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GOGO Charters can provide reliable charter bus rentals to all groups traveling into, out of, and around St. Paul. We offer compact minibuses, full-sized charter buses, and various sizes in between for events of all types. On your bus, you can enjoy WiFi, reclining seats, climate controls, and more to ensure a smooth and comfortable ride. Our 24-hour team is always available at 1-855-826-6770 to answer any questions you may have and calculate a free, personalized price quote. Call today to learn more!

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GOGO Charters provides the most convenient bus rental service in Saint Paul, MN. We offer luxury charter buses, mini buses, limo buses, and sleepers and have reservation specialists available 24/7. Drivers are professional and arrive on time. You will quickly discover that a bus rental provides you with peace of mind as you visit a specific place or area. When you are in need of transportation, be sure to call 1-855-826-6770.

Saint Paul is the capital of the state of Minnesota. You will find plenty of attractions and places to visit. This popular city in the state has great variety that appeals to both adults and children. You can make some great memories that you can carry for a lifetime.

The Capitol: When you want to get a flavor of the city, be sure to stop by the State Capitol of Minnesota. Located in Saint Paul itself, you will be fascinated at the local architecture that was designed with the famous Saint Peter's Basilica in mind. Feel free to enter the amazing facility that is open to the public. Children love to look at the wondrous four horses that are on stop of the building. Be amazed as you look inside the marble dome. The rotunda is breathtaking as you look at how the facility was constructed. Walk through the many halls and see pictures of past governors and their claim to fame. Do not forget that there are monuments on the grounds of the capital. It can be an ideal place to get some lunch and enjoy the day.

The House: The capital has been home to many people over the years including famous millionaires. One of the most popular homes to visit in the city is the James J. Hill House. Located off the famous Summit Avenue, this house is truly a historic landmark that takes up 36 thousand square feet of space. While there, do not forget that you can receive a tour of the house. Learn about the electric situation back over 100 years ago. Learn how the main dining room featured elegance and plenty of light. Be amazed at the all of the handcrafted items in all the rooms. There are staircases, balconies and so much more that featured hours of detail and precision. Go upstairs and see the rooms in which the Hills lived. You are invited to get to know one of the most powerful rail men in the country.

The Museum: The Science Museum of Minnesota is probably the best-known and most popular museums in the state. It features a wide variety of artifacts and activities that are certain to appeal to young and old alike. Originally in downtown, the museum was moved to Kellogg Boulevard about 20 years ago. Now overlooking the famous Mississippi River, this museum has the space and grandeur that thrills and astonishes many. Children love to see dinosaurs, and you will quickly find that there are a number of dinosaurs to see. The triceratops is an impressive skeleton that is still one of the highlights of visiting the facility. Be sure to take time and visit the Experiment Gallery that allows you to make experiments using math and science. Keep in mind that there are numerous members on staff as well as volunteers who are more than willing to provide helpful information to various questions. While at the museum, you can visit the Omnitheater, which provides a nice selection of films that can feature nature and wildlife.

The Arena: If you are in Saint Paul in the winter, be sure to stop by the famous Xcel Energy Center. Located next to the Science Museum of Minnesota, you can see a variety of activities when there. One of the most popular attractions is the famous professional hockey team, which is the Minnesota Wild. One of the great things about this arena is that there truly is not a bad seat. In fact, it is considered by some to be the best arena in the country. If you do not have any hockey memorabilia, do not worry. There are plenty of shops within the arena itself that can enable you to look the part. The concession stands and other similar features make the arena a fun place to walk and see various stores. There are musical concerts that feature rock and roll, classical music and more. There are various shows that come, such as ice-skating and dancing.

Saint Paul, like Minneapolis, has plenty to offer when you come by to visit. You can easily spend a day in many of these places. When you are hungry or want something to eat, there are restaurants, cafes and coffee houses that provide a wide variety of food. Happy and satisfied, you can feel free to visit more of the city.

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