How much do our Dallas charter bus services cost?
Prices vary depending on when your trip will take place, what type of bus you need, and how long you’ll be traveling, among other factors. To receive an accurate, personalized quote, call our team at 214-396-2444. Don’t worry-- there’s no obligation to book when you call!
What does my charter bus price include?
Included in your bus price is your professional driver, fuel, insurance, tolls, and necessary processing fees. We’ll never surprise you with additional fees after you’ve booked.
What do I need to pay for on top of my bus price?
During your Dallas trip, you’ll need to cover your driver’s hotel (if your trip spans multiple days), bus parking, and driver gratuity (typically 5-10% of the trip cost).
What buses do you charter in Dallas?
The most popular models include full-sized coaches and compact minibuses, but our team is able to craft custom fleets depending on your group’s needs. Ask us about different bus sizes & sprinter vans!
Where can my bus take me in Dallas?
Your bus can take you anywhere in Dallas, throughout the state of Texas, or even out-of-state. If it’s on your itinerary, we can get you there!
What makes a group travel experience great?
Or is it kicking back in a plush reclining seat, catching up on your social feed via the onboard WiFi, and unwinding with a movie among friends?
How about a 24/7 reservation team with a knack for assembling just the right ride plan for your group, even at the eleventh hour?
At Dallas Charter Bus Company, we cover all the bases, just to be safe.
Whenever you’re ready to simplify your next group trip, call us at 214-396-2444 to learn more about our charter bus services. All you’ll need is a headcount, an itinerary, and a checklist of your favorite amenities, and we’ll put together a personalized, no-obligation quote for you—free of charge.
Head to the next competition with your roster, coaches, and training staff with ease, carrying team equipment, helmets, pads, and any other supplies with no problem. We specialize in transporting teams of all sizes, utilizing the added storage space on charter buses and minibuses to transport your team equipment, luggage, and coaching materials. Your team will travel for away games in complete comfort from Dallas to San Antonio, Austin, Houston, and beyond.Learn More
Make sure the most important day of your life goes without a hitch by booking a private wedding shuttle bus to transport all of your guests to and from the wedding venue. Wedding guests will arrive consolidated and organized by the time of your special day, ceremony, or wedding party. Even if you only need a minibus for the bachelor or bachelorette parties, Dallas Charter Bus Company has a transportation service to meet your needs.Learn More
Transport students, faculty, and staff with ease in a private motorcoach decked with premium safety features and amenities. The 56-passenger model is our most-used charter bus for large groups of students or volunteers due to its spaciousness and accessibility. Organize your students’ luggage and supplies in the storage bins above their seats for optimal space. Skip the old school buses for your next Senior Nite at Six Flags Over Texas. Instead, reserve a fleet of charter buses to shuttle your students from Dallas to Arlington.Learn More
Transport students, faculty, and staff with ease in a private motorcoach decked with premium safety features and amenities. The 56-passenger model is our most-used charter bus for large groups of students or volunteers due to its spaciousness and accessibility. Organize your students’ luggage and supplies in the storage bins above their seats for optimal space.Learn More
Your next private trip to or around Dallas is guaranteed to be a blast with simplified group transportation. A charter bus will keep your entire group together for your planned family reunion, vacation, or community organization event. Dallas Charter Bus Company has the best travel solution for private groups of all sizes!Learn More
Are you ready for some adventure? Perhaps it's time to book your charter bus to Dallas and see why so many people visit for vacations year after year. The Dallas metro area has it all. There are numerous sights to see, as well as the best Mexican food around. If you are struggling with what locations to add to your Dallas itinerary, we’ve got you covered. Hop on your private coach bus and visit these 10 group-friendly attractions in Dallas.
History buffs should definitely prioritize a visit to the Dealey Plaza and the Sixth Floor Museum while in Dallas. This is the famous spot where beloved president John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963. This historic area offers tours and a historic landmark within the plaza for visitors to pay respects to the 35th President. Visitors often visit the infamous Grassy Knoll and the Texas School Book Depository, which now houses the Sixth Floor Museum. The museum offers a popular audio tour and self-guided options for groups of visitors. All of your passengers can easily be dropped off at the loading zone adjacent to the group entrance on the North side of the museum. Tour escorts and charter bus drivers also receive complimentary admission to the museum.
Explore eight years of history from the time 43rd President George W. Bush held office. The library and museum are housed on the Southern Methodist University campus in North Dallas. The library is one of only 14 presidential libraries in the country, housing written, audio, and audiovisual remnants of the presidency. For most visitors, the real shining star of the complex is the museum. Exhibits include a replica of the Oval Office, a 9/11 exhibition, and an interactive Decision Point Theater, which teaches visitors the tough decision-making process during presidential crises.
Since this attraction is housed on a university campus, parking your personal vehicles may be difficult. Opt to rent a charter bus for your next group visit to this piece of presidential history. Image credit.
Lions, tigers, and bears, oh my! If you’re an animal lover, the Dallas Zoo is the place to be. The Dallas Zoo was established in 1888, making it the oldest zoo in Texas. There are more than 106 acres full of animal exhibitions, with more than 406 represented species. Divided into two distinct sections, ZooNorth and Wilds of Africa; this park has something for everyone. Hand-feed giraffes and elephants, take a Safari-inspired monorail ride, hang out with lemurs, and learn about diverse species at a range of animal shows. Parking at the Dallas Zoo is notoriously a hassle during the busy spring and summer months, especially for large groups. Let us consolidate your transportation with a charter bus or minibus rental.
The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) has a world-class collection of works, with historical pieces that span more than 5,000 years. One of the best reasons to visit the DMA is that general admission is free every day! Located in Downtown Dallas across from Klyde Warren Park, the museum has an extensive collection to appeal to all audiences. After opening in 1903, the DMA has accumulated more than 24,000 works, including art from European masters like Monet and Van Gogh, along with Ancient Mediterranean sculptures, West African art, and so much more. Some of the most popular permanent exhibitions include the Wendy and Emery Reves Collection, which contains work from Coco Chanel and Winston Churchill.
While in the area, be sure to check out the breathtaking Nasher Sculpture Center across the street and the many other attractions in the Dallas Arts District! If you’re traveling with passengers who have mobility concerns, we’d be happy to find you an ADA-accessible motorcoach to shuttle everyone between museums, performance venues, and more! Image credit.
Located just west of Dallas in Arlington, Six Flags Over Texas is the place to be for thrill-seekers. Six Flags Over Texas opened in 1961 as the first park in the beloved theme park franchise. If you love the adrenaline rush and the awesome feeling of riding a roller coaster after roller coaster, you’re in luck. With dozens of rides, ranging from twists and turns on Batman-themed coasters to family-friendly Looney Toons-themed kids rides, there’s something for everyone at Six Flags. Reserve your charter bus in Dallas and shuttle over to Arlington for a day of excitement with your big family, school class, community organization, or even colleagues for a day of team-building.
The Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens are truly a crown jewel of the city, offering beautiful outdoor views along White Rock Lake. With over a dozen immaculately-kempt gardens, guests can explore everything from seasonal flowers in the Margaret Elizabeth Jonsson Color Garden to Japanese maple trees at the Nancy Rutchik Red Maple Rill. Along with standard botanical garden offerings, there are also weekly concerts, special summer events, and popular food classes in A Tasteful Place, the garden’s premier ornamental cooking venue. There are also plenty of hands-on activities for the little ones to immerse themselves in nature at the Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden.
The Dallas Arboretum also offers group ticket discounts for 10 or more guests. Reserved charter bus parking is complimentary for groups who have organized their tickets ahead of time as well. Have your motorcoach driver drop you off at designated loading zones before parking your bus.
This iconic tower is a part of the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Downtown Dallas and offers sky-high views from a 470-foot observation deck on the 47th floor. The GeO-Deck gives guests the experience to see Dallas’ skyline from 360-degree panoramic windows near the top of the tower. Take a peek through the tower’s telescope at the Dallas skyline, enjoy a quality meal at the Wolfgang Puck restaurant, or join a special event like light shows and interactive experiences. Since Reunion Tower is located in the heart of downtown in a popular hotel, parking may get tricky in the area. Simplify your group travel to Reunion Tower with a private minibus rental.
You can’t come to Dallas without at least paying tribute to the famous Dallas Cowboys professional football team. The decorated NFL team plays their home games at the AT&T Stadium, a massive sports complex located in Arlington between Dallas and Fort Worth. The 80,000-seat capacity stadium is one of the largest and most expensive sports stadiums ever built in the United States. With its variety of seating options and retractable roof, the sports venue is perfect to enjoy a sporting event while beating the Texas heat.
Whether you’re traveling to AT&T Stadium for a Cowboys game, a major concert, or another sporting event, you can count on Dallas Charter Bus Company for your ride. Rent a minibus for your music fans or a full-size motorcoach for your massive Cowboys fan club. Image credit.
The Perot Museum of Nature and Science is the perfect Dallas educational destination for visitors of all ages. Though the museum is generally for a younger crowd, many find that they learn things they never knew about the universe, minerals and gemstones, prehistoric beasts, modern-day animals, and so much more. Each floor has a different theme and plenty of interactive activities that are hands-on fun. Hop on the earthquake simulator, do a scavenger hunt among dinosaur fossils, and gaze at our solar system throughout the museum’s five levels. Easily book safe and comfortable transportation to the Perot Museum for your next educational outing. Image credit.
The Dallas World Aquarium doesn’t only focus on sea life, although that is its specialty. Along with an impressive collection of sea life across 10 main tanks, the aquarium also has multi-level terrestrial animal exhibitions. These include a tropical rainforest and aviary exhibition in the upper level with toucans, monkeys, sloths, ibises, and various other exotic species. The aquatic portion of the attraction includes electric eels, rays, sharks, lionfish, and hundreds of other species. Endangered species like the Orinoco crocodile and black-footed penguin also have educational exhibitions in the aquarium. The aquarium offers scheduled feeding shows and keeper talks throughout the day.
Groups of 15 or more can qualify for discounted admission and educational school field trips are also available by reservation. Keep in mind, the Dallas World Aquarium doesn’t operate its own parking options. Have your driver drop all passengers off at the aquarium entrance before parking in designated motorcoach spots on North Griffin Street or Magnolia Street.
From historic attractions like the Sixth Floor Museum to top sports teams like the Dallas Cowboys, the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex has made a big name for itself in Texas. With more than 1.3 million residents, Dallas has diverse neighborhoods for visitors of all interests to explore. If you’re looking for some of the best neighborhoods to visit while in Dallas, add these popular areas to your itinerary:
Downtown Dallas is where business and history meet fun and entertainment. Here you’ll find the city’s largest business center, the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center alongside major attractions like The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, Reunion Tower, and The Dallas World Aquarium. The beloved Klyde Warren Park is located in Downtown Dallas and is a great location for live music and community events. Hit a few museums in the area, see the sights, relax in the park, and round your day out with delicious local fare at Chop House Burger or Iron Cactus.
There’s nowhere in Dallas trendier, filled with more unique art, and overflowing with more local nightlife than Deep Ellum. This arts and entertainment district is located just a few blocks from Downtown, making it an easy private shuttle ride after business or sightseeing Downtown. Deep Ellum boasts some of the best local bars, restaurants, and breweries in the city. Catch a live show at The Bomb Factory or Dada Dallas, then have tasty cocktails or craft brews at locations like Braindead Brewing or Anvil Pub.
The Oak Lawn and Uptown neighborhoods overlap one another just North of Downtown Dallas. This hip area is home to world-renowned institutions like the Perot Museum and state-of-the-art sports arenas like the American Airlines Center. Along with plenty of local attractions, Oak Lawn and Uptown have some of the best shopping in the city and a great deal of outdoor recreation space. Spend time outdoors along Turtle Creek, do some shopping at West Village, and then have a night out on the town or a bite to eat along Cedar Springs Road.
Bishop Arts District is located within the sprawling Oak Cliff neighborhood in Southern Dallas. This small subsection of Oak Cliff is where your group wants to be if you’re lovers of street art, small local boutiques, and cozy performance venues. Bishop Arts is popular for performing arts at venues like the historic Kessler Theater and Bishop Arts Theatre Center. Get some authentic Texas barbeque at Lockhart Smokehouse BBQ and locally-loved sweet treats at Emporium Pies.
The Dallas Museum of Art is located in Downtown, while several local galleries and showrooms are located in the chic Design District just next door to Uptown. Many of the galleries in the Design District display local, contemporary art installations, paintings, photography, and even host performance art exhibitions. The neighborhood also boasts several gastropubs, upscale hotels, and eclectic antique stores.