Rent a Charter Bus in Houston
Houston skyline at night.
The most populous city in the state of Texas, Houston is home to over 2.2 million people. Named for General Sam Houston, the city came into its own because of the oil and railroad industry at the turn of the century, and has become a center of commerce and industry in the decades since. Houston is known worldwide as a hub of research, aeronautic, and manufacturing, second only to New York City as a home to Fortune 500 company headquarters.
Party Bus Rental Houston
But there’s more to Houston than just industry and commerce. Houston has a thriving performing arts scene, from the Houston Grand Opera and the Houston Ballet, to the Houston Symphony Orchestra. The city’s museum district includes the Station Museum of Contemporary Art, the Menil Collection, the Rothko Chapel, and Bayou Bend — the perfect destination for a charter bus rental.
Space Center Houston
The official visitor’s center of the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Space Center Houston was designed with help from Walt Disney Imagineering with the intent of bringing the American spaceflight experience to the masses. The facility has a wide array of space artifacts on display, including a Skylab 1-G Trainer, a Lunar Rover Trainer, the Apollo 17 Command Module, the Gemini 5 Module, the Mercury 9 capsule, a restored Saturn V, and more. Visitors can also rent a bus in Houston and visit a mockup of the Space Shuttle Independence, or take in a 4K movie that explores the International Space Station. Fans of Star Trek will be delighted to find a full-scale shuttlecraft mockup from the original TV series.
Bayou Place is a massive entertainment complex in downtown Houston, featuring a variety of restaurants, bars, and theaters. Visitors can enjoy seafood at the Blue Fish, enjoy a live show at the Revention Music Center, or experience the Hard Rock Cafe experience. For those with a private event in mind, the Ballroom at Bayou Place has 15,000 square feet of event space, perfect for corporate functions or other large gatherings. If you just want to catch a film, the Sundance Cinemas Houston offers documentary, foreign, and independent films, as well as local and special events.
Lovers of theater — over two million of them a year — flock to Houston’s seventeen-block Theater District to see shows of every stripe. There are over 12,000 seats for live performances within Houston’s Theater District, making it the second-largest such venue in the United States. The Alley Theatre, the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts, the Wortham Theater Center, and more can all be found here. The Houston Grand Opera company makes its home here, the only company in America to win a Grammy, Tony, and Emmy.
Sam Houston Race Park
If you’re a fan of horse racing, gather your fellow enthusiasts and take a cheap party bus rental over to northwest Houston, where you can enjoy Thoroughbred and American Quarter Horse racing with thousands of other fans. Opened in 1994, the Sam Houston Race Park brings is one of the fastest-growing race parks in the country, hosting two live race meets each year: a Thoroughbred race meet January through March, and an American Quarter Horse meet from March through May. But there’s more to the Sam Houston Race Park than these two meets: the park hosts dozens of open races per year, and is used as a concert venue when there aren’t horses on the track. Concert events include the yearly ZiegenBock Music Festival.
Bus Rental Houston
Do you want to see the sights from a party bus rental in Houston? Prices may be more reasonable than you think. Metropolitan Shuttle is one of the safest and most convenient charter bus companies in Houston or anywhere else. Whether you need a simple shuttle bus or a larger charter bus rental, we have the vehicle for you. Call or contact us for a quote and let’s start booking your next trip to Houston.