Located in Cobb County, Georgia, Kennesaw is home to around 30,000 people. Family Circle Magazine named the city as one of the top towns for families, while Newsmax cites it as being one of the most unique American cities in 2009. You can tour the city and see what the fuss is all about on a charter bus in Kennesaw, Georgia.
A charter bus in Kennesaw, Georgia can take you to all of these places:
1. Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, which spans close to 3,000 acres and has more than 17 miles of trails. Visit the visitors center and get to see the Civil War items displayed here. You can also go to the top of the mountain and see downtown Atlanta. But the place has a special draw for history buffs because it is here that around 160,000 Confederate and Union soldiers fought for around two weeks in 1864, leaving more than 5,350 soldiers dead.
2. Smith-Gilbert Garden has more than 3,000 species of plants as well as 30 sculptures created by well-known artists from all over the country. And with 13 acres of space, you can also go bird watching, or visit the 1840s plantation home that is on the site. And if you are visiting in time for the First Friday Openings, then you will be treated to free guided tours.
3. Brunswick US Play is where you could go if you want clean family fun. Play bowling, billiards and arcade games here. You can also check out Ice Forum for some hockey, skating and video games.
4. Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History gives visitors the chance to get to know the story of the railroads by way of several exhibits. You can also check out the museum collections, library and archives here.
5. Downtown Kennesaw. If you are in the city for a short time, you will want to spend most of it downtown. The area is currently being revitalized, but it retains its old small town charm, along with Civil War era history. It has brick walkways and a smorgasbord of restaurants, shops and antique stores.
The downtown area is also a good base if you are planning to tour the city because it is very near several attractions. Check out the Depot, which includes a variety of antebellum buildings and homes. You can also find the Big Spring of Water here, which is a small creek that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Downtown Kennesaw is also where some of the biggest events and festivals are held, including the Main Street Farmer's Market, Kennesaw's Pigs & Peaches BBQ Festival, Folk Tales of the Rails, Easter Egg Scramble, and The Santa Parade & A Day with Santa. A number of free summer concerts and movies are also held here.
These are just some of the top attractions that you could visit on a charter bus in Kennesaw, Georgia.
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