Houston Your Guide To Charter Bus Rental
Answers to Your Charter Bus Rental Questions from BusRental.com
Reasons to Rent a Charter Bus to Houston from BusRental.com?
The best travel value for your dollar
We will guarantee the lowest price for your trip, matching or beating any offer from a competing vendor for the same trip with the same coach, provided the vendor is DOT-compliant
Unparalleled flexibility in your travel
Last-minute and real-time changes are seldom a problem, given our extensive experience and longstanding vendor relationships
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.
The gold standard for customer service in the industry
We’ll provide you with a dedicated project management team, dispatch services 24/7, top of the industry logistical support, and access to our online Trip Management Portal.
Plan Your Trip to Houston around One of These Fun Events
The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
The grandaddy of all rodeos, this February event features bronco busting, steer wrestling, bull riding and barrel racing, as well as a huge livestock show. There’s world-class music and one of the country’s best barbeque contests.
The Houston International Jazz Festival
Staged in August every year, this legendary jazz festival draws some of the genre’s most popular artists, including hometown hero Hubert Laws, a Grammy nominated flutist. All shows are at the House of Blues.
The Houston Japan Festival
This April festival celebrates all things Japanese, from the country’s unique cuisine to events involving Japanese music and dance, origami, martial arts and bonsai. Enjoy a traditional tea ceremony or stop by Sake Village.
The Southwest International Boat Show
Boating enthusiasts from across the region come to Houston in April for this huge watercraft show. In addition to the wide selection of boats, from fishing craft to yachts, there are also hundreds of vendors selling marine gear.
The Puerto Rican and Cuban Festival
Come to Houston in the fall for this Latin-flavored festival. In addition to great food and world-class music, there’s a wide array of merchandise vendors and an annual car show.
Houston Restaurant Weeks
Houston shows off its culinary diversity every August, as more than 250 of the city’s restaurants strut their stuff, offering prix-fixe menus on a dizzying array of cuisine. Most of the proceeds going to the Houston Food Bank.
Mardi Gras Galveston
Take a pleasant drive south of Houston to the nation’s third largest Mardi Gras celebration. It’s also one of the oldest in the country, dating back about 150 years, with parades, live music, dance parties, beads and Cajun food.
It’s the largest pop culture event in Texas, drawing comic book, science fiction and other pop culture enthusiasts every summer, with a film festival, a literary conference, roller derby, wrestling, costumes and lots of gaming.
Things You Can Only Do in Houston
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
One of the anchors of Houston’s Museum District, the MFA includes paintings by Rembrandt, Renoir, Monet, Cezanne, van Gogh and Cranach the Elder among the more than 70,000 works in its permanent collection.
The Space Center Houston
The official visitor center for NASA’s Johnson Space Center, the Space Center Houston is home to more than 400 artifacts from the space program, including a Mercury 9 capsule and a display of moon rocks.
The Houston Museum of Natural Science
Long considered one of the top “natural science” museums in the world, the HMNS houses a planetarium, an observatory, a butterfly center and extensive collections of gems, minerals, insects, shells, and Native American artifacts.
The Houston Zoo
The 55-acre Houston Zoo has over 6,000 animals from nearly 1,000 species. Enjoy an elephant habitat, part of the African Forest exhibit, visit a bug house or a sea lion display or learn more about Texas wetlands.
The Downtown Aquarium
Check out the Louisiana swamp exhibit, with alligators, turtles, catfish and other swamp creatures. There’s also a partially submerged 17th century Spanish galleon shipwreck and a rainforest display.
The Museum District
The 19 different cultural centers here include the Museum of Fine Art and the Museum of Natural Science, as well as the Museum of African American Culture and the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum
The Houston Arboretum and Nature Center
Get some fresh air at the arboretum. Take a stroll on the five miles of trails winding through natural habitat, including forest, meadow, pond and wetland habitats, or visit the hummingbird and butterfly island.
The Menil Collection
One of the premier private art collections in the world, the Menil has paintings and sculpture from some of the masters of the early to mid-20th century, including Rene Magritte, Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol
A Charter Bus Makes Any Outing to Houston Better
All the features that make a charter bus so attractive make it a great choice for any type of trip:
On a charter bus, you can maximize your efficiency. It’s easy to plan events, as you’ll all arrive and depart at the same time. In addition, the bus makes a great meeting space for preparation for or debriefing after an event.
Games, concerts, plays and other large events
Join other fans as you travel to and from a professional or college game, a stadium or arena concert or a Broadway show. Let your hair down as little, with your own designated driver.
High school and college excursions
A charter bus makes it easy to keep tabs on students, and also ensures that you won’t have a lot of young drivers on the roads. It’s also a great way for participants to make new friendships.
Large public events
Parades, rallies, cultural and food festivals, marches…with a charter bus, you can fully participate without a lot of the hassle—no worries about parking, finding the venue or battling traffic
A Charter Bus—A Great Way to See Houston’s Many Neighborhoods
The Museum District
There’s nothing like it anywhere in the country—nearly 20 diverse cultural institutions, including the Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Natural Science, the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum, the Health Museum and the Holocaust Museum
This rapidly changing community, formerly an industrial area, now has some of the hippest restaurants and clubs in the city. It’s also home to the city’s famed “Graffiti Park,” blocks of buildings sporting bright murals.
Long a haven for the arts community in Houston, Montrose offers century-old bungalows side-by-side with vintage shops, as well as many of Houston’s most popular eateries and bars. The Menil Collection is also here.
If you’re coming to Houston for some retail therapy, this is your destination. From the high-end emporiums at the Galleria to Uptown Park and the River Oaks District, you’ll find just about any type of store imaginable.