Located in both Chatham and Wake counties, Cary is home to 135,000 people. Explore this town with a bus charter in Cary, North Carolina today and see what’s in store for visitors like you.
A bus charter in Cary, North Carolina can help you and a group of up to 60 people tour the town in style and comfort. You can go to:
Go to the Koka Booth Amphitheatre where you could enjoy music concerts and movie screenings outdoors. Then check out the Cary Arts Center and join the various art-related classes, or the Village Art Circle, where you can see a lot of local arts for sale.
You also have several annual events, including the Lazy Daze Arts & Crafts Festival, Spring Daze Arts & Crafts Festival, Cary Diwali Celebration - Festival of Light, Ritmo Latino Music, Art and Dance Festival, NC Eid Festival, and Cary Band Day.
Shopaholics would love Crossroads Plaza, an outdoor shopping destination that was first opened in the 1990s. It has more than 70 stores that include Toys "R" Us, Best Buy, Dick's Sporting Goods, DSW Shoe Warehouse, Bed Bath & Beyond, A.C. Moore, Marshalls, Old Navy, PetSmart, Stein Mart, Michaels, and Total Wine & More. You can also go to Cary Towne Center, where you have 130 stores in more than 1 million square feet of space. It is anchored by Belk, JCPenney, Macy's and Dillard's. Then you could check out the many local businesses that offer great merchandise. Some of the most notable include Cary Quilting Company, Olde Loft Antiques, Gather, Beautimous Beads, and Tibetan Himalayan Gift Shop.
There are three golf courses in the city: MacGregor Downs Country Club, Lochmere Golf Club, and Prestonwood Country Club.
There are six sites in Cary that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For one, you have the Cary Historic District, which has 18 acres of space that includes buildings sporting Queen Anne-, bungalow- and craftsman-style architecture. It also has several notable buildings such as the Cary Elementary School, the Dr. John P. Hunter House, the Esther Ivey House and the Captain Harrison P. Guess House. Two other districts on the register are Carpenter Historic District and Green Level Historic District. You also have the 1870s Ivey-Ellington House and the federal-style Nancy Jones House, which was built in the 1800s. You can also go to the Page-Walker Hotel, which is now the Page-Walker Arts & History Center.
Check out the Fred G. Bond Metro Park, where you have 310 acres of space and is one of the biggest municipal parks in the county. The park has several features, including Bond Lake, a boathouse, a challenge ropes course, the Sertoma Amphitheatre, Kiwanis Picnic Shelter, Lazy Daze Playground, Buehler Picnic Shelter, athletic fields, trails that go for more than four miles, and the Compost Education Center.
Then head over to Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve and check out the unique animals and plants, trails, an educational center, boardwalks, and a gift shop. Then there’s Apex Community Park, which has 160 acres of space and which features ball fields, batting cages, soccer fields, sports courts, playground, picnic areas, fishing facilities, and trails. It has a lake that covers more than 50 acres of space and that allows you to go kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, sailboarding, and john boating.