GOGO Charters is the premier minibus, motor coach & charter bus rental company servicing Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Book your charter bus now by calling (405) 213-1198.
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GOGO Charters has access to the best and most unique selection of charter buses in OKC and surrounding areas. With over 20 years of experience, our operators provide unparalleled bus service for any occasion. We have provided transportation for some of the biggest and most well-known companies nationwide. We'd love to do the same for you! Contact our 24/7 support staff at (405) 213-1198 to get a free quote and more information.
When you're ready to reserve a coach with GOGO Charters, you can expect modern charter buses and flawless customer service. Collaborate with GOGO Charters and easily rent a charter bus in Oklahoma City, equipped with the finest amenities such as plush seats, air conditioning, WiFi, flat screen TVs, DVD players, luggage bays, and more. Make your traveling experience one of the best of your life by booking with us.
Museums: The city is rich in interesting museums, many of which are situated downtown. The Oklahoma City Museum of Art features the largest collection of Chihuly glass in the world, as well as other art collections, while the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum is dedicated to the tragedy caused by a terrorist act in 1995. On the northeast side of Oklahoma City, you can visit the Oklahoma History Center and the historic Lincoln Terrace. If you have more time on your hands, you can also visit the American Banjo Museum and the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.
Neighborhoods: The city has many beautiful neighborhoods, and while downtown captures the city's rhythm, The Paseo invites visitors to discover an artist colony of the 1930s dominated by deco Spanish architecture, and Little Saigon unveils the lively ambiance of the city's Vietnamese and East Asian community. This is where you will find the largest Asian market in Oklahoma - Super Cao Nguyen Supermarket. The NW 39th Street Enclave is the largest GLBT neighborhood in the state. Don't miss a visit to the Adventure District, where you can find the Oklahoma City Zoo and the Kirkpatrick Center, which includes a children's science museum, a museum dedicated to space and another focused on photography. This is also where you can find the Remington Park and Casino. The southside is dominated by Capitol Hill, a Hispanic district, and the Stockyards, a neighborhood centered around one of the largest cattle markets in the world.
Groups who come to Oklahoma City usually choose to rent an Oklahoma City charter bus for their sightseeing trips to nearby cities such as Kansas City, Denver, Des Moines, St. Louis. School groups looking to tour colleges or collegiate football fans can charter a bus to the nearby university campuses in Norman and Stillwater. Spend a day at Oklahoma State or the University of Oklahoma with easy transportation provided by GOGO Charters.
Don't hesitate to call the best charter bus company in North America for your Oklahoma City bus rental! We have access to an amazing fleet that includes charter buses perfect for groups of any size and for every budget. Contact us by phone at (405) 213-1198 for more information about how we can assist you with transportation to school outings, company meetups, church events, sports competitions, weddings, and much more!
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