Explore Old Dominion on a Virginia Charter Bus
Rent a Bus to Visit VA Cities Teeming with History & Outdoor Adventures
Beyond the halls of Monticello, the hallowed battlefields at Yorktown and Manassas, winding country roads and the shoreline of the Chesapeake Bay, Virginia offers fantastic amusement parks, the excitement of NASCAR motorsports and cities teaming with history and art and, of course, great food.
The Commonwealth state is a year-round destination for outdoors lovers. In the summer, shoot the rapids on the James River, take in a concert at Wolf Trap or hit the resorts of Virginia Beach. Ride the roller coasters at Bush Gardens in Williamsburg or King’s Dominion near Richmond. In spring and fall, hike the George Washington National Forest. For winter fun, hit the slopes at Massanutten.
In the meantime, get your fill of museums and theater with a trip to Charlottesville, walk in the footsteps of a Jamestown settler or learn about life on a plantation along the James River and visit the grave of JFK in Arlington National Cemetery.
Tour Richmond, Williamsburg, Charlottesville & More
Planning a cross-country vacation, a school trip or a bachelor party? With an extensive fleet of party buses, mini buses and large, luxury coach buses, US Coachways is an ideal choice for groups of all sizes and all types of charter bus trips. A Virginia bus charter will hit all the points of interest, stopping throughout the day for meals, shopping and sightseeing. You can rely on us for a smooth, safe ride.
Our charter bus destinations in Virginia include:
- Richmond Charter Bus – Whether you’re exploring the famed state capitol, visiting the Metro Richmond Zoo, touring museums or rafting down the James River, you can count on US Coachways to get you to your Richmond destination safely.
- Williamsburg Charter Bus – The city is literally regarded as a living history museum, with the cobblestone streets of Colonial Williamsburg bringing visitors back to the days before the American Revolution. But aboard a US Coachways bus charter, there is more than history to uncover in Williamsburg. Enjoy the thrill rides at Busch Garden, shopping, restaurants and museums.
- Charlottesville Charter Bus – Home to the University of Virginia and nearby Monticello, the famed mansion belonging to Thomas Jefferson, Charlottesville also promises dance clubs and bars, concerts at the John Paul Jones Arena, museums and shopping at the historic Downtown Mall. Uncover this and more on board a US Coachways charter bus rental.
U.S. Coachways offers charter bus rentals with private drives and luxury amenities throughout Virginia, including Martinsville, Harrisonburg, Lynchburg, Norfolk and Manassas. Our professional, experienced staff is available 24/7 by phone or online to help book a memorable trip.
Something for Everyone in Virginia
Whether you want to visit Mt. Vernon, tour great art museums, shuck fresh oysters, hike the Blue Ridge Mountains or camp in state parks, Virginia offers delights that should appeal to any interest. With the list of places to go and things to do long one, below are some of and here’s just a taste of what visitors can expect.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks— For families, Virginia offers numerous theme parks and water slides, from King’s Dominion near Richmond and Bush Gardens Williamsburg to the water parks in Manassas. For the adults, enjoy the jazz clubs in Richmond, the dance clubs in Charlottesville or try the nightlife in downtown Norfolk, Arlington and Lynchburg.
- Arts & Cultural— From performances by the National Philharmonic at Wolf Trap to the collection at the Chrysler Museum of Art and the works of Shakespeare performed on stage at an actual Tudor estate, there no shortage of venues where visitors can enjoy the fine and performing arts. Be sure to explore the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum in Williamsburg, the Maier Museum of Art in Lynchburg or the Virginia Quilt Museum in Harrisonburg. Classical music lovers should take in concerts at the Sander Center in Virginia Beach and the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas.
- Restaurants & Shopping— There are all sorts of boutiques, galleries and antique stores spread across Williamsburg, Richmond, Fredericksburg, Lynchburg, Charlottesville and Norfolk. If you are looking for a real find or the unique treasure, trek the Monticello Artisan Trail, visit the flea market in Olde Towne Portsmouth and clothing outlets near Williamsburg and Prince William. Great restaurants promise seafood, streaks and classical Southern fare as well as fresh oysters.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues— Virginia isn’t home to big league professional sports but there are minor league ball parks in Norfolk and Lynchburg as well as a string of racetracks and speedways in Richmond and further south in and around Martinsville. If its tee time, the Williamsburg National Golf Club has been heralded by Golf Digest as one of the top places to play in Virginia. Other courses worth nothing are Ocean View in Norfolk, the Honey Bee in Virginia Beach and Cavern Country Club on the Shenandoah River.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks— If Virginia has one thing in abundance, its landmarks and historical sites. Monticello and Mt. Vernon may be the most famous presidential mansions, but James Madison and James Monroe also had palatial residencies. The Arlington National Cemetery is the nation’s most famous graveyard. Looking for more colonial history, visit Jamestown, Colonial Williamsburg the battlefield at Yorktown. Civil War buffs can tour the blood-soaked battlefields at Manassas, Fredericksburg and Richmond and see where General Lee surrendered to General Grant at the Appomattox Court House.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities— With the Appalachian Mountains, the Shenandoah Valley, the Atlantic coastline, the Chesapeake Bay and countless rivers, Old Dominion is a four-season destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Try cross-country skiing in Prince William Forest, explore underground caverns, raft down the James River or hike the trails in the George Washington National Forest.
- Zoos & Aquariums— Not a nature lover? That doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy wildlife. From the Metro Richmond Zoo to the Virginia Aquarium in Virginia Beach, Virginia is home to some unique animal exhibits, including the 53-acre Virginia Zoo in Norfolk, the Mill Mountain Zoo in Roanoke and the extensive venomous snake collection at the Luray Zoo.
- Other Points of Interest— From the “Dome” at the Virginia Science Museum to Ripley’s Believe It or Not in Williamsburg, there are plenty of sites and attractions that elude traditional categories. Virginia is home to numerous vineyards as well as the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Museum. The off-the-beaten track tidewater town of Urbanna is home to Virginia’s official oyster festival. Tour Arlington Engine to see a real high-performance race car being built or learn the history of motorsports at the Virginia Motorsports Museum and the nearby Woods Brother Racing Museum.
Don’t Wait! Call US Coachways Now & Save on a VA Bus Charter Rental
It’s never been easier to book a city bus charter with US Coachways, by phone or online. The sooner you book your bus charter rental, the more you can save. Our experienced account specialists are available 24/7 to answer your questions or make reservations. Contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427), and let US Coachways do the work.
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