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Charleston is ready and waiting for your charter bus group to come explore all the rugged beauty this charming town nestled in the Appalachian Mountain has to offer. Your charter bus group will enjoy the charm of this capitol city of West Virginia. With its lush terrain and rich history, there is something for everyone to enjoy on your charter bus tour.
Make West Virginia Capitol and Cultural Center your charter bus group's first stop. Your charter bus group will be viewing the largest state capitol dome in the country, which is also finished in 23 karat gold-leaf. The building itself is a work of art designed in stone and marble Italian Renaissance structure which was designed by the famous Cass Gilbert. Guided tours of these breathtakingly landscaped areas and historical statues are conducted Monday through Friday.
Your next stop on your charter bus tour of Charleston should include the Clay Center for Arts and Sciences where your charter bus group can take in this state of the art facility which has a 1,880 seat world-class theater, a discovery center, visual art displays, a planetarium, and science exhibits. The West Virginia Symphony Orchestra also makes its home here.
For a little outdoor activity with your charter bus gang, take in a game of golf. Cato Public Golf Course is the only public course within the city limits. This beautifully designed nine hole, par three golf course is well maintained and is an enjoyable course for all levels of golfers on your charter bus group. There are no sand bunkers on this course but water hazard comes into play on two holes.
Shopping is another fun past time in Charleston. Your charter bus group will enjoy the spectacular center court complete with a three story atrium which has a waterfall, lushly landscaped greenery, and soothing fountains. This shopping destination has over 130 specialty stores and if anyone in your charter bus group is feeling hunger pangs, there are six full service restaurants and a dozen fast food counters in the third level food court so your charter bus gang can grab a snack on the go.
If your charter bus group is feeling hungry, there are a myriad of great dining choices in Charleston.
The Blossom Deli is a Charleston landmark with a rich Art Deco decor. This unique restaurant will have something for every taste on your charter bus tour and features a classic deli for lunch and a contemporary American menu complemented by a jaw dropping wine list and an exciting dessert menu for dinner. They are open on Monday for breakfast and lunch only and open Tuesday through Saturday for breakfast, lunch, and dinner; closed on Sundays.
The Chesterfield House is another notable stop on your charter bus excursion in Charleston. Your charter bus group will find excellent gourmet continental cuisine, prominently featuring steak, prime rib, and seafood, is the specialty of this restaurant. If your charter bus gang is wanting a taste of something a little more exotic, there is also a Thai Room and banquet facilities. They are open Monday for lunch only and open Tuesday through Saturday for lunch and dinner; closed on Sundays.
Wrap up your charter bus tour with a stop by Sofia's Gourmet Coffee House where your charter bus group can order up a fine cup of java made to order, munch on one of their wonderful choices of muffins, scones, and biscotti. Additionally, if you have any internet addicts on your charter bus tour they can check their e-mail here!
If you're thinking of booking a charter bus tour for your group, come to Charleston, West Virginia and have a great day of making fun memories with your friends!