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Get a Bus Charter in Wilson, North Carolina and Explore the City

The seat of Wilson County, Wilson is home to around 50,000 people and its population is rapidly growing. Get on a bus charter in Wilson, North Carolina and see this wonderful city.

A bus charter in Wilson, North Carolina can take you to the following places:

Arts & Culture

Go to the Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park where you can find the artist's artworks, which he called Whirligigs. Then visit the Arts Council of Wilson, which is located inside the former BB&T building and features the Wilson Arts Center, the Edna Boykin Cultural Center, the G.R. Hammond Gallery, and the Annie Boykin Gallery in the Arts.

Take the kids to the Imagination Station Science and History Museum, where they can learn more about science and history through interactive exhibits. Meanwhile, the Lauren Kennedy & Alan Campbell Theatre at Barton College is a black box theater and is home to Theatre at Barton. You can also go to the Lowe Celebration Hall, Barton College Art Museum, and Art Ventures.

Restaurants & Shopping

The city has more than two dozen antique stores and reproduction services that you can buy from. Some of the best include Bobby Langston Antiques, Boone's Antiques, Etheridge Design & Handcrafted Reproductions, Whitley's Treasures in Wood, and Jean's Antiques.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Check out the golf courses in Wilson, including Willow Springs Country Club, Happy Valley Golf Course, Wilson Country Club, and Wedgewood Golf Course.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

The Gen. Joshua Barnes House was built in the 1840s and has a Greek revival design. The 3.9-acre house was home to Gen. Barnes, who is widely regarded as the father of Wilson County. The house is one of the many that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, which also includes the Davis-Whitehead-Harriss House, the Olzie Whitehead Williams House, the Joseph John Pender House, and the Moses Rountree House.

You can also check out the historic districts, which contain several historic structures near each other. For instance, the Broad-Kenan Streets Historic District has close to 300 contributing buildings built from the 1890s to the 1940s and sporting a variety of fine colonial revival, Queen Anne and bungalow or American craftsman architectural styles. Other historic districts in the city are East Wilson Historic District, Old Wilson Historic District, Upper Town Creek Rural Historic District, West Nash Street Historic District, Wilson Central Business - Tobacco Warehouse Historic District, and Woodard Family Rural Historic District.

You could also go to Branch Banking, Cherry Hotel, and the Wilson County Courthouse, all of which are listed on the national register.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Check out the gardens that dot the city. These include the Wilson Rose Garden, which has more than 1,100 plants and 165 rose varieties. You could also have a picnic here in order to admire the roses better. Meanwhile the Wilson Botanical Gardens has a tree collection, turf grass species and other plants that could be used to landscape your home. It also has butterfly and bird gardens, as well as the Children's Secret Garden. All in all, it has more than 235 plant species. Then you have the Library Rose Garden where you have 24 varieties of hybrid tea roses.

Get a free online quote for a bus charter in Wilson, North Carolina by calling 1-866-569-2012.

These are just a few of the places that you can find in the city, so rent a bus charter in Wilson, North Carolina from BusRental.com.