Travel Springfield on a Massachusetts Bus Charter
For Museum Lovers & Basketball Fans, a Springfield Bus Rental is the Way to Go
What do basketball and Dr. Seuss have in common? Both were born in Springfield.
Springfield is best known as the birthplace of basketball and home of the Basketball Hall of Fame as well as the home of beloved children's author and illustrator, Theodor Seuss Geisel, otherwise known as “Dr. Seuss.” Visitors can wander through the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden, located at the Quadrangle, where the Cat in the Hat and other beloved characters are cast in bronze. But this historic city on the shores of the Connecticut River also boasts great museums, scenic parks and a lively downtown nightlife.
Looking for a day trip? Take a drive up Interstate 91 to visit the lively college towns of Northampton and Holyoke. Along the way, you'll discover fun-filled attractions.
From bachelor parties and weekend getaway to corporate events, you can count on US Coachways for all your travel needs. With a fleet of vehicles that range from 56-seat coaches to party buses, we can accommodate any size group — and at a great price. Add superior customer service to our affordable bus rental rates and we are an ideal choice for all sorts of community and church groups, school trips and team travel as well special events such as weddings and birthday celebrations. US Coachways offers city bus charters to locations through Massachusetts, including Boston, Lexington and Plymouth. Set your itinerary, decide how you want to travel and let us do the rest.
“Oh, the Places You’ll Go” in Springfield
From chilling roller coasters and serene parks to famous art collections and pulsing nightclubs, Springfield and the surrounding area offers lots to do and see. Below is just a sample of local attractions and points of interest.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Springfield offers no shortage of amusements. The city’s downtown boasts more than 60 clubs and restaurants. The Eastern States Exposition in nearby West Springfield is home to the Big E, the largest fair in the Northeast United States. If roller coasters are your passion, don’t miss Six Flags New England and its sibling water park Hurricane Harbor. Getting there is easy. US Coachways is the official charter bus service for the Six Flags theme parks nationwide.
- Art & Culture —The Springfield Quadrangle, located in the heart of downtown, boasts several world-class museums focusing on fine art, science and local history. Stroll through the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden with its bronze sculptures depicting popular characters from the famed children’s books. Symphony Hall is home to a Broadway-style theatre, as well as the Springfield Symphony Orchestra.
- Restaurants & Shopping —For those visiting downtown Springfield, Tower Square offers a mix of shops, entertainment and dining opportunities. But great shopping can also be found in a number of nearby towns. If you’re looking for antiques, head to the outdoor antique show in Brimfield. The old Stanley Home Products factory in Easthampton houses artists, restaurants, and entertainment events. Make your own candles at Yankee Candle’s flagship store in South Deerfield.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — Tee off at the Franconia Golf Course, located on the outskirts of Springfield’s downtown. If golf isn’t your thing, head to the 8,000-seat Mass Mutual Center to cheer on the Springfield Falcons of the American Hockey League.
- Historic Sites & Landmarks — Springfield’s role in the American Revolution is commemorated at the Springfield Armory National Historic Site, which also houses the world’s largest historic American military firearms collection. The Wistariahurst Museum sits a short drive away in Holyoke. The Storrowton Village Museum on the grounds of Eastern States Exposition recreates a 19th century New England village.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Springfield’s park system includes nineteen parks, thirteen pools, two swimming ponds and two public golf courses. The Connecticut River Walk includes a nearly four-mile stretch along the Springfield riverfront for biking, walking or rollerblading. Head to the Robinson State Park in Feeding Hills for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding.
- Zoos & Aquariums — Located inside Springfield’s beautiful Forest Park, the Zoo in Forest Park is home to an array of exotic animals from around the world including mountain lions, kangaroos, primates and more.
- Other Points of Interest — Baseball has Cooperstown, and basketball has Springfield. The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, named for the man who invented the game, features more than three hundred inductees and hundreds of exhibits. Walk through the rich history of Smith & Wesson firearms at the company’s factory museum. The Calvin Coolidge Presidential Library and Museum is located at the Forbes Library in Northampton.
What’s The Holdup? Book Your Springfield Bus Charter Today
Booking your Springfield charter bus rental takes just a few moments. Just call our accounts specialists any time, day or night, and tell us how you want to travel and when you want to depart and arrive. We’ll take care of the rest. For a free quote or to book you trip,contact us today at 1-855-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427).