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Rent a Bus Charter in Amsterdam, New York and Get Ready for a Unique Experience

Amsterdam is a city of more than 18,500 people in New York's Montgomery County. A visit to the city on a bus charter in Amsterdam would give you a one-of-a-kind experience that will take you to awesome museums, delicious restaurants and beautiful parks.

So why not rent a bus charter in Amsterdam and enjoy a day trip into the city?

A bus charter in Amsterdam, New York will help you have an enriching experience during your trip.

Check out the Walter Elwood Museum where you can hear stories and see the exhibits that would tell you more about the culture and history of the city. Or have a trip to the Noteworthy Indian Museum, with more than 60,000 memorabilia and artifacts that came from all around the area and that give you insights into the lives and culture of the Mohawk Indians. You can see clay pots, beadwork, weaved baskets, stone tools and other stuff here, so that you could easily imagine how life was for more than 12,000 years.

Fort Johnson is a National Historic Landmark where you could see wonderful Colonial architecture that has been there for more than two and a half centuries. There are events here that you could enjoy, including Sundays at the Fort where you have seminars and programs that can teach you a lot about colonial life and the history of the county. They also have Colonial Days, where you can see military re-enactments and A Holiday Open House, which kicks off the holiday season.

Speaking of historic landmarks, you can get a bus charter in Amsterdam to tour all the national historic landmarks in the city, including:

  • Amsterdam Armory
  • Amsterdam City Hall
  • Chalmers Knitting Mills
  • Gray-Jewett House
  • Green Hill Cemetery
  • Greene Mansion
  • Guy Park
  • Guy Park Avenue School
  • Hurricana Stock Farm
  • Saint Stanislaus Roman Catholic Church Complex
  • Samuel and Johanna Jones Farm
  • Samuel Sweet Canal Store
  • Temple of Israel
  • US Post Office-Amsterdam
  • Vrooman Avenue School

For a different kind of history and exhibits, check out the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame where you could learn more about the history of professional wrestling.

Parks and Outdoors. Another must-do in Amsterdam is spending time with family and friends at various parks. Check out more than two dozen green spaces, parks and sporting facilities that you could enjoy. There's Riverlink Park where you can go boating, and where your kids can enjoy the playground. They have the summer Concert Series here, as well as the Canal Fest. Every July 4, you can witness the spectacular fireworks show that they put up for the Independence Day celebrations.

Another park you can go to is Shuttleworth Park, where you could play softball, baseball and go hiking along the banks of the Chuctununda Creek. Or you could go to Veterans Park, where you could play baseball and soccer. Check out the Barkley School Park, Isabels Baseball complex, Kirk Douglas Park, Sassafrass Park, Sirchia Park, West End World War I Memorial, and Wilbur H. Lynch Complex, as well.

Restaurants. Amsterdam is dotted with family-style food places the offer delicious and affordable food. So be sure to check out the best, which includes:

  • Bosco's Restaurant & Bar
  • Cappie's Drive In
  • La Cucina
  • Moe's Southwest Grill
  • Napoli Pizzeria
  • Riverlink Park CafĂ©
  • Riverside Pizza
  • Russo's Grill
  • South 30 Diner
  • Town & Country Deli

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