Flint is the seat of Genesee County and its largest city. The city is home to more than 102,000 people and is home to several attractions that you can visit on a charter bus in Flint, Michigan.
A charter bus in Flint, Michigan can help you transport a group of up to 60 people to these great attractions:
When it comes to the arts, Sloan Museum should be the first on your list of places to visit. This is where you would find out more about the city's history and how it became the birthplace of General Motors, as well as learn about the region's history, and see automobile and interactive science exhibits. You can also check out the Buick Gallery & Research Center, where you can find the biggest collection of extensive Buicks as well as car-related memorabilia and research archives.
You can also check out the Buckham Gallery, an artist-run gallery that has art exhibits and performances from time to time. The Flint Institute of Arts is one of the departments of the Flint Cultural Center Campus and is where you could find some of the finest artworks in the city. Meanwhile, you should check out what the Greater Flint Arts Council has in store for you. The organization is regularly exhibiting the works of the region's best artists and they are in charge of several events such as downtown's 2nd Friday ArtWalk, the Flint Festival of Quilts, and the Flint Jazz Festival.
You can also go to the Flint Children's Museum, or check out these fine performance arts groups: Flint Community Players, Flint Youth Theatre, the New McCree Theatre, Flint Institute of Music, Flint Symphony Orchestra, and the Whiting.
Go to Flint Farmers' Market where you could find the best products that are grown in the city. You could also find the Art at the Market Gallery, where you could check out and buy the works of at least 30 local artists. Then you have the Carriage Town Antique Center, where you can buy from a variety of antique sellers in an art deco warehouse. And, of course, you should shop at Genesee Valley Center, which has more than 1.3 million square feet of retail space with more than 130 stores.
When it comes to golf, there are several golf courses for you to play on: River Forest Golf Course, Swartz Creek Golf Course, Mott Park Golf Course, Flint Golf Club, Loch Lomond Golf Course, Pierce Municipal Park Golf Course, and Kearsley Lake Golf Course.
Visit the Durant Dort Carriage Company Historic Landmark, a National Historic Landmark that is widely considered as the birthplace of GM. You can also visit the Kettering Collection of Industrial History, which holds the Scharchburg Archives, the biggest collection of automotive papers. Then go to the Whaley Historic House Museum, which is a Queen Anne home that talks about the Whaley family and their contributions to the city. There's also the Stockton Center at Spring Grove, which is a local history museum.
For outdoor enthusiasts, check out Stepping Stone Falls and Picnic Area where you can see a waterfall light show, have a picnic, go on the running and biking trails, and just enjoy nature. Or go to Bluebell Beach and Splash Pad Spray Ground to beat the heat by swimming and fishing. You can also check out the city's many parks and recreation facilities, which total close to five dozen.
Call BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012 to rent a charter bus in Flint, Michigan for your trip.