Home to more than 34,000 people, Columbia is the seat of Maury County. There are several attractions here that you could visit on a bus charter in Columbia, Tennessee.
A bus charter in Columbia, Tennessee can take you to the following places:
Do check out some of the city's local businesses. There is Accents & Antiques, where you could find great vintage stuff, either for your friend or for yourself. Or check out the city's best restaurants, such as the River Terrace, Puckett's Gro & Restaurant, Square Market and Cafe, Christy's 6th Street Restaurant, and Jumbo House.
There are two golf courses you can play in when you visit Columbia. There is the Graymere Country Club where you have 18 holes of golfing fun, measuring more than 6,300 yards at the longest tees. The course has a rating of 70.3, a par of 72, and a slope rating of 123. It was first opened in the 1930s. Or you could play at Stoneybrook Golf Club, where you have an 18-hole course that measures close to 5,900 yards at the longest tees. It has a 70 par, 69.7 course rating and a 120 slope rating. The course was first opened in the 1960s.
With three dozen sites in the city listed on the National Register of Historic Places, history buffs would have a lot of places to go to and check out. Visit the Zion Presbyterian Church, which was built in the 1840s and which sports a Greek revival architecture. The church was added to the register in the 1970s and includes a cemetery that has more than 1,500 graves. Other historically and architecturally important churches are Church House, First United Methodist Church of Columbia, Pleasant Mount Cumberland Presbyterian Church, St. John's Episcopal Church, and St. Peter's Episcopal Church.
Then you can explore the many historic districts and save time when you see historic buildings that are close together. These districts include Ashwood Rural Historic District, Columbia Commercial Historic District, Columbia West End Historic District, and West Sixth Street and Mayes Place Historic District.
The oddly named Rattle and Snap is a mansion that was built in the 1840s and sports Greek revival architecture. This was the home of George W. Polk and it is the biggest and most extravagant mansion in the entire county, a fact that is made even more stark when you consider that it was built from slave labor. Other houses you should go to include Dr. Samuel Mayes House, James K. Polk House, Lucius Frierson House, Patrick Maguire House, Polk Sisters' House and the Washington Miller House. Other nationally registered historic sites are Beechlawn Advance and Retreat, Clifton Place, Columbia Central High School, Columbia Hydroelectric Station, Elm Springs, Hamilton Place, Pillow Place, State Bank of Tennessee, The Athenaeum, and Union Station.
Visit the Woodland Park, a gated park that has five dozen acres and features picnic facilities, playground areas, tennis courts, multi-use trails, an amphitheater, volleyball court, koi pond, and monuments and memorials, as well as wide open spaces. Fairview Community Center and Park has 30 acres of space that includes two playground spaces, picnic shelters, a pool, tennis and basketball courts, a baseball fields, and wide open spaces.
Then you have Ridley Park, where you can play softball or baseball. Other parks and facilities maintained by the city include Armory Recreation Center, Betty Lee Park, Cook Soccer Park, Eva Gilbert Park, Frierson Johnson Park, Old Hickory PArk, Pop Geers Monument, and West Haven Park.
These are just some of the places that you could visit on a bus charter in Columbia, Tennessee. Be sure to call BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012 and reserve your bus in just minutes!