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Are you planning a group trip to, in, or around Tulsa? Renting a charter bus is the best option to make the most out of your trip. Avoid navigating a new city, facing traffic, and getting lost and focus on your trip when you leave the transportation to experts.
GOGO Charters is the best bus rental company ins Tulsa and the US. With access to over 3,000 buses, from minibuses to full-sized motorcoaches, we will match your group with the perfect bus. Ride in comfort with premium amenities like plush seats, air-conditioning, on-board restrooms, TVs, WiFi, and more.
Don’t let your next group travel experience stress you out. Call us any time at 1-855-826-6770 to speak to a reservation specialist and plan your trip today.
Tulsa was built during the oil boom and is situated on the beautiful Arkansas River. It harbors an exciting nightlife scene that offers top-notch opera, ballet, rock concerts, and fine restaurants. Be sure to check out the Oklahoma Scottish Festival every September for a wild time. Include Tulsa’s most popular destinations in your itinerary and we’ll handle the rest.
Entertainment: The Blue Dome Entertainment District is the place to be in the city. It has everything you could want, including pubs, trendy eateries, and lively nightclubs. The area is centered around the Blue Dome, a renovated Gulf Oil station from the Great Depression. You could spend all day and night here shopping, eating, and drinking until you can barely move and you still won't scratch the surface of what it has to offer.
If you love music, then you need to check out Cain's Ballroom. Many of the biggest modern musical acts perform there. The ballroom has been around for almost 100 years and it has been the center of the music scene for most of that time.
Discovery: On the banks of the Arkansas River lie the Tulsa River Parks. Here you can walk, hike, and bike on trails while breathing in the fresh air. This is an extremely popular place to visit and a great place to meet new people. You can even take the Turkey Mountain trail which leads into a vast, forested area where people hike and ride motorbikes.
The Tulsa Zoo is a great destination for a family outing. Their menagerie includes lions, kangaroos, penguins, sea lions, and jaguars. You can ride the Safari Train to pass through exhibits and experience modern technological displays.
Museums: The famed Gilcrease Museum is nationally recognized as one of the best of its kind. It contains one of the largest collections of Native American artifacts in the world. There are over 10,000 works of art and 22 bronze sculptures. What could be more pleasant than strolling through one of a dozen themed gardens?
The Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium is loaded with airplanes and interactive exhibits. The 3D planetarium dome is extremely popular. There you can watch shows that puts you in the cockpit of a fighter jet or takes you into outer space.
College Tour and Sports Trips: Travel with GOGO Charters to visit the campus of Oklahoma State University in Stillwater or the University of Oklahoma in Norman. Cheer on your favorite team at sports games or tour the collegiate campuses.
Let your group explore every part of Tulsa without the hassles of transportation with a bus rental. GOGO Charters specializes in organizing group transportation for every kind of trip, like weddings, corporate event, sports events, church outings, school trips, and more. Call us today at 1-855-826-6770 for 24/7 service.
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