A city with around 30,000 residents, Morristown has several attractions that you could visit on a bus rental in Morristown, Tennessee.
A bus rental in Morristown, Tennessee can take you to the following places:
The Rose Center was built in the 1890s as the city's first coeducational public high school and features late Victorian architecture. It is now being operated as a community cultural center that includes gallery spaces, classrooms and meeting rooms. The Rose Center has permanent collections that are related to local history, and also art exhibits. Meanwhile, the Crockett Tavern Museum is also part of the national register and was built in the 1950s. The museum includes a log cabin that is reminiscent to John Crockett's tavern, while the museum has exhibits focused on David Crockett, the folk hero.
Then you have the interesting annual events such as the Taste of Morristown, Lay'd Out at the Park Car Show, Morristown Strawberry Festival, SkyMart Car Show, Tennessee Disc Golf Championships, Davy Crockett's Birthday Celebration, Arts in the Park, Holiday Market Place and Festival of Trees and the Holiday Craft Show and Open House.
Go shopping at the College Square Mall, where you have at least 50 specialty shops and huge department stores. Then you have the best restaurants in the city, which includes Jersey Girl Diner, Java Garden, Redbud Deli, Don Pancho, Pal's Sudden Service, Little Dutch Restaurant, Hillside Grill, and Sakura Japanese Steak House.
This is Tennessee's disc golf capital with three disc golf courses that you can visit. These are the Cherokee Park Disc Golf Course at Cherokee Park, Morristown Rotary Disc Golf Course at Frank Lorino Park, and Kiwanis Disc Golf Course at Wayne Hansard Park. Then there are the three golf courses you can play on: Morristown Golf & Country Club, the Country Club Inc., and the Millstone Golf Club.
Visit the eight sites in the city that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Aside from the Rose Center and the Crockett Tavern Museum, you should also visit Morristown College Historic District, which includes Morristown College, an African American institution that was founded in the 1880s and closed in the 1990s. Some of the architectural styles that you could find in the buildings of the 52 acre campus includes colonial revival, late Victorian and Georgian revival. Other nationally registered sites include Barton Springs, the Hamblen County Courthouse, Phillips House, Rural Mount, and the U.S. Post Office.
Go to Cherokee Lake and enjoy more than 30,000 acres of water that gives rise to more than 460 miles of shoreline. The lake is shared by four counties in Tennessee and Morristown is one of the surrounding towns. There are several marinas in the vicinity and you can visit Cherokee Park where you have 178 acres of space that gives you awesome mountain views, walking trails, playgrounds, picnic facilities, camping near the lake and a boat dock.
Or go to the Panther Creek State Park, which offers you more than 1,400 acres of space where you could see wildlife, or go on the hiking trails, horseback riding trails, and mountain biking trails. You also have access to a boat ramp, swimming pool, picnic facilities and camping sites. Other than that you can also go to the more than a dozen city parks, such as Martin Luther King, Jr. Park, Fred Miller Park, Jaycee Field Dog Park, Long Reel Track, Talley Ward Recreation Center, Walters Park, West Elementary Park, and Wildwood Park.
See the animals at Briarwood Auto Safari. You go on a four-mile drive that takes you through pasture lands and beautiful hills so that you could see animals from all around the world in one place.
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