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Dallas Your Guide To Charter Bus Rental

One of the fastest growing cities in the nation and the world, Dallas blends a rich historical tradition with cutting-edge culinary, arts and shopping. From storied Dealey Plaza to Deep Ellum, from the State Fair of Texas to the Frontiers of Flight Museum, Dallas offers a rich and unforgettable experience. But it’s a bustling, burgeoning metropolis, though—don’t burden yourself by trying to navigate it roadways on your own. With a charter bus rental from BusRental.com, you can leave all the worries to someone else.

Have questions about renting a charter bus?

Here’s what you need to know:
BusRental.com has been a standard-bearer in the charter bus rental business for more than 30 years, working closely with groups, group leaders, businesses and business owners to identify and implement effective ground transportation solutions nationwide.
To initiate the booking process, visit our state-of-the-art online cost calculator or call 1-866-569-2012 to speak to one of our experienced professional customer service agents. We will answer all your questions, provide a free quote and walk you through the reservation process.
The sooner you contact us, the more options we will typically be able to offer you. Not to worry, though—because of our vast and longstanding relationships with charter bus service providers across the U.S., we can usually set up an entire outing with short notice.
No. We work with charter bus vendors in large and small communities nationwide, and can typically arrange to pick you up at a convenient location near you.
The total cost of your trip will depend on a number of factors, including the dates and days of the week that you travel, how far you’ll be going, how many people will be attending, and any special features you need on your bus
At BusRental.com, we know from experience that the right coach can make a big difference in the outcome of your trip. We offer a wide range of coaches to meet your specific needs. If you’re taking a lot of people to Dallas, we recommend the full-sized charter bus, with seating for up to 57. For small groups, the minibus is perfect, with seating for 24-35 and ample room for personal items. To see all of your options, visit our fleet page.
Yes. We allow the consumption of beer, wine and liquor on our charter bus rentals, provided we have granted you permission to do so before your trip starts. You must, however, comply with all state or local laws anywhere your bus travels. Furthermore, your driver will have the right, at any time and in his or her sole discretion, to suspend or discontinue the use of alcohol.
You must be at least 21 years of age to sign a charter bus rental contract. Charter buses are available for high school and college events, but the rental contract must be signed by a legal adult.

Enjoy the Unique Attractions in Dallas

There are things you can only do in Dallas:

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

Now a museum, this former schoolbook depository chronicles the events of November 22, 1963, when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated while riding in a motorcade nearby. Take a guided audio tour and hear actual sound recordings.

The John F. Kennedy Memorial

Just down the street from Dealey Plaza, this massive 30-by-50-foot monument serves as a cenotaph, or open tomb, paying tribute to of our nation’s 35th president. Be sure to read the epitaphs that honor President Kennedy’s legacy.

The Perot Museum of Nature and Science

The Perot Museum examines the use of technology to promote sustainability, with exhibits on a wide range of eco-friendly technologies, such as solar power, recycling and water conservation.

The Dallas Museum of Art

With paintings by Monet and Pollock among its more than 24,000 works of art, the Dallas Museum of Art is one of the nation’s 10 largest public art museums. Founded in 1903, the DMA also has exhibits of art from Greek, Roman and Egyptian antiquity.

The Dallas Zoo

A tiger habitat and an otter outpost are just a couple of the fun exhibits at the Dallas Zoo, located near the city Just a couple miles from the city center. The zoo boasts more than 2,000 exotic animals from over 400 species, with an emphasis on the wildlife of Africa and North America.

The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

Located on 66 acres on the shores of White Rock Lake, this attraction includes 14 exhibits of seasonal flora, from flowers and shrubs to plants and trees.

The Dallas World Aquarium

The aquarium’s 87,000-gallon saltwater tank is home to bonnethead sharks, leafy sea dragons, stingrays, jellyfish and other saltwater marine creatures. You can also observe a real rainforest, with sloths, crocodiles and poison dart frogs.

The Frontiers of Flight Museum

The restored Apollo VII is one of more than 30 full-sized aircraft here. There’s also a full-scale model of the Wright Brothers Flyer in this museum dedicated to the history of flight.

Book Your Charter Bus Rental with BusRental.com

You’ll find many benefits when you rent a charter bus from BusRental.com:
Price Match

The best deal for your charter bus rental to Dallas

We will match or beat the lowest price you receive from any competing vendor to the same trip with the same coach, provided they are DOT-compliant. That’s a guarantee!

Last Minute

Flexibility you won’t find anywhere else in the business

Our reputation in the industry, combined with our access to an unparalleled fleet of charter buses, make it easy for us to accommodate real-time or last-minute changes, or even book an entire outing with short notice.


The gold standard for customer service

We’ll provide you with your own dedicated project management team, top-of-the-line logistical support, dispatch services 24/7, and access to our state-of-the art online Trip Management Portal.

Customer Service

We place a premium on your safety

We monitor our vendors and their drivers to ensure there are no current major violations of safety regulations. We require that drivers comply with “time on the road” requirements and keep accurate driving and maintenance logs.

Schedule Your Trip to Dallas around These Fun Events

There’s something exciting happening almost any day of the year in Dallas. Check out these events:

The State Fair of Texas

One of the oldest in the country, first started more than 130 years, the State Fair of Texas runs from late September to mid-October, with livestock shows, live music, a huge amusement park, and a dizzying array of festival food.

Dallas Art Month

Come to Dallas in April for the city’s month-long celebration of arts and culture, with concerts, dance recitals, art exhibits, live theatre, literary readings and more. Periodic events include a film festival and the Dallas Art Fair.

The St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival

One of the largest celebrations of Irish culture in the South and across the nation, the Dallas St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival offers Celtic music, Irish cuisine and a virtually endless supply of green beer.

Fair Park Fourth

Considered by many to be the biggest Independence Day celebration in Texas, the Fair Park Fourth takes place at the State Fairgrounds, offering attendees the opportunity to enjoy the midway, as well as day-ending fireworks.

DFW Restaurant Week

Even the weeks are big in Texas—this one lasts for the entire month of August every year, as restauranteurs from across the city display their culinary prowess. Most of the proceeds go to charities, such as the North Texas food bank.

The Deep Ellum Arts Festival

Deep Ellum has long been known as a haven for new and experimental artists. The neighborhood arts festival, held the first week of April, includes more than a hundred musical acts, and just as many visual artists.

The Dallas Holiday Parade

Move over Macy’s! The Dallas Holiday Parade, in early December, kicks off the holiday season in a big way, with the city’s largest one-day outdoor parade.

Dallas Pride

Dallas Pride takes up an entire weekend, with a Saturday music festival and Sunday’s Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade, where participants march all the way around the Cotton Bowl.

Make Any Trip Better with a Charter Bus Rental

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Absolutely. In business, efficiency makes a difference. With a charter bus, you won’t have to wait for stragglers to arrive. In addition, you can use the bus ride to prep employees or debrief after a meeting or conference.
When you travel on a charter bus, you won’t have to worry about traffic, parking or finding the venue. In addition, you’ll get to share the ride with fellow fans.
When you are traveling with students, two concerns are paramount—safety and accountability. With a charter bus, you’ll always know where your students are, and you’ll keep a lot of young drivers off the roads.
Certainly. With a charter bus, you can be dropped off and picked up exactly where you need to be. You can also develop new friendships with people of similar interests.

A Charter Bus—The Best Way to See Dallas’s Neighborhoods

The easiest way to experience the diverse neighborhoods in the Windy City. In the comfort of a charter bus:

Bishop Arts District

This gentrified residential neighborhood is great for an evening stroll or for daytime window shopping. With mostly locally owned shops, it’s also a popular location for street fairs, wine walks and smaller festivals.

Deep Ellum

The cultural center for “cool” in Dallas, Deep Ellum exudes a free spirit, from the murals that adorn many of its buildings and brick walls to the cozy little venues for live music and its many art galleries.

Highland Park

Come to the “Rodeo Drive of Dallas,” as the locals refer to Highland Park Village. Check out the mansions in this affluent neighborhood or dine at a world class restaurant.

Lower Greenville

For great food and great entertainment at a great price, you can’t beat Lower Greenville. Laden with historic homes, Lower Greenville has some of the city’s most beloved restaurants and clubs.

Schedule Your Charter Bus Excursion to Dallas Today

The moving historical monuments and museums—the thriving arts communities—the eclectic neighborhoods—the many fun annual events. There’s no better place to take a group than Dallas. Make it fun for everyone, including yourself, by booking a charter bus rental from BusRental.com. Relax with friends while we handle all the particulars.
To get a free quote on the cost of a charter bus rental to Dallas, go to our convenient online cost calculator. We’ll get an estimate to you in minutes. To learn more about charter bus rentals, or to get answers to any questions about our services, call 1-855-287-2427 and speak with one of our experienced and friendly travel consultants.
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