Home to more than 117,000 people, Abilene is one of the most populous cities in Texas. You could go on a tour of the city via bus charter in Abilene, Texas.
A bus charter in Abilene, Texas can help ferry you to all places that you want to go to, including:
If you are looking for fun for everyone, then go to PrimeTime Family Entertainment Center, where you can enjoy a variety of activities including NASCAR simulators, laser tag, bowling alley, bumper cars and other amenities.
You should also visit the Play Faire Park, which is among the oldest miniature golf courses in Texas.
You can go to Frontier Texas! The museum features life-sized holographic figures that tells you the story of Texas, the Texas Frontier and all the experiences you would have had back then such as wolf attacks, buffalo stampeded and a shootout. Then check out the Grace, another museum that focuses on the best of the state's artworks and that features a Children's Museum, educational programs, and several events.
Then check out the National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature, which pays tribute to the best children's book authors and illustrators.
Finally, check out the Storybook Sculptures that dot the city's downtown area. Other arts-related attractions you could find here include the 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum, the Center for Contemporary Arts, Cockerell Galleries and Studios.
The city has close to five dozen sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This includes several districts such as Abilene Commercial Historic District, Sayles Boulevard Historic District, and State Epileptic Colony Historic District.
Most of these sites are houses, which are architecturally and historically significant. You can get a bus charter in Abilene, Texas and visit all of these historic houses, which include Albert S. and Ruth Goodloe House, Nathan J. and Nancy Roberts House, and O. D. and Ada Dillingham House.
Then you have the warehouses such as Ed S. Hughes Company Warehouse, Horace O. Wooten Grocery Company Warehouse, and James M. Radford Grocery Company Warehouse, plus other commercial and public buildings such as the 1915 Taylor County Courthouse, Federal Building, and West Texas Utilities Company Power Plant.
Other historic sites you could find here include Abilene Christian College Administration Building, First Presbyterian Church, and Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
Check out the Nelson Splash Pad, which has close to 3,000 square feet of space and features more than two dozen water features. Also visit the city's many parks for more outdoor recreation opportunities. Cal Young Park has facilities for baseball, disc golf, and roller hockey, while Redbud Park and Lake Kirby Park has baseball and softball fields and Rose Park Tennis Center has 15 lighted tennis courts. Other parks you could find here include Cobb Park, Jackson Park, Rose Park Recreation Center, Scarborough Park, Sears Park, Will Hair Park, and YMCA Redbud Park.
Lastly, the city is home to several golf courses such as Fairway Course at Abilene Country Club, Abilene Country Club, Willow Creek Golf Center, Maxwell Golf Course, and Diamond Back Golf Club.
Visit the Abilene Zoo, which has more than 900 animals from 250 different species, as well as other features such as the Wetlands Boardwalk, the Reptile House, the Caribbean Cove, the Adventure Center and the Elm Creek Backyard.
Call us at 1-866-569-2012 and reserve your bus charter in Abilene, Texas today.