Charter Bus & Party Bus Rentals in Philadelphia
Bus Rentals for History Buffs, Shopaholics & Philly Fans
Cheesesteaks and the Liberty Bell. Oh, and don’t forget Rocky. Now that the obvious stuff is out of the way, what are the other things to do and see in Philadelphia?
If its history and culture you want, few cities provide more to do and see. When not visiting Independence Hall, perusing art museums or attending the ballet, you can shop, stroll scenic parks and neighborhoods, visit the zoo or cheer on the Phillies from a box seat.
At night? Enjoy cocktails, live music and dancing.
Whether it’s an evening out, a school trip or a corporate event, US Coachways offers city bus charters to locations throughout Pennsylvania, including Pittsburgh, Erie and Harrisburg. Our affordable rates and superior customer services make us the right choice for all types of community groups as well as special events such as bachelor parties and anniversaries. Provide your itinerary to our account specialists – available 24 hours a day, seven days a week – and we do the rest. Just enjoy the ride on our bus rentals featuring luxury amenities.
Is It Always Sunny in Philadelphia? No, But It’s Always Fun.
There is no shortage of places to go and things to do in Philadelphia. Here’s a sample of the many points of interest and what the City of Brotherly Love has to offer:
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — The amusements offered in Philadelphia are as varied as the city itself. Try your luck at the Harrah’s casino located 30 minutes outside the city in Chester. Grab dinner and a show at the Sugar House Casino or cruise the Delaware River on the Spirit Of Philadelphia for a unique view of the city skyline.
- Arts & Cultural — The Philadelphia art and culture scene is nothing short of breathtaking, from the spectacular collections of the Philadelphia Art Museum to the outdoor murals in City Center. If its performing arts you want, visit the Avenue of the Arts along Broad Street where the Philadelphia Orchestra has its home or get a ticket for a show at the Mann Center, the region’s premier outdoor entertainment venue.
- Restaurants & Shopping — From quaint boutiques to cheesesteak sandwiches, Philadelphia is a haven for shopaholics and foodies. A one-block walk from Independence Hall puts you in the nation’s oldest diamond district. The Beaux Arts architecture of The Bellevue houses upscale shops and premier restaurants, including The Palm and Bliss. Or for a real taste of Philadelphia, visit South Philadelphia’s Geno’s Steaks, the birthplace of the Philly cheesesteak sandwich.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — Museums aren’t everyone's cup of tea. Sports and golf enthusiasts have much to celebrate, from six municipal golf courses to the World Series-winning Philadelphia Phillies. Cheer on the Eagles from behind the 50-yard line or sit courtside the watch the 76ers. Golf Week Magazine has rated the Olde Course at Cobb's Creek Golf Club as one of America’s best golf courses.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks — The Old City section of Philadelphia is home to the most historic square miles in America. A walk through the Independence National Historical Park takes visitors past the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Franklin Court and City Tavern. Marvel at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul or the Georgian architecture of Christ Church where Benjamin Franklin attended Sunday services. Visit the Betsy Ross House imagine meeting the woman herself.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Get some sun and fresh air and break in those hiking boots at Fairmount Park. Originally the city’s first park, it now encompasses the city’s 9,200-acre public park system and is home to 62 parks with horse stables, pools and ice rinks as well as miles of hiking trails.
- Zoos & Aquariums — Like so many things in Philadelphia, even its famed zoo is a landmark. Founded in 1859, it was the first zoo built in the United States and is now the region’s leading family attraction, with more than one million visitors arriving every year to view lions, snow leopards, polar bears, rare primates and a white rhino.
- Other Points of Interest — Philadelphia is home to one of three national mints where the U.S. government literally makes money. Stroll through the visitor's gallery and view the huge machines that work 24 hours a day, five days a week to churn out the very coins in your pocket. Don't miss the mint’s collection of old coins and the original coining press used in 1792.
Book Your Philadelphia, PA Bus Charter Rental Now
Nothing beats the comfort and reliability of US Coachways. Whether you need a party bus for a bachelor party or a large charter bus to ferry convention attendees to fun locations throughout Philadelphia, our professional account specialists can handle your needs. We make it easy. Contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427).
The City of Brotherly Love has everything to offer from historic sites and museums to a bustling downtown and casinos. Visit a part of American history at the Liberty Bell or learn more about our founding fathers at the National Constitution Center. And if you’re feeling lucky, Philadelphia is the largest major U.S. city with casinos that include both table games and slot machines, so pay a visit to SugarHouse Casino and try your luck.
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