Explore Fort Wayne on a Bus Charter
Fort Wayne Bus Rentals for Fascinating History & Fantastic Fun
The home of American folklore legend Johnny Appleseed and host of the first baseball game in the country, Indiana’s second-largest city is also the northern region’s cultural hub. A three-time “All America City Award” winner, the friendly 200-year-old city boasts fascinating historical sites, no fewer than 86 beautiful parks and top-notch golfing, shopping and dining.
Whether you’re planning a corporate event, arranging wedding festivities or team travel, US Coachways caters to groups of all sizes with bus charters to locations throughout Indiana, including Indianapolis, Evansville and Gary. We offer an extensive fleet of vehicles that includes mini buses, party buses and 56-seat coach buses combined with superior customer service, luxury amenities and the best bus rental rates possible. US Coachways is a popular choice for community organizations, church groups and schools as well as special events such as bachelor parties and birthday celebrations. We will get you to your destination, safe and sound – and for a good price.
History, Natural Beauty & So Much More in Fort Wayne
There’s plenty of fun to be had in the city of Fort Wayne, from its amazing historic sites to a concert by the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra, a myriad of natural attractions and the excitement of watching the Fort Wayne Comets hockey team. Below are some points of interest you won't want to miss.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — From concerts by national acts at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum to a two-story battlefield at the Crazy Pinz family entertainment center, to giant trampolines at the Skyzone Indoor Trampoline Park and so much more, you’re sure to find something fun to do during your visit to Fort Wayne.
- Arts & Culture — Home to 15 museums and art galleries it’s no wonder Fort Wayne is northeastern Indiana's cultural hub. Start with a visit to the Downtown Cultural District, where you’ll find the Auer Center for Arts, the Fort Wayne Museum of Art and much more. Science Central is definitely worth a visit and don’t forget to explore the work of local artists at the Orchard Gallery of Fine Art.
- Restaurants & Shopping — You’ll be sure to find what you’re looking for – and get some great meals while you’re at it. In Downtown Fort Wayne, even the restaurants are historic sites. Check out the Oyster Bar, which has been around for more than a century, and the Coney Island Wiener Stand, a colorful eatery that opened in 1914. Don’t miss Grabill Amish country for antiques, unique gifts and wonderful home-made Amish meals at the Nolt Family Dinner Haus restaurant.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — Fort Wayne also has a pedigree in professional sports. It’s where the first professional baseball game was played, on May 4, 1871, between the Fort Wayne Kekiongas and the Cleveland Forest Citys. Today, the city boasts more than 20 golf courses. For a challenge, head for the Foster Golf Course, a municipal 18-hole course surrounded by woods. Or take in an baseball game at what Baseball Digest has called the “Ballpark of the Year”: Parkview Field, home of the popular Fort Wayne TinCaps.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks — From the Chief Richardville House, the oldest Native American structure in the Midwest, to the remarkably beautiful woodcarvings and stained glass at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception and the fascinating History Center, you’ll be wowed by Fort Wayne’s rich historical heritage and architectural styles.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — With 86 public parks, it’s safe to say you can take a “nature break” pretty much anywhere you may be in Fort Wayne. The best place is the Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory, right in the heart of the city’s downtown. There’s also the Johnny Appleseed Park and Shoaff Park, for a multitude of fun outdoor activities. Don’t miss the picturesque farmlands of Grabill Amish County, located just 15 minutes outside of Fort Wayne.
- Zoos and Aquariums — When it comes to zoos, the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is one of the nation’s best, according to Parents Magazine. Be sure to visit the Black Pine Animal Sanctuary to see unusual, captive-raised exotic animals.
- Other Points of Interest — Genealogy addicts will hit the jackpot with a visit to the Genealogy Center at the Allen County Public Library, home to the largest public genealogy collection in the nation. Car enthusiasts are sure to enjoy the classic and antique collection of vehicles at the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum.
Why Wait? Book Your Fort Wayne Bus Charter Rental Now & Save!
It’s so easy to book a bus charter with US Coachways — by phone or online. The sooner you book your bus charter rental, the more you can save. Our account specialists are standing by, 24 hours a day and seven days a week, to answer questions and help with your reservations for a mini bus, party bus or luxury coach bus. For a free quote or to book your trip, contact us at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427).