Enjoy Tallahassee’s Southern Charm on a FL Bus Charter
A Smooth Ride on a Tallahassee Bus Rental for History Buffs, Sports Fans & Shoppers
Blessed with rolling hills and canopied roads of moss-draped oaks, Florida’s capital city flouts the stereotypes most people hold about the Sunshine State. It’s a genteel Southern town with an enchanting mix of old-fashioned charm and cosmopolitan flair. From the gallery atop the 22-story New Capitol visitors can catch a view of tree-lined streets. A 10-block historic district preserves the town's old homes. Natural adventures abound, as do museums, parks and a hopping nightlife, making Tallahassee a must-see stop on any trip through Florida.
Count on US Coachways to take the worry out of your travel plans. Great bus rental rates and personal customer service ensure a smooth ride for community organizations, church groups, school trips and team travel as well as special events such as bachelor parties, wedding activities, birthdays and anniversaries. With an extensive fleet of mini buses, party buses and luxury coaches, we offer city bus charters for groups of all sizes to locations throughout Florida, including Miami, Orlando and the Florida Keys. Plan your itinerary and our skilled accounts specialists, dispatchers and drivers will do the rest.
Capital Ways to Keep Busy in Tallahassee
Situated on Florida’s I-10 corridor in the Panhandle, Tallahassee is a place where a modern-day college town intersects with history, politics and culture. Among the museums, landmarks and other points of interest you waon't want to miss during your travels through the region are:
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — From a theme park in nearby Pensacola to a hopping nightlife, Tallahassee promises visitors a rocking good time. The city is Florida’s only stop on the National Blues Trail. Catch a show at the 12,500-seat Donald L. Tucker Civic Center at Florida State University, one of northern Florida’s premiere entertainment venues. Looking for chills and thrills? Head to Sam’s Fun City, the only theme park in Pensacola.
- Arts & Cultural — Tallahassee’s museums are a treasure trove of lush artworks and dynamic exhibits that tell the story the city’s cultural and historic roots. Enjoy dynamic sculptures at Florida State University’s Museum of Fine Arts or tour a pioneer homestead at the Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science. Don’t miss the Museum of Florida History, where visitors are regaled with tales of Florida’s founding as a Spanish settlement or the state’s role in the American Civil War.
- Restaurants & Shopping — From high-end boutiques and restaurants to the downhome charm of Bradley’s Country Store just outside the city on the scenic Centerville Road, Florida’s capital city offers plenty to delight shoppers and foodies. Midtown offers boutiques, restaurants and the only rooftop bar of its kind between South Beach and Atlanta. Ten Thousand Villages in the heart of Tallahassee's northeast shopping district is a fair trade retailer with items from across the globe. Head to Apalachicola, located 40 miles south of Tallahassee, for exquisite oysters harvested right along the Gulf Coast.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — Like any college town in the South, Tallahassee is a mecca for college football fans. Doak S. Campbell Stadium, with more than 84,000 seats, is home to the Florida State University Seminoles football team. Golfers have close to a dozen private and public courses that cater to both seasoned pros and first-timers.
- Historic Sites & Landmarks — The view from the gallery atop the 22-story New Capitol building is not to be missed. Neither are the historic buildings along the Calhoun Street Historic District, the Knott House Museum or the Natural Bridge Battlefield Historic State Park, the site of the second largest Civil War battle in Florida. For a taste of old Spanish Florida, visit the Mission San Luis de Apalachee.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Outdoor adventures abound in and around Tallahassee from the ornamental gardens at Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park to the fishing at Lake Talquin. The St. Mark’s National Wildlife Refuge is a trail runner’s dream while the St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail loops for eight miles through spacious longleaf pine forests intermixed with ponds and wetlands.
- Other Points of Interest —Have you ever dreamed of seeing the Batmobile? It’s on display at the Tallahassee Antique Car Museum along with a host of other pieces of automobile history. Meanwhile, scenic drives define the Tallahassee area where the limbs of huge moss-draped live oaks, hickories and pines create a canopy over roads that were once paths traveled by native tribes. Tallahassee has nine official canopy roads offering more than 78 miles of shaded drives.
Don’t Wait to Visit Tallahassee on a US Coachways Bus Charter Rental
Explore Tallahassee on a US Coachways city bus charter. From bachelor parties to corporate events and church trips, enjoy a comfortable, safe ride at great bus rental rates. Call our professional account specialists anytime, day or night, for help making a reservation. For a free quote or to book your bus charter rental, contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427)