Part of the Tri-Cities Region, Richland lives up to its name when it comes to history, wine and produce, as well as indoor and outdoor activities. Ride a bus rental and charter in Richland, Washington and find out what you can do in the city.
A bus rental and charter in Richland, Washington can take you to the following places.
Go to Camerata Musica and get the best chamber music performances by local, national and international musicians. Also visit the Hanford Reach Interpretive Center where you can find exhibits on the history of the Hanford Site, geology, wildlife, and other interesting features.
There are several stores that you should visit in the city, including local businesses such as Becky's Household Consignment located at the Uptown Shopping Center. You could also find a fine array of antique shops at Uptown Shopping Center.
Then get the best of Washington's wines and spirits at Barnard Griffin Winery, Bookwalter Winery, Goose Ridge Winery, and White Bluffs Brewing.
Choose from four different golf courses in Richland to get on the fairways: Buckskin Golf Club, Columbia Point Golf Course, Horn Rapids Golf Club, and Meadow Springs Country Club.
There are nine listings on the National Register of Historic Places for Richland. The Gold Coast Historic District has prefabricated and government-designed homes that were built in the 1940s. Employees of the Hanford Nuclear Site lived in the area that covers 890 acres of space. The modern movement houses were designed by several architects including Hoffman Smith and Wright Co. and Gustav Albin Pehrson. Meanwhile, the Hanford B. Reactor was the first huge nuclear reactor that was built in the 1940s. It was part of the Manhattan Project and was added to the national register in the 1990s and then subsequently named a national historic landmark in 2008.
Other nationally registered historic places in the city include Hanford Island Archeological Site, Hanford North Archeological District, Locke Island Archeological District, Rattlesnake Springs Sites, Ryegrass Archeological District, Snively Canyon Archeological District, and Wooded Island Archeological District.
Visit the city's parks, dog areas, athletic fields, and trails to get a taste of the outdoors. Play softball at Columbia Playfield or Horn Rapids Athletic Complex; baseball at Badger Mountain Community Park, Towne Field at Columbia Playfield, Jefferson Park, and Hanford Legacy Park; or soccer at Claybell Park, Jason Lee Park, Lynnwood Loop Park, or Leslie Groves Park. Meanwhile Badger Mountain Community Park also has facilities for football and lacrosse.
Check out the community gardens at McMurray Community Garden, Stevens Community Garden, or Venus Community Garden. Or Bradley Boulevard Park, Carol Woodruff Plaza, George Prout Aquatic Complex, Goethals Nature Playground, Howard Amon Overlook, Jeanette Taylor Skate Park, and John Dam Plaza for special activities. You also would not have to go far to have a picnic or play at the playground with the city's neighborhood parks such as Beverly Heights Park, Crested Hills Park, Desert Rim Park, Greater Years Park, Heritage Hills Park, Hills West Park, Jason Lee Park, Lynnwood Loop Park, Meadows East Park, Paul Liddell Park, and Rodney Block Park.
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