Travel in comfort with Bus Rentals Philadelphia


Traveling in a charter bus does not have to be uncomfortable with the state-of-the-art amenities available on board our buses.

Our priority is to get our clients safely and comfortable to and from their destinations, making sure that they are always in tip top condition. Since your comfort is important to us, we make sure our charter bus, coach charter, mini bus, school bus, shuttle buses and party buses are equipped with high back reclining seats, restroom facilities, CD players, DVD players and excellent sound systems.

Whether your group is small or large, we always have something for you. With our wide network of charter bus owners, agents and professionally-trained drivers, there is always the right bus for your group that is within your budget. We cater for all kinds of events and gatherings including birthdays, meetings, corporate functions, exhibitions, bachelor or bachelorette parties or tour.

Simple and easy way to book a charter bus

Just pick up the phone and give us a call, email us a request or fill up the request form.

Booking a charter bus with Bus Rentals Philadelphia is easy. All you need to do is contact us via phone, email or request form, and our trained customer service representatives will walk you through the entire bus rental and event planning process should you need it. You just need to give three main information to us: where and when you want to go, and how many people in your group, and we will make the necessary arrangements, and offer you a competitively-priced package that suits your budget.

In the meantime, do check out the suggestions and advice from our team of travel writers on what to see and do in Philadelphia, to make the most of your trip there.

Travel tips with Bus Rentals Philadelphia

Our travel writers are always around and about Philadelphia to learn more about the attractions and places of interest in the city.

Here are things to see in Philadelphia depending on what interests you the most.

  • Public Art: Philadelphia has the largest collection of public art, accessible for free, courtesy of the city's innovative Mural Arts Program. Some public statue displays include "The Clothespin", a sculpture by Claes Oldenburg that resembles a clothespin, and many more in Fairmount Park and Laurel Hill Cemetery. Philadelphia Magic Gardens on the other hand features a folk art environment, gallery space, and nonprofit organization that showcases the work of mosaicist Isaiah Zagar.
  • Museums: Philadelphia is home to many museums such as Philadelphia Museum of Art, Academy of Natural Sciences, Franklin Institute Science Museum, Mutter Museum, Rosenbach Museum & Library, Rodin Museum, African American Museum, Atwater Kent Museum of Philadelphia History, National Museum of American Jewish History, Independence Seaport Museum, Please Touch Museum and Wagner Free Institute of Science. When in Philadelphia, tourists will usually want to learn about the country's independence and history.
  • Historic Sites: Famous ones are Eastern State Penitentiary on 22nd St and Fairmount Ave, Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site, Fairmount Water Works and Independence National Historic Park.
  • Parks: For some relaxation or some time with nature, check out the many parks in Philadelphia. To name a few, check out Fairmount Park, Clark Park, LOVE Park, Pennypack Park and FDR Park.

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- Everyone knows that when it comes to good ole Philly, it’s always about Liberty Bell, it’s called the City of Brotherly Love, and if you’re a foodie at heart, the Wing Bowl (tens of thousands of people would throng to Philly to experience a full-blown eating contest). You can’t really beat that.
Unless you’re into history, culture and bucolic sceneries. Some small towns and communities around Philadelphia, however, remains on the list of the most beautiful cities in America and if you're looking for something unconventional and non-touristy, you're in luck.

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