If you are looking for a destination rich in culture, make Berkeley the next place in California for your charter bus tour. Located in Berkeley's Jack London Square, the Pro Arts' gallery is a beautiful setting for exhibitions and special events of this region's visual arts. This gallery has art from numerous artists on display and for sale in the Gallery Store. Activities and special events throughout the year attract charter bus groups to the gallery to view and purchase art.
Berkeley is well known for the numerous gardens located within the city, adding an extra tough of beauty to this community. A Botanic Garden is located in the Tilden Park's stunning Wildcat Canyon in North Berkeley Hills. This 10-acre garden lets your charter bus group experience the collections, displays and preservation of the native California plants.
The Rose Garden, located next to Cordornices Park, is an amphitheater with rows of fragrant roses. Over 3.5 acres, the Rose Garden holds over 3,000 rose bushes and 250 varieties of roses.
Dining is not a problem in Berkeley and you're sure to find the meal you're looking for. With California Cuisine, Italian, Mediterranean, Seafood, Latin American or Caribbean and Tropical meals, every taste bud entering Berkeley can be satisfied.
The Berkeley Repertory Theatre is well known for it's professional and high-quality productions. Throughout the year, the resident theatre company presents seven productions consisting of contemporary to some of the finest classics. The Berkeley Repertory Theatre was the winner of the Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatres in 1997.
Tour the Berkeley History Center locate din the Veterans Memorial Building and browse exhibits and some of the publications available to learn the history of Berkeley. The History Center offers a number of special services, such as, organizing exhibitions; provide reference and referral services, walking tours and many social events, to residents and charter bus tours groups of the area.
A trip to the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive can be an informative and fun way to spend some time while in Berkeley. The museum is one of the largest university art museums within the borders of the United States. With a collection of more than 10,000 films and videos, and another 14,000 objects, the museum and archive attracts a diverse group of charter bus tourists through its doors. A collection of 45 paintings from Abstract Expressionist artist, Hans Hoffmann is located within the museum. With over a half a dozen exhibitions each year, the MATRIX Program for Contemporary Art features the work of many local and well-known artists, and displays a wide array of contemporary art. The Pacific Film Archives is committed to maintaining and exhibiting films under the best possible conditions. Daily screenings are presented by the Pacific Film Archives of rare and rediscovered prints of movie classics, restored silent films as well as some of the work by some of the greatest film directors.
Berkeley is one of the many all-around communities that offer opportunities for fine dining, events focused on heritage and diversity, as well as many museum and historical buildings that teach about the history of Berkeley and the people who first created the city.