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Visit the City on a Bus Rental and Charter in Monroe, North Carolina

A fast growing city that currently has more than 26,000 residents, Monroe is located in Union County and has several attractions that you could explore on a bus rental and charter in Monroe, North Carolina.

A bus rental and charter in Monroe, North Carolina can help you tour with a group of up to 60 people conveniently and comfortably. Some of the places you can visit are:

Arts & Culture

Check out Music on Main that happens during the summer. Or go to the Union County Community Arts Council Gallery, where you have open houses and art exhibits. Meet artists from the city and all around the region. Then hear the Union Symphony Society play at various venues in Union County. Further, you may be visiting in time to catch the Warbirds Over Monroe Air Show, where you can view vintage aircraft do aerial stunts. The airshow happens on Veterans Day weekend.

Restaurants & Shopping

Shop at the Farmer's Market and get the chance to meet local farmers and vendors who give you the freshest fruits, vegetables, plants and even baked goods among other products. Or drop by the Sweet Union Flea Market for big bargains on great stuff.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Monroe has three 18-hole golf courses you can play on: Stonebridge Golf Club, Rolling Hills Country Club, and Monroe Country Club.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Check out the Malcolm K. Lee House, which was built in the 1910s and features a colonial revival architecture designed by G. Marion Tucker. The house is currently operated as a funeral home and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Another historic home on the register is the John C. Sikes House, which was built in the 1920s and has a classical revival architecture also designed by Tucker with the help of Louis D. Sutherland.

Meanwhile, the Monroe City Hall was built in the 1840s and was designed by several architects including David A. Covington and Aaron Little. This is widely regarded as the oldest building in the city. Then you have the Piedmont Buggy Factory that has bungalow craftsman architecture and was built in the 1910s. You can find the contributing steel water tower and a brick boiler house on the site. Further, visit the Union County Courthouse that has late Victorian architecture and was built in the 1880s. While the US Post Office in Monroe was built in the 1910s and has a classical revival design created by Oscar Wendroth.

Aside from these sites, you also have historic districts that you could visit, such as the Monroe Downtown Historic District, Monroe Residential Historic District, and the Waxhaw - Weddington Roads Historic District.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Check out the Treehouse Vineyards and the Hilton Vineyard, where you can taste the area's best wines while also enjoying beautiful scenery. Or perhaps plan a trip to Aw Shucks! Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch where you could have fun finding your way through a corn maze, enjoy hayrides, pick pumpkins, pet animals, visit a general store, go fishing, have a bonfire, go on a nature trail, and other activities.

Also visit the Monroe Aquatics and Fitness Center.

Zoos & Aquariums

Visit Why Not An American Ark, where you can pet farm animals and meet exotic animals as well. You can also ride horses here.

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