MICHIGAN CHARTER BUS RENTALS
Making Trips to Lighthouses, Lakes, Museums and Much, Much More in a Rented Charter Bus
Naturally, at the mere mention of Michigan, the Great Lakes comes to mind and so will its historic specialty museums and sports stadiums. The state will easily lure you, regardless of your age, with its awe-inspiring sites and thrilling attractions.
Even as you make your way around Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, Lake Ontario and the scenic Seaway Trail, thousands of miles would have been explored in the charter bus. More than 120 lighthouses, some of which remains active to this very day, will leave you wide-eyed with wonder, the same way they left painters, writers and sculptors who make their way to the attractions for inspiration. Even if you love nature, history and art, your interests does NOT have to take a back seat. Bringing the charter bus to Fayette Townsite in Fayette Historic State Park, Lumberman's Monument Visitor Center, Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, Michigan Firehouse Museum, the Old Jail and the Pierce Stocking Covered Bridge, there are plenty of hidden historic gems to uncover along the way. And with a charter bus, if you see a picnic site - stop, get off and get out for some swimming, fishing, hiking and picnicking before continuing your epic journey.
Fine Dine, Discover and Shop to your Heart’s Content in Michigan
You can easily and affordably benefit from our experienced trip planning and bus booking services when you give us a call. Our account specialists are always standing by, waiting to assist you with your trip-planning endeavors around the clock. Our charter buses will take you through all the attractions that you wish to visit in the comfort of the modern, well-maintained charter bus. So, sit back, relax and enjoy your trip.
Get ready for a thrilling time at the following destinations:
- Detroit Charter Bus — Going beyond nature attractions and gardens, the art and cultural scene in Detroit is larger than life and bigger than anticipated. You can catch the romantic sunsets over Detroit Riverfront after taking a tour around Detroit Institute of Arts or catching a show at Fox Theater Building. When it comes to music, be sure to catch the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in action at the Max M. Fisher Music Center auditorium or learn about the epic history of Motown music at the Motown Historical Museum. For baseball fans, let the cheering and shouting begin with a trip to Comerica Park when the Detroit Lions are swinging their way to their next win!
- Grand Rapids Charter Bus — There are iconic landmarks like the 15th century bronze Leonardo da Vinci’s Horse in Frederik Meijer Gardens, the educational Gerald R. Ford Museum along Pearl Street NW, delightful specialty beers being offered at the taproom of Founders Brewing, and mindblowing Victorian and Colonial-style houses to explore at Heritage Hill Historic District. And if that is not enough to satiate your appetite for beauty, head over to Grand Rapids Art Museum too.
- Ann Arbor Charter Bus — After you’re done shopping and exploring the shops, sidewalk cafes and retail outlets along the Main Street of Ann Arbor, bring the charter bus to Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum to view the stunning manicured landscape and learn about sustainable farming, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology in University of Michigan where there is a collection of more than 100,000 art pieces from all around the country being exhibited, and for those who enjoys concerts, musical performances and plays, head on over to Power Center for the Performing Arts. For a chill-out session, you can count on Witch’s Hat Brewing Company, Franklin Cider Mill and the Flying Otter Winery.
The US Coachways charter bus is useful in a way that it can take you far beyond the normal tourist attractions in Michigan. Attractions in cities and communities all around Farmington Hills, South Lyon, Lansing and Shelby Township are also easily in the bag with the charter bus! To coordinate your tour and get to your destinations in a timely manner, speak to our experienced customer service representatives and we’ll have you sorted out in no time.
Don’t Make Your Trip to Michigan Simply Unforgettable, Make it Completely Out of this World!
Sign yourself up for boating lessons and then head out into one of Michigan’s Great Lakes, go horseback riding, bring the family out for weekend camping, or simply enjoy a relaxing retreat in one of the bunkhouses or A-frame chalets in town. And we’re just getting started with what Michigan has to offer. Find out more below!
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Michigan is a hotbed of family-friendly attractions like classic wooden roller coasters, hand-carved carousels, mini golf courses, go-kart arenas, water parks and zoos that are meant for the whole family. Fine examples would be Midway Sports & Entertainment, Zap Zone Lazer Tag and Craig’s Cruisers with their party packages and event venues. Indoor entertainment is safe and fun at sites like 30,000 square feet Extreme Fun, the trampoline park of Sky Zone Shelby, and well-maintained bowling alleys like Spectrum Lanes. It shows that it doesn’t have to be fancy to be fun!
- Arts & Cultural— Boasting of clusters of major art and cultural sites all around Michigan like Tawas Point Lighthouse, Fayette Historic Townsite, Windmill Island Gardens, and galleries like Anselmo Gallery, Dennos Museum Center and St. Cecilia Music Center, the quaint galleries sometimes speaks volumes too. You can explore the Magical Bazaar of Halloween Art at Ghoultide Gathering in Northville, explore or shop for paintings, sculptures, jewelry, ceramics, furniture and glasswork at Hermitage Gallery or Mackerel Sky Gallery of Contemporary Art. For live performances and outreach programs, bring the charter bus to Paint Creek Center for the Arts in Rochester (Art & Apples Festival) or Freedom Hill Amphitheater in Sterling Heights instead.
- Restaurants & Shopping — The strip malls and farmer’s market all around Michigan are as entertaining as they are vast and they offer everything from tasty budget eats to fine diners. The nightlife in places like downtown Detroit, Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids can rival the best that America has to offer - there are jazz bars, wineries, sports bars, music halls and nightclubs. Some of the best includes Witch’s Hat Brewing Company, Vine 2 Wine and The Northville Winery. Also be on the look-out for must-try cuisines like the Chicken Frankenmuth, Detroit Coney dog and the traditional Hamtramck - Paczki.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — While top golf course designers are continuously coaxed to come up with challenging and scenic golf courses, the state also boasts of wonderful hiking trails that snakes into old-growth forests, mountains and urban canyons. It’s also time to test your endurance and capability by taking on some of Michigan’s top ORV trails which goes around single-tracks, rocky hills, twisty bends and soggy bogs. Visitors can also enjoy encapsulating world-class entertainment and thrilling sports games at Van Andel Arena, and golf courses like Thornapple Pointe, Ravines Golf Club, Clearbrook Golf Club, and Lamar Disc Golf Course.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks — Michigan was the starting point for many things - from Motown music to the world of automobiles, from Native Americans to world history. It’s battlegrounds, lighthouses, majestic mansions, historic museums and military theaters are open ground for all to explore. It is a great way to take a walk down memory lane and relive history through the eyes of others in attractions like Motown Historical Museum, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History and Rochester HIlls Museum at Van Hoosen Farm. And while you can’t take everything with you from your trip to Greektown, the pictures and souvenirs taken and bought will serve as wonderful reminders.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities— With access to 4 Great Lakes, 20 million acres of forested areas, more than a hundred state parks, the world’s top freshwater fisheries and thousands of miles of snowmobile trails, Michigan is a haven for outdoor, nature and wildlife enthusiasts. Apart from having an international dark sky park and hundreds of campgrounds available all year round, visitors can also explore gorgeous gardens of lavender and tulips, enjoy farm-fresh handcrafted cider, corn mazes, hayrides and much, much more. Belle Island its state park, for instance, provides locals with walking, biking, hiking paths, an atrium, an aquarium and a zoo, making it a top attraction for families of all sizes.
- Zoos & Aquariums — Two of the top kid-friendly attractions to visit in Michigan are Detroit Zoo and John Ball Zoo, both with thousands of animals from all around the world calling it home. They are also great places to educate kids and the youth of today about active wildlife and nature preservations efforts done by the state of Michigan. The programs offered takes them out towards the beauty of Pelican Pier, the Far Side of the World Trail and much, much more!
- Other Points of Interest— While nature trails and eye-opening museums takes the cake for top attractions in Michigan, you can easily keep the buzz and fire going as you enjoy the rush of card games, the buzz of live concerts and the dazzling entertainment. Good examples would be Island Resort & Casino, Kings Club Casino, Saganing Eagles Landing Casino, Greektown Casino, Ojibwa Casino, Gun Lake Casino, Turtle Creek Casino & Hotel and many more!
Letting US Coachways’ Professionally-Trained Experts Deal with the Minutiae Details
Planning a trip for a large group can be a tedious task for starters; add to it the need for multiple pickup and drop-off points and long-distance traveling, you might need the help of professionals. For an affordable pricing, US Coachways’ trained executives can get you off to a good start. Contact us and speak to our friendly staff to find out more about our budget-friendly promotional charter bus rental packages right now!
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