Book with Atlanta Charter Bus Company for simplified group travel all over the city and the metro area. With access to a fleet of over 3,000 coach buses and a commitment to superior quality and service, we’re your top choice for charter bus rentals in Atlanta.
Book a bus for reliable and comfortable travel to your next game. Teams, fans, and staff can all benefit from an updated and modern charter bus, where you can safely store all of your equipment and luggage and relax with televisions and WiFi while you enjoy your ride to the game.Learn More
Transport your guests with ease to bachelor and bachelorette parties, showers, and to your ceremony and reception. With minibuses available for shuttle services and full-sized coaches available for large-scale travel, we’ll make sure everyone travels safely and efficiently to all of your wedding activities.Learn More
Stick to your schedule and enjoy a smooth and stress-free business event with a personal bus from Atlanta Charter Bus Company. We’ll book a full-sized charter bus to take your team to your destination, and find the perfect minibus to act as your personal shuttle service. From beginning to end, you’ll enjoy efficient travel at your event.Learn More
Treat yourself and your students to a comfortable field trip experience with a modern charter bus. With amenities like air conditioning, WiFi, and on-board restrooms, your journey will be far more enjoyable with one of our bus options. Wherever your field trip takes you, we’ll get you there in comfort and style.Learn More
Atlanta is easy to navigate with a private shuttle at your service. Plan your trip itinerary and private event schedule with a professional driver at the wheel to streamline your priceless event. Whether planning a family reunion, church group trip, or private conference Atlanta Charter Bus Company can get you to any event in the city!Learn More
Georgia’s bustling capital prides itself on reinvention. Over the course of the twentieth century, Atlanta evolved from a struggling and mostly-destroyed city into a major business destination and a hub of the Civil Rights Movement. Today, it’s one of the most vibrant cities in the Southeast, home to a major airport, the U.S.’s largest aquarium, and the headquarters of the Coca-Cola company. Call Atlanta Charter Bus Company at 404-474-7769 if you’re ready to explore all of the attractions ATL has to offer.
This 13-acre aquarium holds more than 10 million gallons of water and features thousands of animals. Watch dolphins and sea lions perform, see whale sharks drift above your head, and say hi to playful African penguins and sea otters. You can even run your fingers across cownose and Atlantic rays in one of the touch pools.
Address: 225 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
Phone: (404) 581-4000
Explore more than 200 Coca-Cola artifacts, walk past the vault where the secret formula is held, and catch a glimpse of the Coke bottling process at this attraction that honors Atlanta’s signature soft drink. Kids will love meeting the Coca-Cola polar bear, but the real highlight is the tasting room, where you can sample dozens of Coke products from countries around the world.
Address: 121 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
Phone: (404) 676-5151
Originally built for the 1996 Summer Olympics, this 22-acre park now serves as a public gathering space in downtown Atlanta. Centennial Olympic Park houses the Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola and the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, but it’s also a great place to relax and read a book or play in the fountains.
Address: 265 Park Ave W NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
Phone: (404) 223-4412
Located next to Piedmont Park in Midtown Atlanta, this 30-acre garden features special exhibitions with themes like Alice’s Wonderland or Scarecrows. Stroll through the beautiful Children’s Garden and Skyline Garden, and then check out culinary demonstrations that incorporate the garden’s abundant fresh produce.
Address: 1345 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
Phone: (404) 876-5859
There are only four zoos in the U.S. that provide a home for giant pandas, and Zoo Atlanta is one of them. After you say hi to Lun Lun, visit the African Savanna to see elephants, zebras, giraffes, lions, and warthogs. If your kids want to meet animals up close, introduce them to adorable goats and sheep at the Petting Zoo.
Address: 800 Cherokee Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30315
Phone: (404) 624-9453
Piedmont Park offers a welcome respite from Midtown Atlanta’s tall buildings and busy streets with its expansive lake and verdant hills. Go for a stroll and watch the ducks drift across the water, or attend one of the many events the park hosts, such as Atlanta Pride, the Arts Festival, or Music Midtown.
Address: 400 Park Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
Phone: (404) 875-7275
The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park consists of several locations that all honor the life of the great civil rights leader. The park includes Dr. King’s birth home, Ebenezer Baptist Church, the Behold monument, and the International World Peace Rose Gardens. Many visitors are especially moved by The King Center, founded by Coretta Scott King and the site of her and her husband’s graves.
Address: 450 Auburn Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30312
Phone: (404) 331-5190 x5046
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If you’ve ever wanted to see how a news station operates, sign up for the Behind-the-Scenes or VIP Tour at the CNN Center. The 50-minute Behind-the-Scenes tour includes a guide who will lead you through the space and teach you about how a broadcast is produced. If you’d like to see a live newsroom and an active studio, you’ll want to choose the more expensive and more intimate VIP Tour.
Address: 190 Marietta St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 827-2300
It’s difficult to find another museum in the Southeast that can compete with Atlanta’s High Museum of Art. The collection features works from Africa, Europe, and the Americas, including pieces by self-taught Southern folk artists like Nellie Mae Rowe and Jimmy Lee Sudduth. If you’re into Impressionism, you can also see works by Monet, Degas, and Renoir.
Address: 1280 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
Phone: (404) 733-4400
The Atlanta History Center provides a home for the Atlanta History Museum and the Swan House, a 1920s home that is a popular setting for weddings and other formal events. Inside the museum, you’ll find a rotating series of exhibitions on topics like railroads, the 19th amendment, barbecue, the American Civil War, the Civil Rights movement, and the American Indian tribes who originally inhabited Georgia. Plan for a visit of several hours to learn as much as you can about the complex history of the Southeast.
Address: 130 West Paces Ferry Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30305
Phone: (404) 814-4000
Atlanta’s best neighborhoods effortlessly blend the city’s past and present. Visit historic sites that were central to the Civil Rights Movement before stopping at a newly opened restaurant in the Old Fourth Ward, or bike past 1920s homes on the recently built BeltLine. Given how large and diverse Atlanta is, you’ll never manage to explore all of it in one trip, but these neighborhoods provide great places to start.
No Atlanta neighborhood can compete with the Old Fourth Ward for historical significance. The birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., OFW is now home to the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site. Visit The King Center, Ebenezer Baptist Church, and the Sweet Auburn Historic District before stopping by Ponce City Market, a shopping and dining hub located in a refurbished Sears-Roebuck building from the 1920s. Old Fourth Ward also offers access to the BeltLine, Atlanta’s most famous biking and walking trail.
Known as “the heart of the arts” in Atlanta, Midtown provides a home for the Alliance Theatre, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Fox Theatre, and the High Museum of Art. It’s not only a hub for the arts, though. Midtown is also home to the Atlanta Botanical Garden and the sprawling Piedmont Park, the site of Atlanta Pride, Music Midtown, and many other festivals. More of a sports person? The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets play football just across the highway from The Varsity.
Grant Park takes its name from Atlanta’s oldest city park, which serves as the center of the neighborhood. Spanning 130 acres, Grant Park is home to Zoo Atlanta as well as a weekly farmers’ market and many music and arts festivals. Admire the area’s Victorian and Craftsman homes while you walk to Oakland Cemetery, the final resting place for famous Atlantans like author Margaret Mitchell.
This hipster hangout takes pride in its local roots and deliberately weird vibe. Start with a visit to an independent flower shop, cupcake bakery, or vintage clothing store before grabbing a bowl of pho and a falafel plate. Then head to a concert at The Earl, an intimate venue where you can see bands like Titus Andronicus, or spend the night at The Basement, a hotspot where you can dance to current or throwback hip-hop, R&B, and pop.
Another historic neighborhood, Inman Park was intended to be a suburb when it was built in 1912 but now lies in the heart of the city. Take the BeltLine to Krog Street Market, a food hall filled with eclectic restaurants and ice cream shops, or wander past the area’s brightly colored Victorian homes. The Inman Park Festival, held every spring, offers a parade, food stalls, concerts, and tours of the privately owned historic houses.
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With an average capacity of 56 passengers, full-sized charter buses are great for large groups and long-distance travel. Your choice of amenities will include on-board restrooms, WiFi, televisions, DVD players, reclining seats, and more, helping to make your road trip comfortable.
If you’re traveling locally with a small group, a minibus is the best vehicle option. We have access to a variety of seating capacities, including 18 passenger and 25 passenger buses. Depending on your needs, we can pair you with a minibus that has amenities like WiFi, TV monitors, and air conditioning.
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