Brooklyn Charter Bus Rental Company
Grab the Opportunity to visit Unique Brooklyn Points of Interest, Neighborhoods, Stadiums and Landmark Attractions
Brooklyn may have its start as a humble Dutch-founded settlement in the past but Brooklyn, after undergoing profound changes and growth, is now a go-to when Manhattan gets to busy and loud. Brooklyn’s diversity is reflected in the sheer number of languages you can hear on the streets – English, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Yiddish, French, Italian and Polish are all languages you can hear from all corners in the city.
Brooklyn offers a host of interesting and unique places to visit in a rented charter bus but some of the most distinctive ones are Brooklyn Bridge, Barclays Center, Coney Island and visitors who have finished visiting Central Park can have another fun walk at Prospect Park. Looking for a calming place away from the buzz? Get the charter bus driver to get you to Brooklyn’s very own charming Botanic Garden which feature Chinese and Japanese Garden, Shakespeare Garden, Rock Garden and many more.
It is impossible to see everything there is to see in Brooklyn when one is short on time. One way to be more effective is to take advantage of US Coachways’ New York charter bus rental packages that services other New York cities like Brooklyn, Manhattan, Albany, Buffalo, Long Island, Queens, Staten Island and many other cities around the nation. In our fleet, we have large and small charter bus, mini bus, party bus, school bus, and in some areas, double-decker party bus.
Make the Most of your Time at Brooklyn’s Museums, Parks and Art Centers
Brooklyn is a stone’s throw away from New York City and Manhattan and it offers its own brand of attractions for kids and grownups alike. Check out some of our customers favorite Brooklyn points of interest to help you plan your visit.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — For those traveling with kids, bring them to Deno’s Wonder Wheel Amusement at Coney Island and there are endless number of rides, places to eat and a lovely beach to have some fun in the sun with loved ones.
- Art & Cultural — Looking for good entertainment but do not relish the struggle to get good seats and tickets for Broadway shows? Try Brooklyn’s BAM, Brooklyn Academy of Music, which is located on Lafayette Avenue. This is the go-to place for residents who are looking for good plays, dance, music, opera, visual art, literacy talks, and comedy and there is a big venue for galas and big parties. If you have the time, BAM offer classes and you can take them in your own time. There are no bad seats at the theater so, check up on scheduled shows and grab your seat. Usage of the subway system is one of the most unique things about living in and touring New York and it has become a part of New York’s culture. To learn about the history of subway systems, visit New York Transit Museum to be found at the corner of Boreum Place and Schermerhorn Street, the venue is conveniently an old subway station.
- Restaurants & Shopping — When looking for special gifts to bring home with you, make a short stop at DUMBO, or Down Under Manhattan Bridge Overpass, a small quaint neighborhood with amazing views of lower Manhattan skyline, Statue of Liberty and Brooklyn Bridge. There are many not-to-be-found-elsewhere retail outlets and good food like a local ‘Whoopie Pie’. Although not technically an ‘attraction’, Park Slope is a lovely neighborhood near Prospect Park and Barclays Center with all types of entertainment outlets and shopping venues you can wish for. Here’s where visitors can find small delis, quaint burger joints, cushy diners, historical landmarks like Brownstone and various bars, clubs and night spots to hang out in. The trendy neighborhood of Williamsburg is only a subway ride away from Manhattan and a favorite with visitors looking for shopping, restaurants and a vibrant night life in Brooklyn.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues – When talking about sporting venues in Brooklyn, one can never leave out the legendary Barclays Center. It is a popular Brooklyn arena, stadium, field and theater, all rolled into one. Catch a basketball, attend a concert or organize a business convention at Brooklyn's very own Madison Square Garden, Nassau Coliseum, Prudential Center and Izod Center.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks — When in Brooklyn, go for a walk across Brooklyn Bridge because you will be rewarded with an unforgettable view of lower Manhattan skyline over East River and do stop by at Brooklyn Bridge Park for a quiet time while people-watching. Visitors should also spend an evening on Brooklyn Heights Promenade to catch a sunset in this quiet and calm neighborhood with family and friends. The park features recreational amenities like roller rinks, basketball and handball court, and soccer field. Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery is more than just a cemetery - it offer guests a completely stress-less sanctuary with its tree-lined, winding pathways, small hills, view of lakes, a garden, bird sanctuary and an arboretum.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a must as it is an oasis located right in the middle of the bustling Brooklyn city. This tourist attraction features a Chinese Garden with a unique house and lake, gorgeous Japanese Garden, Shakespeare garden, Rock Garden, Cherry Esplanade and is also home to a 220 year old bonsai. It is a calming respite with an old rose garden, children's area and 12,000 species of plants and flowers from all around the world. Central Park may take the first spot as New York City’s most popular park but Brooklyn’s Prospect Park is also an essential one. Amidst uniquely designed buildings, it is a place for visitors to recharge and have some fun in the middle of an extremely busy city.
- Other Points of Interest — The Brooklyn Tabernacle is a local tourist attraction to people from all walks of life. Presenting guests with amazing music in a festive, warm and welcoming atmosphere, the church is multi-cultural and multi-racial so you will get to meet people with different ethnic backgrounds from different countries. For those who want to know the locals better, it is time to get off the rented charter bus and have a walk around Brooklyn Heights. A wonderful, friendly and diverse neighborhood in the city, visitors can hop into shops, dine in restaurants, have walks along the river, ride a bicycle or stop by small neighborhood parks for kids to play in children’s play area. Often called America’s little North Pole during Christmas, Dyker Heights is a popular attraction from between Thanksgiving all the way up to New Years because of the number of shops and homes putting up their own lighting especially for Christmas. The busiest streets in Dyker Heights are between 10th to 13th avenues. This little Brooklyn tradition has become an end-of-the-year tourist attraction.
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With extensive training and experience in nationwide ground transportation service industry, US Coachways’ higher management and staff know, understand and cater to our customers’ needs and growing preferences. To find out how we can help make your visit to Brooklyn NY a more seamless one, give us a call at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER or complete the online quote request form on our Contact Us page.