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Visit A-Town with a Bus Charter in Auburn, Washington

Auburn, Washington

Located in King County, Auburn is home to more than 70,000 people. Get on a bus charter in Auburn, Washington and take a tour of the city today.

A bus charter in Auburn, Washington can take you to the following places:

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

There are two casinos you can play in while visiting Auburn. There's the Iron Horse Casino and the Muckleshoot Casino.

Arts & Culture

Visit the city's art galleries and check out the works of artists in the area. Do visit the Auburn City Hall Art Gallery, the Helen S. Smith Art Gallery at the Green river Community College, and the Cheryl Sallee Gallery. You should also visit the more than 20 public art pieces that dots the city.

The city also has several performance groups that you could enjoy. From music to theater, you can very well get it here. There's the Auburn Avenue Theater, the Auburn Performing Arts Center, and the Auburn Riverside Theatre for some of the best venues in the city. Or you can catch the Pacific Ballroom Dance, the Children's Dance Theater and the Auburn Symphony Orchestra perform. You could also check out the White River Valley Museum and learn more about the area's history with exhibits on the Auburn depot, the Auburn 1920s Downtown, and the Japanese American Farmhouse. Then you can catch a free concert at the White River Amphitheatre where you can have Mt. Rainer as the backdrop.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Play at the Washington National Golf Club where you have an 18-hole course that has more than 7,300 yards at the longest tees. John Fought designed the par 72 course that was opened in 2000 and has a 75.6 course rating and a 141 slope rating. Travel + Leisure Golf Magazine named it as one of the top 10 college courses in the country in 2001 and then one for the best 100 courses in America where you can play for less than $100 in 2002. Golfweek Magazine also named it as one of the country's best public access courses for the State of Washington in 2005. You can also play at the Auburn Golf Course or the Jade Greens Golf Course.

You could also check out the horse races at Emerald Downs or watch the automobile races at Pacific Raceways.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

You can check out the Neely Mansion, a Victorian farmhouse that was constructed in the 1890s and is now used as a house museum and gardens. The exhibits here show the contributions of immigrant families from the Philippines, Japan and Sweden, as well as the way the house looked during its heydays. There are five other sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places for Auburn. The Auburn Public Library was built in the 1910s and was bequeathed by Andrew Carnegie. It is now used as the Auburn Dance and Music Center. The Oscar Blomeen House was built in the 19190s and has a vernacular late Victorian and bungalow craftsman architecture, while the Patton Bridge spans the Green River and was built in the 1940s that was the first to use a modified box girder design. Two other nationally historic sites are Auburn Post Office and the Masonic Temple in Auburn. Further, you can go to the Mary Olson Farms and learn about daily life during the turn of the 20th century.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Go to Brannan Park and play baseball, basketball, and soccer. With more than 26 acres of space, you can also go skateboarding, play at the playground, access the river, and go on the trails. Game Farm has 53 acres of space that features baseball and soccer fields, pickleball, volleyball, tennis and basketball courts, playground, picnic facilities and horseshoe pits, among others. Or check out Isaac Evans Park for its horseshoe pits, trails, playground, and picnic facilities. Lea Hill, on the other hand has a multi use sports field, playground, ballfield, skate spot, and public art.

Further, you can go to Les Grove with facilities for baseball, soccer, bocce, water spray playground, Discovery Playground, the city's Senior Activity Center, the White River Valley Museum, and other features. Then Play baseball, basketball or enjoy the playground at Rotary Park, Scottie Brown Park, and Shaughnessy Park. Other parks you can go to include Village Square Park, Veterans Memorial Park, Mountain View Cemetery, Jornada Park, and Indian Tom Park.

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