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CALL 1-855-826-6770 FOR CHARTER BUSES IN LUBBOCK, TEXAS

Lubbock Charter Bus

Lubbock Texas

Lubbock, Texas Best Bus Rental Service                 

Travel around the Hub City using our service at GOGO Charters. As the biggest, fastest growing, and most comprehensive charter bus service on the North America continent, we are accessible throughout the United States. A GOGO Charters location should be near you, thus making it easy to book a ride. Call 1-855-826-6770 to get rental quotes for your impending trip.

Located in the northwestern part of the state of Texas, Lubbock has been around since 1876. It was named after a Texas Ranger and a Confederate soldier. It became the county seat of Lubbock County in 1891 and became incorporated in 1909. Today, the city is also the centerpiece of a metro area that covers three counties. It is nicknamed ?Hub City? for being the main economic, health care, and educational focal point of the multicounty region. CNN Money once acknowledged the city as one of the best places to start a small business, due to its location in the prosperous South Plains, low rent for commercial space, and its cooperative city government. Also worthy of note: The city is the birthplace of rock-n-roll legend Buddy Holly.

Main Attractions: The city is home to several points of interest that are on the country?s National Register of Historic Places. The Cactus Theater, built in 1938 with the Art Deco style, is known as the city?s first suburban neighborhood movie theater. The Carlock Building, also an Art Deco building and preceded the Cactus Theater by eight years, functioned as a cotton exchange and reflected the importance of the region as the largest contiguous cotton-growing place in the world. Other historic places include the Lubbock Post Office and Federal Building; the Texas Technological College Dairy Barn, which served as a dairy and teaching facility at Texas Tech University; and the Fort Worth and Denver South Plains Railway Depot, which symbolized a second rail connection and an expanded trade area for the city. 

The city is also home to several museums and archives. Perhaps the most prominent of them all is the aforementioned Museum of Texas Tech University, which is really a collection of distinctive institutions. You can have your fill of ranching history by visiting the National Ranching Heritage Center, which is located on the campus of Texas Tech. At the center, you will get to see scores of authentic ranch buildings that date as far back as the late 18th century, and they include homesteads, a barn, a schoolhouse, some windmills, and a railroad depot. Also part of the Museum is the Lubbock Lake Landmark, which is on the National Register of Historic Places list. It comprises 336 acres of archeological and natural history artifacts that showcase 12,000 years of ancient culture and history on the Llano Estacado, one of the largest tablelands on the North American continent. Other points of interest that the Museum of Texas Tech provides include the Moody Planetarium, the Val Verde County research site, and the Natural Science Research Laboratory. Outside Texas Tech, you can check out Silent Wings Museum for World War II-era glider pilot photography and artifacts; the Science Spectrum & and OMNI Theater for science and technology exhibits.

In honor of Buddy Holly, there?s the Buddy Holly Center in the city?s Depot District. There you can view a permanent gallery that includes documents and artifacts from Holly?s personal and professional life. Notably, the collection used to be at the Fort Worth and Denver South Plains Railway Depot building. And speaking of music, you?d be in luck if you come in September and happen to be a big cowboy fan. The National Cowboy Symposium and Celebration takes place every year in celebration of the prototypical Old West cowboy. It brings everything together: art, music, poetry, and stories that showcase the cowboy culture, as well as the history of the American West.

Chartering a Bus is Easy With GOGO Charters

With our buses meeting all technical and safety standards, you don?t have to worry about trip dangers or breakdowns on the way. And with well-trained and seasoned drivers, you are ensured an enjoyable trip and overall experience as you go to your destination and back home. It's no surprise why we are the ideal choice for people of all ages, backgrounds, and income levels. We are eagerly waiting for you to provide the very best customer service and highest level of professionalism you will ever receive.

Call us today at 1-855-826-6770 to secure your bus rental today!

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