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CHARTER A BUS AND ENJOY SOME OF THE FRESHEST BLOOMS AND BRIGHTEST DESTINATIONS THIS SPRING.

 

 

 

Did Someone Say Spring?

We've managed another season of winter—whether a "100-year record breaking snowfall" winter or a "so mild we're wearing shorts in February" winter—we are all now ready for spring.

Spring marks more than longer, brighter days and rising highs. It marks a fresh season of getting out and seeing what's new. It heralds us getting friends and family together to enjoy the beautiful outdoors as they blossom to life. So the question is, how do YOU want to make the most of these beautiful spring days?

 

 

 


 

Call Your Friends and Let's Go

Have we got some great ideas for a bright spring day trip or weekend overnighter. All you need to do is call together your friends, family or whoever you'd like to share a memorable time with and we'll take care of the rest.

NO FUSSING WITH DRIVING!

NO FUSSING WITH PLANNING!

EVERYONE GETS THERE ON TIME!

WE'VE GOT THIS!
 

Our professional—and very fun—drivers make your adventure among the blooms a bright and enjoyable experience. We love these kinds of outdoorsy trips and promise to be the best hosts for your outing.

 

 


 

 

 

 

Need Some Spring Outing Ideas?

There are so many fresh ideas we can help you put together for your spring outing. Here are a few to inspire you:

  • New England Aquarium—One of Boston's top attractions, the New England Aquarium has more than 1.3 million visitors a year and is a major public education resource for the region. Visit Myrtle the sea turtle, see the giant ocean tank with over 2,000 animals, check out the antics of the California sea lion pups or experience the shark and ray touch tank up close and personal. Spring hours range from Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM and weekends from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

  • Download our FREE Fenway Park Planner

    Fenway ParkMajor League Baseball begins in April and what a better way to kick spring into full gear than catching a Red Sox game at Fenway. Grab the gang from work or some friends and enjoy early spring games and cheer the Sox into a great new season of baseball at the oldest ballpark (since 1912) in the MLB. Sox out of town on your free weekend? No worries. You can still schedule a tour of this historic park for your group. Top off your outing at one of the North End or Boston's downtown restaurants and share some baseball memories. Download our FREE Fenway Park Planner to get ideas and tips on how to make the most of your Fenway Park and downtown adventures.

     

     

    Download our FREE Fenway Park Planner

     

  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston—One of the country's oldest art museums (opened in 1876), the MFA is home to one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world with nearly half a million works of art. Check out the recent expansion and new galleries and get your art fix. Take in the exhibits and enjoy an artistic dining experience at one of four eateries within the museum. They even have tips for groups, so you can get more information about how to enjoy the art as a group.

  • Boston Public Garden—Many don't know that the Public Garden was the first public botanical garden in the US. Established in 1837, the Public Garden is adjacent Boston Common and forms the northern terminus of the Emerald Necklace, a long string of parks designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. Enjoy the swan boats and ever-changing flower plantings, which are always a treasure in the spring when the brightest blooms are cresting. The Public Garden also includes several statues and structures, from the most notable Equestrian Statue of George Washington to the whimsical Make Way for Ducklings located between the pond and the Charles and Beacon streets entrance. After strolling the park, we can take your group to any number of eateries or shopping areas in downtown Boston, the north or south shores. Your choice!

 

 

 

 

 
  • Boston Theatre District—Boston's main theater scene with venues peppered throughout Tremont and Boylston Streets offers a range of everything from Broadway shows to repertory-company productions. Did you know that it serves as a staging area for shows on their way to Broadway? You can plan a wonderful day that begins with an outing with your group, an early dinner followed by a theater production, symphony or play. Spring productions include the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King and I and Cinderella, Finding Neverland, Rain - A Tribute to the Beatles, Rent, Titanic, Hedwig and the Angry Itch, Pippin, Mama Mia!, Annie, Wicked and so much more. Enjoy musicals, plays, family shows, dance and ballet, classical and opera, comedy and stand-up and all sorts of live concerts.

  • The Freedom Trail—Explore history along the 2.5-mile brick-lined route that leads through 16 historically significant sites. The self-guided or guided walking tour takes you through museums, meetinghouses, churches and burying grounds. Learn more about the people who shaped our nation and the rich history of the American Revolution, which began in Boston. Finish your tour at a North End eatery or plan more historic stops to complete your group's day or overnighter with shopping, sightseeing, casino trips or other activity. There's so much you can do in New England!

 

 

 

 
  • Kittery Maine/Wrentham Outlets—Get your shop on with a visit to the best bargain center in New England. Just over the New Hampshire border, this outlet center boast bargain after bargain of name brands. Get your spring and summer wardrobes set with a day of fun with your group. Want to make it an even better day? Add to your shopping an overnight at one of the charming Maine inns and spend a day visiting other area attractions such as the Red Door Pottery Studio or the Nubble Lighthouse. Get out of the city and take in our northern neighboring towns this spring.

  • Plimoth Plantation—Step back in time at the Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, MA. See first-hand a 17th-Century English Village, the Mayflower II, Plimoth Grist Mill and the Wampanoag Homesite. Founded in 1947, this living history museum exhibits the original Plymouth Colony settlement (the first people who emigrated to America for religious freedom). Experience live recreations and period-dressed characters that bring the past to life. Don't forget to check out Plymouth Rock, the traditional disembarkation site of William Bradford and the Mayflower Pilgrims who arrived in 1620.

  • Minute Man National Historical Park—Every April you can take a group to celebrate Patriot's Day (the anniversary of the Revolutionary War's opening battles of Lexington and Concord) at the Minute Man National Historic Park. Catch a reenactment of a truly historic battle at the locations where it all happened. Afterward, take your group to enjoy other historic parks in and around Lexington and Concord or enjoy a pub crawl or dinner fare at nearby eateries.

 

 

 

 

 

You Want it? We've Got It.

Our charter bus fleet affords all of the comforts you need for a day among the history, shopping and parks. Whether you have a group of three or thirty-three, we can accommodate you in class and comfort. We even offer free wifi so you can stay connected to what's most important while you enjoy your outing.

Our fleet portfolio includes (click links for photos of the bus and interiors):

 

4-Passenger Lincoln Town Car

4-Passenger Lincoln Town Car

4-Passenger Cadillac Escalade

4-Passenger Cadillac Escalade

13-Passenger Step-up Conversion Van

13-Passenger Step-up Conversion Van

13-Passenger Luxury Executive Coach

13-Passenger Luxury Executive Coach

13-Passenger Luxury Limo Coach

13-Passenger Luxury Limo Coach

 

 

We Are a No-Worries Bus Company

No matter what you choose to do with your group, we're committed to you having a great time with no worries. Enjoy your time together and let us take care of you and get you where you want to go without the frustration of finding your location, parking or dealing with traffic. That's our job! Have fun with your group and enjoy the spring adventure that's going to make a great memory.

 

 

Need More Ideas for Your Spring Outing?

Still scratching your head for outing ideas? Historical attractions not your thing? Too many to choose from? Don't worry, we can help. Give us a call at 781.895.1100 or use our Online Quote Request form to tell us about your group and interests and we'll help you get a great outing planned. Everyone in your group will look forward to having a great time with you no matter where you go or what you enjoy together. We'll take care of the driving!
 

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Give us a call at 781.895.1100 or complete a Quote Request onlineand we can help you plan your outing and give you a quote on the spot.

 

 

 

 

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