Travel in comfort with Bus Charter Minneapolis


Our luxury coach buses are equipped with high back reclining seats, restrooms, TV, DVD players and CD players, making your trip relaxing and entertaining.

Traveling in a group by bus does not have to be uncomfortable, especially with the best charter bus, coach charter, mini bus, school bus, shuttle bus and party bus we offer for your events and gatherings including birthdays, meetings, corporate functions, exhibitions, bachelor or bachelorette parties or tour.

No group is too big or too small for us to charter, whether it is for a gathering, family outing, church gathering, political campaigns or other types of large and small events. We service the entire USA and can get you from anywhere to any major city like Minneapolis or even smaller towns on the outskirts.

Booking a bus to Minneapolis made easy

All you need to do is contact us by phone, dropping us an email or filling up a request form

We offer you more than just a charter bus and driver. Our trained representatives are always available to walk you through the entire bus rental and event planning process whether you have done it before or not. All you need to do is answer three main questions; where you want to go, when you want to go and how many people you need to transport. Our specially trained reps can give you options for bus sizes and pricing that will fit every budget.

In the meantime, let our travel writers bring you around and about Minneapolis with their up to date travel articles, regularly updated as they visit interesting places of note.

Travel guide to Minneapolis

Let our travel writers suggest some attractions in Minneapolis, whether with national landmarks, historic districts and museums, or some outdoor fun

Being a huge city, there is much to see and do in Minneapolis. Here are 6 major districts in this city that offers a variety of attractions.

  • Downtown Minneapolis: Mostly filled with architecturally interesting skyscrapers that are connected, there are many parks and gardens, as well as museums and performing art theaters to visit. Parks of note include Gold Medal Park next to Guthrie Theater, Mill Ruins Park which is an archaeological site at the location of former flour mills, and the Stone Arch Bridge, a former railroad bridge of the Great Northern Railway. Don’t forget to also check out the performances held at Orpheum Theatre on 910 Hennepin Ave, should you have a chance to, as this is a beautiful Beaux-Arts style building that was said to be the largest vaudeville house at one time.
  • South Minneapolis: Interesting neighborhoods in this district include Midtown on Lake Street; the Seward and West Bank neighborhoods for its bars, shops and restaurants; and corner of 48th and Chicago Avenue where you can find several restaurants, an independent movie theater and the Amazon Bookstore.
  • Southwest Minneapolis: Includes Uptown, Lyn-Lake, the Wedge, Eat Street, Linden Hills, the popular Chain of Lakes, and other areas. Do head to Uptown if you love independent films. Check out Uptown Theatre, 2906 Hennepin Ave and Lagoon Cinema, 1320 Lagoon Ave.
  • North Minneapolis: Mostly residential, this district has a few popular eateries such as Avenue Eatery, Broadway Pizza, The Lowry Cafe, Tootie's on Lowry and Victory 44.
  • Northeast Minneapolis: Check out their Arts District for some shopping at PPL Shop, Dunlaoghaire, Icebox Gallery, and Mobius Antiques, or head to Frank Stone Gallery at 2nd St and 13th Ave, 212 Pottery, and Rogue Buddha Gallery for its art galleries.
  • Southeast Minneapolis: The best part of this district is the Mississippi River. Or take a walk across the Stone Arch Bridge and see St. Anthony Falls. There are also famous eateries on the southeast side of the river with great views of the downtown skyline.

Latest things to do in Minneapolis

Some latest updates from us on places of interest in this big city.

Eat Street in Minneapolis

With a name such as Eat Street, you can probably expect to get all sorts of great food places here, or at least some that would suit your palate. There are more than 50 eateries in this neighborhood that serves cuisine of every type where charter bus visitors can head to. Whether it is an independant or a family-run business, there is always good food to be found on any of the 17 blocks on Eat Street.

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