Cleveland is the county seat of Bradley County, Tennessee. With a population of more than 41,000, Cleveland is the largest city in the county and the 14th largest in the state. What's more, the city is ranked as the fifth largest industrially, with 12 of the Fortune 500 manufacturers having their base here. Come to "the City with Spirit" today and see what it has to offer onboard a bus charter in Cleveland, Tennessee.
Go to the Museum Center at Five Points, which is a history museum, an art museum, and a cultural center that features a variety of exhibits throughout the year. It also houses artifacts that relate to the past of the Ocoee Region of Tennessee. It also has a museum where you can get local arts and crafts.
The Lee University also holds exhibits and performances by students, faculty and guest artists. One of these is the Presidential Concert Series, where you can see top performers on stage.
As for events and festival, the city has the annual Apple Festival, which is a family event held every third weekend of October that offers a juried art and craft show, food booths, live bluegrass music, contests, entertainment, pony and hayride, and children's activities.
There's also the annual Blue Springs Valley Singing, which features amazing gospel. And there's the Cherokee Heritage Festival at Red Clay State Park which includes traditional singing and dancing, stickball, storytelling, food, artisans, Cherokee plants and uses, and 18th- and 19th-century living history demonstrations.
Ask your bus charter in Cleveland, Tennessee, to take you to Cleveland's Historic Downtown and walk through time. You will see lovely Victorian-era homes, antebellum churches, Regions Bank (the oldest continuously operating bank building in the state), The Spot (a unique restaurant that was built before 1900), and St. Luke's Episcopal Church (a Gothic Revival structure that is teeming with local folklore), among other sites.
The National Register of Historic Places has listed a couple of historic districts in town: the Centenary Avenue Historic District and the Ocoee Street Historic District. There are also old houses on the register (Tipton-Fillauer House, W.J. Hughes Business House, P.M. Craigmiles House, and P.M. Craigmiles House), as well as old churches (Broad Street United Methodist Church, First Presbyterian Church, and St. Luke's Episcopal Church).
Other sites on the register are U.S. Post Office, Red Clay Council Ground, Rattlesnake Springs, Hardwick Woolen Mills, Fillauer Brothers Building, Craigmiles Hall, Cleveland Southern Railway Depot, C.C. Card Auto Company Building, and the Blue Springs Encampments and Fortifications.
Enjoy nature and the outdoors by visiting any of the city's parks. You can go to the Red Clay State Historic Park, which encompasses 263 acres of narrow valleys that were once used as cotton and pasture land.
The Cherokee National Forest, meanwhile, gives you breathtaking views. You can hike to Benton Falls, go camping, go whitewater canoeing, fish, swim, and do other outdoor activities.
Other parks in the city include Fletcher Park, Deer Park, Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway, Tinsley Park, Johnston Park, Mike Burke Park, and many others. These parks have ball fields, playgrounds, picnic areas, trails, and other features.
Head to Bradley Square Mall, which has stores and boutiques and restaurants you can try. You also have plenty of shopping and dining options in the downtown area.
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