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Get on a Bus Rental and Charter in Cartersville, Georgia and Explore the City

Home to close to 20,000 people, Cartersville is the seat of Bartow County. It has several attractions for visitors to discover with a bus rental and charter in Cartersville, Georgia.

A bus rental and charter in Cartersville, Georgia can take you and your entire group to the places that you need to see.

Cartersville, Arts and Culture

Check out the Booth Western Art Museum, which is a unique museum that features 80,000 sq. ft. of modern Western art, movie posters, illustrations, as well as art from the Civil War era, documents, letters and portraits, and real stagecoaches.

There is also an interactive gallery for the kids, where they could get their hands dirty as if they are working in a ranch. This is the second biggest art museum in the state and it has the biggest collection of Western art in the entire United States. Some of the works you would see here include the works of Albert Bierstadt, Ken Riley, Howard Terpning, Frederic Remington, G. Harvey, George Caitlin, Charles Russell, Ed Mell, Thom Ross, and Kim Wiggins, among others.

Then you can go to the Etowah Indian Mounds, which spans 54 acres of space and features three major mounds and three lesser mounds. Of the three major mounds, the highest is 63 feet, while the two other mounds are 25 feet and 10 feet high, respectively. The archaeological site is a National Historic Landmark.

Another interesting attraction in Cartersville is the Tellus Science Museum. The science museum is Smithsonian Institution affiliate and has several great features such as the planetarium, a huge collection of minerals, a fake fossil archeological site, gold panning facility. The facility is powered by wind turbines and a photovoltaic array, and it also features an eco-friendly house that was developed by Georgia Tech.

Cartersville is also the home of the first outdoor wall advertisement for Coca-Cola. The advertisement, located on the wall of the Young Brothers Pharmacy, was originally painted in 1894 and restored in 1989. The best time to go and have your souvenir photo is during the mornings.

Then you could head to the Rose Lawn House Museum, a restored Victorian mansion that features the memorabilia and writings of Sam Jones and Rebecca Latimer Felton. You can see different collections here provided by the United Daughters of the Confederacy and the Etowah Valley Historical Society. The house sits close to the Carriage House, the Schoolhouse and the Coachman's Quarters. This is also where the Arts Festival at Rose Lawn is held every September.

Further, you should go to the Bartow History Museum, which is housed in an 1860s courthouse. The museum preserves the industrial, agricultural and cultural heritage of the county and the rest of northwest Georgia. You can find workshops, mercantile and farmsteads here, through the many artifacts, oral histories and archives that they have on display.

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