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Enjoy the Perfect Vacation on a Bus Charter in Winchester, Kentucky

Home to more than 18,000 people, Winchester is the seat of Clark County. Get a bus charter in Winchester, Kentucky and see this history rich city today.

A bus charter in Winchester, Kentucky can tour you and your group to these recommended places:

Restaurants & Shopping

There are several stores that you could only find in Winchester, such as the 18 West Lex Ave. Art Gallery/Gifts, Ale-8-One, Amanda Bridges Pottery, Barnes Family Greenhouse, Bear's Antiques & More, Beech Springs Farm Market, Hometown Antiques and Coins, Judy's Stitch in Time, Major Dads Military Surplus, Peddler's Mall, Shoe Dept Encore, and a lot more.

You should also check out the best restaurants in the city, including Sakura Express, Graze Market and Deli, Cairn Coffee House, Gaunce's Cafe and Deli, and DJ's Bar and Grill.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Play at the following golf courses: Winchester Country Club, Southwind Golf Course, Cassell Creek Golf Course, or Mahan Manor Golf Course.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Winchester's history goes back to the 1790s so there is a wealth of sites that any history buff would love, including those dating back to the Civil War era, those related to Daniel Boone, and other historic locations.

Set an appointment to tour the historic Holly Rood – Clark Mansion, which was built in the 1810s by former Governor James Clark and features federal architecture. You should also see the impressive Kentucky River Mural at the Civil War fort at Boonesboro. Or visit the Bluegrass Heritage Museum located in the former Guerrant Mission Clinic and Hospital. The museum gives you a glimpse of the region's history through their exhibits.

All in all, there are close to four dozen places in the city that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These include three districts: Thomson Neighborhood District, Upper Reaches of Boone Creek Rural Historic District, and Winchester Downtown Commercial District, several houses (Gov. James A. Clark Mansion, Achilles Eubank House, David Gist House, Frances Cullom, Jr. House, Gen. Thomas Hart House, Henry W. Calmes House, Nathaniel Haggard House, Robert Scobee House, and William Clinkenbeard House, among others), churches (Corinth Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, Goshen Primitive Baptist Church, and Providence Baptist Church), and other sites such as Clark County Court House, Mound Hill Archeological Site, Van Meter Distillery, and Victory Heights Elementary School, among others.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

College Park has picnic facilities, a playground, some sports courts and athletic fields. Meanwhile, Community Park has 15 acres of spaces that features two softball fields, two tennis courts, a swimming complex and a dozen horseshoe courts. Then you have Harmon Park with five acres of space featuring a softball field and basketball courts. Or head out to Lykins Park with its 40 acres of space the include picnic shelters, ball fields, a basketball court, a playground, skate park, a walking trail, and concert stage.

Play soccer at Kroger Soccer Complex, or softball at Massie Park. You can also visit Fairfield Park, Heritage Park, and Melbourne Park.

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