Discover Cape Cod in a Massachusetts Charter Bus
Rent a Bus to Enjoy Beaches, Seaside Towns & Chowder
The Atlantic Ocean batters a shoreline littered with harbors, beaches, sand dunes and majestic lighthouses. This natural beauty makes Cape Cod among the favored vacation areas in New England.
Historic towns are a haven for artists, great theater and museums. Explore the Cape Cod National Seashore, visit whaling captains' mansions or stroll the streets of Sandwich, the Cape's oldest town. Along the way, there are charming boutiques, championship golf courses, seafood shacks and upscale dining.
You won't want to miss Woods Hole, famed Martha's Vineyard or the artistic charm of Provincetown.
From the start to finish, trust US Coachways to get you where you need to go. We can accommodate small and large groups with a fleet of vehicles that includes party buses, mini buses and 56-seat charter coaches. With our great bus rental rates plus our exceptional customer service, we are a superlative choice for community groups, church organizations, school trips, team travel and special events, such as bachelor parties and luxury weddings.
We offer city bus charters with private drivers and luxury amenities to locations throughout Massachusetts , including Boston, the Berkshires and Plymouth. Our skilled drivers will see to it that you arrive at your destinations in comfort and ease. Just sit back and enjoy the trip on your bus rentals.
Explore Cape Cod’s Scenic Shore & More
From Buzzards Bay to Provincetown, the Cape is a paradise for those who love the outdoors, especially fun and sun on the water. But there are plenty of other fabulous, year-round experiences and points of interest to enjoy on Cape Cod. Below is a brief rundown of things to do:
- Arts & Cultural — The Cape is home to an array of fascinating museums from the collections of the Provincetown Art Association and Museum to the antique glass exhibited at the Sandwich Glass Museum and the sculptures at the Heritage Museums and Garden. If you looking for live theater, the Cape Playhouse is the oldest professional theater company in the United States.
- Restaurants & Shopping — Cape Cod and the Islands are famous for, among other things, shopping and seafood. From Hyannis to Nantucket, there’s a collection of shops that specialize in quality crafted and handmade goods. There are also antiques galleries, consignment shops and so much more. And when the day is done, grab a bowl of “clam chowda.”
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — The Cape Cod Baseball League offers diehard fans of the game a chance to see the best collegiate players in the country. If golf is your preferred sport, the Cape, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket have nearly three dozen public courses, offering something for every kind of player.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks — As the oldest town on Cape Cod, Sandwich is a must-see for history buffs. Two highlights in town are Hoxie House and scenic Thomas Dexter’s Grist Mill. But don’t stop here. In Falmouth there’s Highland Hall and Yarmouth Port is home to the Edward Gorey House. And in Provincetown, the Pilgrim Monument commemorates the first landfall of the Mayflower Pilgrims in Provincetown in 1620, where they wrote the Mayflower Compact.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Cape Cod’s beaches are world-renowned. The National Seashore alone boats 40 miles of sandy beaches from Chatham to Provincetown. And from Buzzards Bay to the tip of the peninsula, there are fishing charters and sailboat rentals. Still, nature lovers will find more than waves and sand dunes. The Cape Cod Rail Trail winds its way for 22 miles through the towns of Dennis, Harwich, Brewster, Orleans, Eastham and Wellfleet.
- Zoos & Aquariums — Woods Hole is famous the world over as the home to a renowned oceanographic institution. So of course, there’s an aquarium, albeit a small one, that focuses on marine animals found in the ocean water off the coast of the Northeast.
- Other Points of Interest — The ferry trip to Nantucket or its shore-hugging sister Martha’s Vineyard may not be an ocean odyssey, but it does set the two islands apart from the mainland. And day trippers and weekend adventurers will find plenty to love about both. Back on the mainland, stroll the Kennedy Legacy Walking Trail to learn about the family’s significance to Hyannis or visit the Whydah Pirate Museum, the fully-authenticated pirate shipwreck discovered in local waters.
Book Your Cape Cod Bus Charter Rental Today
Whether it’s a corporate event, a wedding or a group getaway for the weekend, you can always rely on US Coachways to get you there in comfort. Our account specialists are on call 24/7 to answer any questions. For a free quote or to book your bus rental, contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427).