Zanesville charter bus welcomes you and your group to Zanesville! Zanesville is at the confluence of the Muskingum and Licking rivers. The community was named after Ebenezer Zane. The wonderful potteries will surely grab the Zanesville charter bus group member's attention. They will be surprised to know how well the local sand was used by glassmakers while clay deposits gave rise to potteries. One of the best known was McCoy Pottery.
One the first stops on your Zanesville charter bus is Zane Gray Museum. This modern museum has three major exhibit areas. First exhibit the charter group members will get to see is the National Road, early America's busiest land artery to the West. The National Road stretched from Cumberland, MD. to Vandalia, IL. Begun in 1806, the "Main Street of America" was the only significant land link between east coast and western frontier in the early 19th century. A 136 foot diorama of the National Road plus many objects illustrate this theme.
Baker's Motel is another lodging landmark stop of Zanesville charter bus in southeastern Ohio. Currently, Gary and Teresa Golden continue the tradition of providing quality lodging at affordable prices to travelers. Baker's Motel is located in the quaint village of Norwich, Ohio.
The village is centrally located between two historically significant cities: Zanesville and Cambridge, both are on the itinerary of Zanesville charter bus At one time, Norwich was an important stagecoach stop on the Zane Trace National Road. Today, original sections of the old Trace can be observed throughout the village by the Zanesville charter bus group members.
Zanesville, Ohio is the art pottery capital of the United States. The Zanesville charter bus group members can have a look at the rich variety of pottery that is made here. During the month of July, the annual Pottery Lovers Festival attracts pottery enthusiasts from all over the United States. Art pottery pieces crafted by Weller, Owens, Roseville, and other fine art pottery designers, are in high demand for their beauty and lasting value.
The Zanesville charter bus members can shop for these works here and take home memories of this trip. They can buy pieces to decorate homes and give as gifts.
Former U.S. Senator and astronaut John Glenn's hometown of New Concord is located 4 miles east of Norwich on Route 40. Work on the John and Annie Glenn Life Space Museum is done. The home is open for business, the Zanesville charter bus stops here also. If any one of Zanesville charter bus group members fancies deer hunting, Muskingum County is for you! They offer the best deer hunting at Baker's Motel.
Zanesville charter bus stops at Hickory Creek Restaurant. So that the group members can get a unique dining experience, in the log cabin restaurant, locally owned and operated.
Next stop of Zanesville charter bus is The Glass House Antique Mall, which opens daily 10a.m. 6:00p.m and is family owned and operated. This mall offers a huge selection of quality antiques to the shoppers.
The Zanesville charter bus will take its group members so that they can shop here for items.
The Zanesville charter bus group members can go to Flea Markets the last Sunday of each month starting May - September.
Ohio Pottery is some thing that no group member of Zanesville charter bus would like to miss. Zanesville charter bus members are offered here an abundance of locally produced pottery including kitchenware and outdoor lawn decorations in addition to a wonderful variety of other items.