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Explore Middletown, USA on a Bus Charter in Muncie, Indiana

Military Cemetery in Muncie, Indiana

Muncie is home to more than 70,000 people and is located in Delaware County. It is called Middletown, U.S.A, and you can explore the city on a bus charter in Muncie, Indiana.

A bus charter in Muncie, Indiana can take you to:

Arts & Culture

Check out the Muncie Arts & Culture Council, where you can learn more about the city's arts scene. You can join the yearly ArtsWalk, which happens on the first Thursday of October, as well as the First Thursday Gallery Walk, which takes place every month. Check out the following galleries as well: 111 Art Gallery, Atrium Gallery and the David Owsley Museum of Art at the Ball State University, Cornerstone Center for the Arts, David Dale Designs, Gallery 308, and Jeanette Taylor's Gallery of Artists.

Then you can visit Minnetrista, with its art exhibits, workshops, theater shows, and other arts related events. You could also watch the Muncie Ballet as it performs classical dance at various venues in the city, or the Muncie Civic Theatre as it stages musicals and plays inside a national historic theater. Furthermore, you could catch the Muncie Symphony Orchestra perform or check out the Marilyn K. Glick Center for Glass.

The city is also home to several public artworks, such as Wait For Me, created by Paul Moore in the 1990s; Virgin Mary and Child Jesus; and the Untitled William Pruett Sculpture. The Muncie Children's Museum also has great displays and exhibits for the kids.

Restaurants & Shopping

There are several flea markets and antique shops that you could go to in Muncie, including Attic Window, Bargain Box, Off Broadway Antique Mall, Old 67 Antique Mall, The Treasure Thrift Store, Caldwell Antique Mall & Flea Market, and the Habitat for Humanity Home Discount Center. You could also check out the Muncie Mall, which has a space of more than 636,000 sq. ft. for 70 stores and restaurants. And of course, you can check out Downtown Muncie as well as the Historic Wysor Street Depot Gift Shop.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

The city is home of the Ball State Cardinals, whose teams play at Scheumann Stadium, Worthen Arena, and Ball Diamond. You also have a handful of golf courses that you can play on, such as Crestview Golf Club, Maplewood Golf Course, Delaware Country Club, and Muncie Elks Country Club.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Check out the Wysor Building Entry, which was made by Cuno Kibele in 1906. Or visit the Delaware County Courthouse for some great architectural styles.

Other historic places you should visit include Carnegie Library, Cincinnati, Richmond, & Muncie Depot, Emily Kimbrough Historic District, Grace Keiser Maring Library, Masonic Temple, W.W. Shirk Building, and West Washington Street Bridge.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Muncie also has several parks where you could hike, bike, fish, swim, play sports and enjoy the outdoors with family and friends. Some of the parks that you could find here include Ball Community Park, Canan Commons Park, Emerson Dog Park, Jerry L. Thornburg Memorial Park, Muncie Cantilevered Walkway, Muncie Fireman's Park, Prairie Creek Park, Tuhey Park, and White River Park.

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