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Enjoy the Parks and the History with a Bus Charter in Gallatin, Tennessee

The seat of Sumner County, Gallatin is home to around 31,000 residents and is also the headquarters of some of the best known companies in the country, including Beretta, Gap, Inc., and Servpro Industries.

Get on a bus charter in Gallatin, Tennessee and tour these places with your friends and family members:

Restaurants & Shopping

If you get hungry, do not worry because the city has great restaurants that you can try. That includes Campione's Taste of Chicago, Crescent City Poboys, Top Hog, Swaney Swifts, Osaka Japanese Restaurant, and Mama's Kitchen, among many others.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Avid golfers have a handful of golf courses to choose from in Gallatin. These are Long Hollow Golf Course, Gallatin Country Club, and the three courses at the Club at Fairvue Plantation.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

More than a dozen sites in Gallatin are entered into the National Register of Historic Places. The Trousdale Place is a mansion that is built on 1.5 acres of land. It was the home of John H. Bowen who was a member of the United States House of Representatives. It was also the home of Tennessee governor William Trousdale. The home has a Federal style architecture and was added to the register in the 1970s. You could also visit Rose Mont, a Greek revival style structure designed by Josephus Conn Guild and built in the 1840s. Other interesting homes that you should go to include Oakley, Cragfont, James B. Jameson House, Mary Felice Ferrell House, and the Trousdale-Baskerville House.

Then visit the Gallatin Presbyterian Church, which was built in the 1830s and has a Greek revival architecture. You could also explore the Gallatin Commercial Historic District, the city's downtown square. Most of the buildings here are more than 50 years old and sports gothic revival, late Victorian and a host of other styles.

Other nationally registered historic sites include Maple Cottage, Maple Shade, Oakland, Wall Spring, Walnut Grove, and Williamson and Adams Carriage Factory.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Be sure to drop by the city's parks and other recreational facilities. Enjoy the 161 acres of Lock 4 Park where you can go mountain biking, have a picnic, go boating or fishing. Or enjoy the football fields, softball fields, baseball fields, disc golf course, playground, hiking trail, picnic facilities and the dog park at Triple Creek Park. This is the city's biggest park with 185 acres of space.

Then check out the Municipal Park where you can enjoy a baseball game. You can also appreciate the softball fields, multi-use field, tennis and sand volleyball court here, as well as the swimming pool, horseshoe pits, picnic facilities and playground. Then you have six acres of Clearview Park where you could play softball and basketball.

Further, there's Thompson Park, the first community park in the city, opened in the 1940s. It features baseball fields, basketball and volleyball courts, skate park, picnic facilities and walking track. You could also check out the Bledsoe Creek State Park, Station Camp Greenway, and Calico Jack's Boat and RV for more fun outdoors.

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