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Rent a Charter Bus in Bartlett, Tennessee and See the City's Attractions

Bartlett, Tennessee

Bartlett is home to more than 54,000 people, making it the second largest city in Shelby County and the 10th largest in the state of Tennessee. Visitors will find plenty of things to see and do in the city, so get on a charter bus in Bartlett, Tennessee, today and give the area a tour.

Arts & Culture

Check the Bartlett Performing Arts & Conference Center, where you can catch various performances and other event. You can also go to the Bartlett Branch Library, a place where you can find children- and family-friendly programs, arts and crafts sessions, musical programs, animal encounters, book signings, reading clubs, and other activities.

There are also festivals in the city that you may want to witness and experience. You have the Bartlett Festival and Car Show, a free weekend family event during early fall that features live music, a carnival, amateur cooking contests, arts and crafts, children's activities, food, vendors, and a car show. There's also the Pickin' Picnic Bluegrass Festival every spring which honors the legacy of Lucy Opry and of bluegrass music.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Get on a charter bus in Bartlett, Tennessee, and take a tour of the Bartlett Station Historic District, where you can find historic structures. There are industrial and retail businesses, churches, old houses, and city amenities.

There are two places in the city that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places: the Nicholas Gotten House, which was built in 1871 in the New England saltbox style and which now houses the local history museum called the Bartlett Museum; and the John H. McFadden House.

You may also want to visit the Davies Manor Plantation, which includes the oldest log house in Shelby County, a gristmill, several gardens, walking and nature trails, and other outbuildings.

Sports & Recreation

Head out to the Bartlett Recreation Center, which has sports and recreational facilities like a swimming pool, basketball courts, racquetball courts, a running track, and workout rooms.

There's also the Bartlett Boulevard Soccer Park, which has lighted soccer fields as well as a space for other field games. Meanwhile, Easthill Park has athletic fields, a fitness trail, and a playground for kids.

Ellendance Park, on other hand, has lighted athletic fields, tennis courts, and other amenities like a playground, a picnic area, a fitness trail, and a pavilion. Other parks in the city with athletic fields and facilities for other sports are W.J. Freeman Park, Freeman Smith Park, Deermont, Shadowlawn, Dixon/Brewer Park, and Madison Arthur Byrd Park.

Parks & Outdoors

You can take the kids and the whole family to any of the city's parks and outdoor destinations, where you can enjoy open spaces, playgrounds, picnic areas, walking trails, lakes, and other amenities, as well as admire the beauty of nature.

You can go to Nesbit Park, the Municipal Park, Rivercrest Park, Quail Ridge, Rockyford Park, Stoneridge Park, Sugartree Park, and Yale Road, among others. You can also explore the 90 acres of Rivercrest Natural Area.

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