Boston Charter Bus Company is your number-one choice for group travel in The Old Towne. With access to a wide variety of buses, from 18-passenger minibuses to full-sized 56-passenger motorcoaches, we’re able to work with groups of all sizes to organize simplified transportation for corporate commutes, weddings, sports teams, school events, private tours, and more. You’ll ride in comfort with modern amenities like TVs, plush reclining seats, DVD players, extra storage space, and more when you book your trip with us.
We’ve worked with coaches, sports teams, staff, and fans to organize seamless group transportation to their next game. From major league to little league teams, we’ve worked with them all to provide exceptional customer service and efficient transportation. Let your team sit back, relax, and prepare to win their next match!Learn More
Planning a wedding is stressful enough, and we're happy to help arrange all your transportation needs for your wedding, bachelorette or bachelor party, bridal shower, and other wedding events. We can pick up the out-of-town guests at Boston Logan International Airport, shuttle guests to and from their hotel to your ceremony and reception, transport your wedding party, and more.Learn More
Getting to and from work shouldn't be a hassle. That's why we offer employee shuttle services to ensure everyone arrives on time and ready to work. No matter your company's size, schedule, or route needs, we won't rest until everyone has a safe and reliable private shuttle service.Learn More
Whether you’ve got an upcoming field trip, campus tour, or greek event, let Boston Charter Bus Company help you organize simple group transportation. Your students will ride in complete comfort with plush seating, air conditioning, TVs, on-board restrooms, and so much more, so you’ll have less stops on the way and the chance to bond with your group while your driver handles the rest.Learn More
Need a ride to a private event, such as a family reunion, church function, or personal tour of Boston? Boston Charter Bus Company will connect you to the charter bus or minibus that best suits your group's size and needs, so your personal trip is a breeze.Learn More
It’s impossible to talk about the American Revolutionary War without talking about the city that was the home of the Siege of Boston, Paul Revere, and the Boston Tea Party. But Boston’s importance didn’t end in the eighteenth century. It’s the largest city in New England, the home of Boston College, and the closest major city to both Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. If you’re a sports fan, you probably either love or hate the city’s legendary teams like the Boston Red Sox, New England Patriots and Boston Celtics. More of a museum person? Check out the Museum of Fine Arts or the Museum of Science. When you’re ready to explore the Cradle of Liberty, Boston Charter Bus Company can help you get around the city easily and comfortably. Reserve your bus and then use the list below to compile your list of must-visit Boston attractions.
The Freedom Trail doesn’t refer to one attraction, but rather to a series of 16 attractions, all related to the American Revolution and connected by a brick pathway. Some of these sites, such as Boston Common, Faneuil Hall, and Old North Church, appear further down this list. Other popular destinations along the trail include the site of the Boston Massacre, the Paul Revere House, and the Bunker Hill Monument.
Address: Freedom Trail, Boston, MA 02114
Faneuil Hall served as a site of meetings and protests for American colonists in the days leading up to the Revolutionary War. Now it’s the site of a bustling shopping complex that hosts stores like Ann Taylor and Urban Outfitters and restaurants like Salty Dog and the famous Cheers. Buy a dessert from one of the kiosks to enjoy while you admire the historic buildings.
Address: 4 S Market St, Boston, MA 02109
Phone: (617) 523-1300
Founded in 1634, Boston Common is the oldest public park in the U.S. Over the years, it’s hosted Colonial and British Revolutionary War forces, anti-slavery meetings, WWI victory gardens, speeches by Charles Lindbergh and Martin Luther King, Jr., and a Mass by Pope John Paul II. Today it includes ballfields, a tot lot for younger children to play in, and the Frog Pond, where guests can ice skate in winter and kids can splash in a spray pool in summer.
Address: 139 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02111
Phone: (617) 635-4505
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This eclectic museum houses works from Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, East Asia, and the Pacific Islands. It’s famous for its collection of Korean art, widely regarded as one of the best collections outside of Korea itself, and for works like John Singleton Copley’s Paul Revere and Vincent van Gogh’s Houses at Auvers. MFA also regularly hosts temporary exhibitions of art by legends like Jackson Pollock and Frida Kahlo.
Address: 465 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02115
Phone: (617) 267-9300
A city as well-known for its harbor as Boston ought to have an impressive aquarium, and the New England Aquarium doesn’t disappoint. Take in the vivid beauty of the Indo-Pacific coral reef exhibition, let your child stroke the back of a cownose ray at the Shark and Ray Touch Tank, or see the fur seals perform. You should also make time to say hi to Myrtle, the sea turtle who has lived in the Giant Ocean Tank since 1970.
Address: 1 Central Wharf, Boston, MA 02110
Phone: (617) 973-5200
If you’re a Red Sox fan, chances are you’ve already been to Fenway Park. If you’re not, you should visit anyway, because this stadium overflows with history and one-of-a-kind atmosphere. Completed in 1912, Fenway is the oldest stadium in Major League Baseball and is known for the Green Monster, the 231-foot-long, 37.2-foot-high left field wall that most right-handed hitters aim for.
Address: 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA 02215
Phone: (877) 733-7699
Established in 1837, the Boston Public Garden was the first public botanical garden in the U.S. (You may be noticing a pattern here. Boston likes to be first.) Influenced by the style of Victorian gardens, the Public Garden overflows with imported trees and colorful flowers as well as monuments and fountains. Don’t miss Thomas Ball’s statue of George Washington, one of the city’s most famous icons.
Address: 4 Charles St, Boston, MA 02116
Phone: (617) 635-4505
Meander through a garden filled with vibrant butterflies, watch cotton-top tamarins frolic, or gaze at the bones of a real Triceratops at this diverse and interactive museum. Into physics? Learn about the properties of light and space. Raising a budding mathematician? Kids can play in the Math Moves! exhibit. The museum also features an IMAX theater and a planetarium.
Address: Museum of Science Driveway, Boston, MA 02114
Phone: (617) 723-2500
This historic harbor is much more than a place to dump tea. (Seriously, don’t let your revolutionary spirit prompt you to throw tea here. Think of the poor fish!) Boston Harbor has become a popular site for sailing, sunset cruises, and whale-watching. If you get seasick, you can always take in a panoramic view of the beautiful waters from the edge of the city.
Address: 1 Long Wharf, Boston, MA 02110
Phone: (617) 227-4321
Built in 1723, Old North Church is Boston’s oldest standing church and the most-visited historical site in the city. On April 18, 1775, Robert Newman and John Pulling, Jr. held up two lanterns in the steeple to indicate the British army was arriving by sea. A statue of Paul Revere stands outside the church to commemorate that historic night and his legendary ride.
Address: 193 Salem St, Boston, MA 02113
Phone: (617) 858-8231
Known for its rich history, picturesque waterfront setting and legendary sports teams, Boston offers attractions for almost any type of visitor. If you’re ready to start building your itinerary, you can keep reading to get a feel for the city’s diverse array of neighborhoods. When you’re finished, call Boston Charter Bus Company to reserve a motorcoach or minibus for your group.
This well-known historical area is home to charming brick townhouses running down tree-lined streets. Walk along the Paris-inspired Commonwealth Avenue Mall and visit the neighborhood’s upscale restaurants, boutiques, art galleries, and cafes. You can also stop by beautiful nineteenth-century buildings like Trinity Church and the Boston Public Library.
Popularly regarded as one of the prettiest neighborhoods in Boston, Beacon Hill features steep streets adorned with antique lanterns and row houses. You can find famous attractions like Boston Common, the Boston Public Garden, and the Massachusetts State House in this area, as well as a variety of antique shops and high-end stores.
The Freedom Trail runs through this waterfront neighborhood that boasts abundant history and Irish-American roots. Follow the winding brick path to the Bunker Hill Monument or the U.S.S. Constitution, which floats in the Charlestown Navy Yard. You can also take a break from walking and visit one of Charlestown’s many casual restaurants and pubs.
This district’s main draw is right in its name. As the closest neighborhood to Fenway Park, Fenway-Kenmore is a haven for Red Sox fans, filled with sports bars that honor Boston’s home team. The area has more than sports, though. It also hosts the Museum of Fine Arts and the Isabella Stewart Gardner art museum.
Home to the Paul Revere House and Old North Church, this neighborhood holds onto its Italian roots through its restaurants, bakeries, delis, and coffee shops. During the summer, the North End buzzes with an array of Italian feasts and parades.
In the 1980s, South End served as a haven for artists and LGBT people looking for a place to belong. It’s become more expensive over the ensuing decades, but it remains a popular destination for the LGBT community and for young people seeking a cool, culturally vibrant neighborhood. Spend a morning at the summer farmer’s market, an afternoon at an art gallery, or an evening at one of the many gay bars.
Visit this rapidly developing area to see major attractions like the Museum of Science and TD Garden, home to the NHL’s Boston Bruins and the NBA’s Boston Celtics. When you’re done exploring, relax at one of the many sports bars or neighborhood pubs. You can also spend a few hours at the West End Museum, which pays tribute to the neighborhood’s history as a refuge for immigrants.
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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.
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