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Detroit CHARTER BUS RENTAL SERVICE

The premier motor coach & charter bus rental company servicing Detroit, Michigan. Book your charter bus now by calling 855-826-6770.

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CALL 1-855-826-6770 FOR CHARTER BUSES IN DETROIT, MICHIGAN

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Rent a Bus in Detroit With GOGO Charters

If you're hitting the road for a vacation this year, why go through the hassle of handling all the logistics by yourself? GOGO Charters is a U.S. travel company that offers bus rentals in over 100 cities. You can get in touch with any of our experienced representatives for information on vehicle options, bus rental quotes, and much more. The charter bus is a comfortable, safe alternative to simply driving solo. GOGO Charters is ranked #1 by the United States Bus Association. They're dedicated to setting the highest standards for the bus and motor coach industry.

The storied city of Detroit, Michigan, perhaps better known as "The Motor City," stands out as an iconic locale in the Midwestern United States. As the largest city in Michigan, the Motor City is home to approximately 700,000 people. The larger metro area is significantly larger, with roughly 5.3 million people working and living in the urban epicenter.

The Detroit Sports Scene

The NBA Pistons are a rugged, historic franchise with a penchant for defensive prowess attached to their name. The Bad Boy Pistons in the late 80s were headed by the legendary Isaiah Thomas and won several championships. More recently, the defensive stalwarts Ben Wallace, Chauncey Billups, Rasheed Wallace, Richard Hamilton, and Tayshaun Prince beat the incredibly hyped Los Angeles Lakers in the early 2000s. Visitors can catch a game at The Palace of Auburn Hills. Several other sports teams play their games in the arena as well, including the Continental Indoor Soccer League's Safari and the Arena Football League's Fury. Comerica Park is located Downtown and hosts the Tigers, if you want to catch a baseball game. Other attractions are also present,, including Tigers merchandise stores and the Comerica Carousel. The Carousel is fully wheel-chair accessible and features 30 beautifully painted tigers.

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For lovers of greenery, there's plenty to see in the city. The scenic Riverwalk has a number of tracks for running, beautiful views, and space for children to play. You can stroll through the path for quality views of neighboring Canada and the rest of the city. On Saturdays, you might across markets being set up in the area. The Riverfront Conservancy keeps track of various events and activities taking place throughout the year. Examples include marathons, GM Renaissance Center Tours, community service activities, walks, and more.

Historical Museums

Admission to the city's historical museum, situated in the Cultural Center on Woodward Avenue, is free. The museum is typically open six days a week (every day besides Monday) and features a number of programs, exhibitions, and events. Upcoming events include film screenings, talks on pertinent topics such as architecture, the Storytellers Festival, and more. Students of various ages can take field trips to the museum, which offers the chance to learn about local history and have fun! The "Historical Perspectives" tour is offered for students in grades 2-8. They'll have the chance to learn about the city's social, economic, and cultural developments. Why did the French settle in the area? What was the importance of the fur trade? How exactly did Detroit become the motor city? On a consistent basis, visitors can benefit from signature exhibitions, which include "America's Motor City," " The Arsenal of Democracy," "Doorway to Freedom - Detroit and the Underground Railroad," and much more. There are exhibits highlighting factory workers, inventions, local legends, sports, trains, and iconic innovators that made the city famous.

Famous Factories

The history of the automobile is deeply tied to the Motor City. Thanks to the work of Henry Ford and countless hardworking men and women working across factories, the city has been historically known as a hub for the car industry. A number of high-level corporations are situated here, including General Motors, Quicken Loans, Shinola, DTE Energy, and Rossetti Architects. Chrysler, Ford, and General Motors continue to employee thousands of residents. Visitors can consider taking a free tour through the famous GM Renaissance Center. These are offered two times a day on a first-come, first-serve basis. The famous Henry Ford was born in Michigan and is credited with developing the first automobile that everyday Americans could afford, thanks to his relentless use of assembly line practices. 

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2727 Second Ave, Suite 126
Detroit, MI 48201
USA
+1.303.495.2280

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