Whether you’re visiting the Queen Mary for a special event or you’re planning a trip over to Anaheim for a day at Knaus Berry Farm, GOGO Charters will take care of your group transportation. Rent a Long Beach charter bus rentals with a professional driver for any type of event in the city. Even if you’re traveling to Los Angeles, Santa Clarita, or another city in SoCal, GOGO Charters still has your transportation covered. Give us a call 24/7 at 1-855-826-6770 to learn more!
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California visitors won't want to miss the city of Long Beach. Although many visitors looking for quintessential Cali beaches take a charter bus to San Diego, Laguna Beach, or Santa Monica, Long Beach offers so much to see. More than just a sandy shoreline spot, it offers unique luxury accommodations, one of the country's finest aquariums and special interest museums. It also comes with California traffic, so let GOGO Charters chauffeur you in a stylish charter bus. Your chauffeur navigates and manages the traffic stress while you relax and pick which sunny sight to see next.
GOGO Charters has access to a variety of buses to accommodate groups of any size. From minibuses that carry 18 passengers to full-sized coaches that hold 56 passengers, group transportation has never been easier. Choose from a selection of premium amenities, like plush reclining seats, onboard restrooms, TVs, WiFi, and more.
Plan your trip into and around Long Beach with ease. Call us today at 1-855-826-6770 to speak to as 24/7 reservation specialist.
The Port: Visit the Port of Long Beach, the second busiest seaport in the country. Watch the ships come into port and, while you're along the water, explore one of the most famous ships to dock here, the Queen Mary.
Museums: Enjoy "coming home" every day of your trip to the RMS Queen Mary, a retired ocean liner converted to a hotel. The ship sailed the North Atlantic Ocean from 1936 to 1967, but now remains permanently moored at Long Beach. If you're just looking for a day trip, dine at one of the restaurants and explore the museum. Although one of the engine rooms, the propellers, and the boilers were removed, you'll find the ship on the National Register of Historic Places and Historic Hotels of America register.
At the Museum of Latin American Art, you'll see the only museum in the country dedicated solely to modern and contemporary Latin American art. MOLAA features the work of more than 350 Latin American artists representing 20 countries and a 15,000 sq. ft. sculpture garden. You'll see art from Tamayo, Matta, Cruz-Diez, Los Carpinteros, and Tunga. The more than 1,300 art pieces span painting, sculpture, sketch, photography, and video.
The Neighborhoods: Don't miss the chance to see Rancho Los Alamitos, a pristine remnant of 7.5-acres out of the original 300,000-acre Los Coyotes land grant to Manuel Nieto in 1790.
Explore Naples on foot and by gondola to see all it offers. The neighborhood stretches over three islands in Alamitos Bay, divided by canals that open into the bay. See the fountain at the neighborhood's center, drop into the shops, dine on the water without a worry of finding parking with a charter bus.
Play along the shore at "Mother's Beach," a local favorite spot, officially known as Marine Park. This bayfront beach in the Naples neighborhood offers volleyball courts, playground, and picnic areas. It's perfect for kids in your group due to a shallow swimming area and lifeguards on duty in peak use hours.
Aquarium: Top off your visit at the Aquarium of the Pacific with more than 11,000 animals in 50 exhibits representing the Pacific Ocean's diverse aquatic life. Plan your visit ahead of time since it's crowded. Enjoy the exhibits, hands-on activities, and scientific lectures, plus a NOAA Science on a Sphere, a six-feet diameter globe that exhibits imagery and real-time ocean and weather data, as well as daily videos on sea level rise and marine ecosystems.
Day Trips and Excursions: Groups touring Long Beach often take their charter bus for sightseeing trips to nearby cities like Santa Ana, Pasadena, Fresno, and San Jose. We also offer services for long-distance trips across the West Coast to cities like San Diego, San Francisco, or even take an exciting vacation to Las Vegas.
With so much to see and do in Long Beach, let a GOGO bus rental take care of the travel stress while you enjoy all this coastal town offers. We’ve helped many groups arrange transportation for weddings, sporting events, church trips, school events, company events, and more. Call us any time at 1-855-826-6770 for a free, personalized quote.
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