Bayonne Charter Bus
Bayonne is a little town with a big history. Your charter bus group will find more landmarks and important historical markers than you can shake a stick at!
The Chief John T. Brennan Fire Museum is a worthy stop on your charter bus tour. It holds many pieces of fire fighting memorabilia highlighting exactly how far fire fighting has come. Your charter bus group will enjoy looking at the State of New Jersey's oldest hand drawn hose carriage.
Bayonne has long been a boating and yachting town. There are numerous boat charters and yacht clubs for your charter bus group to take in. For the history buffs in your charter bus tour group will that early in the history of their design, almost all PT boats were manufactured in Bayonne. Another stop that is sure to please your charter bus group is The Hiker.
This magnificent statue was sculpted by Allen George Newman to commemorate the American infantrymen who fought during the Spanish-American War in 1898. The U.S. infantry men were called "hikers" during the Spanish-American War very much as the soldiers of World War II were called "GI Joe."
If you charter bus group wants something "cool" to do, a stop by the Richard L. Korpi ice rink is a must for your charter bus tour group.
After a day of sight-seeing, a good meal is in order for your tour group, as with most seaside towns, the seafood is just tops as your charter bus group will discover. Another great choice for your charter bus tour group are any of the fantastic little delis that are sprinkled here and there throughout Bayonne.