Get to know how Scotland influenced this small city by boarding a charter bus in Glasgow. One of the city's pride is the Highland Games, which was popularized by Scottish immigrants in the United States.
Make sure to have that charter bus in Glasgow, Kentucky loop around some of the best entertainment centers in the city. Ralphie's Fun Center is definitely the favorite among locals and residents of neighboring towns and cities. The center was only opened in 2012 but already, it has become a popular place in the entire Kentucky state. It is great for all ages, hence, families love dropping in during weekends.
For those who prefer an indoor kind of fun, there is the Highland 7 Cinema. For some performances, there is the Plaza Theater and Extreme Gymnastics.
The South Central Kentucky Cultural Center is unbelievably massive for a city as small as Glasgow. While the entrance to this exhibit center is free, the gallery features great works of art that showcases the culture of Glasgow.
Shopping in Glasgow is an adventure. The city is home to a lot of independent stores that have unique items that are great for souvenirs. These stores are also scattered around the city, rather than lumped in one shopping center.
The best way to balance that workout during shopping is to eat and the choice of Glasgow restaurants is limitless. Garcia's Grill is a favorite Mexican restaurant among locals. The fresh salsa is enough to make a diner go back for more. The margaritas are also very tasty. For some pizza, Gondolier is the place to be; while Big Moose's Bbq Smokehouse has some great selection of grilled meats. The chicken wings in the Family Style Chicken and Seafood are memorable.
Play a round of golf at Glasgow Golf and Country Club.
Visit the 1852 Hall Place Bed and Breakfast, which is a home built by slaves as commissioned by Judge Christopher Tompkins. No less than President Abraham Lincoln visited this pre-civil war home. There's also the Confederate Monument, which was built in honor of the soldiers who gave their lives to the Confederate States of America.
Other historical sites you might want to visit are Fort Williams, Prehistoric Jewel Site Complex, and Veteran's Wall of Honor.
You can also check the South Green Street, which is home to a number of historic houses in Glasgow.
The entire city is like a park in itself. The city has a collection of old and unusual trees - 22 species preserved for environmental and aesthetic reasons. Also worth mentioning is the Mammoth Cave National Park.
Enjoy the city on foot and relish the different kinds of trees or hop on a charter bus in Glasgow, Kentucky and take a mobile tour of the land of Saddlebred horses. To get an online quote, go to BusRental.com, or call 1-866-569-2012.