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Take a Tour with a Bus Charter in Rochester Hills, Michigan

Clock Tower at Oakland University in Rochester Hills

Rochester Hills is a city of around 71,000 people. The city is located in Oakland County and has several attractions that you could tour with a bus charter in Rochester Hills, Michigan.

A bus charter in Rochester Hills, Michigan can take you to these places:

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Spend the night bowling at Classic Lanes, where you can bowl in a clean and safe environment and choose from more than four dozen lanes to play on.

Arts & Culture

Visit the Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm. The museum preserves the history of the Rochester area and presents to the public in wonderful exhibits that you would enjoy. The museum is located in Stoney Creek Village, a nationally registered historic site and has 16 acres of space. All exhibits are inside a restored barn that was built in the 1920s and focuses on the settlement, farming, industry and culture of the old days.

Restaurants & Shopping

A high end retail lifestyle center, the Village of Rochester Hills has more than 50 stores in 375,000 sq. ft. of space. It is anchored by Carson's and Whole Foods Market. Also check out downtown Rochester and shop or eat from over 350 stores and restaurants that dot the area.

Then do check out the city's best restaurants, which include Chadd's Bistro, 112 Pizzeria Bistro, Take Sushi Japanese Restaurant, Antoniou's Town Square Pizza, Fresco Wood Oven Pizzeria, Shish Palace, Clubhouse BFD, Half Day Cafe & Catering, Kruse & Muer In the Village, and Miguel's Cantina.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Check out the three golf courses that you could play on in Rochester Hills: Hampton Golf & Recreation Club, Brookwood Golf Club, and Great Oaks Country Club.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Check out the Yates Cider Mill, a nationally registered historic site and has a long story that goes back to the 1860s in the days of Abraham Lincoln. It used to be a grist mill and is now one of the most popular attractions in the city. You can learn how apple cider is made and feel like stepping back into history as you tour the facility. Do taste the old-fashioned donuts that they sell.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Go to Wabash Park and enjoy 3.7 acres of space that features picnic tables, BBQ grills, and a play structure. This is also where you would find the community gardens where residents plant vegetables and fruits. Meanwhile, the Avon Nature Study Area has more than 102 acres of nature trails, wildlife viewing areas, picnic facilities, a pond, a scenic overlook and access to Clinton River.

Also go to Bloomer & Yates Parks, which together has 200 acres of space and a variety of amenities such as mountain biking, picnicking, hiking, cross-country skiing and fishing facilities, play structures, a velodrome, a cricket field and other sports courts. There are also some historic features here.

Then you have the Earl E. Borden Park, with 143 acres of space that includes several soccer, baseball and softball fields, a multipurpose field, basketball and tennis courts, hardball and softball batting cages, roller hockey rinks, picnic tables, play structures, fitness loops and others.

Other parks in the city include Avondale Park, Eugene S. Nowicki Park, Helen V. Allen Park, Riverbend Park, Spencer Park, and Veterans Memorial Pointe.

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