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Explore Long Island in a NY Charter Bus

Long Island Bus Rentals for Beach Goers, Shoppers & History Buffs 

Most famous for fantastic, white sand beaches, Long Island remains an adventure in all four seasons. Just minutes from Manhattan, discover world-class dining, fascinating museums and fabulous shopping that ranges from farmers' markets and seaside village shops to factory outlets.

But there’s so much more to enjoy. The historic Gold Coast mansions inspired the novel “The Great Gatsby.” Belmont Park hosts world-class thoroughbred racing. With year-round winery tours, art galleries, posh shops and film festivals, the Hamptons remain a hot destination even when the celebrity-laden beach crowd goes home. Outdoor winter fun includes ice-skating and seal watching aboard a wildlife cruise.

From the first step to the last mile, trust US Coachways to take the worry out of your travel plans. We can accommodate both large and small groups with our extensive fleet, including mini-buses, party buses and 56-seat charter buses. Our great prices and helpful staff make us an ideal choice for community groups, church groups, school trips and team travel as well as special events such as bachelor parties and birthday bashes.

We offer city bus charters with private drivers to locations throughout New York state, including Buffalo, the Adirondacks and the Hudson Valley. Give us your itinerary and then sit back and enjoy the ride on our rental buses with luxury amenities.

Seaside Villages, Historic Mansions, Great Shopping & More

From the ocean beaches of Fire Island to Teddy Roosevelt’s “Summer White House” in Oyster Bay, there are plenty of points of interest and fabulous year-round experiences to be had on Long Island. Here’s a brief rundown of things to do and see during your travels.


  • Entertainment & Amusement Parks — From amusement parks to big concert venues, Long Island offers entertainments and amusements. Located in Calverton, Splish Splash Water Park has been voted one of the nation’s top 15 water parks by Budget Travel. Nunley’s Carousel has been charming riders for more than a century. Or score a ticket for a show at the 18,000-seat Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum or the Nikon Theater at Jones Beach, with its 15,000 seats.
  • Arts & Cultural — Long Island is home to a seemingly countless array of fascinating museums. Visit the acclaimed art collections housed in the Nassau County Museum of Art, Heckscher Museum and the Parrish Art Museum. There’s a fully-equipped 19th century whale boat at the Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum. The Cradle of Aviation Museum plays tribute to Long Island’s aerospace heritage, while the Vanderbilt Museum has one of the nation’s best-equipped planetariums.
  • Restaurants & Shopping — In need of some retail therapy? From outlets to the high-end stores in East Hampton, Long Island offers a diverse array of shopping opportunities. The Tanger Outlets in Riverhead is the largest factory outlet center in Long Island. Follow the North Fork Trail scenic byway from Southold to Orient Point to wineries, farm stands, antique shops and great restaurants. And if its upscale you want, there’s Manhasset’s outdoor shopping district and the chic seaside towns that make up the Hamptons.
  • Golf Courses & Sports Venues — Whether its professional hockey or thoroughbred horseracing at Belmont Park, Long Island offers a number of venues to occupy sports fans. You can watch the polo matches at Bethpage State Park, play 18 holes at one of the park’s five championship golf courses or tee off at Southampton’s Shinnecock Hills Golf Club..
  • Historic Sites & Landmarks — Historic sites aren’t always old homes and battlefields. Yes, you can tour the birthplace of the poet Walt Whitman and the Gold Coast mansions immortalized by F. Scott Fitzgerald in “The Great Gatsby.” How about a visit to “The Big Duck.” That what folks call the duck-shaped building (it has a beak and everything) built in 1931 by a local farmer to sell his Peking ducks to passing tourists. Today, it remains a famous example of roadside architecture.
  • Parks & Outdoor Activities — Long Island’s beaches are world-renowned with spectacular waves, miles of boardwalks and beach trails, not to mention beautiful sunrises and sunsets. From Jones Beach State Park to Fire Island and Montauk State Park, visitors can swim, surf, fish, canoe and scuba dive. Still, nature lovers will find more than sand and surf to occupy their time.  Eisenhower Park is considered “the Central Park” of Nassau County. Explore the rare Dwarf Pines in the Pine Barren region or follow the historic Walt Whitman trail to Jayne’s Hill, Long Island’s highest peak.
  • Zoos & Aquariums — The Long Island Aquarium, located in Riverhead, features one of the largest all-living coral reef displays in this hemisphere, a 120,000-gallon shark tank, year-round sea lion shows, numerous touch tanks, butterflies from all over the world and more than 100 exhibits and interactive experiences.

Don’t Hesitate. Book Your Long Island Bus Charter Rental Today

You can always rely on US Coachways for a smooth, comfortable ride and a great price sure to fit your budget. Whether you’re planning a group getaway for the weekend or a corporate retreat, our professional account specialists are on call 24/7 to answer your questions.  For a free quote or to book your bus rental, contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427).

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