Explore the Berkshires on a MA Bus Charter
Rent a Bus to Explore Mountains, Mansions & More
A visit to the Berkshires appeals to more than those who love outdoor adventure. To be sure, in the summer there’s white water rafting, hiking and fishing. In the winter, there are popular ski destinations and ice climbing. Add Gilded-age mansions, a myriad of museums, quintessential New England villages, championship golf courses, unique shops and an array of cultural attractions and the Berkshires offers something for everyone.
From school trips and corporate events to bachelor parties, rely on US Coachways to get you where you need to go in comfort. A fleet of vehicles that includes party buses, mini buses and 56-seat coach buses, great rental rates and our exceptional customer service make us an ideal choice for community groups, church organizations, school trips, team travel and special events, such as anniversaries and birthday celebrations.
We offer city bus charters with private drivers and luxury amenities to locations throughout Massachusetts , including Boston, Cape Cod and Plymouth. Just sit back and let our skilled drivers do the work.
More than Mountains in the Berkshires
There are plenty of fabulous, year-round experiences to be had in the Berkshires. Here’s a brief rundown of things to do and points of interest.
- Arts & Culture — Get your fill of music, art and theater in the Berkshires. Tanglewood is the Boston Symphony's summer home. MASS MoCA, the country's largest contemporary art center, is located in North Adams. Don't miss the Norman Rockwell Museum and the Williamstown Theatre Festival.
- Restaurants & Shopping —Set off on a shopping or antiquing odyssey. Head to Lee and Pittsfield to explore famous outlets or find charming boutiques tucked away in historic buildings.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — From the affordable to the fantastic, the Berkshires offers an array of golf courses suited to all, from experts to beginners. Bas Ridge Golf Course and the Donnybrook Country Club offer spectacular views of the Berkshire Hills. The Cranwell Resort, Spa and Golf Club was named among the “Best Places to Play” by Golf Digest.
- Historic Sites & Landmarks — For those who love exploring beautifully restored old homes, the historic estates scattered throughout the Berkshires offer visitors a chance to relive a time gone by. Tour the homes of Edith Wharton and poet William Cullen Bryant. Ventfort Hall was one of the approximately 75 "cottages" built in Lenox when the village became a popular Gilded Age resort. Watch demonstrations of colonial-era trades in historic Deerfield, or see how the Shakers lived at Hancock Village.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — The Berkshires is a paradise for those who love the outdoors. Take in scenic views from Mount Greylock and Monument Mountain. Hike the Appalachian Trail and explore the forests of Petticoat Hill Reservation. Hit the slopes at Jiminy Peak, southern New England’s largest ski and snowboard resort. Mohawk Trail State Forest offers camping, trout fishing and hiking on 6,000 scenic acres.
Book a Bus Charter to the Berkshires Today
From corporate events to weekend getaways, you can always count on US Coachways to get you where you want to go, and back home in comfort. Our account specialists are on call 24/7 to answer any questions and help you plan your charter bus rental. For a free quote or to book your bus rental, contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427).