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Book a Bus Rental and Charter in Ashland, Kentucky and Have a Trip to Remember

Home to more than 21,000 people, Ashland is a city in Boyd County. Get on a bus rental and charter in Ashland, Kentucky to explore the city's many attractions.

A bus rental and charter in Ashland, Kentucky can help you transport a group of up to 60 people to the following places the BusRental.com recommends.

Arts & Culture

Art lovers would appreciate how art is presented in Ashland. Visit the Jesse Stuart Foundation, which presents the works of the Kentucky native. Or you can visit the Highlands Museum & Discovery Center, where you and your kids can discover history, heritage and the Country Music Highway. Meanwhile, the Pendleton Art Center is home to craftspeople, artists and artisans, and visitors can watch them work or can buy their works.

You can also go to the Art of the Redeemed Studio & Gallery, which features the works of Rodney Chapman and Gail Kirtz. This gallery is open by appointment though. You can also check out the Frame Up Gallery, the Upstairs Gallery, and Aladdin's Art Gallery.

If you are up for a show, check out who's performing at the Paramount Art Center. You can also catch the Paramount Players in a musical or a theater show. Then check to see if there are festivals happening during your vacation. Some of the best festivals here are the Festival of Trees, Poage Landing Days, Summer Motion, and Winter Wonderland of Lights.

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Go bowl at the Blue Ribbon Lanes Bowling.

Restaurants & Shopping

Check out the antique stores in the area, such as Marshall Steen Antique Emporium, Old Friends Antiques and Uniques, Reggie's Attic, and White Eagle Collector's Mall.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

There are three golf courses where you can play a round of golf in Ashland: Sandy Creek Golf Course, Sundowner Golf Course, and Bellefonte Country Club.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

There are more than 20 sites in Ashland that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including two districts: Ashland Commercial Historic District, and Bath Avenue Historic District; several houses (Lon Rogers House, Martin Hilton House, Alexander Bagby House, and Jacob Savageot House and Saloon); churches (First Christian Church of Ashland, First Presbyterian Church, and St. James AME Church); and other structures (Ashland Armory, Ashland Coal and Iron Railroad Office and Store, Ashland Tuberculosis Hospital, and Crump and Field Grocery Company, among others).

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Go to Central Park, the biggest park in the city and is regarded as the crown jewel of Ashland's park system. The park has 47 acres of space and features three Indian mounds, five asphalt tennis courts, horseshoe courts, baseball field, playgrounds, basketball courts and floating fountains. You can also go to Dawson Park and Municipal Pool, which features playground equipment, volleyball and basketball courts, and a modern swimming pool with a diving board and water slide.

Meanwhile, Southside Park has a regulation softball field, and Oliverio Park has picnic facilities, a playground, and a pair of Little League fields. Then you have the Riverfront Park, which features the Ashland Boat Ramp, and an outdoor stage. You can also go to Joseph P. Harris Park, Spring Park, and 'New' Park.

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