Mosying on down to Music City? GOGO Charters wants in! With tons of concerts, museums, and the Country Music Hall of Fame waiting to fill your itinerary, your group is going to need a reliable ride around town—and we have the charter bus network to make it happen.
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Looking for a reliable charter bus company in Nashville, Tennessee? GOGO Charters has the largest selection of charter buses in Nashville and surrounding areas. Our service has been used by Fortune 500s, professional sports teams, and some of the largest universities across the United States. The buses we can get for you range in size from 18-passenger minibuses for short-distance trips, to 56-passenger charter buses for longer hauls, to entertainer buses with sleeping bunks for musicians on the road. Upon request, your fleet can come equipped with premier amenities such as air conditioning, WiFi, televisions, lavatories, and storage bins. For more information on pricing and availability, contact our office 24 hours a day by calling (615) 913-8444.
Nashville is a city rich in interesting attractions, so it's best if you take your time when visiting, but if your time in Nashville is limited, make sure you include at least these sights in your itinerary:
Musical sights: You can't visit Nashville and without heading to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum where there are numerous relevant exhibitions and live performances. The Johnny Cash Museum is also an interesting attraction to visit. If you have the time, you can admire Musica, a 38 foot tall sculpture situated in the center of Music Row.
Sights: There are some "must-see" landmarks that define the spirit of Nashville to include in your itinerary. The AT&T Building, also known as the Batman Building, is the tallest building in the state and it's easy to spot in downtown Nashville. Midtown Nashville is usually packed with tourists flocking to its streets lined with restaurants, art galleries, and beautiful buildings. Stop for a moment to admire the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge, built between 1907 and 1909, which is now a pedestrian pedestrian bridge and offers beautiful views of the downtown skyline and riverfront.
Museums and Landmarks: If you want to see a historic plantation, head to Belle Meade Plantation, which houses a mansion dating back to 1853 and a carriage house built in 1890. You will also get a chance to see the oldest log cabins in the state, built in 1790. The Hermitage gives visitors the opportunity to discover the house of the former U.S. President Andrew Jackson, while the Belmont Mansion invites you to visit 16 beautifully decorated rooms. Fort Negley and Fort Nashborough are also interesting landmarks if you're passionate about history. You should also consider visiting the Tennessee State Capitol and Tennessee State Museum.
Contact our team now at (615) 913-8444 and get the best deal for your Nashville bus rental. We are an experienced and professional charter bus rental company that is ready to provide the best charter bus for your trip or event. Whether you're planning a wedding, business meeting, church event, field trip, or attending a sports competition, we'll help you find the perfect transportation option for your guests.
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