Meander Through Manassas on a Virginia Bus Charter
For Civil War Buffs & Museum Lovers, a Manassas Bus Rental Makes the Grade
Known for its Civil War history, Manassas originated in 1852 at the junction of two railroads that linked Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. with the Shenandoah Valley and Richmond. Today, visitors can explore the hallowed Civil War battlefield or tour wonderful museums and Old Town Manassas with its family-owned shops and restaurants and picturesque streets.
Looking for a day trip, head to Mt. Vernon to visit George Washington’s famed home or the Iwo Jima Memorial and the Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington. Hit the boutiques and restaurants in Old Town Alexandria or head to Fredericksburg for great antiquing.
You can count on US Coachways to make your travels safe and easy. We offer the best bus rental rates possible and personal customer service to ensure a smooth ride for school trips, corporate events, community organizations, church groups and team travel as well as special events such as wedding activities, birthdays and anniversaries. With an extensive fleet of mini buses, party buses and luxury coaches, we offer city bus charters to locations throughout Virginia, including, Richmond, Charlottesville and Williamsburg. Tell us where you want to go and let our account specialists, dispatchers and drivers do the rest. You just sit back and enjoy the ride.
Museums, Monuments & More in Manassas
From the Manassas Battlefield National Park and the Pentagon in nearby Arlington to the slides of Splashdown Waterpark, Manassas and the surrounding region offers plenty of attractions. Below is a selection of museums, landmarks and other points of interest worth a visit during your travels.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — From the nightlife offered up in the Shirlington section of Arlington to the 70-foot-tall waterslides at Splashdown Waterpark, there is no end of amusements and entertainment to enjoy on a trip to the Manassas area. Ocean Dunes Waterpark in Arlington takes visitors to the Outer Banks. The Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas hosts everything from bluegrass to Beethoven. The Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall & Arts Center is a premier performance space in Alexandria.
- Arts & Cultural — The National Philharmonic makes its summer home in Wolf Trap, a national park for the performing arts located in nearby Vienna. The WSC Avant Bard is a professional theater company specializing in works of the immortal William Shakespeare. But there are more than stage productions and concerts to draw visitors to Manassas. The gardens at the Ben Lomond Manor House are legendary, and museums pay tribute to President James Monroe and the American impressionist painter Gari Melchers.
- Restaurants & Shopping — Enjoy a bevy of retail opportunities from the high-end boutiques in Alexandria’s Old Town neighborhood to the outlet stores in Manassas. Visitors to Manassas can find specialty shops in the city’s historic district as well as a farmer’s market. Arlington’s Shirlington area is a European-style promenade with fun shops, restaurants and nightlife while historic downtown Fredericksburg features numerous specialty, craft and antique shops in restored 18th- and 19th-century buildings.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — Among the attractions in and around Manassas, golf is king thanks to unique courses that offer challenges to players of all skill levels. Pinecrest in Alexandria caters to novices and more serious players alike. The General Ridge Golf Course is recognized as one of the most beautifully wooded public facilities near Washington D.C. The Greendale Golf Course provides a challenging design with tight Bermuda fairways and several water hazards. The Augustine Golf Club has received national recognition from both Golf Digest and Golf Magazine.
- Historic Sites & Landmarks — History buffs can choose from hallowed Civil War battlefields and iconic national monuments. Civil War buffs won’t want to miss the Manassas site of the Battle of Bull Run or the bloody landscape around Fredericksburg where Union and Confederate armies clashed in four pivotal battles – Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, the Wilderness and Spotsylvania -- within an 18-month span. Tour George Washington’s home at Mt. Vernon. Head to Arlington to see the Pentagon, Arlington National Cemetery and the U.S. Marine Corps Monument depicting the flag-raising at Iwo Jima.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — From bird sanctuaries to overlooks and water sports on the Potomac River, Manassas and Arlington offer plenty of outdoor adventure. Explore the hiking trails on Theodore Roosevelt Island or the fishing in Leesylvanis State Park. Prince William Forest National Park, once a training site for U.S. spies, now offers cross-country skiing, fall foliage and water sports. Tucked away in Arlington, Potomac Overlook offers more than 70 acres of woodlands, trails and gardens.
Book Your Manassas Bus Charter Today for Savings
Discover Manassas, Mt. Vernon, Arlington and more on a US Coachways city bus charter. The sooner you book your bus charter rental, the more you can save. It’s fast and easy to rent a bus by phone or online. From bachelor parties to team travel and church trips, enjoy a comfortable ride and great bus rental rates. Dial up our professional account specialists 24/7 for answers to your questions or help making a reservation. For a free quote or to book your bus charter trip, contact us at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427)