GOGO Charters is the premier minibus, motor coach & charter bus rental company servicing Greensboro, North Carolina. Book your charter bus now by calling (336) 252-2810.
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Your group will love their next trip into Greensboro when you book with GOGO Charters. With so many exciting destinations, you are sure to find one that will satisfy your group.
Avoid traffic, public transportation, and navigating on your own with a charter bus. We can accommodate groups of all kinds with minibuses that start off holding 18 passengers all the way to full-sized coaches. Enjoy the city with premium amenities like plush reclining seats, WiFi, on-board restrooms, TVs, and more.
Our reservation specialists are available 24/7 to help you plan your trip in and around Greensboro. Call any time at 1-855-826-6770 for a free quote.
Amble through the multitude of art galleries with your charter bus. Places like Ambleside Gallery, Artery Gallery, and Artmongerz Gallery, offer oil, pastel, woodcut and graphite masterpieces for the discerning tastes of art collectors. Custom framing is also available.
If you’re a history lover, plan your visit to coincide with the reenactment of the 1781 Revolutionary War Battle of Guilford Courthouse. See military encampments, period costumes, music and more as you travel through the battlefield. The courthouse still stands today. You will be transported back to the bloody battle in the Guilford Courthouse National Military Park. This event is free to the public, making it even more popular.
Most visitors do not realize that this large city is home to many fruit and berry farms. Come and pick fresh produce and berries to go. The Apple Farm is perfect for getting ripe, juicy apples. Bernie's Berries has rows and rows of strawberries on their six-acre farm. Early Farms Produce and Plants has pre-picked tomatoes, squash and more. In April, you can purchase vegetables to plant in your own garden or patio container. They also have pick-your-own strawberries in early spring. Yum!
If all of this picking, battling and gazing has worked up an appetite, you are in luck. Greensboro is full of great restaurants and bars. Have your charter bus driver drop you off at some of Greensboro’s best restaurants, like Acropolis Restaurant, Akashi Japanese Restaurant, and Barn Dinner Theater. Your driver will handle the parking while you enjoy your meal.
For a great cup of coffee and a documentary, Geeksboro Coffeehouse and Cinema is the place you are looking for. Locally sourced pastries, Krankies Coffee from Winston-Salem, and craft beers from the Appalachian Mountains are served with documentaries, independent and foreign films and classic movies.
After lunch and a coffee break, use your bus rental to visit places like the ACC Hall of Champions. The triad area is full of great college basketball teams. This place honors great players and coaches from all of the teams. See photos and game memorabilia from Duke, UNC and more.
Book your luxury bus with GOGO Charters for the travel destinations you want to visit with the comfort you require. We’ve helped over 1 million happy customers find transportation for their wedding, sports event, company event, church trip, school group, and more. Call us at 1-855-826-6770 to speak to a dedicated reservation specialist and plan your trip today!
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