Located in Pierce County, Lakewood is home to more than 58,000 people. Explore the city on a bus rental and charter in Lakewood, Washington.
A bus rental and charter in Lakewood, Washington can help you tour the following places:
The Museum Antiques and Aviation Museum houses war memorabilia and relics from the Civil War, Indian War, the two World Wars, and even more recent wars like the Vietnam and Korean Wars. There are also antiquities from the Greek, Egyptian, and Babylonian civilizations.
Then you can go to the Lakewood History Museum, where you can join educational programs and view exhibits that touch on the city's history and it contribution to the development of the Pacific Northwest region. Or you might want to take in a show at the Lakewood Playhouse, where you can find the city's best actors on stage. Also visit the Lakewood Veterans Memorial at the city's Towne Center.
Visit the Grand Prix Raceway where you can drive up to 35 miles per hour in this indoor track. The raceway is one of the fastest in the country. There are three golf courses in the city including the Tacoma Country And Golf Club, where you have 18 holes spread over close to 6,600 yards. Or you can play at Fort Steilacoom Golf Course, where you can have a quick nine-hole round, or at Oakbrook Golf Club, where you have more than 6,600 yards of golf for a par of 71.
Fort Steilacoom played a significant role in Washington's early years and is worth a visit for history buffs. Meanwhile, the Thornwood Castle is the most impressive of the many stately homes that are built in the city. The building was constructed in the 1910s and is now the location for many movies. It is part of nationally registered historic site, Thornewood, which has two other buildings.
Then you have five other sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These include the Boatman-Ainsworth House, the oldest surviving home in the city and the Custer School, which is also known as the Little Red Schoolhouse. You could also visit Rhodesleigh and the Woodbrook Hunt Club, both of which were built in the 1920s.
Go to Lakewold Gardens where you can explore 10 acres of space that features native and rare plants, statues and architecture by Thomas Church. Lakewood Gardens is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Or check out the Lakewood Game Refuge where you have 100 acres of space that allows you to see animals and fish while also enjoying the walking and biking trails.
Further, visit the St. John Bosco Meditation Park at the St. John Bosco Church and enjoy the garden that was created by volunteers. There are hundreds of plant species covering the one acre of space and the paths take you to the Stations of the Cross, the Grotto Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes, and other shrines on the grounds.
The city also has 14 parks, trails and open spaces where you could enjoy nature's beauty, play at the playgrounds, explore woodland trails, or simply have a picnic. Choose from American Lake Park, Edgewater Park, Fort Steilacoom Park, Harry Todd Park, Kiwanis Park, Oakbrook 7th Addition Park, Seeley Lake Park, and Wards Lake Park, among others.
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