You can go on a bus charter in Brentwood, Tennessee and see the city. Located in Williamson County and a suburb of Williamson County, the city is home to more than 37,000 people.
There are a lot of attractions here that you can tour on a bus charter in Brentwood, Tennessee.
If you have time to kill, check out the books or read at the Brentwood Library.
There are seven different shopping centers in Brentwood that offer you the chance to shop at any of the city's local businesses or nationally known retailers. Brentwood Place Shopping Center is anchored by Stein Mart, Kroger, and TJ Maxx. While Hill Center has an array of local retailers and restaurants that you can patronize.
Cool Springs Pointe, on the other hand, has several national brands, while Cool Springs Festival is where you go if you want to shop at a Home Depot, Sally Beauty Supply, and Publix. And speaking of local businesses, some of the shops here that you should not miss out on include the Brentwood Jewelry & Gifts, The Snooty Fox, and Music City Leather.
Play at the Nashville Golf & Athletic Club, where you have 18 holes of golfing fun that measures more than 7,300 yards at the longest tees. The course has a rating of 76.1, a par of 72 and slope rating of 140. Bruce Devlin and Robert Von Hagge designed the 1970s golf course. You can also play at the Governors Club and Brentwood Country Club.
There are 20 locations in Brentwood that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Andrew Crockett House was built on a one acre land and sports a Greek revival architecture. It was built by Andrew Crockett, an early settler in the city. The John M. Winstead Houses are composed of three antebellum houses that were built in the 1800s to the 1850s. Other historic houses in the city are Constantine Sneed House, Denny P. Hadley House, James Johnston House, John Frost House, Alexander Smith House, Joseph Elliston House, Owen-Cox House, Owen-Primm House, Samuel Crockett House, Thomas Holt House, and William Martin House.
You can also go to the other nationally registered historic sites such as Fewkes Group Archaeological Site, Mooreland, Mountview, Oak Hall, Owen Chapel Church of Christ, Ravenswood, and WSM Radio Transmission Complex.
With 22 acres of space, Margaret Hayes Powell Park is a passive park that includes a multi-purpose trail. Crockett Park is the city's biggest park with more than 164 acres of space that features the following amenities: an amphitheater, eight multipurpose fields, eight baseball or softball diamonds, seven tennis courts, community playground, and open spaces. Then you also have 32 acres of space at the Granny White Park, where you can enjoy exercise and walking trails, a multi-use athletic field, tennis courts, playground, softball and baseball fields, and the Rotary Pavilion.
Meanwhile, Tower Park has 47 acres of space that features the Nutro Dog Park, multi-use fields, hiking and biking trails, and open spaces. Then you have River Park that has 46 acres of space that includes picnic facilities, basketball court, jogging and walking trail, and playground. Further, visit Deerwood Arboretum & Nature Center that has 27 acres of space where you could see wildlife and birds, jog, bike and just enjoy the plants and flowers in one of the state's recognized arboretums.
Other parks you can go to include Marcella Vivrette Smith Park, Maryland Way Park, Owl Creek Park, Primm Park, and River Park.
You can call BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012 if you want to rent a bus charter in Brentwood, Tennessee.