Isn’t it about time for you to invite family and friends on a bus rental and charter in Staunton, Virginia and have a vacation?
There are a lot of attractions in the city that you can visit on a bus rental and charter in Staunton, Virginia. Go to:
Visit the American Shakespeare Center’s Blackfriars Playhouse, which is a faithful recreation of the bard's indoor theater. You can catch Shakespearean plays and Renaissance drama here. Or check out who's performing at CenterStage! This is where you can catch dance, music and theater performances. Or do check out the Staunton Performing Arts Center at Dixie Theater. Other performing arts groups and venues you should know are Heifetz International Music Institute, the Red Brick District, and ShenanArts.
Then you have the R. R. Smith Center for History and Art, where you can find the Augusta County Historical Society, the Staunton Augusta Art Center, and the Historic Staunton Foundation. You should also check out the many art galleries of Staunton, especially in the downtown area where you have nine fine art galleries that are very close to one another. Or attend the Red Wing Roots Music Festival.
Golfers have three courses to choose from: Gypsy Hill Golf Course, Ingleside Resort Country Club, and the Club at Ironwood.
Close to three dozen sites in Staunton are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Check out the Wharf Area Historic District where you have close to 17 acres of space that features more than 20 contributing properties. These buildings have several types of architecture including late 19th century and early 20th century styles, Greek revival, Queen Anne, federal, Pratt & Warren truss. Other historic districts you could explore include Beverley Historic District, Gospel Hill Historic District, Newtown Historic District, and the Stuart Addition Historic District.
You should also visit the Woodrow Wilson Birthplace, which now houses the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library where you could find materials, artifacts and memorabilia and just about everything related to the former US president. Other houses that a history buff would love to see include Arista Hoge House, C. W. Miller House, Catlett House, J. C. M. Merrillat House, Kable House, Sears House, Stuart House, Waverly Hill, Oakdene, and Thomas J. Michie House.
You also have historic schools such as the Booker T. Washington High School, Robert E. Lee High School, and Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind. Other historic places you could visit in the city are Augusta County Courthouse, Cobble Hill Farm, Mary Baldwin College, Main Building, National Valley Bank, Staunton National Cemetery, Trinity Episcopal Church, and Western State Hospital Complex.
Go to the Betsy Bell Wilderness Park and get breathtaking views of the Shenandoah Valley and the Blue Ridge Mountains. You can also have a picnic, hike, mountain bike and enjoy other activities at this park. Or check out the Gypsy Hill Park, where you have more than 214 acres of space that includes softball and football stadiums, a golf course, playgrounds, baseball fields, public pool, lake, gymnasium, horseshoe pits, tennis and volleyball courts, and duck pond, as well as the chance to ride the Gypsy Express Mini Train.
Meanwhile, Montgomery Hall Park has 148 acres of space that is perfect for birdwatching, hiking and getting fit. You can also play softball, tennis, disc golf, and soccer at this park, as well as play at the playgrounds or swim.
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