Planning a Charter Bus Rental in Bismarck, North Dakota?
Bismarck Charter Bus
Your charter bus brings the charter group to the wonderful city of Bismarck. The community was named after the German chancellor. Population, in 2003, was 56,344. Established in 1873 as the western terminus of the Northern Pacific Railroad's transcontinental line in recent years, the city has grown as a regional health center.
The Bismarck charter bus offers its charter members a chance to listen to great symphonies at Bismarck-Mandan Symphony Orchestra. The younger members of the charter group won't feel left out if they get to visit the Dakota Zoo. It has a lot of animals, many of whom reside in natural habitats, and they can learn something about nature as well as have fun.
Other stops of great interest to the charter group members will be North Dakota Heritage Center, Camp Hancock State Historic Site, Double Ditch Indian Village State Historic Site, Steam boat Warehouse Historic Marker.
Your Bismarck charter bus offers a visit to Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park. There are 1006 acres, with camping, visitor center, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, biking, playground, picnic areas.
North Dakota Heritage Center is another place you'll always find something new to see. Throughout the building special galleries showcase the diverse collections of the State Historical Society of North Dakota. Unique temporary exhibits demonstrate an infinite variety of artifacts and documents, and you and your charter bus group will want to return often just to keep up with these changing glimpses of an exciting past. When you do, you'll see dynamic presentations of specific themes and topics ranging from the very modern to the archaic. As you experience this constant flow of new exhibits, you'll find that familiar, too.
The magnificent silver service of the U.S.S. North Dakota is an example of the rich variety to be sampled in the special galleries of the Heritage Center. The special exhibits, whether temporary or permanent, can be found throughout the building--in the Documentary Gallery near the Reading Room, the foyer of the Auditorium, the mezzanine, and the lobby--and there is always something new here to see.
Your visit to the Heritage Center in the charter group will not be incomplete without a stop at the Heritage Center Museum Store which features original handcrafted items, a wide selection of books and videos about North Dakota history and many items related to Heritage Center exhibits and programs. Whether you're browsing or seriously shopping, you'll find no better place to buy North Dakota products than the Museum Stores of the State Historical Society of North Dakota!
Another stop on your charter bus tour of Bismarck is at Camp Hancock State Historic Site at 101 West Main. This site preserves part of a military post established as Camp Creeley in 1872 to provide protection for work gangs building the Northern Pacific Railroad. The camp's name was changed to Camp Hancock in 1873. A log headquarters building still stands on the site. It has been enlarged and remodeled several times and clapboard siding has concealed the logs. The building serves as an interpretive museum for artifacts and information about local history.
Bismarck charter bus has great eateries to stop at along the way like Country House Deli, Space Aliens Bar and Grill. Bismarck has a lot of fun to offer your next group outing, book your own private charter bus and come tour Bismarck today!