Birmingham Charter Bus Rentals

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One of the many destinations across the US that Metropolitan Shuttle can get you and your group of family, friends or colleagues to and around is Birmingham, Alabama. A Birmingham charter bus is the most comfortable and convenient way to visit Alabama’s largest city, see the sights and enjoy the many activities and attractions that the Birmingham area offers.

Birmingham has long been known as a steel town; named after the industrial center Birmingham, England, this city was founded after the Civil War with the intention that this new city would become an economic powerhouse. This was a self-fulfilling prophecy and the fledgling city grew at an incredible pace over the next few decades, earning it the nickname “The Magic City”. Birmingham’s early years were tied to the fortunes of the steel industry, prospering during the building booms which preceded and followed the Great Depression.

The city is located in the southern foothills of the Appalachian mountains, providing the Birmingham area with a number of attractions which offer visitors the opportunity to see the natural splendor of the surrounding region. Attractions such as Vulcan Park can be easily reached with a Birmingham bus rentals. From this park at the top of Red Mountain, you’ll be able to take in a striking panoramic view of the city of Birmingham; it’s a great place to take in the view and decide what you’d like to see next. While you’re here, you’ll also be able to see the cast iron statue of the Roman deity Vulcan watching over the city; this is largest cast iron statue in the world and is worth a trip on its own – a Metropolitan Shuttle bus charter can get you and a group of any size here and anywhere else in and around Birmingham you’d like to visit.

No visit to Birmingham would be complete without a stop at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute; Birmingham was one of the epicenters of the civil rights movement of the 1960s and this facility offers a variety of permanent and temporary exhibits which give visitors a deeper look at the history of the civil rights struggle. A visit here is a moving experience not to be missed; the Civil Rights Institute is located in downtown Birmingham, just blocks from another must-see attraction which you’ll certainly want to include on your Birmingham bus charter itinerary: The Alabama Jazz Hall Of Fame.

This is a place dedicated to the lives and careers of jazz musicians from or strongly associated with Alabama, which is a state with a long history in jazz. Inductees to the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame include native sons of Birmingham Erskine Hawkins and Sun Ra. It’s a place you’ll definitely want to visit when your group makes their way to Alabama’s largest and most exciting city. We’re only scratching the surface here today – a Birmingham rental bus can be your passport to all of the great things that this city has to do and see.

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