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Hop into a Bus Rental and Charter in Spartanburg, South Carolina and Get Ready to Explore

A city of more than 37,000 people, Spartanburg is the biggest city in and the seat of Spartanburg County. Get a bus rental and charter in Spartanburg, South Carolina and explore the city today.

A bus rental and charter in Spartanburg, South Carolina can help you tour the following places:

Arts & Culture

Spartanburg is home to several art galleries where you can see the best artworks from local and national artists. Be sure to visit some of these galleries, including Art Lounge, Carolina Gallery, Curtis R. Harley Art Gallery, Gallery East, HUB-BUB, Mary Ellen Suitt Art Gallery, Milliken Art Gallery, Sandor Teszler Library Gallery Martha Cloud Chapman Gallery, Z Art Group, TJC Gallery, Touchable Art Gallery, West Main Artists Cooperative, and Wet Paint Syndrome. More importantly, check out the exhibits at Spartanburg Art Museum where you have a permanent collection of contemporary art and other historic pieces. Or learn more about science, technology and nature at the Spartanburg Science Center.

Then go to Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium, the Showplace of the South. This is one of the finest in the United States and can easily accommodate more than 3,000 people, making it one of the biggest stages in the region. It features some of the best Broadway shows, musical entertainment and comedy acts. And then go to the Chapman Cultural Center where you can find art exhibits and performances. Or see what's happening at the District 3 Community Auditorium, which can accommodate 600 people in the audience. Other venues you should know are Tony White Theater @ Wofford College and the Twichell Auditorium.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Play in one of the town's golf courses, including Country Club of Spartanburg, the Creek Golf Club, the Carolina Country Club, and Heddles Hideaway Country Club.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

There are close to three dozen sites in town that are on the National Register of Historic Places. History buffs who are pressed for time should explore the historic districts such as Converse College Historic District, Converse Heights Historic District, Hampton Heights Historic District, Spartanburg Historic District, and Wofford College Historic District, where they can find a number of historic properties near one another. Meanwhile, those interested in design and architecture would love the historic houses, including the Alexander House, Bishop William Wallace Duncan House, Jammie Seay House and the Walter Scott Montgomery House.

You also have the historic schools (Frank Evans High School, Fremont School, and Mary H. Wright Elementary School); churches (Central Methodist Church and Church of the Advent); mills (Anderson's Mill, Arcadia Mill No. 1, and Arcadia Mill No. 2); commercial buildings (Foster's Tavern, Hotel Oregon, Palmetto Theater, American Legion Building, and Montgomery Building). Other sites on the register are Bon Haven, Cleveland Law Range, Daniel Morgan Monument, Schuyler Apartments, Walker Hall, and Walnut Grove Plantation.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

The town is a big cycling fan and Spartanburg has been named as a Bicycle Friendly Community for more than a decade now. If you want quite a challenge, go on the Assault on Mt. Mitchell, which is known to be one of the United States' toughest trails. Or you could visit the Edwin M. Griffin Nature Preserve, where you have 118 acres of land that features the Cottonwood Trail or go to the Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve where you have a 10 acre garden, woodlands, and paths. You can also go to the Milliken Arboretum, Peter's Creek Heritage Trust Preserve, Spartanburg Community College Arboretum, Upper Chinquapin Greenway, and the Susan Jacobs Arboretum. Then you can go fishing at Croft State Park, Lawson's Fork Creek, and Rainbow Lake.

You should also check out the town's parks, which give you manicured lawns, wooded lands, bike trails, tennis courts, and other features and amenities. Catch a concert at Barnet Park, or roam Duncan Park where you have more than 102 acres of space where you could watch concerts, attend activities, bike, or play softball. Other parks you can go to are Rail Tail Dog Park, Edward C Stewart Park, and Cleveland Park.

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These are just a sampling of the places you can see and visit with a bus rental and charter in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Be sure to call us at 1-866-569-2012 to reserve your bus today!