Terre Haute by Charter Bus
Terre Haute, Indiana is rich in history and a charter bus can help your group experience that history. Your charter bus can take you to the Historical Museum of the Wabash Valley. Here you will find the Sage-Robison-Nagel house from the mid-19th century with a restored schoolroom, toy shop and country store. As the place of birth of the Coca-Cola bottle, this Terre Haute museum hosts a Coca-Cola artifacts collection (including exclusive items in the gift shop).
Terre Haute was also the birthplace of composer Paul Dresser. His home is now a State Shrine and Memorial, and a great place to visit by a Terre Haute charter bus.
An educational charter bus tour is of CANDLES Holocaust Museum, dedicated to the twins who survived the experiments by Dr. Mengele. The museum contains student writings, letters, and lists of the twins used in the Nazi experiments. Your charter bus can also take you to political activist Eugene V. Debs' home. See furnishings, photos and artifacts of this union leader.
The Swope Art Museum should also be a stop for your Terre Haute charter bus. It features collections of 19th and 20th century American art. A charter bus can also take children to the museum for the summer youth art program. Courses are offered on drawing, painting, crafts, sculpture and other visual arts.
Your group can travel by a charter bus to the Clark-Landsbaum Deming Park Holly Arboretum. It has 10 species of over 350 holly plants. Located on public grounds the arboretum is free of charge.
Tour by charter bus the historic Terre Haute Brewery. And when you're finished sampling, you'll be glad to take the charter bus back home!
Make history come alive by booking your group with a Terre Haute charter bus.