Explore Syracuse on a New York Bus Charter
Rent a Bus for Fun in All Seasons, from Museums to Amusement Parks
The city sits near the shores of Lake Onondaga, within 20 miles of the scenic Finger Lakes region. Syracuse mixes a small-town feel with big-city attractions that include a symphony orchestra, an opera company, professional and college sports teams, museums and art galleries, not to mention a vibrant nightlife.
Planning a summer trip? Don't miss the Great New York State Fair at the Empire Expo Center or exploring the scenic waterfalls and gorges of the area’s state parks. Traveling in winter? A bountiful snowfall provides mountains to do from snowmobiling to skiing.
Whether you are planning a bachelor party or a corporate event, US Coachways makes travel plans and bus trips a breeze. We can accommodate both large and small groups easily with bus rental rates that are extremely affordable. Our account specialist enjoy helping community groups, church groups, schools and teams plan the perfect trip.
We offer bus charter rentals with private drivers to locations throughout New York state, including Albany, New York City and the Buffalo. It’s never been easier to reserve a bus charter. Give us your literary and we’ll get to work.
Syracuse Has Something For Everyone
From opera to restaurants and winter sports, there is no shortage of points of interest with plenty of places to go and things to do in Syracuse and the surrounding Finger Lakes region. Below is a brief rundown of what to include on your trip.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Get ready to be entertained. Ride the newly installed Super Himalaya roller coaster at Sylvan Beach Amusement Park. Experience the thrill of live thoroughbred racing at Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack in Farmington. Try your luck at Turning Stone Casino in Verona, or tour the illusion gallery and anti-gravity chamber at WonderWorks.
- Arts & Cultural — Syracuse is known as a big sports town. Still, the city’s art and cultural attractions shouldn’t be missed. The Everson Museum of Art is as famous for its distinctive building designs – courtesy of architect I.M. Pei -- as it is for holding one of the world’s largest ceramics collections.
- Restaurants & Shopping — From hip restaurants to outlet stores and farmers' markets, Syracuse offers an abundance of choices for those looking to dine and shop. The Armory Square District, located downtown, has trendy eateries and unique sidewalk boutiques as well as clubs. The Inner Harbor District is home to Central New York Regional Farmer’s Market as well as Destiny USA with its 250 specialty stores and luxury outlets. And the Tipperary Hill neighborhood offers traditional Irish cuisine and import shops.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — Most sports fans don’t paint their face orange and scream themselves horse. It is, however perfectly acceptable behavior at the Carrier Dome, home to Syracuse University’s Division I games. If college sports aren’t your thing, cheer on the city’s minor league baseball and hockey team. As for golf, the Finger Lakes region boats several championship courses, including Bristol Harbour Golf Club in Canandaigua.
- Historic Sites & Landmarks — History buffs may be impressed to know that civil rights drew its first tentative breath in the Finger Lakes. Learn about the freedoms won for women with a visit to the Women's Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls or drop by the Harriet Tubman Home in Auburn, which celebrates the life of the former slave who is known for her Underground Railroad activities. Visit the home in Dansville where Clara Barton founded the America Red Cross
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — The Finger Lakes region includes 11 pristine lakes that spread like fingers across the heart of New York state, creating a playground for outdoor enthusiasts. The rivers that connect each finger lake to Lake Ontario are perfect for fishing, swimming and boating. The region’s many state parks — ideal for hiking, biking and camping — include Watkins Glen, with its deep gorges and waterfalls, and the towering cliffs of Chimney Bluff. In winter, these same parks allow snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, while those looking for downhill excitement can hit the slopes at Labrador Mountain.
- Zoos & Aquariums — There’s nothing like a trip to the zoo. The Rosamond Gifford Zoo at Burnet Park houses more than 900 animals, from Siberian tigers to baby elephants. The region’s only other zoo, the Seneca Park Zoo, houses 250 animals, including polar bears and seals, and boats an underwater viewing of river otters.
Book Your Syracuse Bus Charter Rental Now
Looking for comfort and reliability at a good price? Nothing beats US Coachways. Whether it’s a party bus or a 56-seat charter bus, our professional account specialists are on call 24/7 to make the arrangements. Let our team do the rest. For a free quote or to book your trip, contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427)