Explore The Lone Star State on a Texas Charter Bus Rental
A Wide Variety of Culture, History and Outdoor Adventures Awaits
Everything is bigger and better in Texas – or so the residents likes to boast -- from the cities to the Gulf of Mexico and all scenery, history and local flavor in between. It’s so big, the state is located in two separate time zones.
It’s no wonder Texans see the Lone Star State as a country of its own. It isn’t, of course, although few states offer so much varied culture, art, history and outdoor adventure. Surf off the beaches of the San Padre National Seashore and cheer on the Dallas Cowboys. Hit Austin’s live music scene and Houston’s famed museums. Ride a raft down the Rio Grande and remember the Alamo in San Antonio. Go sport fishing in Galveston and meet a cowboy in Amarillo.
And don’t miss the boutiques, restaurants, outlet stores and theme parks, from Six Flags to SeaWorld.
Visit Dallas, Austin, San Antonio & Beyond
From our mini buses to 56-seat luxury coach buses, US Coachways can accommodate groups of all sizes. Whether you’re booking a cross country trip or a school excursion, our Texas charter buses take you to all the best sights, stopping along the way for shopping and sightseeing. Want to arrange a group to see the Texas Rangers play outside Dallas or a shopping weekend in San Antonio? Rely on US Coachways to get you there and back — at affordable bus rental prices.
Our charter bus destinations in Texas include:
- Austin Bus Charter — When not exploring the live music scene on Sixth Street, visitors can tour the Governor’s mansion, hit the art galleries on Second Street, peruse the LBJ Presidential Library and cheer on the UT Longhorns football team. Don’t miss the nightly bat flight at the Congress Avenue Bridge. You can count on US Coachways to get you to your Austin destination safely.
- Dallas Bus Charter — There are more shopping centers and restaurants in Dallas than any other city in the nation. But there’s more to do than exercise your credit cards. From thrill rides to classical music and rock concerts and museums commemorating JFK, Dallas promises to impress.
- San Antonio Bus Charter — History was made in San Antonio. After all, everyone remembers the Alamo. Walk the fort, visit one of the missions surrounding the city, stroll the River Walk and indulge yourself at the restaurants, clubs and shops along the way.
Looking for more to see and do? U.S. Coachways offers city bus charters with private drivers and luxury amenities throughout Texas, including Galveston, Lubbock, Corpus Christi, Houston, El Paso and Amarillo. Great bus rental prices and superior customer service make US Coachways an ideal option for church and community groups, school trips, team travel and corporate excursions as well as special events such as bachelor parties and wedding festivities. Our professional, experienced staff is available 24/7 by phone to help book your trip.
Roller Coasters, Live Music, Chili & More
There's a lot to see in Texas amid dramatic skylines, soaring mountains, pristine prairies and the pounding surf of the Gulf of Mexico. So put on your boots and get going. Below is a selection of what awaits in the Lone Star State.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks— If you’re looking for nightlife, Austin’s Sixth Street can’t be beat. There are great concert venues in Dallas and Houston. Ride the roller coasters at Six Flags – either the one outside Dallas or the one near San Antonio. Get wet and wild in Galveston at Schlitterbahn Water Park or Hurricane Alley in Corpus Christi.
- Arts & Cultural— In a state this big, there’s no shortage of museums and concert halls, from the art collection at the Blanton Museum in Austin to the Morton H. Myerson Symphony Center in Dallas and the 1894 Grand Opera House in Galveston. Houston has a celebrated ballet company and an astounding rare gem collection in its natural history museum while San Antonio stages performances in an amphitheater on the River Walk.
- Restaurants & Shopping— Foodies will find cuisine as diverse as Texas itself, from BBQ to TexMex to great steak houses and fresh seafood from the Gulf of Mexico. But first, you need to work up an appetite. Hit the outlets in San Marcos, tour Hill Country wineries and hit the Neiman Marcus flagship store in Dallas. Houston has the Galleria or find authentic Mexican attire in downtown San Antonio. Shop for antiques in Lubbock and explore the shops along Amarillo’s’ 6th Street.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues— Dallas has AT&T Stadium for the Cotton Bowl and the Dallas Cowboys football games, Houston has Minute Maid Park for the Astros, and Lubbock has Jones AT&T Stadium for the Red Raiders of Texas Tech. Clearly, there's no shortage of great sport venues in Texas. Golfers can also tee off at any number of championship courses.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks— Six flags have flown over Texas. Together, they tell the story of the Lone Star State’s vivid history as a Spanish colony, a part of Mexico, an independent Republic, part of the Confederacy and finally a U.S. state. Visitors can honor the martyred at the Alamo and pay homage to JFK at the monument commemorating his death in Dallas. Tour old Spanish missions in El Paso and San Antonio. While in Lubbock, celebrate the life of musical pioneer Buddy Holly.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities— From White Rock Lake in Dallas to Palo Duro Canyon State Park outside Amarillo to the massive boulders at Hueco Tanks State Park near El Paso, Texas has much to offer outdoor adventurers from rock climbing and hiking to rafting down the Rio Grande. The beaches of the Gulf Coast offer a quite respite while the waters of the Gulf of Mexico offer some of the world’s best game fishing.
- Zoos & Aquariums— Both Houston and Dallas have large, well-established zoos and aquariums with ever-changing exhibits. In Corpus Christi, the Texas State Aquarium has one of the most recognized educational learning centers as does the Aquarium Pyramid at Moody Gardens in Galveston.
- Other Points of Interest— Butterflies, presidents and one of two places where the U.S. government prints money afford visitors a chance to veer off the beaten path. Visit the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Fort Worth or LBJ’s Presidential Library and Museum in Austin. Meanwhile, in Parker Texas, visit Southfork, the Texas ranch the Ewings called home on the TV show “Dallas.”
Book Your Texas Bus Charter Today
It's easy to book your Texas charter bus rental with US Coachways. Our experienced agents are ready to help organization your trip. Give us your itinerary and let our skilled dispatchers and drivers handle the rest. Contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427) and then sit back and enjoy the ride.
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