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Get on a Bus Charter in Washington, Pennsylvania and Have a Truly Memorable Trip

Washington is the county seat of Washington County in Pennsylvania. It is home to more than 13,600 people and is considered to be one of the state's fastest growing destinations. Come and see its various leisure, recreational, cultural and commercial sites with a bus charter in Washington, Pennsylvania.

Arts & Culture

You can check with the Washington Community Theatre Inc., which presents musicals and productions throughout the year. Every year in June, the group stages a production at the Main Pavilion at Washington Park.

The Duncan & Miller Glass Museum is also worth visiting. This museum is an old house that was converted into an exhibit and gallery space housing handmade glass art from the mid-1860s to 1955. The museum aims to preserve the history of Duncan & Miller Glass by showcasing the changing styles – from the elegant Victorian patterns of the 1800s to the modern designs of the mid-20th century – of various hand-blown glass products, like punchbowls, candelabras, vases, and even glass swans.

The city also has music groups like the Washington Symphony Orchestra, Washington Jazz Society, and Washington Festival Chorale. Make sure to check out performances or shows by these groups during your visit.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

With a bus charter in Washington, Pennsylvania, it will be easy for you to see and experience the city's various historical sites.

There's the Bradford House, the home of the David Bradford who led the Whiskey Insurrection in 1794. The house was completed in 1788 and was restored and opened to the public in 1965. The house is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Another site worth checking out is the F. Julius LeMoyne House, which is the state's first National Historic Landmark of the Underground Railroad. The house was built in 1812 and is where you can find the Military Heritage Museum and the Norma K. Grimes Research Library.

Other sites in the city that are included in the National Register of Historic Places are:

  • Administration Building, Washington and Jefferson College
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Freight Station
  • Washington Armory
  • Washington County Courthouse
  • Washington Trust Company Building
  • Washington County Jail
  • Dr. Joseph Maurer House

You can also visit the Washington Cemetery, which was incorporated in 1853 and is a history of people.

Parks & Recreation

If you want to enjoy the outdoors, you can herd the entire family into a bus charter in Washington, Pennsylvania and go to various outdoor and recreational destinations in the city.

There's the Washington Park, where you can enjoy an outdoor pool and waterslide, as well as nature trails, picnic areas, and tennis courts. You can also check out CONSOL Energy Park, a ballpark where the Washington Wild Things baseball team and the Washington Rebellion fast-pitch softball team play their home games.

Meanwhile, those who would like to play a round of golf can try Red Carpet Golf & Recreation Center or Tower Golf & Driving Range.

Other Points of Interest

You can go to Destiny Hill Farm, which is a gorgeous farm that grows lavender, blueberries, fresh city flowers, and raspberries. The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum is also worth checking out. You can experience riding on antique street cars and get a guided tour of the museum. Then there's the Meadows Racetrack & Casino if you want to spend the night playing slots and table games.

A bus charter in Washington, Pennsylvania is all you need to have a memorable trip. Call us or visit BusRental.com.

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