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Ride a Bus Rental in Federal Way, Washington and Discover the City’s Best Attractions

Federal Way, Washington

Located in King County, Federal Way is in between Tacoma and Seattle. The city is home to around 90,000 people. Get on a bus rental in Federal Way, Washington and tour the city today.

A bus rental in Federal Way, Washington can take you to the following places:

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Spend an afternoon having fun with friends at Laser Quest, Secoma Lanes, or at Trampoline Nation.

Arts & Culture

Check out the Pacific Bonsai Museum where you can learn more about the art of bonsai. The museum has several top-notch bonsai plants from Japan, Korea, and China, among others. Join the educational programs, bonsai exhibits and special events.

Meanwhile, you can also watch the puppet shows, stage plays, new productions and other performances at the Centerstage Theatre.

Restaurants & Shopping

Go to the Federal Way Farmers Market and get a chance to meet local growers and buy the freshest produce in the city. Then continue your shopping at the Commons at Federal Way where you have more than 100 stores, including Target, Sears, Kohl's and Macy's.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

There are two golf courses that you can play on. You can enjoy a full game at the 18-hole Twin Lakes Golf & Country Club, or have a quick game at the nine-hole Belmor Mobile Home Park Golf & Country Club.

Check out the activities at the Federal Way Community Center, where you have a leisure pool, lap pool, gym, climbing wall, and play areas for basketball, dodgeball and volleyball, among many others. Or you can check out the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center where the 1990 Seattle Goodwill Games were held and remains to be one of the most active competition venues in the United States.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

The Corbett House is one of the model homes of the Jovita Land Company and is typical of the model houses for the company during that time. The Corbett House shares the same floor plan and design features as the Leines House, which is located five blocks away. The house was built in 1910 and features a bungalow craftsman and late 19th and 20th century movements. It is the only listing on the National Register of Historic Places for the city.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Visit the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden where you have 22 acres of space that features one of the biggest collections of azaleas and rhododendrons in the entire world. Check out the Rutherford Conservatory, where you could find tropical rhododendrons, and take a look at the renovated gazebo, which gives you an astounding view of the entire botanical garden.

Go and see the Dash Point State Park, where you have an amphitheater, beaches, biking and hiking trails, camping grounds, fishing facilities, picnic facilities, sailboarding and swimming facilities, and sites for wildlife and bird watching.

You should also check out PowellsWood, a garden with different "rooms" that display a variety of plants, including the Fern Border, the Perennial Border, Shade Garden, House Gardens, Spring Garden, and Woodland Garden. Or you could go to Steel Lake Park & Family Funland where you can find a wooden playset, swimming beach, picnic facilities, and other amenities occupying 52 acres of space.

Then check out West Hylebos Wetlands Park, where you have an extensive trail network in a 120-acre forest. You can explore the park and see a wide variety of birds and animals.

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