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Explore the Heart and Soul of the Delta on a Charter Bus in Greenville, Mississippi

Greenville, Mississippi

Greenville is part of Washington County and has a population of around 34,000. Ride a charter bus in Greenville, Mississippi and tour the Heart and Soul of the Delta today.

A charter bus in Greenville, Mississippi is the best transportation option you have to tour the following places:

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Go to Harlow's Casino & Resort, where you have 33,000 sq. ft. of gambling space. Or you can head on to Trop Casino, which has the best slots, craps, mini craps, blackjack and other games.

Arts & Culture

Visit the E.E. Bass Cultural Arts Center where you can attend art exhibits, theater productions and other events. There are also several museums in the city you can go to. The Airbase Museum will take you back to the Second World War and will help you know more about the men and women who served as Nato cadets, Air Force firefighters, and in other branches of the military. You can go to the Century of History Museum and learn more about the culture, heritage, history and contributions of the Jewish residents in the city since the 1860s.

Other museums you can go to include the Old No. 1 Firehouse Museum and the 1927 Flood Museum.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

There are two golf courses in the city that you can play on: Greenville Golf & Country Club and Greenville Municipal Golf Course.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Visit Cotton Row, where you could learn more about the lifestyles of people who made their futures from cotton and see the varied buildings that sports classical architecture.

There are more than a dozen sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. You can check out the nationally registered historic districts such as Gamwyn Park Historic District, Greenville Commercial Historic District, and Washington Avenue - Main Street Historic District. Then check out the architecture on several historic homes such as Finlay House, Griffin-Spragins House, Wetherbee House, and Leavenworth-Wasson-Carroll House.

Other places on the register that you could visit are Armitage Herschell Carousel, Bank of Washington, Doe's Eat Place, First National Bank of Greenville, Old Delta Democrat Times Building, Washington County Courthouse, and Winterville Site.

On top of these sites, you can also visit the Greenville History Museum, where you can learn more about the history of the city, starting from the late 1800s right through the 1970s.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Visit the Warfield Point Park, where you can camp under the moonlight. The park features a natural area where you could view wildlife and birds from an observation tower and enjoy other outdoor recreation facilities. You can also go to Archer Park and use its playground structures, basketball court and picnic facilities. Meanwhile, Strange Park has 3.34 acres of space and has a basketball court and playground. You can play tennis at the Bologna Tennis Courts, or have more sports choices at Harty Park. Other parks in the city you can go to include Gray Park, Frisby Park, H. T. Crosby Park, and Virden Park among many others.

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