Collierville in Shelby County, Tennessee is a town of more than 44,000 people. This Memphis suburb was chosen as one of the Top 100 Places to Live in 2008 by Relocate-America, while its historic town square was ranked as the Best Main Street in American in 2014 by Parade Magazine. So come and see the town for yourself by getting a bus rental and charter in Collierville, Tennessee.
Visit the Lucius E. and Elsie C. Burch, Jr., Library, where you can do some research about the town and its arts and cultural heritage.
As for performing arts, you can check with the Harrell Performing Arts Theatre, which presents various shows and productions. You may also want to visit the town in time for the annual Symphony in the Rose Garden in May. The Germantown Symphony Orchestra will be performing at the lovely Rose Garden of Bob and Mary Jean Smith's home. The seated concert features over 1,000 rose bushes as backdrop. And the rose gardens will be open for picnics and tours.
Main Street also has the "Mural on Main" project, so better check it out, too. People also look forward to the "Fair on the Square" and the Summer Concert Series at the town square.
Get on a bus rental and charter in Collierville, Tennessee, and head to the Historic Town Square, where many of the town's historic sites are centered around. For example, there's the Magnolia Cemetery, which is located south of the town square and which features graves from the 1800s. The square also includes a train caboose, a log cabin, an executive train car and a historic deport. Also filling the center of the square is Confederate Park.
You should also visit the Morton Museum of Collierville History, which has a collection of Civil War memorabilia and artifacts, as well as other historic objects.
The Collierville Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Other sites included in the register are the Joseph A. Campbell House, Crisscross Lodge, Jack Dudney House, John M. Fleming Home Place, Greenlevel, J.W. Houston House, John B. McFerrin House, and John W. Thomas House.
Visit the W.C. Johnson Park, where you can get the best of nature and enjoy the best facilities. There's a scenic boardwalk, ball fields for multiple sports, lakes for fishing, a nature trail, wetlands, an outdoor classroom, a gazebo, a playground, a water spray park, and natural areas.
There's also Herb Parsons Lake, where you can have a great day fishing. A long trail borders the lake, and you can go walking or biking along this trail. There are also tables for a picnic.
Other parks in town that you may want to check out include Ashton Woods Park, Tom Brooks Park, Estanaula Park, Halle Park, Hinton Park, Nikki McCray Park, Oakmont Park, Planter's Ridge Park, Progress Road Park, Suggs Park, and Steeplechase Park, among others.
The Historic Town Square and Main Street is a great place for a truly unforgettable shopping and dining experience. You will see many specialty shops and quaint and unique boutique, as well as antique stores. The area also offers a range of dining options for you and your gang.
Ask your bus rental and charter in Collierville, Tennessee to take the entire family to the Museum of Biblical History, which houses a fine collection of archaeological artifacts and full-sized replicas of archaeological discoveries from Bible lands. You will see items like maps, images, stones, and interpretive texts that date back to the time of Abraham and his wife, Sarah, as well as items that were used some 2,000 years ago.
Do not forget to book a bus rental and charter in Collierville, Tennessee to take care of your group's transportation needs as you tour the town. Call BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012.