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Indianapolis Enjoy in the Luxury of a Charter Bus

You Have Questions about Charter Bus Travel—Here’s What You Want to Know!

Here a just some of the many reasons to choose US Coachways for your charter bus trip:

Who is US Coachways?

How do I initiate a US Coachways charter bus reservation to Indianapolis?

How early do we need to set up a US Coachways charter bus to Indianapolis?

How much does it cost to take a US Coachways charter bus to Indianapolis?

Do we have choices for the bus for our trip to Indianapolis?

What are the standard and special features on a charter bus rental to Indianapolis

Where will our trip start and end?

Can we bring and consume alcohol on a charter bus rental trip to Indianapolis?

What are the age requirements to rent a charter bus to Indianapolis?

Take a US Coachways Charter Bus Rental to Indianapolis

Here a just some of the many reasons to choose US Coachways for your charter bus trip:

We give special discounts

You can truly have a “one-of-a-kind” experience

Because of our knowledge and experience, as well as our longstanding relationships with thousands of charter bus vendors, we can adapt to your needs and dreams, and can make changes as you go.

Your safety is our priority

We only work with charter bus providers who don’t have any major current safety infractions. We also require strict compliance with vehicle maintenance and “time-on-the-road” regulations.

We lead the industry in customer service

How do we get more than 2,000 positive online reviews? By providing full-service dispatch, 24/7; unparalleled logistical support; a dedicated project management team; and access to our online Trip Management Portal.

Enjoy the Attractions in Indianapolis on a Charter Bus

With a charter bus rental from US Coachways, you can see and do it all in Indy:

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Home to the Indy 500 and the Verizon 200, it’s the largest sports venue in the world, and annually draws more fans than any other event. The museum, with artifacts from more than a century of racing, is open year round.

The Indianapolis Museum of Art

Located on 152 acres at Newfields, the IMA houses more than 50,000 works in its permanent collection, including Asian ceramics and bronzes, works by Paul Gauguin and an extensive collection of contemporary paintings and other art.

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

You can’t miss this one-of-a-kind museum, with life-sized dinosaurs gracing the buildings. There’s a real steam locomotive, a carousel and a huge glass sculpture in the nearly 500,000 square feet of space here.

The Eiteljorg Museum

Founded by philanthropist Harrison Eiteljorg, this museum boasts one of the most impressive collections of American native and western art in the world, with bronzes from Remington and Russell, and paintings from Georgia O’Keeffe.

The Indianapolis Zoo

With nearly 4,000 animals from over 300 different species, as well as an aquarium and a botanical garden, the Indianapolis Zoo has biomes of oceans, forests, deserts and plains, as well as an orangutan center and a dolphin pavilion.

The Indiana State Museum

One of the oldest state museums in the nation, founded in 1869, the ISM has extensive exhibits on subjects as diverse ad Abraham Lincoln, ice age paleontology, Indiana agriculture, and quilts and textiles.

Conner Prairie

Step back into the 19th century to the home of William Conner at this “living history” museum. Visit the Makesmith Workshop to see artisans working on textiles, metal and wood projects or learn about the Confederate raid here in 1863.

The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site

Visit the home of the nation’s 23rd president in the Old Northside Historic District. Harrison kicked off his famous “Front Porch” campaign here in 1888 and died here in 1901.

A Charter Bus Rental—A Great Choice for Any Outing

The comfort, safety, luxury and convenience of a charter bus rental make any trip better:

Should our company consider renting a charter bus?

Yes. A charter bus will help you make the best use of your time. You can multitask, holding meetings on the bus as you travel. You can also schedule events better, as you’ll all arrive and leave together.

How will a charter bus rental improve a school trip?

A charter bus rental will help you effectively address your two biggest concerns when traveling with students—keeping them safe as they travel and accounting for their whereabouts at all times.

Why should I book a charter bus for a game or concert?

When you go to a fun event on a charter bus, the party starts the minute you board. You won’t have to worry about navigating traffic, finding the venue or securing parking.

Is a charter bus a good fit for a large public gathering?

Absolutely. You won’t have to worry about parking a mile away and trying to find the heart of the action. We’ll drop you off and pick you up right where you want to be.

See Indy’s Fun Neighborhoods on a Charter Bus

Experience the diversity of these Indy neighborhoods in the comfort of a charter bus rental:

Broad Ripple

One of the city’s more laid-back locales, Broad Ripple has pubs, galleries, boutiques, pottery studios, spas and massage centers. Have a cold one at the Broad Ripple Brewpub, Indiana’s oldest brewery.

Mass Ave

The Massachusetts Avenue cultural district offers a dizzying array of great restaurants and clubs, as well as some of the city’s top venues for live music and theater.


This historic neighborhood features stunning homes in the Queen Anne, Arts & Crafts, Victorian and Italianate styles, as well as popular local cafes and stores.

Market East

Home to the Indianapolis City Market, where merchants have peddled their wares since 1886, Market East offers an impressive cornucopia of food, craft and antiques vendors, as well as a Wednesday farmer’s market all summer long.

Book Your Trip to Indy to Attend One of These Events

There’s usually some special event in Indianapolis. Check out these fun happenings:

The Indianapolis 500

Long considered “the greatest spectacle in racing,” this is the largest single-day sporting event in the world, with more than 300,000 fans attending annually on the last Sunday in May.

The 500 Festival

There’s a whole lot more than just the race—the festival lasts for an entire month, with a parade, a mini-marathon, a gala ball and a day when you can take a spin around the Speedway track.

The Broad Ripple Fair

This juried art fair attracts over 200 artists from around the world every May, but also offers one of the largest food courts you’ll find anywhere, as well as live entertainment. It’s held on the grounds of the Indianapolis Art Center

The Indian Market and Festival

Held in Military Park in June, this Native American festival brings in more than 150 artists, and features music, food, traditional dance and other tributes to Native American culture.

Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration

Held in July, this 50-year-old event is all about empowerment, offering education, networking and entrepreneurial outreach to black business owners

The Circle City Classic

Also held in April, this 25-year-old cultural festival pays homage to Japanese culture, with events involving Japanese music and dance, origami, martial arts and bonsai. Take part in a traditional tea ceremony or visit Sake Village

The Italian Street Festival

Join the crowds outside the Holy Rosary Catholic Church in June for a celebration of Italian culture and heritage, with dozens of different pastas, Italian specialty meats, cannoli and other delicacies. There’s also live music and dancing

The Indiana State Fair

This is the heartland, where the state fair is one of the biggest events of the year. Indiana has one of the premier fairs, with live entertainment, carnival rides, animal and agricultural exhibits and some of the world’s best fair food

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