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Rent a Charter Bus in Gastonia, North Carolina and Explore the City

Gastonia, North Carolina

Home to around 72,000 people, Gastonia is the biggest city in and the county seat of Gaston County. See what the city has to offer by getting on a charter bus in Gastonia, North Carolina and taking a tour.

A charter bus in Gastonia, North Carolina can help you tour the following places:

Arts & Culture

Check out what the Gaston Arts Council has in store for you. The council hosts several arts-related events such as exhibits, artist showcases, and performances, and it also offers arts education. Or perhaps check out the works of artists that are members of Gaston County Arts Guild. Also hear the Gaston Choral Society's excellent performances, or perhaps see what the Little Theatre of Gastonia is performing. You can also watch the Gaston Dance Theater or catch an art exhibit at Art on Main.

Visit the Planetarium at Schiele Museum, the only planetarium in the Charlotte area. Meanwhile the Schiele Museum of Natural History has the most extensive collection of land mammal species in the region. You can find anything from buffalos to raccoons here. You can also check out their natural history exhibits, including an Indian village. American Military Museum is another museum that you can go to. It features military memorabilia coming from the wars that the United States fought in.

Restaurants & Shopping

Shop at Eastridge Mall, which has more than 919,000 square feet of space that accommodates around 70 stores. It is anchored by Matthews Belk, Sears, Dillard's, and JCPenney. Or you can check out Franklin Square, which is composed of different strip centers.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Play golf at one of these golf courses in the city: Linwood Springs Golf Club, Gastonia Municipal Golf Course, and Gaston Country Club. You can also watch the Gastonia Grizzlies play at the Sims Legion Park, or see the Gastonia Gargoyles play at the North Belmont Park.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

A dozen sites in Gastonia are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These include three districts with a high number of historic structures that are near each other: York-Chester Historic District, Downtown Gastonia Historic District, and Loray Mill Historic District. Then you have the historic commercial buildings such as First National Bank Building, Robinson-Gardner Building, and Third National Bank Building.

Further you have two historic houses: the David Jenkins House and the William J. Wilson House. Other nationally registered historic sites include City Hospital-Gaston Memorial Hospital, Craig Farmstead, Gaston County Courthouse, and Gastonia High School.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

The city has several parks that offer you a wide range of passive and active recreational activities, including tennis courts, basketball courts, softball fields, baseball fields, playground structures and picnic facilities, among others. These parks include the Bradley Community Park, Ferguson Park, Highland Rail Trail, Martha Rivers Youth Sports Complex, Rankin Lake Park, Smyre Millennium Park, and IC Falls Park.

You can also check out the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, the US National Whitewater Center, and the Crowders Mountain State Park.

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