Easy Cruising around Salisbury during your Visit with a Charter Bus
Learn More about Salisbury by Visiting Museums, Arboretum, Parks and Attend Festivals
Because of Salisbury’s topography and cityscape, many of its cultural activities and festivals are focused on bringing people outdoors and these activities are usually held in large parks. It is a clear indication as we take a look at the city’s calendar of events which promotes the city’s natural beauty. In a lot of ways, Salisbury University has a huge role to play when it comes to promoting the residents’ quality of life.
Regardless of your inclination or age, there is always something for visitors to do during their visit to this quaint city of Maryland. You can catch the latest performances at The Wicomico Youth and Civic Center, be amazed at the sheer quality of sculptures on display at Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art or catch a game in Arthur W. Perdue Stadium.
There is also an endless number of good event venues located throughout the city and if you are planning a wedding reception, group gathering, promotional tour, family vacation, corporate function, business meeting, church outing, school field trip or a festival, you will be spoiled for choice. US Coachways, in the meantime, have just the right charter bus, party bus, mini bus, coach charter, school bus, sleeper coach, airport transport or other large and medium-sized vehicle to suit your needs.
Discover a Quaint and Unique Side to Maryland’s Salisbury
As you explore each one of Salisbury’s attractions and points of interest, you will soon get charmed with its layers and diversity. Below, we have outlined some of Salisbury’s best theaters, museums, parks and historical landmarks.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — To get their dose of entertainment, the locals know that they have The Wicomico Youth and Civic Center to count on to bring them the best of shows, concerts, plays and also a great, affordable venue to hold sports events, trade shows, exhibitions, meetings, receptions as well as promotions. The building has a rich historical and cultural background and visitors love to visit the center to take a picture or two on their way to other attractions.
- Art & Cultural — Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, located on Schumaker Drive, was named one of the most successful and unique specified art museums in the world. It features sculptures and decoy carvings of wildfowl at its Welcome Theater, Habitat Theater, Decoy in Time, Art Lamay Gallery, Decoy Study Library, The Ward Brothers’ Workshop and Championship Gallery.
- Restaurants & Shopping — Looking for a good deal shopping in downtown Salisbury? Remember to stop by Downtown Plaza on the 3rd Friday of the month where there will be great discounts and free art and entertainment provided by local talents. On the third weekend of every April, visitors are also treated to a 3-day feast on Pork BBQ at Winterplace Park.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues – Fans of baseball should not miss the chance to catch a game at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium when the chance presents itself. The stadium is home to the Baltimore Orioles. However, the stadium is worth a visit even when there isn’t a game on because it is Salisbury’s second largest seating venue and there is an interesting hall of fame for visitors to explore and learn about past heroes of the sport. If you are lucky enough to be catching a game, there are no bad seats in this relatively small stadium. You can catch all the action regardless of seats. Head over to A Game of Golf Academy for a short golfing crash course from trained PGA and golf teachers and educators who provide group and one-on-one training.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks — Visiting Poplar Hill Mansion on Elizabeth Street will take visitors back in time with their 1700s mansion architecture and furnishing. Some of the things that visitors will notice are the floor to ceiling height, a large hold façade, olden sash and Palladian windows. There are also rumors of the ‘consoling spirit’ of a slave girl who died in the home. Take the guided tour because they are free and contribute to the upkeep of the mansion as a historical site at the end of the tour.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — The Salisbury University Arboretum was first known as Salisbury State University Arboretum with its first collection being started in 1985. It continues to be one of Maryland’s largest gardens. The entire University was officially declared an arboretum by the American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta in 1988. Today, the arboretum holds more than 2,000 species of plants and flowers and growing! Every year, new species and indigenous plants are added to its collection. Visitors can also take the chance to explore sculptures of Diana, The Prodigal Son, Ishmael, Coquelin Cadet, Fallen Angel, Henry David Thoreau and Brotherly Love, amongst others.
- Zoos & Aquariums — Salisbury Zoo’s formal name is Salisbury Zoological Park and it is a 12-acre free wildlife sanctuary for North and South America. The zoo is now home to hundreds of animals ranging from alligators, flamingos, turtles, macaws, owls, raptors, wolves, jaguars, sloths and more. If you are bringing young kids with you, end the trip with a stopover at the zoo’s park or have a picnic with your loved ones on the zoo grounds
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