US Coachways - An Austin, TX Charter Bus Rental Company
Rent a Bus to See Bats, the Longhorns & Great Music Shows
Austin may home to the University of Texas Longhorns football team but to music fans, it's "The Live Music Capital of the World." Featuring more than 250 music venues around the city, Austin actually spawned one of the greatest Blues movements in history at Antone's Nightclub, where the late Blues legends Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker and Stevie Ray Vaughan performed.
Austin is a big city that doesn't act like a big city. Yes, it's the capital of the Lone Star State but the vibe here is young, energized and independent. It's best known for its music festivals, sports events, its bat colony and its generally liberal attitude. Located in the Hill Country of Texas, this beautiful area offers much to see and do.
From the first step to the last stop, you can count on US Coachways. We offer the best bus rental rates possible and personalized customer service to ensure a fantastic bus trip for community organizations, church groups and school trips as well as special events such as bachelor parties, wedding activities, birthdays and anniversaries. With our fleet of mini buses, party buses and luxury coaches, we offer city bus charters to locations throughout Texas, including Dallas, Houston and San Antonio. Tell us where you want to go and how you want to get there, and our skilled account specialists, dispatchers and drivers we will handle the rest.
When the Sun Sets, Austin Comes Alive — And So Do the Bats
Like any other Texas town, football is more than a pastime in Austin. It’s a passion. But it’s the local music scene that gives the Lone Star State’s capital city its edgy appeal, that and those bats that fly out from underneath the Congress Avenue Bridge every night. From great music venues to historic landmarks, below are just some of the attractions and points of interest worth a visit during your travels through the area.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Central Austin boasts more original music nightclubs in a concentrated area than any other city in the world, or so they like to say. Bars and clubs catering to every music genre occupy the Victorian and native-stone buildings in the famous Sixth Street entertainment district, perfect for a pub crawl or a night out dancing. Looking for family fun? Travel just 60 minutes outside the city to slip and slide down the tube shoots and water slides at Schlitterbahn, named America's No. 1 water park by the Travel Channel. For kids, there’s Kiddie Acres with its trains rides, Ferris wheel and boat rides.
- Arts & Cultural — Not all the great music in Austin is found on Sixth Street. Take in a performance by the Austin Symphony Orchestra or the Austin Lyric Opera at the city’s famed Long Center. Enjoy a performance by the city’s Shakespeare theater company or watch ballerina’s glide across the stage at Ballet Austin. And don’t skip Austin’s eclectic mix of museums, from the Blanton Museum of Art on the University of Texas campus to the natural history exhibits at the Texas Memorial Museum.
- Restaurants & Shopping — There's a strong movement within Austin to protect it from over-commercialization. Yes you'll find shopping malls here, but you can also enjoy the local flavor of this city’s downtown — along Sixth Street, within the 2nd Street District's galleries and the at trendy dining spots along South Congress Avenue. Take a day trip to the outlet stores in San Marcos, located 30 minutes away, or tour the more than 30 Hill Country wineries.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — The University of Texas at Austin is home to the winning Texas Longhorns football team, which play home games at Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. Circuit of the Americas hosts motors sports from Formula 1 racing to V-8 Supercars. Or make the rounds at the city’s great golf courses, from Riverside, where Harvey Penick held court for 34 years, to acclaimed resorts like Barton Creek, with two Tom Fazio courses on Golf Magazine's “Top 100 You Can Play” list.
- Historic Sites & Landmarks — From its historic walking tours to the dome of the state capitol building, you'll find landmarks galore in Austin. Enjoy stunning views of Austin and the surrounding countryside from the 307-foot tall observation tower at the University of Texas. Tour the governor’s mansion before converging in the shores of Lady Bird Lake at sunset to watch the mass exodus of 1.5 million bats from underneath the Congress Avenue Bridge.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Outdoor lovers will find much to choose from in Austin, with its acres upon acres of green space and parks offering plenty of opportunity to enjoy fresh air and sunshine. Take a dip in the spring-fed Barton Springs Pool before exploring the rest of Zilker Park. There’s canoeing on Lady Bird Lake and fishing in Lake Austin. Enjoy the view from Mount Bonnell and the clothing -optional Hippie Hollow Park, with its rock climbing, kayaking and hiking.
- Zoos & Aquariums — The Austin Zoo & Animal Sanctuary is a private, non-profit for abandoned and rescued wild and exotic animals. One a haven for mostly domestic critters, it has grown to include several exotic species. In all, 300 animals representing 100 different species call the zoo home.
- Other Points of Interest — Learn about the life and times of LBJ at his presidential library and museum, or tour Wild Connections Butterfly Farm, a working butterfly farm where visitors can interact with and picnic near habitats for these delicate winged creates.
Reserve Your Austin City Bus Charter Today
There's no time like the present to book your US Coachways city bus charter. From corporate events to team travel, we ensure a smooth, safe and comfortable ride -- at a great price. Our professional account specialists are just a phone call away and available 24/7 to answer your questions or help make a reservation. For a free quote or to book your bus charter trip, contact us at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427)