Boston Charter Bus Company is the best choice for group travel and motorcoach transportation in Boston, Massachusetts and the surrounding New England states. With access to a fleet of a variety of charter buses, we can match you with the perfect charter bus to meet the needs of your group. From compact 18-passenger minibuses for a small band of travelers to full-sized 56-passenger motorcoaches for big and exciting trips, we provide group transportation with premium travel amenities for any reason under the sun. Reserve your charter bus rental today and ensure your group travels in Boston and New England comfortably and reliably in a spacious, clean and private charter bus.
Equipped to carry up to 56 passengers, charter buses are the largest and most accommodating group transportation option available. A comfortable bus with ample storage space, a charter bus has the option to come with premium amenities such as WiFi, on-board restrooms, reclining seats, TVs, DVD players, and more. Large groups benefit the most from charter buses, and Boston Charter Bus Company is prepared whether you need one or a whole fleet.
For smaller groups who still need an efficient way to travel for a smaller price, this compact bus is the perfect alternative to taxis, rideshare apps, carpooling, and public transportation. Enjoy complete privacy and comfort with a wide range of options and the reliable service of Boston Charter Bus Company.
Transporting your intramural or school sports team to a tournament in Boston or New England? Looking for comfortable and reliable transportation into the city for a sporting event at Gillette Stadium, TD Garden, or Fenway Park? Rent a spacious charter bus with us for a group of athletes and/or fans to enjoy a relaxing ride to the big game!Learn More
Planning a wedding can be stressful, so let us take some of the load off! From the hotel to the ceremony to the reception and back again, you’ll rest easy knowing wedding guest transportation is covered with a premium charter bus or minibus rental on your wedding day. Let us help pair you with the perfect charter bus or minibus fleet to make your perfect day even better.Learn More
No one wants to battle Boston’s rush hour traffic. Treat your employees or colleagues to private corporate shuttle service to make their commute comfortable, relaxing, and stress-free so they show up to work refreshed and ready to take on the day. We can work with you to decide on the perfect route, bus type and contract for your company.Learn More
Whether you’re road tripping with high schoolers to a renowned New England institution like Harvard, Yale, or Brown universities, or headed into Boston for a field trip at the Museum of Science or Children’s Museum, we have the comfortable and reliable charter bus for you. Call us today to make your school field trip or educational event an easy and memorable one.Learn More
If you can dream it, we can provide private and reliable group transportation for it. From private gatherings like a fundraiser or family reunion to big events like a music festival or the Boston Marathon, let Boston Charter Bus Company help you lead the charge with a reliable, premium charter bus or minibus rental.Learn More
There’s no shortage of things to see and do in Boston when you have a private charter bus or minibus rental to rely on for transportation. From famous landmarks of American history to nationally recognized sports teams to world-renowned universities and colleges, Boston truly has it all. Plan a trip to see a game at Fenway Park, walk the Freedom Trail, shop and dine at Faneuil Hall Marketplace, and explore everything this coastal New England city has to offer.
The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile-long string of 16 locations and attractions significant to the American Revolution that’s on every Boston history buff’s list of things to see and do. You’ll see historic and monumental sites and buildings like Faneuil Hall, the Massachusetts State House, the Boston Massacre site, the burial site of Benjamin Franklin, and Bunker Hill Monument—which offers a great photo opportunity for Boston city skyline views. While it’s completely free to follow the red-brick pathway that begins downtown at Boston Common and ends at the USS Constitution in Charlestown, entrance to some sites and museums may cost admission.
Address: Freedom Trail, Boston, MA 02114
Once a site for American colonists to gather in the days leading up to the Revolutionary War, in modern times, Faneuil Hall Marketplace is where Bostonians and visitors alike go to shop, dine and enjoy historical sites and stories. Plan for your group to enjoy a guided history tour, then let them explore all the market has to offer, like a world-class street performance, the dozens of food stalls inside Quincy Market, or shopping at stores like Coach, Newbury Comics, Sephora, Uniqlo, and Urban Outfitters.
Address: 4 S Market St, Boston, MA 02109
Phone: (617) 523-1300
Founded in 1634, the oldest public park in the U.S. has a claim to fame as a site for historic moments like a speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. and a Mass by Pope John Paul II, but also as a local gathering ground for locals and visitors to enjoy beautiful Boston days with picnics, sports games, and more. In the summer, reserve group tickets and plan a trip to a performance of Shakespeare in the Park at the Parkman Bandstand, or in the winter, your group can enjoy an ice skating adventure at the Frog Pond.
Address: 139 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02111
Phone: (617) 635-4505
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston is one of the premier art and cultural destinations in Boston and New England. Go here for a school or art class field trip to see significant artworks you can’t see anywhere else, like John Singleton Copley’s Paul Revere, 1768, Vincent van Gogh's House of Auvers, and the more contemporary Lime Green Icicle Tower, a 42-foot blown glass sculpture created by Dale Chihuly.
Address: 465 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02115
Phone: (617) 267-9300
No trip to Boston is complete without a visit to the New England Aquarium, a beautiful and serene environment for a field trip, wedding reception, corporate gathering, and more. Go here to meet harbor seals, dolphins, penguins, and more than 1,000 Caribbean reef animals who live in the 4-story Giant Ocean Tank. If all of this is not enough for you, you can take your group to enjoy a whale watch with Boston Harbor City Cruises, a partner of The New England Aquarium.
Address: 1 Central Wharf, Boston, MA 02110
Phone: (617) 973-5200
Likely the number one spot on any sports fan’s guide to Boston, this historic and famous ballpark should be on every Boston visitor’s bucket list. Completed in 1912, it’s the oldest stadium in Major League Baseball and is much loved for the fabled Green Monster stands. Go here to cheer on the Sox, take a private Fenway Park Tour, or maybe just plan to soak in the fun and energy at the sports bars surrounding the ballpark.
Address: 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA 02215
Phone: (877) 733-7699
The Boston Public Garden was the first public botanical garden in the U.S. It’s filled with dozens of species of imported trees and colorful flowers, as well as monuments like Thomas Ball’s statue of George Washington and the Make Way for Ducklings statue based on the children’s book by Robert McCloskey. Take your group here to enjoy the scenery, take photos, have a picnic, or enjoy a ride on the famous Swan Boats in the Public Garden lagoon.
Address: 4 Charles St, Boston, MA 02116
Phone: (617) 635-4505
Plan a field trip, corporate event, nonprofit fundraiser, or other big gathering at the Museum of Science in Boston for a marvelous, good time. While the museum features informative, permanent exhibitions like Project Vaccine: Our Best Defense and the Hall of Human Life, plan to visit when one of their public events or traveling exhibits is happening.
Address: Museum of Science Driveway, Boston, MA 02114
Phone: (617) 723-2500
The beautiful Boston Harbor Island and State Park is made up of 34 islands and peninsulas just off the coast from the city. Have your charter bus rental drop you off at the ferry docks and take a ride to explore beaches, local history, hiking trails, camping, and more. If you’re looking for the perfect location in Boston for a company picnic, family reunion, or youth group trip, you’ve found it.
Ferry Pick-up/Drop-off: 66 Long Wharf (near Christopher Columbus Park), Boston, MA 02110
Though it’s located across the Charles River in the bordering town of Cambridge, Harvard University is still definitely a must-see for Boston visitors. You may need a charter bus rental for a Boston campus tour or college visit for a group of high school students, but don’t leave without exploring some of the university’s public offerings. Plan to visit the famous Harvard Yard, have a meal or go shopping in Harvard Square, or visit one of Harvard’s museums like the Fogg Art Museum or Harvard Museum of Natural History.
Address: Harvard University, Massachusetts Hall, Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone: (617) 495-1000
There is so much history and culture packed into this tiny coastal New England city, it’s hard to know where to start. Consider beginning with an adventure in one of Boston’s most notable neighborhoods.
Back Bay is where you get a little bit of everything: upscale eats and local dives, one-of-a-kind boutiques and designer digs, historical sites, and modern skyscrapers. Want to plan a shopping trip? Go to the Prudential Center Mall or Newbury Street, where you’ll find storefronts for Chanel, Tiffany, and Burberry. Want to check more historic sites off your bucket list? Visit the Boston Public Library and Trinity Church. Finish your Back Bay adventure with a meal at a neighborhood staple like Atlantic Fish Company, Abe & Louie’s, or Capital Grille.
Seemingly a world away from Boston, the quiet and charming Beacon Hill neighborhood is one of the city’s most picturesque. For unique group photo-ops, head to the cobblestoned Acorn Street, refined Louisburg Square, and the Charles River Esplanade, where you may also be able to catch a concert at the riverside Hatch Shell or watch the Head of the Charles Regatta crew boat race. Just outside the neighborhood, you’ll also find the Massachusetts State House, Boston Common, and Public Garden.
If you follow the Freedom Trail all the way to the end, you’ll visit some significant Charlestown historical sites like the Bunker Hill Monument and the USS Constitution, one of six original frigates launched in 1797. While you’re in the neighborhood, plan to visit the Charlestown Navy Yard, a decommissioned naval installation turned 30-acre public park now home to the USS Constitution and USS Constitution Museum, which delves even deeper into the warship’s significance.
As the closest neighborhood to Fenway Park, Fenway-Kenmore draws huge crowds for Red Sox baseball games and offers a plethora of sports bars, clubs, and restaurants like Lansdowne Pub and Bleacher Bar, which offers a window view of center field in Fenway Park. This neighborhood is also home to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, an art museum famous for its infamous heist (the single largest property theft in the world) and eccentric curator for which the museum is named.
While home to historic Freedom Trail sites like the Paul Revere House and Old North Church, this neighborhood is best known for its deep and loud Italian heritage and influence. Head to Hanover Street to treat your palette at restaurants, coffee shops, bakeries, and pastry shops like Mike’s Pastry and Neptune Oyster, then head to Regina Pizzeria for a slice of Boston’s self-proclaimed original pizza. For an exciting group gathering, plan your visit around Saint Anthony’s Feast, an annual celebration of Italian-American food and culture throughout the streets of the North End.
The South End best known as a mecca for LGBTQ+ events and hotspots in Boston, like Cathedral Station and Jacques Cabaret, and is also often celebrated for its prominent art scene and as an up-and-coming hub for artists to set up studios and create their work. Plan your trip around visits to the Boston Center for the Arts and SoWa, the arts and design district of the South End known for its plethora of studios and galleries, and an open market on Sunday.
An up-and-coming neighborhood and former industrial district along Boston’s shoreline, the Fort Point area is where to go for city staples like the Boston Children’s Museum, the Boston Tea Party Museum and Ships, and the Institute of Contemporary Art, as well as some of Boston’s best breweries and restaurants. Plan to visit neighborhood highlights like Flour Bakery and Cafe, Trillium Brewing Company, Sportello, Row 34, Harpoon Brewery, and the Grand Circle Gallery.
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