Discover Mystic on a Connecticut Bus Charter
From Antiquing to Gambling , Mystic Bus Rentals are a Great Bet for Everyone
Looking for old fashioned New England charm? You found it in the seaside town of Mystic, which is devoted to all things maritime. Home to the beluga whales at Mystic Aquarium, there is plenty to do and see from sailing to great seafood eateries. Tour the tall ships at Mystic Seaport, a recreated 19th century seafaring village, and then visit the unique gift shops at Olde Mistick Village. Stop for a bite at Mystic Pizza, the eatery made famous by the Julia Roberts movie of the same name.
Looking for a night out? The Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun casino complexes are located nearby and are a sure bet for entertainment. In nearby New London, visitors to the city’s historic waterfront district can walk in the footsteps of Nathan Hale and Benedict Arnold.
From school trips to bachelor parties, US Coachways offers city bus tours to locations throughout Connecticut, including Hartford, Bridgeport and Greenwich. Reliable and affordable, our extensive fleet of vehicles with luxury amenities includes party buses, minibuses and 56-seat charter coaches. Add superior customer service and US Coachways is an ideal choice for church groups, community organizations, field trips and team travel as well as special celebrations such as weddings and anniversaries. Our account specialists are available 24/7 to answer your questions and help you plan a memorable charter bus trip.
Sail Through the Sights in Mystic
Whether it’s antiquing, sailing or shopping, there’s no shortage of things to do and see in Mystic. Below are some the points of interest and things you won't want to miss checking out in this scenic seaside town.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Within easy access of New York, Boston, Hartford and Providence, Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods rival the casinos of Atlantic City with thousands of slot machines and hundreds of table games. Stay in one of several luxury hotels. When you’re tired of gambling, take in a show, visit a spa, play 18 holes at Foxwoods’ award-winning golf course or grab a bite to eat at restaurants that run the gamut from five-star gourmet to grab-and-go fare.
- Arts & Cultural — Mystic is a small town, but the area’s arts and culture scene here is big stuff from the exhibits at the Lyman Allyn Art Museum and the Mystic Arts Center to the Sculpture Path by the Sea at the Branson House Mansion. If its performing arts you crave, take in the Mystic Ballet or visit the Mystic Stage, an old vaudeville theater that now presents Broadway musicals and film festivals.
- Restaurants & Shopping — What’s a visit to Connecticut without antiques. The Mystic Country Antiques Trail offers more than 25 antique venues and about 30 historic homes and museums as well as a winery and historic bed and breakfast. If you’re looking for designer clothes at cheap prices, the Clinton Crossing Premium Outlets are located off Interstate 95 in nearby Clinton. Discover one-of-a-kind boutiques shops along Mystic’s Main Street or New London’s historic waterfront district. The Olde Mistick Village houses more than 60 specialty stores and restaurants in a Colonial New England setting
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — Foxwoods isn’t the only place to play 18 holes. In North Stonington, the Lake of Isles Golf Course, open since 1995, features two nationally recognized courses designed by acclaimed architect Rees Jones. The Shennecosset Golf Course in Groton has hosted the likes of Arnold Palmer and Bobby Jones.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks — The historic Mystic Seaport is home to four tall ships. In nearby New London, tour the famous Hempstead Houses, see the collection of Tiffany glass windows in its cathedral or visit the Amistad display at the Custom House Maritime Museum. The one-room school house where Nathan Hale taught is still standing. In nearby Groton, the Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park is where British forces, commanded by the infamous Benedict Arnold, captured the fort and massacred 88 of the 165 defenders stationed there.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Like any coastal New England town, Mystic and the surrounding area offers its share of beaches and water sports. Cruise the Mystic River aboard the Steamboat Sabino at Mystic Seaport or charter a sailboat at one of the many marinas that pepper the area. Ocean Beach Park in New London offers great access to Long Island Sound from a beautiful white sand beach. Landlubbers, meanwhile, can hike the trails at the 300-acre Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center or drop a line off the fishing pier at Fort Trumbull State Park.
- Zoos & Aquariums — A popular field trip destination, the Mystic Aquarium is a great way to spend a day. Visit a variety of animals from beluga whales and sea lions to African penguins, sharks and more. Don’t miss the jellyfish exhibit.
- Other Points of Interest — Head to Groton to board the Nautilus, the first nuclear-powered submarine, and experience firsthand what it was like to be a member of the crew. It’s just one exhibit at the Submarine Force Museum, which documents the development of submarines. What to know more about the “silent service?” Head to the U.S. Submarine World War II Veteran's Memorial.
Book Your Mystic Bus Charter Rental Today
Looking for comfort, reliability and good bus rental rates? Nothing beats US Coachways. Whether it’s a night at Foxwoods or a cross-country trip, our professional account specialists are available anytime to make the arrangements. Give us your itinerary and let our team handle the rest. For a free quote or to book your trip, contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427).