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Rent a Bus Charter in Muskogee, Oklahoma and Tour the State's River and Music City

Muskogee, Oklahoma

The city of Muskogee is the county seat of Muskogee County in Oklahoma. It is home to more than 40,000, making it the 11th largest city in the state. The city is nicknamed "Oklahoma's River City" and "Oklahoma's Music City." Why don't you get on a bus charter in Muskogee, Oklahoma and learn more about the city?

Arts, Culture & History

The city has six museums you can visit:

  • Five Civilized Tribes Museum, which preserves the art, culture, and history of the Five Civilized Tribes -- the Cherokee, the Chickasaw, the Choctaw, the Muscogee, and the Seminole tribes.
  • Three Rivers Museum, which chronicles the past of the Three Rivers area and its surrounding railroads. This museum, which is housed in a 1916 railroad depot has exhibits on local multi-ethnic history.
  • The U.S.S. Batfish and War Memorial Park, whose major attraction is the submarine USS Batfish.
  • The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, which has exhibits in honor of Oklahoma musicians since 1997.
  • The Thomas-Foreman Historic Home, which is an 1898 farm house preserved with the furnishings of the Indian Territory Judge John R. Thomas and his daughter and son-in-law Grant and Carolyn Foreman, who are Oklahoma historians and authors.
  • The Ataloa Lodge, which can be found on the campus of Bacone College and which houses many interesting artifacts.

You might also want to visit Honor Heights Park, which is a World War I memorial park that is notable for its azaleas. And if you ever plan your trip to the city in April, you should make it in time for the annual Azalea Festival. And if you visit during the winter, the park transforms into the Garden of Lights, with its Christmas lights display.

You can also check with the Muskogee Little Theater if you are into performing arts. The theater puts on eight shows every year. Or you can go and see what's in store at the historic Roxy Theater.

The city also has national historic districts you can explore: Bacone College Historic District, Kendall Place Historic District, Muskogee Depot and Freight District, and Pre-Statehood Commercial District.

The National Register of Historic Places also includes historic houses, such as J.C. Welch House, A. C. Trumbo House, Andrew W. Robb House, and Grant Foreman House. Plus, there are historic churches like Central Baptist Church, First Baptist Church, First Methodist Episcopal Church, Ward Chapel AME Church, and St. Philip's Episcopal Church.

The register also includes other sites and establishments like United States Post Office and Courthouse, Railroad Exchange Building, Muskogee Municipal Building, Muskogee County Courthouse, Manual Training High School for Negroes, Fort Davis, and Escoe Building, among others.

Golf & Other Sports

Those who want to play a round of golf can head over to Cobblestone Golf Club, Eagle Crest Golf Course, or Muskogee Country Club.

You can also ask your bus charter in Muskogee, Oklahoma to take you to Love-Hatbox Sports Complex, where you can catch a game of any sport or take part in a variety of outdoor events.

Amusement Parks & Entertainment

Take the whole family to River Country Water Park and let the kids have a wonderful time at the water slides, the lazy river, the leisure pool, the interactive water playground, the Gator Walk, the Willow Creek, and the beaches.

You will also enjoy the Castle of Muskogee, which hosts festivals like the Halloween Festival, the Oklahoma Renaissance Festival, the Fourth of July Fireworks, a Christmas festival called Castle Christmas, a Zombie run, and Boare's Heade Feaste.

Shopping & Dining

If you want some retail therapy, ask your bus charter in Muskogee, Oklahoma to take your group to the Historical Business District, where you can find various specialty shops and restaurants. You can also go to Arrowhead Mall, which is anchored by Dillard's, JCPenney, and Stage.

The city also has a farmers market where you can get fresh produce.

Parks & Outdoor Venues

Enjoy the outdoors and visit parks like Beckman Park, Civitan Park, Douglas-Maxey Park, Grandview Park, Elliott Park, King Park, Gulick Park, Bill Pool Park Langston Park, Palmer Park, Rooney Park, Turner Hill Park, Community Gardens, and Spaulding Park, among others.

These parks are equipped with playgrounds, picnic areas, ball fields, green spaces, basketball courts, pools, trails, and other amenities.

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