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Center of the largest metropolitan area of South Carolina, Greenville is home to numerous attractions to capture your attention. It's is the perfect destination for a weekend getaway or a week-long vacation.
GOGO Charters is the most popular Greenville charter bus company among tourists. We offer modern and safe charter buses, unparalleled customer service, and professional drivers, guaranteeing a safe and pleasant trip.
When you call our reservation specialists at 864-248-4070, you can request modern amenities such as reclining seats, air conditioning, restrooms, TV monitors, DVD players, WiFi, and more. Choose from vehicles ranging from 18 passenger minibuses to 56 passenger charter buses.
Museums: The Greenville County Museum of Art, considered to be the premier American art museum in the South, entices visitors each year with the world's largest public collection of watercolors by American artist Andrew Wyeth. The museum's Southern Collection includes Federal portraits and contemporary abstractions, all by artists with ties to the American South. The Upcountry History Museum at Furman University offers a comprehensive review of Greenville's unique past, helping visitors make personal connections to the area's history.
Outdoor Activities: Take a stroll through the nature trails and gorgeous gardens of Falls Park on the Reedy, leading you all the way to Main Street where you can explore local shops, pubs, and restaurants. Visit the Greenville Zoo to watch African lions, Masai giraffes, and several species of primates in various habitats across the grounds, as well as a farm exhibit and a reptile house. Right next to the zoo is Cleveland Park, the largest park in Greenville, which includes volleyball courts, a softball field, playground areas, a fitness trail, and picnic shelters.
Theatres: Greenville's Center Stage, located downtown, produces 6-8 mainstage productions each year and regularly hosts other entertainment and nightlife activities. The theatre's activities also include art exhibitions, chamber concerts, and independent film screenings. The Peace Center hosts over 300 events each year, including classical music, Broadway shows, and appearances by other famous musical acts. Your bus driver can take your group to a local restaurant for dinner before dropping you off at the theatre for a show. At the end of the night, they'll promptly and safely take you back home.
Day Trips: Groups who wish to plan sightseeing trips to Hilton Head, Charlotte, Atlanta, Chattanooga, and Nashville can rent a charter bus through GOGO Charters to make traveling easy, comfortable, and efficient.
Whether you need a charter bus in Greenville for day trips or for transporting groups to various events, GOGO Charters is here to provide the best charter bus for you. Keep your group together and ensure that no one gets lost, all while avoiding the frustration of navigating new city streets. Call our team today at 864-248-4070 and rent your charter bus for your Greenville event.
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