Virginia Charter Bus Rentals

Virginia Bus Rentals

Busworld, Virginia's bus rental specialist, provides bus rental services from Merrifield to Woodbridge. Allow Busworld to drive for you if you are unfamiliar with the area and want to enjoy Virginia's scenic vistas. If you are traveling for an extended period of time, bus rentals are an excellent mode of transportation. If you don't want to drive to a city, you can rent anything from a party bus to a shuttle. If you are traveling with a large group or require a vehicle while visiting, you have several options!

When going on a long trip, renting a bus is a great way to get around. Whether you're traveling with a large group or simply need a way to get around while visiting a city, Busworld has the right transportation for you. 

Search our fleet of limousines, party buses, charter bus rentals & more available throughout Virginia. Quotes are instant with pictures of the vehicles, no personal information is collected and there are no hidden fees! Virginia is located in the south eastern region of the United States, bordering the Atlantic Ocean and surrounding states. The state is home to many historically significant sites, including Newport News, Jamestown, Virginia Beach and Norfolk. The state is a beautiful combination of mountains, beach and cities.

Virginia has a rich heritage, making it a wonderful place to visit. Head to Virginia Beach and visit the Virginia Aquarium or take in the sites of Richmond's historic district. Whether you’re a big fan of monuments, Civil War sites, or an avid historian, there are many great destinations. Explore the Virginia State capital of Richmond and visit the Museum of Fine Arts. Learn about Virginia's role in American history at the Smithsonian and Washington D.C. Virginia, or as it is fondly called, "the Old Dominion" is known as the birthplace of American democracy. In times past, rum-running was a big problem here. Virginia Beach, Virginia hosts the East Coast Surfing Championships every April. Virginia is a great place to visit both for vacation and for business. From the exciting cities like Norfolk and Virginia Beach, to adventurous locations like Shenandoah National Park, there are plenty of places to explore. We also cater to all special events such as birthdays, weddings and homecoming, making our vehicles perfect for the occasion

Several historical sites in Virginia preserve the first 13 American colonies' colonial heritage.

Among many historical sites, take a tour of Monticello (Thomas Jefferson's home) or George Washington's Mount Vernon. Even further back in time, to 1607, you can see artifacts at the American Revolution Museum in Yorktown or the Hanover Courthouse, which was built in 1735. It was also an important battlefield during the American Civil War. There are over 270 war-related monuments on display.

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  • Assateague Islands: Island on the eastern border of Virginia and Maryland. The Virginia section houses the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, famous for the wild Chincoteague ponies.
  • Busch Gardens Williamsburg: Theme park in Williamsburg, Virginia.
  • First Landing State Park: State park in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
  • Great Falls Park: Park in northern Virginia.
  • Kings Dominion: Theme park in Doswell, Virginia.
  • Shenandoah National Park: National park along the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia.
  • Skyline Drive: 109-mile road that runs the entire length of the Shenandoah National Park in Virginia.
  • USS Wisconsin: Historic battleship in Norfolk, Virginia.
  • Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Art museum in Richmond, Virginia.
  • Arlington National Cemetery: Military cemetery in Arlington, Virginia.
  • Blue Ridge Parkway: Scenic drive that goes through Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
  • Colonial Williamsburg: Museum in Williamsburg, Virginia.
  • George Washington's Mount Vernon: Plantation house of George Washington, located in Mount Vernon, Virginia.
  • Jamestown Settlement: First permanent English settlement in the Americas. Located in Jamestown, Virginia.
  • Luray Caverns: Cave in Luray, Virginia.
  • Shenandoah Valley: Valley in western Virginia.
  • Thomas Jefferson's Monticello: Primary plantation of Thomas Jefferson, located in Charlottesville, Virginia.
  • Virginia Aquarium: Aquarium in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
  • Water Country USA: Water park in Williamsburg, Virginia.
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