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Explore the Queen City on a Bus Charter in Meridian, Mississippi

Meridian, Mississippi

Meridian is a part of Lauderdale County and is the sixth biggest city in Mississippi with more than 41,000 people. Nicknamed the Queen City, Meridian offers a lot of attractions that you will surely enjoy. Why not explore the city today on a bus charter in Meridian, Mississippi?

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

If you are traveling with kids, you should visit the Park at North Hills, where the entire faming can play at the video arcade, the batting cages, the jungle golf, go karts and laser tag.

Arts & Culture

The MSU Riley Center is probably one of the best theater and music venues in the city.

Check out the Jimmy Rodgers Museum and learn more about the Father of Country Music. Or perhaps go to the Mississippi Industrial Heritage Museum to learn more about the state's industrial and labor history.

Restaurants & Shopping

Antique lovers would consider two places in the city as paradise: Antique Mall of Meridian and Red Porch Barn Antiques. Shopaholics would also fall in love with Bonita Lakes Mall, which has more than 632,000 square feet of retail space that accommodates 80 stores and restaurants. It is anchored by Belk, Dillard's, JCPenney, Sears, and United Artists Theatres. You can also shop at Bonita Lakes Crossing located just outside the mall.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

The city has four golf courses that you can check out: Lakeview Golf Course, Northwood Country Club, Briarwood Country Club, and Ponta Creek Golf Club.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

There are more than 40 sites in the city that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. And with a bus charter in Meridian, Mississippi, it would be easy to visit them. These national historic places include several historic districts such as the East End Historic District, Highlands Historic District, Meridian Downtown Historic District, Meridian Urban Center Historic District, Merrehope Historic District, Mid-Town Historic District, Poplar Springs Road Historic District, Union Station Historic District, and West End Historic District.

Meanwhile, there's also the Wechsler School, which is the first brick school for African American kids, constructed in Mississippi in the 1890s. Other schools on the register are Meridian Senior High School and Junior College and Stevenson Primary School. Also included on the list are churches (First Presbyterian Church of Meridian and St. Patrick Catholic Church); commercial buildings (Niolon Building, Pigford Building, Dement Printing Company, and Standard Drug Company); hotels (Union Hotel and Lamar Hotel); cemeteries (McLemore Cemetery and Beth Israel Cemetery); houses (Cahn-Crawford House, Dial House, and Porter-Crawford House); as well as other buildings such as the Old Terminal Building, Hangar and Powerhouse at Key Field, Carnegie Branch Library, Meridian Waterworks Pumping Station and Clear Water Basin, United States Post Office and Courthouse, United States Sugar Crop Field Station, and Highland Park Dentzel Carousel and Shelter Building.

You can also check out the Civil War Trail, consisting of markers dispersed all around the city to commemorate the historic sites and events that happened at these sites.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Visit Bonita Lakes Park, a beautiful park that offers both passive and active recreation. The 3,300-acre space includes three lakes as well as facilities for horseback riding, picnicking, fishing, hiking, and boating. Or try shooting at Binachi Shooting Sports.

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