Huntington is a college town. The estimated population, in 2003, was 49,533. Huntington is on the Ohio River. The community was named after C.P. Huntington, railroad magnate. Hal Greer was a popular personality from this place.
Huntington charter bus will take the charter group members to places like Benjy's, Camden Park, Heritage Farm and Savannah's. Benjy's Harley Davidson Motorcycle Museum: Located at 408 4th Street, Huntington, WV 25701. The blenko glass company is another unique stop. Huntington charter bus group members can observe artisans creating unique handmade glassware that is famous throughout the world. This is the only outlet for national manufacturer glass and historical museum.
Exquisite color, skilled craftsmen, and creative designs have made Blenko famous in the ancient craft of hand-blown glass. Over the years, talented designers have developed contemporary new designs for our skilled artisans, who have learned the difficult techniques of glass blowing through many years of practice.
Camden Park is a great park for Huntington charter bus charter group .Since 1903 historic Camden Park, West Virginia's only amusement park, has been entertaining tri-state residents with 24 rides, including a Kiddieland, Roller coasters & Log Flume Ride. Games, concessions, full service cafeteria, miniature golf and picnic facilities are just some of the attractions!
Heritage Farm Museum & Village is another Huntington charter bus stop. The charter bus group members can step back in time at this farm museum and village, which preserves and recreates our Appalachian heritage and culture. The museum is comprised of more than 12 buildings, including four restored log cabins. Late 1800 log barn houses three floors of collections and display such as antique washing machines, farm implements, cooking, woodworking, spinning and weaving, etc. The village portrays community life with its display of antique cars, blacksmith shop, meeting house, steam engine and much more.
Museum of Radio & Technology is for the buffs in Huntington charter bus group. They can visit the largest radio museum in the Eastern United States. The Huntington charter bus group hundreds of old radios from the 1920's to the 1950's, telegraph items, early televisions, and complete recreation of a 1920's radio shop, library, gift shop, and much more.
Bobby Pruett's Steak House located in the Radisson Hotel, is another great stop. Dinner is served in the intimate Glass Grille, featuring certified Angus beef. Huntington charter bus group members can watch their meal being cooked to perfection on the grill through the large glass window. An extensive wine list and cocktails in the lounge makes dinner complete
Savannah's is a famous stop of Huntington charter bus.
It has southern charm and hospitality, and the finest cuisine is served in this 1903 Victorian mansion, the perfect setting for a great dining experience. The chef here prepares seasonal menus of steak, seafood and pasta dishes with special entrees on Fridays and Saturdays. Rack of lamb is a chef specialty.
Barboursville, next Huntington charter bus stop is "The Best Little Village In West Virginia." Despite the rapid growth and modernization, West Virginia's largest shopping complex, Huntington Mall, the village remains steadfastly proud of its heritage. It is this unique blend of historical, contemporary sites and quaint shops that make Barboursville a memorable stop for any visitor.
Huntington has a lot to offer your charter bus group, take an excursion this weekend with your group!
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