US Coachways - A Boston Bus Rental & Party Bus Company
Bus Rentals for History Buffs, Sox Fans & More
Boston isn't just the capital of Massachusetts. Yes, the gilded majesty of the Massachusetts State House should not be missed. But once you’ve checked that off your list, then step back into the pages of colonial history, peruse renowned art collections, cheer on the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park, stroll scenic parks, grab a bowl of “clam chowda” and shop the boutiques along Newbury Street.
At night, there are cocktails, dancing and live music. And don’t miss the restaurants.
Whether it’s an evening out, a school trip or a corporate event, US Coachways offers city bus rentals to locations throughout Massachusetts including Plymouth, the Berkshires and Cape Cod. Our extensive fleet of vehicles, from party buses to 56-seat coach buses, features luxury amenities and provides a wide range of travel options for any size group. Our affordable rental rates and reliable customer service make US Coachways the ideal choice for church groups, community organizations and team travel as well as special events such as bachelor parties, weddings and anniversaries. Ours account specialists are available 24/7 to book your bus charter.
From Fenway Park to the Original Tea Party
Boston is famed for the devotion of its sports fans. Still, there’s more to Boston than Fenway Park. The city offers many points of interest
and adventures that promise to charm and excite. Below are some of the things to do on your trip.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — The city of Boston offers entertainment as varied as the city itself. Bar and club hop through Kenmore Square, Faneuil Hall and Harvard Square. TD Garden is a major concert venue. Enjoy sketch comedy acts at Improv Asylum or take in a performance of the famed Blue Man Group at the Charles Theater.
- Arts & Culture — Boston’s art scene is nothing short of inspiring from the far-reaching collection at the Museum of Fine Art to the architectural glory of the Boston Opera House. The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is a Venetian-style palace boasting works by Rembrandt and Whistler. Take in a performance by the Boston Symphony Orchestra at famed Symphony Hall. The Boston Pops is famed for its July 4th concerts on the Charles River Esplanade.
- Restaurants & Shopping — Although Newbury Street is Boston’s most famous shopping destination, there’s so much more to enjoy in the city, from the shops and restaurants at Faneuil Hall to Beacon Hill’s antique stores and the food trucks and galleries in Boston’s South End. Looking for bargains? The Wrentham Village Premium Outlets are located just minutes from Boston.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — The devotion and zeal Boston sports fans have for their championship professional athletic teams is nothing short of epic. The Big Green Monster at Fenway Park is as famous as any monument. The Boson Celtics and the NHL’s Boston Bruins play home games at TD Garden. Football fans head to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough to cheer on the New England Patriots. Golfers also have good reason to cheer. The William J. Devine Golf Course at Franklin Park is the second-oldest golf course in the United States.
- Historic Sites & Landmarks — Sitting atop Beacon Hill, the Massachusetts State House rises over the Boston Common for all to see. But it’s the American Revolution that put Boston in the history books. Visit the site of the Boston Tea Party, the Bunker Hill battle monument and Paul Revere’s House for a glimpse of the people and events that gave rise to a nation. Take a short drive to nearby Quincy to visit the birthplace of not one, but two U.S. presidents: John Adams and his son, John Quincy Adams.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Get some sun and fresh air on your visit to Boston. Ride the ferry to the Boston Harbor Islands National Park Area. The park’s 34 islands offer camping, kayaking, swimming and hiking. If you’d rather stay landlocked the Boston Common is among nine interconnected parks known as the Boston’s Emerald Necklace that winds through many of Boston's neighborhoods.
- Zoos & Aquariums — Stroll the walkway that spirals up the 200,000-gallon Giant Ocean Tank to see tropical fish, sea turtles and sharks. If it’s four-legged creatures you fancy, go ape at the Franklin Park Zoo, where an innovative indoor exhibit lets visitors stand face-to-face with the zoo's seven western lowland gorillas.
- Other Points of Interest — There is more to museums than art. Boston Children's Museum offers hands-on fun exhibits designed for children and families, or watch lightning being created at the Museum of Science. Relive Camelot at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum & Library. For a taste of something different, tour the Samuel Adams Brewery.
Be a Patriot and Book Your Boston Bus Charter Today
Our experienced and professional account specialists are waiting to help you plan a memorable bus trip to Boston and assist with your bus rental reservation. So why wait? From the first step to the last stop, you can rely on US Coachways to take the worry out of you travel plans. Contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427).
Enjoy the Rich Heritage of Boston
Whether rooting for the Red Sox at Fenway Park or visiting the site of the Boston Tea Party, Beacon Hill or other famous sites, you'll enjoy the history and spirit of Boston. Shop to your delight on Newbury Street and savor the delicious food at a pub or restaurant at Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Linger in the Museum of Fine Art or take in a Boston Symphony performance. Boston has something for everyone!
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