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.
Need reliable and comfortable group transportation to a sports tournament or professional game in Atlanta? With a charter bus rental, sports teams and fans alike can enjoy a relaxing ride en route to the big game, no matter if they’re competing in the game or cheering on the sidelines.Learn More
If you’re looking for safe group transportation for a school field trip or event like prom, homecoming, or a fundraiser, opt for a private charter bus or minibus rental. For your trip, you’ll work with a certified and professional driver who prioritizes passenger safety from pick up to drop off.Learn More
Atlanta is one of the biggest and most vibrant cities in the Southeast, home to the U.S.’s largest aquarium and the headquarters of the Coca-Cola company, as well as a popular destination for hundreds of events, festivals, and conventions each year. When you’re ready to hit the road, call Atlanta Charter Bus Company at 404-474-7769 and we’ll find you the perfect charter bus rental for visiting any of ATL’s most popular attractions.
Plan a trip to the Georgia Aquarium, where you and your group can marvel at whale sharks, sea lions, jellyfish, manta rays, dolphins, and dozens more aquatic creatures. This vast institution is also a perfect venue for a privately hosted event like a wedding or corporate conference, so rent a charter bus and bring your group to a magical gathering under the sea.
Address: 225 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
Phone: (404) 581-4000
The World of Coca-Cola is a must-see for Atlanta visitors and locals alike. Load up a charter bus and head here to explore historical and educational exhibits and taste-test up to 100 different beverages from the Coca-Cola family.
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 is where you’ll find the Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola and the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, and a number of fun city events like food festivals and holiday lights.
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 dozens of permanent displays, exhibitions, and greenhouses preserving fascinating local and exotic flora. The Atlanta Botanical Garden is especially popular for its many special holiday events and unique art and sculpture exhibitions, so book your event tickets and private charter bus early!
Address: 1345 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
Phone: (404) 876-5859
Found within walking distance of Grant Park, Zoo Atlanta is the place to go to see pandas, elephants, lions, gorillas, and hundreds more furry friends. Go here for a school field trip or company picnic, or plan your visit around an event like Boo at the Zoo or Illuminights.
Address: 800 Cherokee Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30315
Phone: (404) 624-9453
Piedmont Park in Midtown is one of Atlanta’s biggest parks and is a popular site for many city events and festivals like Atlanta Pride, the Arts Festival, and Music Midtown. Load up a charter bus rental and head here for a company picnic or private group outing!
Address: 400 Park Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
Phone: (404) 875-7275
The Jimmy Carter Library and Museum is a historical archive and exhibition of former President Jimmy Carter’s time in the White House. Highlights include a life-size replica of the Oval Office and an interactive map that walks you through the Carters’ life and political successes.
Address: 441 John Lewis Freedom Parkway, NE, Atlanta, Georgia, 30307-1498 Phone: 404-865-7100
This southern outpost of America’s favorite theme park franchise is found just outside of Atlanta city limits. Six Flags Over Georgia is the home to popular roller coasters and rides like the Georgia Scorcher and The Joker’s Chaos, and is a great place to gather for a birthday celebration, company outing, or school field trip.
Address: 275 Riverside Pkwy, Austell, GA 30168
Phone: (770) 739-3400
The High Museum of Art is one of the most renowned art institutions in the southeast. Its permanent collection includes more than 18,000 artworks, including pieces by Claude Monet, Dorothea Lange, and Chuck Close. It’s one of the most popular places in Atlanta for a school field trip, wedding reception, or nonprofit fundraiser.
Address: 1280 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
Phone: (404) 733-4400
The Atlanta History Center in Buckhead is 33 acres of historic houses, gardens, and award-winning exhibitions exploring fascinating aspects of local history, art, and culture. Go here for a school tour, or plan a private event like a wedding, corporate conference, fundraiser, or private photoshoot.
Address: 130 West Paces Ferry Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30305
Phone: (404) 814-4000
Atlanta is a sprawling southern metropolis with dozens of neighborhoods and hangouts worth exploring. So with so much to choose from, where do you start? The best of ATL is characterized by fascinating history, amazing eateries, fun places to visit like museums and parks, and so much more. If you need help narrowing down your trip itinerary, we recommend starting in any of these five Atlanta neighborhoods:
A former industrial area, O4W is a trendy and energetic part of town full of hip restaurants, unique shopping, and endless outdoor activities. Head here to take a stroll or bike ride along the Atlanta BeltLine and explore popular stops along the way, like Ponce City Market and the Historic Fourth Ward Park.
Midtown Atlanta is where you’ll find the venues and destinations that make the city tick: the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Fox Theatre, the High Museum of Art, the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Piedmont Park—and the list goes on! If you have one day to spend in Atlanta, Midtown is the place to go.
Grant Park takes its name from Atlanta’s oldest city park, which serves as the center of the neighborhood. This is where you’ll find Zoo Atlanta and Oakland Cemetery, where many of the city’s most fun and interesting public events are held each year.
Head to East Atlanta Village when you’re planning a group dinner you want no guest to forget. This neighborhood is filled with craft breweries and hip eateries serving uniquely designed menus like what you’ll find at New American restaurant Argosy or modern Korean eats at Gaja. Finish your night with an open tab at Hippin Hops Brewery or The Basement.
Found along part of the Atlanta BeltLine, Inman Park is the place to go for unique eats, Victorian homes, and BeltLine bike rides. Plan to head to Krog Street Market where your group can grab meals from a variety of upscale food stands, or head to nearby Little Five Points to try some of Atlanta’s most loved restaurants like Vortex and Fox Bros Bar-B-Q.
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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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