Vienna is a historic place for your next charter bus group tour.
A great first stop for your charter bus excursion is the Wolf Trap Farm. A donation of 100 acres of farmland created the only national park dedicated to the performing arts. Given along with the land were the funds to build a 6,800-seat indoor/outdoor theater. From May through October every year, a wide variety of performances are held here; everything from classical music and jazz to rock and roll, opera and theater. There is something for everyone on your charter bus tour at this venue.
Another interesting stop for your charter bus group is at the Claude Moore Colonial Farm Living history museum which portrays family life on a small, low-income farm before the Revolutionary War, your charter bus group will have the time of their lives visiting this farm and seeing how things were down in "simpler" times.
Gadsby's Tavern Museum is a very historic stop for your charter bus excursion through Vienna. This 18th-century tavern and hotel, named for John Gadsby, who operated them from 1796 to 1808 is preserved and has a lot of original furnishings and artifacts for your charter bus group to view. George Washington himself twice attended the annual Birthnight Ball held here in his honor.
Fort Ward Museum and Historic Site is part of the network of forts and batteries built to protect Washington during the Civil War and many of them have been restored. The history buffs in your charter bus group will love this stop. Another historical destination for your charter bus gang is the Cherry Hill Farmhouse where it was literally caught in the middle between the North and South with both Union and Confederate soldiers going across the land.
Vienna has some great and varied food options, here are a couple to whet your charter bus group's appetite, Colvin Run Tavern is an exquisite dining experience with your charter bus group. With its mouth watering modern American dishes. The restaurant itself has four different dining areas representing four distinct east coast regions: Nantucket, Shenandoah, Charleston, and Camden. At 9,000 square feet, this impressive lunch and dinner venue also offers private dining for up to 12 people, and an enviable wine cellar housing 3,000 bottles.
Another fantastic venue is Nizam's. This restaurant primarily has Middle Eastern cuisine and they are known for their kebabs, "mezeler" dishes, as well as typical Middle Eastern desserts such as baklava.
If your charter bus gang is in the mood for some golf, Westwood Country Club has a game for your charter bus group. 18 holes on a well designed and challenging course. Your charter bus group can rent clubs if anyone didn't bring theirs. There is also loads of shopping available for a smile. A fun store for your charter bus group to explore is The World Bizarre, which features a truly unusual collection of food, wine, furnishings, and treasures from around the world is featured at this eclectic shop that carries items such as baskets from Bali, chocolates from Belgium, pottery from Portugal, and wines from around the world. Your charter bus gang will find something for everyone on their gift giving list.
Come to classic Vienna in your next charter bus excursion, you'll be glad you did!