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Get on a Bus Charter in Smyrna, Tennessee and Explore the Town with Family and Friends

Located in Rutherford County, Smyrna is a town of around 40,000 residents. Explore the town on a bus charter in Smyrna, Tennessee today.

You can invite up to 60 friends and family member to go with you on a bus charter in Smyrna, Tennessee, as you tour these places:

Restaurants & Shopping

There are several shops and stores that you could buy from in Smyrna. Drop by Remember When Antiques, Gifts, and Collectibles and get the best deals on antique items and vintage stuff. On top of that, you can also visit the local businesses in town.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

There are two courses within Smyrna Golf Course. The Smyrna Course has 18 holes and more than 6,4000 yards at the longest tees. Ed Conner designed the 1970s golf course that has a par of 72, course rating of 70.4 and a slope rating of 120. The Executive Course is a nine-hole course that was designed by Cooper and Loflin. The course measures more than 1,500 yards at the longest tees and has a 29 par.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

There are two locations in Smyrna that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. First is the Sam Davis Home, which is representative of a middle class house on a farm during the time it was built. The Greek revival elements are still very much evident today, giving you a glimpse into what a typical farm looked like back then. The state bought the home in the 1920s with the full intention of preserving the home of the Boy Hero. Most of the original decorations and furnishings of the house are still on display today.

Then you can also visit the Dillon Tucker Cheney House, also known as Idler's Retreat. It sports a Greek revival architecture that has Italianate elements.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Visit the Walden Pumpkin Farm, where the entire family can enjoy several activities such pumpkin picking, going on hayrides, or interacting with the farm animals. Then see the town's beautiful parks. The Gregory Mill Park has a walking trail, picnic facilities, and a splash pad. Or you can play basketball, have a picnic or enjoy the playground at Hilltop Rosenwald Park.

You can also check out the J.J. McWilliams Old Rock School Park, where you have a greenway trail, picnic facilities and a playground. But if you are looking to play sports, then the ideal destination is the Lee Victory Recreation Park where you can play basketball, football, softball, tennis and volleyball. Other amenities here include playgrounds, picnic pavilions, a greenway trail, and horseshoe pits.

You can also have a picnic at Pioneer Park, or at Rock Springs Park. The Rotary Soccer Park has ten soccer fields and a basketball court, while the Sharp Springs Natural Area features a disc golf course, practice fields, bird blinds, fishing piers, picnic facilities, and greenway trail.

Other parks and facilities you can go to include Todd Lane Baseball Complex, Volunteer Park, and the Downtown Train Depot.

Other Points of Interest

You can tour the Nissan Motor Manufacturing Corporation USA facility and learn more about cars and how they are made.

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