How much will a charter bus rental in Dallas cost?
Determining your exact cost can only be done by getting a free bus rental quote from one of our experts. Many factors go into pricing each bus rental, which means that no two trips will cost the same. We’ll take factors like your group size, travel time, and trip duration into account when building your quote. Call us anytime at 214-396-2444 to get a no-obligation quote.
What’s included in my charter bus rental price?
Your charter bus rental price will include the cost of your vehicle, pay for your driver, fuel, insurance, and processing fees.
Are there any additional fees when booking a bus?
After you receive your quote, you can rest assured that’s the price you’ll pay. However, price changes may occur if you make changes to your trip itinerary. You’ll also need to ensure your bus is clean before the end of your trip to avoid cleaning fees. Keep in mind, your initial charter bus rental cost will not include your driver’s hotel (for multi-day trips) or your driver's gratuity.
What types of charter bus rental can I rent in Dallas?
Our network includes a variety of bus rentals in Dallas. We’ll help match you with a vehicle based on your group’s needs. Large groups will be best served by a full-size charter bus rental, while small- and medium-sized groups can choose from minibus and shuttle bus rentals that accommodate 18- to 25-passengers.
Where can I travel in my Dallas charter bus rental?
Dallas Charter Bus Company services the entire Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Wherever you need to go in DFW, we have you covered. If you need to travel elsewhere in Texas, to cities like Mesquite or Wichita Falls, we’ll work with other Texas bus providers to get you the transportation you need.
Students, employees, Dallas Cowboys fans, wedding parties, and more can all enjoy the services of a full-size 56-passenger charter bus on their Dallas trips. Load onto your bus, stow away all luggage and carry-ons in storage bays and overhead racks, stay cool with air conditioning, and let a professional charter bus driver take the road while you sit back and relax!
Transport corporate event attendees, make sure bachelor(ette) party-goers get home safe, or zip around Dallas with your family with a compact minibus or shuttle bus rental. No one will need to volunteer their car, and everyone will have reliable, safe, and personalized transportation tailored to your schedule!
At Dallas Charter Bus Company, we’re dedicated to making your travel experience great! We want you to enjoy a business conference, wedding, football game, or school field trip without the stress of organizing transportation, driving, and parking. Instead, you can unwind in reclining seats, watch a film with onboard TVs, stream music with WiFi, and then leave the drive up to a professional driver.
Our 24/7 reservation team is here to keep your Dallas group event running smoothly at any time of day. As you travel, you’ll have a comfortable and well-maintained charter bus rental with a dedicated and thoroughly-vetted driver. Don’t sweat the Dallas transportation—we’ll cover all of your travel needs from start to finish.
Call 214-396-2444 to learn more about our transportation and shuttle bus services, and rent your Dallas charter bus!
Does your local athletic club need a ride to an away game in San Antonio or Austin? Or does your Cowboys fan club need a group ride over to Arlington? Dallas Charter Bus Company can accommodate groups of all sizes traveling for sporting events. With a full-size charter bus rental, your team can transport equipment and luggage without a sweat, while your fan club will have plenty of space for tailgating supplies.Learn More
Planning a wedding takes a lot of work, so you’ll surely want your guests to arrive on time to enjoy every second of your ceremony and reception. Book a wedding shuttle bus rental for your Dallas wedding and leave the guest transportation up to the professionals. We can also provide shuttles for bachelor and bachelorette parties, bridal showers, and rehearsal dinners!Learn More
A corporate shuttle service is one of the best ways to keep a Dallas business conference, convention, meeting, or training event running right according to schedule. Business professionals can travel in comfort with amenities, plush seats, and climate controls after a long flight into Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport or Dallas Love Field Airport. Business professionals will also have amenities like WiFi and power outlets to boost productivity if they want to get some last-minute work on the road.Learn More
Dallas is filled with educational destinations that are top spots for schools, community organizations, and youth groups to take field trips. Educators or chaperones looking for a safe and reliable ride can count on Dallas Charter Bus Company. Your group of kids will arrive safely at locations like the Crow Museum of Asian Art or Dallas Zoo in a modern charter bus rental. Worried about keeping kids entertained on long-distance travels? No worries! Request a Dallas charter bus rental with TVs and WiFi!Learn More
From group tours and family reunions to birthday parties and social outings out on the town, a charter bus rental is the best way to travel for any private event! Renting a charter bus will make your event run more efficiently. Rather than needing a DD for your big happy hour or instructing family on where to park at a reunion, rent a bus and leave it to Dallas Charter Bus Company!Learn More
Ready to explore Dallas? Great! But you're not sure where to go? No problem. We’ve listed a few popular locations to visit in Dallas for groups of all types and ages. Renting a private Dallas charter bus will give you the freedom to travel to each location and take your time exploring each one. Keep on reading to learn more about the top group-friendly destinations in Dallas.
The Sixth Floor Museum and Dealey Plaza are must-stop locations for history lovers to visit. This museum is dedicated to the life, death, and short presidency of John F. Kennedy. The museum is located in the exact location where Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President Kennedy in 1963. Audio tours of the museum are popular options for visitors to explore the exhibits at their own pace. Group visits and school programs may be offered with prior registration. Tour escorts and charter bus drivers receive complimentary admission. After visiting the museum, stroll around the surrounding Dealey Plaza Historic District.
As one of only 13 presidential libraries in the country, the George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum is sure to pique the interests of history buffs. The library is housed on the Southern Methodist University campus but is open to the public. Popular stops in the museum include a replica of the Oval Office and an informative exhibit covering the events of 9/11. One of the most unique parts of the library is the Decision Point Theater, which explores the difficult decision-making processes that presidents must make during times of crisis. Image credit.
The Dallas Zoo is a busy destination for groups traveling with children, but visitors of all ages will enjoy this museum. At over 130 years old, this 106-acre zoo is the oldest and largest zoological park in Texas. The Dallas Zoo houses more than 2,000 animals that represent over 400 species, including gorillas, giraffes, tigers, elephants, and penguins. Additional activities include a monorail tram that takes visitors through the African Safari portion of the zoo and giraffe feeding where you can hand feed the animals. The zoo gets exceptionally busy during the summer and weekends, so be sure to book a charter bus rental to easily arrive at the zoo together!
Your group of art and history enthusiasts can spend hours strolling through the galleries at the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA). The museum’s permanent collection includes paintings, artifacts, and sculptures from around the world. Collection highlights include the Keir Collection of Islamic Art, objects from West and Central Africa, and European Art starting from the 16th century.
What can take this world-class museum even better? Free admission! The DMA offers free admission every day! Groups of 10 or more are highly encouraged to contact the museum at groupsales@DMA.org to secure tickets. Educational programs are offered for schools and guided group visits are also available for up to 20 visitors. Image credit.
Located just west of Dallas in Arlington, Six Flags Over Texas is the first theme park in the Six Flags chain. Visiting Six Flags Over Texas is a must for thrill-seekers looking for an adrenaline rush. Six Flags Over Texas has over 40 rides with a selection of roller coasters, DC Comics-themed rides, and kid-friendly Looney Toons-themed rides. Six Flags Over Texas offers ticket packages for large groups and options for student and youth group field trips, graduation trips, or celebrations.
This 66-acre botanical garden is a picturesque green space located on the shore of Dallas’ White Rock Lake. The arboretum features 21 pristinely kept gardens including an ornamental garden focused on growing sustainable local food, a children’s garden, a rose garden, and the postcard-worthy Crape Myrtle Allee. The Dallas Arboretum also hosts seasonal events like a pumpkin patch during fall and Christmas light displays during the winter.
Group tickets to the museum are available for groups of 15 or more and charter bus parking is complimentary with reservations.
If you’re looking for the best views of Dallas, you need to stop at Reunion Tower. This 561-foot tower has an observation deck located on the 47th floor and is located in Downtown Dallas’ Hyatt Regency Hotel complex. The 3-story deck offers panoramic views of the city and is a top spot to snap glittering nighttime photos of the city. Snap photos of the skyline or have dinner at the deck’s rotating restaurant. Reunion Tower also hosts special events like food and wine tastings, painting workshops, and yoga classes.
Discounted general admission tickets are available for groups of 15 or more and Reunion Tower can also accommodate field trip groups. Parking for your charter bus may be tricky in this busy area, so be sure to organize in advance!
Home to the Dallas Cowboys NFL team, AT&T Stadium is one of the most famous stadiums in the league. The stadium can accommodate 80,000 to 100,000 people, making it the highest capacity NFL stadium. AT&T Stadium has reached capacity multiple times with 105,121 game attendees setting a league record for the most-attended regular-season game in 2009. Groups of football lovers can take a guided group tour of the stadium. There are several tours available, including VIP tours, educational tours for students, and art tours of the stadium’s unique murals.
Large groups traveling to AT&T Stadium on gameday can simplify transportation by booking a charter bus rental from Dallas to Arlington. Designated oversized parking locations are available for charter buses on both gameday and during the off-season. Image credit.
Visitors of all ages will learn something new at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. This natural history and science museum opened in 2006 and soon became one of the city’s most-visited attractions. You’ll find a variety of informative exhibits about dinosaurs and paleontology, outer space, gems, minerals, and the human body. Discounts are available for educational groups and private tour groups. Plus, you can make your next field trip to the Perot Museum more comfortable for your students with a modern charter bus rental! Bus parking at the museum is available in Lot C via Broom St. Image credit.
The Dallas World Aquarium houses more than just aquatic wildlife. In addition to housing aquatic animals and plants, the Dallas World Aquarium also houses terrestrial animals from the Orinoco Rainforest, South Africa, Borneo, and Central America. During your visit, you’ll spot sloths, manatees, sharks, monkeys, flamingos, rays, ibises, and so much more. Although it is a for-profit institution, the Dallas World Aquarium does put efforts into aid and conservation of endangered species like the Orinoco crocodile and African penguin.
Educational programs are available for schools and youth groups. Discounts are also available for groups of 15 or more. If you’re traveling by charter bus, keep in mind that the aquarium does not operate its own parking areas. Oversized parking areas are located along the roads in designated spots on North Griffin Street and Magnolia Street.
As one of the largest cities in Texas, Dallas has diverse neighborhoods packed with unique attractions, local restaurants, fun nightlife, and shops to explore. Not sure where to start your Dallas neighborhood tour? Check out some of these neighborhoods during your next group trip in Dallas:
Downtown Dallas is the city’s central business area and also encompasses one of the city’s main historic districts. Downtown is home to the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, a major business event hub in DFW. Major attractions in Downtown Dallas include The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, Reunion Tower, Klyde Warren Park, and The Dallas World Aquarium. Whenever you need to stop for a bite to eat, Downtown Dallas has upscale restaurants like CBD Provisions or cozy more affordable fare at The Woolworth.
Deep Ellum is unarguably one of the coolest neighborhoods in Dallas. With its street art, local breweries, hip eateries, and top music venues—Deep Ellum has something for everyone. Hop on your private charter bus rental and head just east of Downtown Dallas to explore Deep Ellum. Take photos of The Traveling Man sculpture series, enjoy a self-guided tour of street art murals, enjoy barbecue bites at Pecan Lodge, and grab a brew at BrainDead Brewing.
Uptown and Oak Lawn are hip neighboring areas located just north of Downtown Dallas. These neighborhoods are home to the world-class Perot Museum of Nature and Science and modern sports venues like the American Airlines Center. Turtle Creek also runs through these neighborhoods with multiple parks align the water if your group wants some fresh air.
Bishop Arts District is a melting pot of culture where you’ll find everything from Texas-style BBQ and Tex-Mex to Vietnamese pho and Korean fare. True to its name, the Bishop Arts Center is well-known for its performing arts venues like the historic Kessler Theater, Texas Theatre, and Bishop Arts Theatre Center. Bishop Arts is also packed with laid-back patio bars and nightlife spots like Ten Bells Tavern and The Local Oak.
The Dallas Arts District and Bishop Arts District are popular among artsy groups, but the industrial-chic Design District may be often forgotten. This neighborhood is home to art galleries, antique shops, and bespoke clothes stores. It’s the perfect district to shop if you’re looking for one-of-a-kind furniture, home decor, and vintage clothing. If you get hungry or parched after a long day of gallery hopping and shopping, check out spots like Flying Fish, Peticolas Brewing Company Taproom, or El Bolero.