Tour Trenton On A New Jersey Bus Charter
Bus Rentals For Art Lovers & History Buffs
Known for its crucial role in the Revolutionary War, Trenton is suffused in tales of the past, featuring several museums and monuments, including the Old Barracks Museum, the country's sole remaining British Barracks.
But New Jersey’s capital city entices more than history lovers. Sports fans can cheer on minor league baseball and hockey teams while art connoisseurs can trek through galleries and the 35-acre Grounds for Sculpture park, as well as theaters and auditoriums.
Looking for something a bit different? Head to nearby Princeton and Lambertville to shop for antiques and explore unique shopping venues, or see the sharks at Adventure Aquarium in Camden.
Whether you’re planning a family vacation, a corporate event or organizing activities for wedding guests, US Coachways get you where you want to go. Our extensive fleet, which includes mini-coaches, party buses and large charter buses, is designed to accommodate any size group for any type of event. We are an affordable travel option for community groups, school trips, church groups and team travel as well as special events such as bachelor parties. We offer city bus charter rentals to locations throughout New Jersey, including Atlantic City, Morristown and the Jersey Shore. Give us a destination and tell us how you want to travel. Our experienced customer specialists, drivers and dispatchers will handle the rest.
Plenty To See & Do in Trenton
From concert venues that draw big names to an impressive sculpture garden to historic sites, there is no shortage of points of interest in Trenton and the surrounding areas. Below are few highlights of places to go or things to do when visiting the Trenton area.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks—Home to the Trenton Devil’s hockey team, the 10,000-seat Sun National Bank Center is also a major concert venue, hosting performances by the likes of Elton John, Cher and Bruce Springsteen.
- Arts & Cultural—The Garden State’s capital city offers an impressive arts and culture scene, from the collections and exhibits at the New Jersey State Museum to performances at Patriots Theater, a 1,807-seat venue of Italian Renaissance. Don’t miss the Grounds for Sculpture park, a 35-acre sculpture garden with 250 contemporary, large-scale outdoor works. Tour galleries, gardens and the State Planetarium at the Capitol Complex.
- Restaurants & Shopping—In nearby Lambertville, charming streets lined with well-preserved federal townhouses and Victorian homes are a shopper’s playground with a cluster of antique shops, eclectic galleries and coffee shops. Princeton’s bustling downtown shopping district caters to upscale clothing stores and unique boutiques.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues—Sports fans have much to cheer. The Trenton Thunder, the New York Yankees’ AA baseball team, make their home at Mercer County Waterfront Park. The Trenton Devils, the New Jersey Devils’ AA hockey squad, plays at Sun National Bank Center.
- Historical Sites & Landmarks —Steeped in history, Trenton has museums and monuments aplenty. A walk by the New Jersey State House takes visitors past the New Jersey World War II Memorial and the Old Barracks Museum, where Hessian soldiers were housed during the first Battle of Trenton. Head to nearby Princeton to tour Drumthwacket, the official residence of New Jersey’s governors. In Camden, venture to the humble dwelling of the great American poet Walt Whitman.
- Zoos & Amusement Parks—Spend a day with starfish, stingrays and sharks at Adventure Aquarium in nearby Camden. A 550,000-gallon shark exhibit, with a walk-through tunnel, houses more than two dozen of the toothy predators. Other popular attractions include African penguins, seals and Nile hippos.
Reserve Your Trenton Bus Charter Now
It’s never been easier to book a bus charter with US Coachways. Our account specialists can be reached by phone and email 24/7, or make your reservation online. For a free quote or to book your bus rental, contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427).