Los Angeles Charter Bus Company provides charter bus and minibus group transportation services in Greater Los Angeles and beyond. With access to a fleet of modern charter bus rentals that can be equipped with premium amenities designed for your comfort, our goal is to pair you with the perfect transportation solution for your needs. Whether you need a fleet of wedding shuttle buses, are wanting to transport corporate commuters, or are hitting the road to leisurely explore Los Angeles, our team is here for you.
Whether you’re transporting athletes, coaching staff, or a group of rowdy fans, we can book the perfect motorcoach to get you to the big game. With ample undercarriage storage space, our charter bus rental will be able to easily transport all of your team’s sporting equipment, from soccer goals to football gear to heavy bags of bats and balls, wherever you’re headed in Los Angeles and California.Learn More
Maximize the potential of your Los Angeles wedding by booking a custom coach bus with us! Whether you need shuttles for guests to use for travel from the hotel to your Los Angeles wedding venue and back, or need sleek and modern group transportation for a bachelor or bachelorette party, or bridal shower, we can pair you with the perfect transportation to make your wedding day or party easy, stress-free and unforgettable.Learn More
Your employees or colleagues can enjoy a more pleasant morning and evening commute in Los Angeles with private shuttle services just for your company. We’ll work with you to create a custom route and pair you with minibuses that can come with onboard WiFi, comfortable seats, and a professional driver. Staying connected while en route and enjoying a stress-free ride to and from work are just a couple of the many reasons why you should book a corporate shuttle for your LA office.Learn More
With a private charter bus rental, students and educators alike can enjoy a safe, comfortable, and entertaining ride to a field trip or school event in or around Los Angeles. Book a motorcoach with amenities like flat-screen TVs, a DVD player, WiFi, and surround sound speakers, and students will be able to entertain themselves and each other with their favorite movies and smartphone games.Learn More
Traveling for personal trips and private vacations are stress-free and convenient when you book a charter bus rental. No need to worry about driving and navigation or rideshares when you can rely on a professional, dedicated driver and transportation that will fit your entire group and all of their belongings. Private group trips are a breeze when you book a charter bus with us!Learn More
Planning a bucket list trip to Los Angeles and not sure where to start? Let us recommend the top 10 things to see and do around L.A. that you don’t want to skip!
Head to Hollywood Boulevard to walk the Hollywood Walk of Fame, a 1.3-mile stretch spotted with more than 2,600 stars bearing the names of celebrities like Marilyn Monroe, Walt Disney, Sandra Bullock, Quentin Tarantino, and Leonardo DiCaprio. While planning your visit, make time for your group to see other famous Hollywood hotspots in the area like the Hollywood Pantages Theatre and the Capitol Records Building, a highlight of LA’s music industry scene.
This art museum is split into two campuses, The Getty Center in Westside LA and The Getty Villa in Malibu, but The Getty Center is the more popular of the two, offering guests beautiful gardens and Los Angeles skyline views. Here, you’ll see work from artists like van Gogh, Monet, Rembrandt, and Manet, as well as explore modern architecture and tranquil outdoor spaces. This is a beautiful spot to plan a group gathering like a wedding, fundraiser, or corporate event in Los Angeles.
Also known as LACMA, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is the largest art museum on the West Coast. It shows more than 150,000 works across a variety of exhibitions, ranging from prehistoric art to contemporary work. For a quintessential L.A. experience, visit after dark to see the Urban Light installation, a permanent installation featuring 202 restored and functional cast iron street lamps that has become a major landmark in the city. If you’re planning a private trip or art tour of LA, put the LACMA at the top of your list.
This 4,310-acre park is the second-largest city park in California and among one of the biggest in the country. It’s full of miles of hiking trails, the most popular of which leading to the Hollywood Sign on Mount Lee. The Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens is also located in Griffith Park, making this park a prime destination to enjoy the outdoors in Los Angeles.
The Griffith Observatory is an iconic landmark in Los Angeles (and some Hollywood movies like La La Land and Transformers!), and unarguably the most popular spot in the city to look through telescopes, explore exhibits about outer space, and see live shows in the Samuel Oschin Planetarium. Visiting the Griffith Observatory also offers sweeping views of the city and the iconic Hollywood Sign, so you can plan to hike the campus and explore all of the sights.
No trip to Los Angeles is complete without visiting Universal Studios Hollywood, the famous film studio and theme park and one of the most popular destinations in Los Angeles, welcoming over 9 million visitors a year. You’ll enjoy rides and attractions based on famous Hollywood franchises like Harry Potter, The Simpsons, Despicable Me, Fast & Furious, Jurassic World, and more.
Does local Los Angeles history and archeological science pique your interest? Then the La Brea Tar Pits & Museum will be the perfect destination for your LA travels. This active Ice Age excavation site and museum is among the most unique locations in Southern California, where you can see live fossil excavations every day.
The Santa Monica Pier and Beach is the perfect Los Angeles destination to make a day trip out of. Pacific Park, the amusement park on the pier, includes classic, iconic rides like an historic merry go round and Ferris wheel with unbeatable views. After your group has explored all of the fun, food and shopping that Santa Monica Pier has to offer, guide them to the Santa Monica State Beach to sunbathe and swim.
The Disneyland Resort in nearby Anaheim features two theme parks: Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure. Take your group to Disneyland Park for a quintessential “Disney” experience featuring 8 distinct “lands” to satisfy every Disney fan’s desires. Disney California Adventure is California’s own twist on Disney fun, featuring unique attractions like a “road trip” down a Route 66 roller coaster.
Home to the LA Philharmonic Orchestra, the Walt Disney Concert Hall is an architectural landmark in Downtown Los Angeles. Plan your group trip to Los Angeles around a seasonal concert or special event, like Deck the Hall, the hall’s annual holiday program. If you don’t have time to catch a show, the concert hall also offers free, self-guided and guided tours that delve into the history and architecture of this grand music venue.
If you’re planning a trip in LA and want to know where the locals go, you’ll discover a large variety of vibrant neighborhoods to visit. LA has a little bit of everything for everyone, from the busy downtown center to small artistic enclaves, so you’re bound to find a destination that pleases everyone in your group.
Hollywood and West Hollywood are actually two distinct neighborhoods with their own flavors and sights to see. Visit LA’s Hollywood neighborhood to check destinations like the Hollywood Museum, TCL Chinese Theater, the Walk of Fame, and Universal Studios Hollywood off your bucket list. Less interested in tourist-filled crowds and want to shop, eat and party to your heart’s content? Go to West Hollywood and enjoy everything that the Sunset Strip, Melrose Avenue, and Chateau Marmont has to offer. WeHo is also one of the most notable neighborhoods for LGBTQ+ establishments in LA.
With its star-studded estates and prime luxury shopping along iconic Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills is a popular neighborhood for Los Angeles visitors. Plan to take a tour of celebrity homes, take photos in front of the Beverly Hills sign and Lily Pond, shop at designer stores like Chanel, Prada and Cartier, and visit the Greystone Mansion & Gardens, where scenes from movies like The Social Network and Spider-Man were filmed.
Although Venice Beach can attract crowds of tourists, it’s the home of some LA destinations well worth the visit, like the historic Muscle Beach Gym and the iconic Venice Beach Skate Park. Go here with your group to stroll along the canals, people watch on the boardwalk, visit Mosaic Tile House, and dine and shop along Abbot Kinney Boulevard.
This neighborhood is the trendy, eclectic home of LA’s best vintage boutiques, craft beer, artisanal coffee, and artistic quirks. Plan a group trip here to browse one-of-a-kind shops along Sunset Junction, go wine tasting at Silverlake Wine, and explore other Los Angeles hidden gems like Rockaway Records’ vinyl record store and The Satellite, a popular venue in the indie rock scene.
Downtown LA is home to the bustling Arts District, Bunker Hill, and City West where you’ll find everything from one-of-a-kind boutiques to world-renowned destinations like The Getty, Santa Monica Pier, and Griffith Observatory. This neighborhood is where you’ll also find many Los Angeles must-sees including Walt Disney Concert Hall, The Broad, MOCA, and the Grand Central Market.
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Charter buses are the largest ground transportation option available for group travel. Full-sized coaches are able to seat up to 56 people at once and come equipped with premium amenities such as WiFi, lavatories, plush seats, flat-screen TVs, DVD players, and more. If you've got a large group that needs safe, reliable transportation, a charter bus is your #1 choice!
Small groups that need more reliable travel options than taxis, rideshare services, or public transportation will enjoy the privacy and efficiency of a minibus. With options such as 18-seater, 20-seater, and 25-seater models, Los Angeles Charter Bus Company offers a number of solutions that accommodate groups of various sizes.
“Los Angeles Charter Bus Company really cares about their customers. I wanted to make sure my family was comfortable on our reunion trip, and they made sure our bus had WiFi, tv screens, and a bathroom! The trip was great, and we'll definitely be booking with them again.”Richard M.
“I needed a small bus to help connect my wedding ceremony to my reception. Since I was on a budget, I didn't want one that was too fancy. They listened to my concerns and found me a minibus that ended up being perfect! Price wasn't too high, and they were able to get a white one to match the wedding.”Mandy P.
“Our old bus company bailed on our business trip at the last minute. LA Charter Bus Company was able to find us a great bus within the day, and it ended up being nicer than the one we had picked! The PA system and WiFi access made it easy to prep for our convention. Driver was very knowledgeable and nice, too.”Paul K.
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