby and ten Great Escape Theatres screens.
Hungry? Then check out the best pizzas at Trattoria Fratelli or A & M Pizza Restaurant. Looking for your old favorites? Then eat at the Gin Mill, Hearth, Blue Bird Inn, or Snitz Creek Brewery. You might also want to taste the best Japanese food here at Kugo Steakhouse & Sushi Bar, or have a quiet afternoon snack at the Timeless Cafe. Queso Dee'as serve great Mexican food, while Schwalm's Restaurant offers value for money.
Check out the city's finest public golf courses, including Royal Oaks Golf Course, which is among the top 100 golf courses in the country. Other golf courses you can play in include Lebanon Country Club, Fairview Golf Course, Iron Valley Golf Club, Pine Meadows Golf Complex, and Freeport Mills Golf Course.
There are several sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the city, and you can visit them all on a bus charter in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. These places include Chestnut Street Log House, Cornwall & Lebanon Railroad Station, Josiah Funck Mansion, Reading Railroad Station, St. Lukes Episcopal Church, Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church, and Tabor Reformed Church.
Visit the Stoever's Dam Park, which has 124 acres of space and has facilities for camping, fishing, hiking, canoeing and picnicking. The park also features a Nature Barn, ball fields and pavilions. Meanwhile, Southwest Park has more than 27 acres of space and features basketball and tennis courts, softball and baseball fields, and a playground. The Coleman Park & Lauther Water Complex, on the other hand, has 92 acres of space and includes a swimming pool for all ages, as well as tennis courts, baseball fields, a mini golf course, picnic facilities, hiking trails, volleyball court, and playground.
You could also visit the Clarence Schock Memorial Park at Governor Dick Environmental Center, where you can enjoy the guided nature hikes and outdoor events, as well as stroll down the wildflower meadows and 15 miles of trails. Other parks and open spaces you can go to in Lebanon includes Northeast Park and Youth Center, Beautex Park, Southeast Playground, Progressive Playground, East End Playground, Fisher Veterans' Memorial Park, and Veterans' Memorial Walkway.
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