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Tennessee is one of the major tourist states in the United States. What is the best way to get around Tennessee (TN)? A charter bus is by far the easiest way for you to navigate the beauty we call Tennessee. This fertile land with musical roots attracts worldwide visitors the year around, usually around 42 million annually. Imagine this scene on a charter bus. Many of the visitors to Tennessee enjoy Beale Street, Chattanooga Choo-choo, the Grand Ole Opry, Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort, and Graceland. Memphis, the largest city in Tennessee, has many of the state's famous resort centers. Other popular resort cities include Knoxville, Chattanooga, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and Nashville, Tennessee's state capital. A US Coachways charter bus can do it all. Where do you want to go?
Tennessee has been nicknamed the Volunteer State because of high number of soldiers who bravely gave their lives in the Battle of New Orleans. Additionally, the state has the most number of soldiers who fought in the War Between the States. Charter a bus to Mud Island River Park, and view the museum's Civil War collection, in the Mississippi River Museum, as well as exhibits on the exploration to the area, transportation history, and music.
Partly as a result the mild to moderately warm climate for most of the year, and low cost of living, millions of older people spend their retirement years in the state. charter bus senior groups on coach buses equipped with air conditioning so they can ride safely in comfort. charter bus a group to any of the 54 state parks, places to fish, and golf courses. Charter a bus to Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, the area between Lake Barclay and Kentucky Lake. Visitors may hike the trails, bicycle, ride horseback, fish, hunt, swim, shop or camp on the grounds.
The mild to warm climate makes Tennessee a year-round vacationland. charter bus a group to one of the most famous sites in Nashville, the Grand Ole Opry. This place where country music is celebrated, as the longest running live radio program in the world, is always filled with activity. charter bus your group/party to the Grand Ole Opry Museum--picture a charter bus to get you there.
The city of Memphis, in southwestern Tennessee, is the birthplace of blues. It has the second most-visited site in the U.S.—Elvis Presley's home, Graceland. Attractions include the International BBQ Cooking Contest, Beale Street, Cotton Row, Jack Daniels Distillery, Memphis Botanical Gardens, and the Peabody Hotel. You can tour the Victorian Village Historic District on a charter bus. People enjoy touring the Magevney House, built in 1836, which is best known for its furnishings acquired with the original family's wealth from cotton crops. Plan to charter bus a trip to Slave Haven/Burkle Estate Museum to view the remnants of the Underground Railroad or plan to charter bus a trip to the Blues City Cafe for late night entertainment. charter bus to Peabody Place for serious shopping and browsing through their many retail stores.
Tennessee is 42,146 square miles, and the 36th largest state. With farmland, mountains, valleys, and plateaus, visitors can charter bus through the state and see all it has to offer. You can charter bus a tour through the Blue Ridge, Appalachian Ridge and Valley region, the Appalachian Plateau, the Highland Rim, the Nashville Basin, or the Gulf Coast Plain. You may decide to charter bus a group on a scenic tour of the Tennessee roadways via Cherohala Skyway, Great River Road, or Natchez Trace Parkway, and take in their history.
Maybe your group would like to charter bus a trip to Oak Haven Resort, in Sevierville, where modern cabins offer luxurious pampering and a peaceful retreat. Charter bus groups for special events such as the National Championship Motorcycle Trials, Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Regatta, Charlie Daniels Championship Rodeo, or the NASCAR Winston Cup. Tennessee has professional football and hockey teams. Golfing, horseback riding, and fishing are popular. Think charter bus to get you to these exciting events without the hassles of driving in traffic.
Think charter bus for a tour of the Chattanooga Choo-choo. Visitors can dine at the many restaurants in this large complex, or stroll the gardens, shop, and even sleep in the famous train cars. Or visit Lookout Mountain, for a complete view of the city, on a charter bus of your choice. Tour the Ridge and Valley Region of Tennessee on a charter bus. The Blue Ridge Mountains give way to the Appalachian Ridge and Valley Region of Tennessee, where the area is covered in wooded land and fertile valleys. Visit the Burgess Falls State Natural Area, where there is a 130 foot waterfall. People can hike, or picnic in the area.
The Centennial Sportsplex is the home for the Nashville Predators, Tennessee's national hockey team. To get your group to this area for recreation and fitness, think charter bus. Charter a bus and take a group to one of the world's best places to stay, Blackberry Farm in Walland. Relax in the romantic atmosphere with the Appalachian Mountains as the backdrop. Dine in style with the elegance of French and Southern cuisine. Charter a bus and take a group to Ober Gatlinburg Ski resort. Visitors can enjoy indoor ice skating, skiing, snow boarding, shopping, and dining around town.
When you think Tennessee (TN) and your travel needs, think charter bus by US Coachways, Inc.