This music city was once known as the "cradle of recorded jazz" and it might be interesting to note how music helped mold the city, through a charter bus in Richmond, Indiana.
The city got its title because a number of jazz records were recorded in the area at the studio of Gennett Records, which is a division of the Starr Piano Company. Take that charter bus in Richmond, Indiana to see where the old recording company developed so many jazz stars.
The Civic Hall Performing Arts Center is where most of the entertainment action is. Local, national and international artists take this stage, which is the home of the Richmond Symphony Orchestra.
Another entertainment center in the city is the Richmond Civic Theatre, which often features Studio 10 at RCT for acts that are for adults, while the younger generation enjoy Stage One Youth Theater at the RCT.
Local and national artists usually exhibit their visual art works at the Art Gallery at Whitewater Hall, McDowell Art Gallery and Richmond Art Museum.
For a better understanding of the city's culture and history, best take that charter bus in Richmond, Indiana to Wayne County Historical Museum. It doesn't only have archaic items from Richmond but from the other cities comprising Wayne County, too.
Richmond has two shopping districts: Downtown Richmond and the Historic Depot District. Specialty shops and other national retailers are found here. The city also has Richmond Square Mall for a more profound shopping experience.
After a day of shopping, one always needs to re-energize with food and Richmond has its own great selection like the local favorite Little Sheba's, which has a wide variety of sandwiches. Locals also love Thai Thara and Main Street Diner. Tourists should drop by Square Donuts of Richmond for a real taste of Richmond.
You can play golf at Highland Lake Golf Course and watch a sports game at McBride Stadium.
Richmond is another architectural town in Indiana. Structures are expected to be nicely built such Pennsylvania Railroad Station and the Wayne County Courthouse. Other architectural gems in Richmond are Bethel AME Church (oldest AME church in Indiana), Gaar Mansion, Madonna of the Trail Statue in Glen Miller Park, Old National Road Welcome Center, and Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church.
You can visit parks in the city like Clear Creek Park, Glen Miller Park, Mary Scott Park, Middlefork Reservoir, and Springwood Park.
As earlier stated, Richmond was known as the "cradle of recorded jazz" because Gennett Records, which used to be based in Richmond, propelled a number of jazz musicians and singers to stardom. These stars are remembered through the Gennett Records Walk of Fame.
Richmond also has an Indiana Football Hall of Fame, a museum dedicated to the footballers, from high school until professional league, who have left an indelible mark in Indiana in the field of football.
Call 1-866-569-2012 now to hire a charter bus in Richmond, Indiana.