Phoenix Your Guide To Charter Bus Rental
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Check Out These Great Phoenix Attractions with a Charter Bus
Musical Instrument Museum
The “MIM” has the largest collection of musical instruments in the world, with huge galleries based primarily on continents. See how brass, strings, percussion and other instruments evolved in similar and different ways around the world.
The Phoenix Art Museum
The largest visual arts museum in the Southwest, the PAM has nearly 20,000 works in its permanent collection, including extensive holdings of Western American art, as well as Latin American, Asian and European works.
The Desert Botanical Garden
Founded nearly 85 years ago, this 140-acre natural habitat has more than 50,000 plants and nearly 400 species, focusing on the flora of deserts, from the Sonora to the Baja to Australia, including rare and endangered species.
The Heard Museum
Established as the “world’s preeminent museum for the presentation, interpretation and advancement of American Indian art, the Heard works closely with artists and tribal communities throughout Arizona and the Southwest
The Arizona Science Center
The ASC emphasizes the “hands-on” experience, with more that 350 interactive exhibits. There’s a 5-story IMAX, as well as a planetarium. The Science Center also brings in many nationally traveling exhibitions.
The Phoenix Zoo
The largest privately owned, not-for-profit zoo in America, the Phoenix Zoo has more than 1,400 animals on 125 acres in Papago Park. Check out the Arizona Trail, the Tropics Trail or the Africa Trail at this sanctuary for endangered wildlife.
The largest of its kind in the Southwest, the OdySea boasts more than 6,000 marine creatures in its 2 million gallons of water, including sloths, sharks, stingrays and penguins. Check out the Voyager, the world’s only “rotating aquarium experience.”
The Hall of Flame Fire Museum
For a truly unusual experience, visit this huge museum dedicated to the preservation of fire-fighting vehicles and equipment. You’ll see restored horse-drawn fire wagons, as well as a wide array of motorized vehicles and other devices.
There Are Many Good Reasons to Book with BusRental.com
We will always get you the lowest price
We will match or beat any price from a competitor for the same trip and the same coach—that’s a guarantee. Competing vendor must be compliant with all requirements of the Department of Transportation (DOT).
Flexibility you won’t get anywhere else
Because of our longstanding relationships in the industry and the knowledge and expertise we have developed over more than three decades, we can make last minute or real-time changes or book an entire trip with short notice.
We are committed to your personal safety
We keep close track of the safety records of all our vendors and won’t use those who have current major safety violations. We also require that all charter bus companies we use keep accurate driving and maintenance logs at all times.
We offer premium customer service
With BusRental.com, you’ll have your own dedicated project management team (with a single point of contact), unmatched logistical support, 24/7 dispatch services, and full-time access to our online Trip Management Portal.
Come to Phoenix for One of These Great Events
Make your trip to Phoenix event better—schedule it to coincide with:
The Arizona State Fair
Get your fix of fried food and live music during this three-week event, held in the fall at the State Fairgrounds. There are more than 100 food booths and a huge midway, with one of the world’s largest transportable Ferris wheels.
The Phoenix Open
One of the biggest events of the year in Phoenix, this PGA tour event regularly draws the world’s top golfers. It’s held the weekend before the Super Bowl every year—the perfect time to come to the Valley of the Sun.
Like to drool over expensive cars, but not ready to plop down the money to buy one? Come to this annual car auction, where buyers from around the world bid on some of the priciest (and coolest) vehicles you’ll ever see.
This is baseball the way it was meant to be watched…lounging in a lawn chair with a beer in your hand, watching some of the world’s top players shake off the offseason rust. The Cactus League starts in late January and runs until opening day.
The McDowell Mountain Music Festival
Come to downtown Phoenix (Margaret T. Hance Park) for this 3-day jam in early March. McDowell. The bill is eclectic, with singer-songwriters, alternative bands and some world-beat. All proceeds go to charity.
Another annual staple in downtown Phoenix is Art Detour, where more than 100 local studios offer special exhibits, from Roosevelt Row to CenPho and the warehouse district. Keep your eyes open for some pop-up galleries as well.
The annual Pride parade in Phoenix is just a part of an entire weekend in April that focuses on the LGBTQ community here. There’s lots of live music and dancing, food booths and plenty of opportunities for retail therapy.
Tour de Fat
Beer, bands, bicycles and a little bacchanalia—this weekend-long event in October includes comedians, live music, circus performers and informal costume parties, all built around a brew-fest. It’s one of the many stops for a touring festival sponsored by New Belgium Brewing.
Book a Charter Bus to Phoenix for Any Type of Event
Absolutely. With a charter bus, you can be more efficient. Use your travel time for meetings or breakout sessions with team members. You can also book events more effectively, as you’ll all arrive and depart together.
These types of events are meant to be shared with others. On a charter bus, you’ll join fellow fans and likely make some new friends. You’ll also have your own designated driver.
When you’re taking students anywhere, you have two major concerns—keeping them safe and keeping track of them. With a charter bus, you’ll keep young drivers off the roads and you’ll know where they are at all times.
With a charter bus, you won’t have to park a mile away and try to find the gathering. You’ll also get to travel with like-minded people, sharing a common passion.
Visit the Neighborhoods in Phoenix in the Comfort of a Charter Bus
You’ll find many interesting and fun neighborhoods across the vast expanse of desert in Phoenix:
For some of the best views of the mountains, many of the city’s top restaurants and shopping destinations, or some of the most accessible hiking trails, check out Arcadia.
Known to locals simply as “RoRo,” this is one of the most unique locales in Phoenix, with independent movie theaters, art galleries, unusual boutiques, patio hangouts and sidewalk cafes. It’s also home to the Heard Museum.
The Warehouse District
See some of the city’s most historic brick and concrete buildings here, where gentrification has converted once-vacant warehouse space into bars, restaurants, art galleries, music venues and hip workspaces. It’s also close to the city’s sports stadiums.
The Willo Historic District
Step back in time and see many of the city’s most architecturally astonishing homes, some built nearly 100 years ago, including bungalows, ranch-style homes, Tudors and Spanish Colonials. Just west of Central Avenue, it’s also near just about everything.
Don’t Wait Another Day—Book Your Charter Bus Trip to Phoenix Today!
There’s an active, but laid-back vibe that you’ll find throughout Phoenix. You’ll find plenty to do there, but you’ll also have a chance to relax—but not if you try to handle things by yourself. Let your trip to the Valley of the Sun be a real vacation. Book a charter bus rental from BusRental.com and we’ll take care of all the details.