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Rent a Charter Bus in Little Falls, New York and Have a Simple Yet Wonderful Time in the City

Little Falls is home to close to 5,000 people. The city might be small but it has a lot of attractions for the history buff, for the art lover, and for the entire family. So get on a charter bus in Little Falls, NY and visit the city today.

See the sights and sceneries with a 24-passenger charter bus in Little Falls, NY

History lovers would love a trek to Moss Island. A National Natural Landmark, the area is quite beautiful and perfect for quiet and easy walks, but there are plaques that mark the potholes, the Canal system and the natural attractions here that make it an interesting history lecture as well.

The Herkimer Home State Historic Site (Little Falls, NY 13365) can give you a glimpse into life in the 1800s or you can just take a guided tour through the house. You can even have a picnic in the garden afterwards. Meanwhile, the Little Falls Museum and the Little Falls Library has exhibits that tell you about the history of the city.

You can also walk through town enjoying the wonderful architecture of its buildings and homes. Get on a charter bus in Little Falls, New York and continue with the historic attractions by touring the places listed on the National Register of Historic Places, such as:

  • Burrell House
  • Emmanuel Episcopal Church
  • Italian Community Bake Oven
  • James Sanders House
  • Little Falls City Hall
  • Little Falls Historic District
  • Overlook
  • South Ann Street - Mill Street Historic District
  • United States Post Office

Sports and outdoors. There are a lot of parks here that you can go to. For example, there's the park at Wind Bridge where you could do some fishing while admiring a restored lock from the first Erie Canal, or you can head out to Veteran's Park and catch a baseball game. You can also play a great game of golf at the Little Falls Municipal Golf Course or the Henry Pelzer Municipal Golf Course. Further, you can rent canoes or kayaks at Rotary Park. Or you can just have a quiet picnic at Moreland Park.

There are some indoor options as well, such as the local YMCA's game rooms and George View Lanes for some bowling.

Arts. Enjoy the paintings at the Willman Gallery, where you could find the works of Robert Willman, an award-winning artist, then check out the Mohwak Valley Center for the Arts Gallery. You can enjoy the sculptures at Sterzinar Park or take a bead making class as Fall hill Bead and Gem.

Dining and shopping. Restaurants in Little Falls can also add to the experience of discovering its many attractions. For instance, history buffs can eat at Ann St. Deli where you can find history-themed lunches such as a General Herkimer burger, or at Beardslee Castle where you can also do some ghost hunting on the sly. Or you can eat at Crazy Otto's and admire the collection of vintage license plates while waiting for your food. Or you could sample local dishes at Kirsten's Cafe. You can also check out the best restaurants here such as Canal Side Inn, Ole Sal's Cafe and Creamery, II Caffe Espresso Bar and Pastry Shop, and Smokey D'z BBQ.

There are two main shopping districts here. One is the downtown commerce district that also serves as the financial and professional services center of the city. The other is Canal Place, which used to be the industrial center of the city but now has the best shops, art galleries and restaurants in the city.

Lastly, you might want to celebrate Christmas here in Little Falls where you can participate in a lot of activities that are sponsored by local businesses and not-for-profit organizations.

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As you can see, getting a charter bus in Little Falls is a great idea so that you could enjoy the many sights and activities in the city. Call BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012 for more details.