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Visit the City of Champions with a Charter Bus in Gadsden, Alabama

Noccalula Falls in Gadsden, Alabama

Gadsden is the county seat of Etowah County in Alabama. Located on the Coosa River and at the foot of Lookout Mountain, the city is home to more than 36,500 people. It is also called "the City of Champions." Come and visit the city with a charter bus in Gadsden, Alabama and enjoy its many attractions and points of interest.

Arts & Culture

Go to the Gadsden Museum of Art and see various art exhibits featured in its 3 galleries. The museum also offers portable lessons in art history, arts, and even Egyptology!

You can also visit the Mary G. Hardin Center for the Cultural Arts in historic downtown. The center holds a wide array of exhibits, performances and functions all year round.

Another site you may want to check out is the Central-Carver Museum, which features an expansive collection of photos that chronicle the rich history of Central-carver High School. The museum also hosts art exhibits and monthly observances.

Shopping & Restaurants

Gadsden gives you a world of shopping and dining options. Get on a charter bus in Gadsden, Alabama and indulge in some retail therapy at Gadsden Mall, which is anchored by Sears, Belk, and JCPenney and is where you can find well-known brands and retailers such as Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body Works, Spencer's, American Eagle Outfitters, and Aeropostale, among others. The mall also has a selection of restaurants you can try.

Downtown Gadsden also has a wide selection of dining places and specialty boutiques and stores. Not to mention nightlife venues. You can check out the food and drinks at Blackstone Pub & Eatery, The Coffee Wall, The Choice, Courtyard Cafe, Mater's Pizza & Pasta Emporium, Jefferson's, and Gadsden Variety Cafe.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Gadsden has three national historic districts where you can find a concentration of old, well-preserved and historically significant structures: Gadsden Downtown Historic District, Alabama City Wall Street Historic District, and Turrentine Historic District.

There are also a few other sites in the city that have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These are:

  • Alabama City Library
  • Eleventh Street School
  • Forrest Cemetery Chapel and Comfort Station
  • Gadsden Times-News Building
  • Charles Gunn House
  • Colonel O.R. Hood House
  • Legion Park Bowl
  • U.S. Post Office

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Herd the entire family into a charter bus in Gadsden, Alabama and head to Noccalula Falls Park & Campground, where you can enjoy facilities and amenities like picnic tables, fire pits, grills, a trail along the river, a small campsite, a swimming pool, a children's playground, a petting zoo, a waterfall, a put-put golf course, and beautiful surroundings!

You can also walk or hike while enjoying nature at its finest at Martin Wildlife Park Trail. Meanwhile, Neely Henry Lake gives you a quiet and relaxing time with lots of wildlife as well as fishing opportunities, and Lookout Mountain Parkway offers plenty of gorgeous views.

Coosa Landing Recreational Park and Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail are also worth checking out.

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