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Explore "The City" on a Bus Rental and Charter in Madison, Mississippi

Madison is home to more than 24,000 people and is part of a county with the same name. Nicknamed "The City," Madison has many things to offer tourists. Check it out for yourself with a bus rental and charter in Madison, Mississippi today.

Gather your friends on a bus rental and charter in Madison, Mississippi and see the sights in style, luxury and comfort.

Arts & Culture

Check out what's happening at the Madison Square Center for the Arts, where you could catch cultural shows, musical concerts and art exhibits.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Golfers will find it a treat to play at the Annandale Golf Club, which was named by Golf Digest Magazine as one of the top-rated golf courses in the state in 2005 to 2006. The course has around 7,200 yards at the longest tees, a par of 72, a slope rating of 136 and a course rating of 75.4. The course was designed by no less than Jack Nicklaus and was first opened in 2006.

Other golf courses in the city include Reunion Golf & Country Club, the Boys and Girls Golf Country Club of North Bay, Whisper Lake Country Club, and Lake Caroline Golf Club.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

The John Curran House was built in the 1840s and has a Greek revival architecture. The house is currently a private home but it is believed to be the oldest remaining house in the city.

You should check out the Dorroh Street Historic District, a district listed on the National Register of Historic Places and where you can find three historic houses that have Queen Anne architecture. These homes are those of James F. Dorroh, his brother, and one Joseph Harrell, who owned the Farr Mercantile Co., a building also listed on the register. The building also housed the R. B. Price Mercantile Co. and was built around the 1890s, but the reason it was listed is because of its many contributions to the city's economy, history and civic activities.

Then you have the Madison - Ridgeland Public School, also included on the register and features Jacobethan revival architecture. It is known to be the first building in the state to use such architecture.

Other places listed on the National Register of Historic Places are the Mississippi Institute of Aeronautics Aircraft Hangars, the Montgomery House, the John Curran House, the Puckshunubbee-Haley Site, and the Strawberry Patch - McKay House.

And in nearby Mannsdale, you can check out the Chapel of the Cross, which has gothic revival architecture built in the 1850s. The historic church is also well-known for its famous ghost stories that have been featured in several books.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Check out the Simmons Arboretum, which has 10 acres of space and features 1.6 km of walking trails and plants that have been catalogued for visitors.

Strawberry Patch Park has seven acres of space and features a lake, a lighted walking trail that goes for a mile, playground equipment, benches, picnic tables, restrooms and the Strawberry Patch Chapel. Then you could go to Liberty Park, where you have five baseball and softball fields, regulation soccer fields, batting cages, volleyball courts, and a 1.5 mile walking trail. You can also find the Liberty Village on premises as well as an archery range.

Or you can go to the Barnett Reservoir, where you have recreational facilities such as campgrounds, boat launches, and trails. The reservoir welcomes more than 2.5 million people every year.

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