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Are you looking for a charter company that can provide dependable transportation around Bellevue, WA? GOGO Charters provides access to a bus rental for a variety of charter bus options to fit your tour group. Our company can take care of your charter needs and is able to accommodate your budget.
Explore over 53-acres of gardens, wetlands and woodland property when you visit the Bellevue Botanical Garden. The Botanical Garden highlights a wide variety of Pacific Northwest plants and flowers as well as techniques on horticulture and garden design. The Botanical Gardens hosts thousands of visitors each year.
You can also enjoy plenty of classes and educational opportunities regarding the care and development of plants and how to design a garden that will thrive. You can also learn about how to protect natural areas, develop natural garden areas and make your garden healthier. The Botanical Garden also provides children's programs and adult lectures along with a variety of garden designs ranging from rock gardens and dahlia displays to fern collections and a waterwise garden. The Botanical Garden also includes a trillium store and garden memberships are available as well.
Experience exhibits ranging from architectural displays and the power of science to furniture designs and a sculpture garden when you visit the Bellevue Arts Museum. The Arts Museum features a large variety of exhibits and displays as well as programs and even a summer camp where children can learn about the museum and all it has to offer. The museum also provides lectures and classes for adults on the various artists and displays that are exhibited within the galleries.
The Arts Museum also provides classes and information regarding the displays and art collections. Volunteer programs and memberships are available. The museum also includes special programs and events to bring the community out and gives classes on the history of the museum and the many collections that have been on display within the museum. Tours are available for tour groups and taking pictures or making sketches of your favorite exhibits is encouraged.
If you enjoy learning about the history of trains, visit the Northwest Railway Museum. This exciting museum features a Victorian depot with a variety of train engines ranging from steam and diesel trains to more modern day designs. Train rides are available on the old trains and the museum includes a railway history center with lots of information about the trains of the Pacific Northwest. Tour packages of the museum are also available for tour groups.
The Northwest Railway Museum also provides plenty of opportunities for you to hold special events like birthday parties at the museum. There are also special railroad days, the Santa train and a day out with Thomas where children can enjoy having fun exploring with Thomas the Train. Online exhibits and collections are on display and memberships are available. The museum also includes a gift shop and plenty of literature about the museum and its exhibits.
If wine tasting is something you enjoy, take part in the Woodinville Wine Country tour. Located in the Sammamish River Valley, the wine country tour includes some of the more than 100 different wineries throughout the valley. The wine tours offer plenty of opportunities to sample the local wines as well as enjoying meals at the local vineyards along with the wine tastings. There are plenty of winery destinations for you to choose from.
The Woodinville Wine Country also offers plenty of sightseeing tours and classes as well as lodging at a number of bed and breakfasts and local inns. Take your pick of any of the wineries in the area and customize your tour to fit your budget and needs. The area also includes locations such as the Woodinville Lavender fields and the Winery Kitchen where you can learn how to prepare meals using local produce.
View the surrounding area from 605 feet above the ground when you visit the famous Space Needle. Before you ascend the space needle, you can visit any of the local shops at the base of the needle, including farmers markets and gift shops. As you ascend up through the needle you will take in the breathtaking mountains and scenic views around you.
Once you reach the top of the Space Needle, enjoy the views from the observation deck or you can even dine on international fare at the Skydeck Restaurant. As an exhibit built for the 1962 World's Fair, the Space Needle has been a popular Pacific Northwest tourist destination for decades. It has also been photographed and filmed in a number of movies and stories as well as being the launching pad for New Years fireworks displays and even base jumpers.
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