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Jacksonville offers tourists attractions like endless beaches like its Jacksonville Beaches, recreational centers and parks for visitors to enjoy and explore. Located north of Miami, it was also the site of the earliest European settlers in America. The city was named after Military Governor, Andrew Jackson, who later became the 7th President of the United States.

Jacksonville is a haven for shoppers, foodie travelers, art lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, families and event organizers. It has a vast number of points of interest that draws visitors from other cities in Florida and other states, especially for families who wishes to escape the cold winter weather at home. The city boasts of world class event venues, sports arenas, vast manicured parks and scenic trails. So, there is always something fun and exciting to do for everyone.

US Coachways is one of the country’s leading charter bus rental companies in Jacksonville and its surrounding cities and communities. We are capable of providing you with the best-priced charter bus, party bus, sleeper coach, mini bus, school bus, and other luxury vehicles for your wedding guests, VIPs, business leaders, speakers or prom night attendees. Wait no more! Give us a call to find out more about our affordable charter bus rental packages in Jacksonville today.

Be Prepared for your Trip to Jacksonville with these Tips and Suggestions

The number of event venues, entertainment centers, art organizations, parks, arboretum and gardens and historical landmarks are all so attractive and fun to explore. Here, we have outlined some of Jacksonville’s best points of interest to help save you some time and effort.


  • Entertainment & Amusement Parks — There is an undeniable thriving art and entertainment scene in Florida and many of these entertainment centers are located right here in Jacksonville. Don’t miss the chance to catch the latest in ballet, opera, contemporary pop, jazz, rock, or blues from the talented people behind The Florida Theater. There are more than 200 different shows being shown in its art venue. The Florida Theater is also often used for private and public functions like business meetings, award ceremonies, activities by churches and civic organizations. Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts on West Water Street is another modern and technologically-advanced theater; it was formerly known as the Civic Auditorium and was the region’s first riverfront entertainment facility. Today, visitors gets to enjoy its theater, expansive concert and recital hall for special events and other showcases.
  • Art & Cultural — The main aim for The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens at Riverside Avenue is to inspire visitors and its residents through arts, education and it’s gorgeous landscaped gardens which overlooks St. John’s River. Built at the former home of Arthur and Ninah Cummer’s, this attraction has grown tremendously from its initial 60 exhibits. So, if you want to be inspired, this is the place to visit. The Riverside Arts Market is a mecca for food, art, shopping, clothing, cafes, restaurant and bakeries. Visitors can expect to spend a few hours of languid shopping, eating and people-watching at this attraction. The market, however, closes early in January and February so, check its official website for the schedule before heading out in the charter bus. In the meantime, the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville is a haven for art lovers who would like to see what local talents have to offer. Get the charter bus driver to bring your group of travelers to Hemming Plaza for an inspiring experience.
  • Restaurant & Shopping — When it comes to a shopping spree, the place to be at is St. Johns Town Center. It represents the heart of Jacksonville’s shopping and dining scene. This outdoor shopping attraction has hundreds of exclusive stores, charming outlets and upmarket products to offer. Looking for the latest Louis Vuitton, Tiffany and Co. or do you want to dine at luxurious fine diners? St. Johns Town Center has it all. When all the shopping is done, stop by the park with a giant chess board and a turtle pond for a relaxing time. Riverside/Avondale Historic District is both a historical site in Jacksonville and shopping destination. It has stores, a great park and is strategically located in the heart of the city’s downtown area. If you are looking for a tour that can help you have fun and relax at the same time, get things started with pit stop at Bold City Brewery and Intuition Ale Works, both offer educational and exciting brews for you to try. Bold City Brewery helps visitors experience the best of local favorite brew in a laid-back tap room with fun games to play with fellow travelers. Intuition Ale Works presents its guests with a trendy bar-like atmosphere to have fun and sample a wide number of beer recipes for a Friday night out.
  • Golf Courses & Sports Venues – If you get the chance to, catching a game from Jacksonville Jaguars in EverBank Field (formerly known as Alltel Stadium) is a must! This attraction is also host to a large number of events, festivals and college football games throughout the year. If you get hungry in the middle of the game, grab some food and drinks at The Bud Zone, purchase gifts at the fan shops and continue cheering the team on with your friends and local supporters. Another popular local stadium is the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena located on A Philip Randolph Boulevard. This 15,000-seater arena was built in 2003, set to replace the older Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Coliseum. So, if there is an event or game going on, be sure to grab a seat, cheer on and have a good time with your friends.
  • Historical Sites & Landmarks — There are as many historical landmarks in the city of Jacksonville as there are parks and outdoor attractions. Visitors’ favorites are Kingsley Plantation, Veterans Memorial Wall, Museum of Science and History, Timucuan Ecological & Historical Preserve and Fort George Island Cultural State Park. As soon as visitors step off the charter bus and into Kingsley Plantation, it feels like stepping into a whole different era. Even the drive to this attraction is scenic and surreal. This attraction is reminiscence of Pre-Columbian life in the city of Jacksonville and it shows the life of the Kingsley family, a polygamous and multiracial family, a rare find back then. The Veterans Memorial Wall is a dedication to the memory of Veterans who have served in various wars, the visit will be both moving and enlightening at the same time. For the kids, we reckon making a stop at the Museum of Science and History is a must. This family-friendly attraction will keep the young ones busy for at least half a day. You can also learn about the history of Florida’s Native Americans at Timucuan Ecological and Historical Preserve and explore the Fort George Island Cultural State Park during your trip.
  • Parks & Outdoor Activities —  Suffice to say, there is plenty of green space for everyone to enjoy in Jacksonville. Check out Catty Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary to learn about and connect with the big, endangered cats kept by this non-profit organization or organize a group trip to either Big Talbot Island State Park or Little Talbot Island State Park - both wonderfully calming beach and park respite from busy city life. The inviting hiking trails lets hikers into its amazingly romantic and inspiring landscape, especially during dawn and dusk. Thrill seekers looking for some kayaking and surfing can have their fill of these activities when they visit Atlantic Beach, a short drive away from Jacksonville’s city center. In the laid-back atmosphere, you will find families, couples, friendly locals and plenty of bars, restaurants, cafes and night spots along the beach. Other outdoor attractions to check out are the Jacksonville-Baldwin Rail Trail for the best hiking, biking and equestrian facilities, the Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park for its spacious camping sites, Fort Caroline National Memorial for a scenic hike in the middle of nature and lake, Theodore Roosevelt Area to learn about ecological zones or spot a rare animal, Jacksonville Arboretum and Gardens for a free tour around some of the most gorgeous flora and fauna in the city or go kayaking at Castaway Island Preserve.
  • Zoos & Aquariums — The Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens along Zoo Parkway is a 70-acre park in the Northeast of Florida where young travelers can get up close and personal with some amazing animals including reptiles, mammals, birds, cats and other fascinating species of animals.
  • Other Points of Interest — Friendship Fountain at Museum Circle is a truly Jacksonville gem, a haven for nature lovers, photographers and couples who are looking for a nice backdrop for their wedding photos. This peaceful attraction has a running trail with a good view over St. John’s River too.

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