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See Elm City with a Bus Rental and Charter in Keene, New Hampshire

Keene, New Hampshire

Home to more than 23,000 people, Keene is the county seat of Cheshire County in New Hampshire. It is nicknamed Elm City and has been listed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one of "America's Dozen Distinctive Destinations" due to its well-managed growth, its attractive architecture, its cultural diversity, its commitment to historic preservation, its various activities for families, its walkability, and its economic base of locally owned small businesses. Visit and see the city today with a bus rental and charter in Keene, New Hampshire.

Arts & Culture

Visit the Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery if you are in need of artistic enrichment or if you just want to check out certain art exhibits.

Meanwhile, those who want to experience theater and various kinds of shows and performances can go to the charmingly old Colonial Theatre.

As for music, the city boasts community groups like the Keene Chamber Orchestra, the Keene Chorale, the Keene Chamber Singers, the Keene Jazz Orchestra, and the Greater Keene Pops Choir. These groups perform on a regular basis so check if you can catch any of their shows during your visit.

You might also want to plan your visit around the annual Pumpkin Festival every October. This event had set world records several times for the largest simultaneous number of jack-o'-lanterns on display. The whole family can also enjoy face painting, music, fireworks, and other entertainment and activities.

Also held every late August or early September is the Keene Music Festival. Several stages are set up throughout the downtown area for free concerts and shows.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

A bus rental and charter in Keene, New Hampshire can take you to the Horatio Colony Museum, a site listed on the National Register of Historic Places and that contains a collection of artifacts and eclectic furnishings, among others. You can also check out the Historical Society of Cheshire County's museum, which has permanent and rotating displays of various items relevant to the county's history.

There are also several sites in the city that have also been listed on the National Register of Historic Places:

  • Dr. Daniel Adams House
  • Beaver Mills
  • Cheshire County Courthouse
  • Colony House
  • Colony's Block
  • Noah Cooke House
  • Dinsmoor-Hale House
  • Elliot Mansion
  • Catherine Fiske Seminary For Young Ladies
  • Grace United Methodist Church
  • Sawyer Tavern
  • Stone Arch Bridge
  • United Church of Christ in Keene
  • Wyman Tavern

Parks & Outdoor venues

Ask your bus rental and charter in Keene, New Hampshire to take you and the entire family to the city's parks, open spaces, and outdoor venues where you can play, run around, have picnics, enjoy the scenery, admire nature, and engage in various recreational activities.

There's Beech Hill Preserve, a 180-acre wooded hillside with a breathtaking view of the city from the southern end of the ridge. Then there's the 157-acre Ashuelot River Park with adjoining wetlands, a trail, a bike path, and a landscaped park.

If you want the best of nature, you can also go to Greater Goose Pond Forest, Dinsmoor Woods, Ladies' Wildwood Park, Shadow Lake, Ash Swamp Brook, Beaver Brook Falls, Stearns Hill, Three Mile Swamp, or Robin Hood Park and Forest.

Other parks in the city you can check out are Wheelock Park, Ash Swamp Brook, Hickey-Desilets Park, Fuller Park, Ellis-Harrison Park, and Central Square.

Golf & Other Sports

If you want to tee off, you can go to Brentwood Golf Course or Keene Country Club.

Meanwhile, if you want to see some baseball action, you can go to Alumni Field, a baseball field that serves as home of the Keene Swamps Bats of the New England Collegiate Baseball League.

Shopping & Dining

Head to the Colony Mill Marketplace in Downtown Keene and find many lovely boutiques and quaint shops as well as many dining options.

Other Points of Interest

Take the kids to the Cheshire Children's Museum, which is a learning center with lots of sensory activities and hands-on and interactive exhibits.

You should also check out Stonewall Farm, where you can enjoy playground, animals, hiking trails, educational displays, and many more.

Make a reservation for a bus rental and charter in Keene, New Hampshire. Contact us or call 1-866-569-2012.

A bus rental and charter in Keene, New Hampshire is all you need to be able to go around the city conveniently and comfortably. Book one now with BusRental.com by calling 1-866-569-2012.