Cavort Through Cincinnati on an OH Bus Charter
A Cincinnati Bus Rental Beats All for Art Lovers, Sports Fans & More
Located on the Ohio River, the city of Cincinnati was quite literally built on beer, with breweries that generated millions of gallons of lager daily. The so-called “beer barons” are long since gone. Today, hilly Cincinnati boasts great museums and thriving cultural venues, a world-class zoo, riverfront shopping, clubs and restaurants as well as three professional sports teams (the Cyclones, the Bengals and the Reds).
A short drive away from Cincinnati’s downtown, adrenaline junkies can ride the world’s fastest wooden rollercoaster at Kings Island.
From bachelor parties and weekend getaways to corporate events, you can count on US Coachways for your travel needs. With a fleet of vehicles that range from 56-seat coaches to party buses, we can handle groups of any size, and at great bus rental prices. Add superior customer service and luxury amenities and we are an ideal choice for community and church groups, school trips and team travel as well special events such as weddings festivities, anniversaries and birthday celebrations. US Coachways offers city bus charters to locations through Ohio including Dayton, Toledo and Cleveland. Set an itinerary, pick a mode of travel and we’ll do the rest.
From Chili to Gambling, Cincinnati Brings the Heat
Looking for excitement? There’s plenty to be had in Cincinnati, from the water slides at The Beach, the gaming tables at the Horseshow Casino or watching the Bengals battle their NFL rivals at Paul Brown Stadium. The Queen City also offers fabulous chili restaurants, great museums and historic sites. Below are a sample of local attractions and points of interest
for your travels.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — From the gaming tables at the Horseshoe Casino and unique live music venues to the rollercoasters at Kings Island, there’s no shortage of entertainments for visitors of all ages. Cool off on the water slides at Coney Island and Great Wolfe Lodge, score a ticket for a concert at U.S. Bank Arena or catch a show at Riverbend.
- Art & Culture — Founded in 1920, the Cincinnati Opera, the second-oldest opera company in the United States, is just one of the city’s venerated cultural and artistic institutions. See the symphony or take in a ballet at the Cincinnati Music Hall or catch a performance at the nationally renowned Playhouse in the Park. The Cincinnati Art Museum features an unparalleled art collection of more than 60,000 works while the Taft Museum houses works by Rembrandt, Gainsborough and Sargent.
- Restaurants & Shopping — Granted, Ohio is rarely thought of as a food destination. But with more than 200 restaurants having opened in downtown Cincinnati in the past decade, the city made the USA Today list of top 10 small cities with big food scenes. To work up an appetite, go shopping. Hit the boutiques at Fountain Square and hunt for designer bargains at Cincinnati Premium Outlets. For antiques, hit the Shoppes at the Old Mill and Treasure Aisles, Ohio’s largest outdoor weekend market.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — Did you know Cincinnati has a pro hockey team? Well they do. The Cyclones join the NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals and the Cincinnati Reds, one of the oldest franchises in Major League Baseball, to make up the trio of professional sports franchises that call Cincinnati home. If you’re looking to play 18 holes, Hickory Woods is one of the area’s most popular public golf venues and the Golf Center at Kings Island was designed by the famous Jack Nicklaus.
- Historic Sites & Landmarks — See all the city has to offer from the observation deck at Carew Tower or take in the view from the Roebling Suspension Bridge. The Dayton Street Historic District was once home to a “Millionaires Row” that rivaled 5th Avenue in New York City. Visit the boyhood home of President William Howard Taft or tour the area’s abolitionist past with a visit to the Beecher Stowe House or picturesque New Richmond, noted as the birthplace of President Ulysses S. Grant.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Love the great outdoors? Cincinnati has a parks system that boasts more than 75 regional and neighborhood parks and 34 nature preserves. Outside the city, you will find six state parks less than an hour’s drive away including Ford, Caesar Creek, Hueston Woods and Stonelick. Have a blast on the beaches or boating on the Ohio River. Cincinnati’s riverwalk trail offers a great view of the city’s skyline.
- Zoos & Aquariums — Famed for its white Bengal tigers and gorillas, the Cincinnati Zoo also contains one of the largest insectariums in the world as well as a selection of rides and a 4-D theater.
- Other Points of Interest — Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood is home to one of the largest collections of pre-Prohibition brewery architecture. Take a guided walking tour of the breweries, cellars and tunnels that were the heart of Cincinnati's brewing industry. For a bit of nostalgia, visit the American Sign Museum with its collection of vintage signs that includes the likes of Elby's Big Boy, Ford and Holiday Inn.
Act Now to Book & Save on Your Cincinnati Bus Charter Rental
Whether it’s a weekend trip with friends, a school field trip or a family vacation, discover Cincinnati on a US Coachways city bus charter. It’s fast and easy to rent a bus by phone or online. The sooner you book your bus charter rental with US Coachways, the more you can save. Enjoy a comfortable ride and great bus rental rates. Our professional account specialists are 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 today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427).