You will come to know that Chico is the most populous city in Butte County, California, US and it has been nicknamed as the “City of Roses” as well.
You will find here in the city nearly 40 murals and numeorus galleries in the city, like the Chico Paper Company, 1078 Gallery, Avenue 9, The Space, 24-Hour Drive-By and numerous other galleries. You will also find here in the city Blue Room Theatre, Theatre ETC, Chico Cabaret, Chico Performances, Chico Theater Company, and Theatre on the Ridge along with the promptbuscharters.com
Then there is the California State University, Chico Theatre Department rendering you a variety of entertainment throughout the school year.
You will also find that the city is a place for museums as well like the Chico Air Museum -the aviation museum, opened in 2004. You will find here numerous aircraft.
Then you can move on to explore the National Yo-Yo Museum which is the country’s largest collection of yo-yo artifacts, like a 4-foot (1.2 m) tall yo-yo with its fame of being the world’s largest functional yo-yo.
You will also find here two other historical buildings museums like the Bidwell Mansion and Oscar Stansbury. The former is a victorian House completed in 1868 and the latter the California State Historic park as well.
Some of the park here in the city include;
East 20th St at Notre Dame Park (undeveloped)
Henshaw Park (undeveloped)
Hooker Oak Recreation Area
Ceres Park (undeveloped)
Humboldt Park (Humboldt at Willow)
Nob Hill/Husa Ranch Park
Martin Luther King Park
Oak Way Park
Rotary Park (Wall Street)
Rotary Park (Sixteenth and Broadway)