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Iconic Landmarks you Can’t Resist Visiting and Outdoor Spaces to Fall in Love with in Auburn, AL

Take the Charter Bus to Auburn’s Art Attractions, Traditional Restaurants and Gorgeous Golf Courses

At the mention of Auburn, the automatic response would be....it is one of Alabama’s most enduring and charming college towns as it is home to Auburn University. Auburn is also one of the state’s fastest growing metropolitan areas. In 2009, it was ranked as one of the best places to live in in the United States and was nicknamed ‘The Loveliest Village on the Plains’. The growth of Auburn as a city was centered around the presence of Auburn University and a few early churches. In the 1840s and 1850s, there was a rapid rise in number of schools and educational organizations in Auburn. Auburn University had its start in 1856 but it was then a Methodist college called the East Alabama Male College. The educational industry in Auburn suffered throughout various wars which includes the Civil War whereby the city was almost completely emptied out and it was a site for a hospital catering to Texan Confederate soldiers. It wasn’t until after World War I and II that Auburn began to see an influx of students again, expanding the city to outside of its original boundaries. Auburn is also home to one of the most respected and largest fine arts center in the state of Alabama, Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, home to some of the oldest artworks that dates as far back as the 14th century. Visitors should also time for the unique Telfair Peet Theater where there is strong lineup of plays and musicals throughout the year, which includes performances by the Auburn Community Orchestra and art lovers should make note of the community-based art organization of Auburn Area Community Theater, also known as AACT. And despite not having their own professional sports team, there is a very strong sports culture in Auburn, thanks to Auburn University’s NCAA Division I athletic team. In fact, the sports events in Auburn has the capacity to change the entire city’s landscape, attracting tens of thousands of fans and enthusiasts from surrounding cities.

If you’ve never tried archery, bringing the charter bus to Archery Connection in Phenix City is a fantastic idea or you can take on a dance class offered by Make Your Move Performing Arts Studio and then hang out with fellow travelers and local students at the historic Toomer’s Corner. Grand National Golf Course is a renowned and well established course that you should check out if you love golf or bring the kids out for a field trip at Mann Museum and Outdoors and then let them run around the free-for-all Kiesel Park in downtown Auburn. Whatever the event, US Coachways is happy and confident about being able to bring you to and from your event, be it a wedding, birthday party, field trip or church retreat, in a timely and professional manner. Our large fleet of vehicles includes reliable, modern and comfortable charter buses, school buses, mini buses, party buses, vans, corporate cars, coaches and limousines. Our customer service representatives are available 24/7, whether online or on the phone, so, give us a call today to find out more about how we can work together, hand in hand, with you for your future events in and around Auburn, AL.

Find Out More about Auburn’s Top Activities, Attractions, Diners and More

Auburn is the perfect place to have any type of event, being a college town with a lot of attractions, restaurants, cafes and points of interest to hang out in. Continue reading below as we outline the best places to visit and things to do in this charming town of Alabama.

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  • Entertainment & Amusement Parks —  Cyberzone is located in neighboring Opelika, approximately 15 minutes drive away from Auburn’s city center; here, visitors will get to enjoy laser tag games, maze, themed party rooms and other fun amenities in its 6,000 square foot facilities and for those who have never tried their hand in archery, bring the charter bus to Archery Connection in Phenix City. The attraction is approximately half an hour drive away and offers more than 30 lanes which are available for birthday parties and social gatherings too. Visitors can also opt for roller and inline skating at Gr8 Sk8 which hosts parties, bowling at AMF Auburn Lanes where there is also a fun arcade center and end the day by catching the latest Hollywood installment at Carmike Wynnsong 16 in downtown Auburn. The latter attraction features BigD Auditorium technology so, this will definitely not be your conventional movie night out.

  • Art & Culture — Because Auburn is essentially a college town, the art scene is a thriving one. There is the large number of art collection at Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art which has historic paintings that dates as far back as the 14th century or you can have a creativity-filled party and tour at Ceramics Studio at Bean Road Recreation Center. The Gallery is a simply-named, humble art shop and gallery that sells local and International inspiring artwork or you can check out the large studio of Phenix City Art Center which hosts classes and painting events of all types. There are also pottery and painting lessons offered by Denson Drive Recreation Center, dance workshops at Make Your Move Performing Arts Studio, Broadway productions, dance performances and cultural activities at The Opelika Center for the Performing Arts and lots of gifts, souvenirs and artwork from local artists at Opelika Art and Gift Company.

  • Restaurant & Shopping — The college city of Auburn is bursting with colors, sights and sound so, visitors have lots of options as far as entertainment, shopping and dining is concerned. There are traditional American cuisine like The Redneck Benedict offered by The Hound, delicious brisket burgers and other popular authentic Southern American dishes at Acre, huge yummy hot dogs to go with onion rings at Burgerfi, barbeque and chipped pork at Byron’s Smokehouse, affordable pizza to-go at Little Italy Pizzeria, unforgettable sandwiches at Chappy’s Deli and a large number of Mediterranean cuisine like chicken and lamb at Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe. Toomer’s Corner is a special and unique gathering space for college students, visitors and their families. It is an old-fashioned soda fountain with options for sandwiches and shakes centered around a drugstore which has been around since the late 1890s. Alternatively, you can check out the large number of malls, retail outlets, diners, cafes and coffee outlets at the heart of Opelika City.

  • Golf & Sports — Visitors can expect a large number of golf courses to enjoy and not forgetting, sporting facilities for outdoor and indoor activities. It is, after all, the special feature of a college town. There is an 18-hole golf course at Auburn Links at Mill Creek (which also has a full service restaurants for gatherings and private parties), gorgeous greens at Grand National Golf Course (a course that was included in the list of America’s Top 50 Affordable Courses, as named by Golf Digest), a challenging and free-for-all course at Tumble Tree Disc Golf Course. The Jordan-Hare Stadium is home to the Auburn Tiger of Auburn University and this is where football games are held but for baseball, the place to visit is Auburn Plainsman Park. The ballpark has a large grandstand complete with picnic areas. The Auburn Arena is located within the campus of Auburn University and the attraction can seat up to more than 9,000 basketball fans at any given time. Visitors will also get to enjoy fitness classes, games, basketball lessons at Frank Brown Recreation Center and racing events at the clay tracks of East Alabama Motor Speedway.

  • Historical Sites & Landmarks — One of the best ways to learn about a new city is to visit its historic sites and visiting Auburn is no different. You can learn about the great outdoors and its wildlife preservation efforts at Mann Museum and Outdoors, learn about the growth of the state of Alabama at Museum of East Alabama and be inspired by the work of George Washington Carver who was an American scientist, botanist, inventor and educator and Booker T. Washington. There’s also much to learn about the latter role model whose life is also depicted at The Oaks - Home of Booker T. Washington; he is the African-American educator and was an advisor to U.S. presidents. The life, beliefs, passion and work of Booker T. Washington is nothing short of inspiring, we assure you.  

  • Parks & Outdoor Activities — There’s nearly 700 acres worth of green space and 26 acre wide lake at Chewacla State Park in downtown Auburn and this is where the locals would head to for picnics, swimming and an evening with their kids but for a weekend outing, visiting the Louise Kreher Forest Ecology Preserve may seem to be a better idea. Visitors can enjoy the calming trails, beautiful gardens, playground for children, fountains and picnic areas; this is THE place for youth educational programs and summer camps too! The Kiesel Park is owned and run by the city with its community garden, pavilion and playground but for something more exciting and unconventional, bring the charter bus to The Great American Park which is an attraction with off-road activities like ATVs, trucks, dirt bikes and other motorized vehicles. Salmon Park provides the locals and visitors with a calming respite from busy city life while Davis Arboretum provides the locals with wooded areas, teaching resources for students of all ages to help them understand the local ecological environment. You can also go for horseback riding lessons or tour the area with Silver Lining Equestrian Center.

  • Zoos & Aquariums — While Southeastern Raptor Center is not a zoo, per se, but the educational lessons are in abundance at this fun attraction. It is a charitable organization with a focus on helping students understand the importance of local wildlife and their preservation. The center is also located on the grounds of Auburn University.

    US Coachways is Ready to Transport your Group to Zoos, Parks, Museums and Theaters in Auburn, AL

    US Coachways’ positive legacy goes as far back as decades ago and we have come from being a family-run ground transportation company to becoming the official charter bus provider of renowned theme parks and corporations with International reputation. We cater to events of all sizes, be it a massive conference or a private birthday party. We look forward to hearing from you when you Contact Us on our website or over the phone.

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