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Rely on GOGO Charters for smooth, efficient group travel on your next Overland Park trip. No matter your group's size or needs, we'll find a bus that's perfect for you.
Choose from minibuses for small outings, charter buses for long-distance trips, and anything in between to accommodate groups of all shapes and sizes. Whether you're heading out for a short trip across town or a long haul to cities like Denver, you'll also enjoy premium amenities such as plush, reclining seats, air conditioning, WiFi, power outlets, and more on your private bus. Your driver will follow your personal itinerary exactly, always traveling on your time.
Ready to get started? Read our complete guide to charter bus rentals or call our reservation specialists at 1-855-826-6770. We're available 24/7 and always happy to provide you with a free, no-obligation quote!
As the largest private bus service in Kansas, GOGO Charters is your #1 choice for bus rentals in Overland Park. No matter where you're headed, we'll comfortably transport your group in modern, luxurious vehicles. Trust us for shuttle services to weddings and company events, as well as comfortable day trips shared with your church group, classmates, or teammates.
While traveling, they can relax with movies, TV, music, and WiFi while they take in the view through panoramic windows. We only work with skilled, professional drivers who are committed to safety and traveling according to your personal schedule.
This makes for a fun bus stop! For over 30 years, the Farmers' Market has provided us with fresh, local food. We'll drop you off at Marty Street, where you'll find flavorful produce, preserves, and baked goods. Pick up a specialty item or two while you become acquainted with our friendly residents. Some days even feature live music concerts. The Farmers' Market is open Saturdays, April 9 through November 9, 8am to 1pm, and Wednesdays, May 18 through September 28, 7:30am to 1pm. Leave with a Kansas souvenir in hand!
At Overland Park Arboretum, you can stroll down five miles of trails through themed gardens. You'll be enchanted by dancing butterflies, waterfalls, wildflowers, and murmuring brooks. In the Train Garden, see model trains meander through a mini-village. Soak in the serenity of the Monet Garden where fourteen statues are set among willow trees, ponds, and colorful blooms. When you're finished with your walk, end a delightful day at the Arboretum Cafe, serving scrumptious food. If you're bringing kids along, they'll love the Children's Discovery Garden. Highlights are a shrinking tunnel, a fossil dig, a grass maze, and a puppet theater.
The Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead honors a beloved local policewoman killed in the line of duty. Designed as a family attraction, the grounds include a dairy barn, farm animals, a nature trail, gardens, a country schoolhouse, and a Native American encampment. Children will especially enjoy the pony rides, mining, and feeding the baby goats!
At the Museum at Prairiefire, you'll see engaging rotating exhibits, loaned from New York's American Museum of Natural History. Permanent exhibits pay tribute to Kansas geology, history, and scientific achievements. Children can play in the Discovery Room, with displays on various science subjects. Exciting activities teach about Earth and the universe while special programs are held year-round. On the first and third Fridays at 6pm, Science Happy Hour is an informal presentation by a scientist. Ask the experts questions while enjoying drinks and appetizers. Other programs for children are the Little Explorers Club, JAM Session, and Paleontology Rocks. For adults, health-related programs are offered monthly.
At the Culinary Center of Kansas City, members of your group can take individual classes or gather for a private event. Relish the fruits of your labors at sit-down lunches or dinners. For those who prefer to observe, demonstrations and limited hands-on classes are offered, along with savory tastings. Themed menus comprise Cooking for Health, Confectionery Arts, and Midwest Barbecue classes. The facility includes two teaching kitchens and an event venue.
No matter what you're traveling for, trust GOGO Charters to find the perfect transportation option for you. We're available 24/7 to answer any questions you may have and provide you with a free, personalized quote! Call us today at 1-855-826-6770 to get started.
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