Mosey Through Amarillo on a Texas Bus Charter Rental
From Tenderfoots to Wild West Enthusiasts, an Amarillo Bus Charter is the Way to Go
Amarillo is deep the heart of Cowboy Country. Far removed the lights of Dallas and the beaches of Corpus Christi, Amarillo sits in the center of the Texas Panhandle on the edge of the Great Plains where ranching is a way of life and sunsets are nothing short of breathtaking.
Amarillo is surrounded by big scenery and Wild West history. Native Americans, conquistadors, buffalo hunters, settlers, cowboys, lawmen, gunfighters and the railroad are all part of the heritage on display at local museums and historic mansions.
The steaks served in local restaurants are almost as big as the scenery,.
Are you arranging a school trip or corporate event? US Coachways will take the worries out of your travel plans. An extensive fleet of minibuses, party buses and 56-seat coaches, as well as great bus rental rates make us an idea choice for community organizations, church groups and team travel as well as special events such as bachelor parties wedding activities, birthdays and anniversaries. We offer city bus charters to locations throughout Texas, including, Austin, Dallas and Houston. Give us your itinerary, and our skilled account specialists, dispatchers and drivers will do the rest.
From Big Scenery to Big Steaks, Enjoy Your Trip to Amarillo
A rich history and colorful characters, not to mention rodeos and a restaurant that challenges its patrons to eat a 72-ounce steak in less than an hour, make Amarillo a must see stop on your travels through the Lone Star State. Here’s a rundown of museums, landmarks and other points of interest worth a visit during your journey.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — The family-owned Wonderland Amusement Park is a great family destination with water rides, roller coasters and many attractions for small children. Another great choice is Splash Amarillo with its high-speed water slides and wave pool. Take in a concert at the Amarillo Civic Center or catch a rodeo at the Amarillo National Center, home of the annual Tri-State Fair & Rodeo.
- Arts & Cultural — Cowboy country has no shortage of great museums and unique public art displays from the Amarillo Art Museum to the Cadillac Ranch, showcasing a string of classic cars buried nose-down in a cow pasture off the Interstate. Take in a ballet or an opera at the Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts. Not to be missed is the Quarter Horse Museum and the Pioneer Amphitheater with its nightly performances of the musical "Texas.”
- Restaurants & Shopping — A string of more than 50 antique shops and boutiques stretch along Route 66, also known as “Sixth Street.” Once you’re done shopping grab a bite at any of the two dozen locally-operated restaurants and bars. Up for a challenge? At the Big Texas Steak Ranch, finish the restaurant’s famed 72-ounce steak dinner and all the trimmings in one hour and it’s free.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — The Amarillo Civic Center hosts the Lone Star Football League's Amarillo Venom as well as the Amarillo Bulls hockey team. Take in a minor league baseball game at Potter County Memorial Stadium, where the Amarillo Sox play at home. Looking to tee off? There's the Russ Rogers municipal golf course and Comanche Trail Golf Club, designed by the award-winning architect Robert Cupp.
- Historic Sites & Landmarks — Route 66 is considered Amarillo's historic district with a vintage theme to its shops, clubs and restaurants. The street is adorned with old-fashioned streetlights and you'll find unique storefronts. Head to Polk Street for a look at Amarillo’s many historic downtown buildings and homes such as the century-old Harrington House.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Whether you’re looking for a great hiking trail or scenic vacation photos, the area surrounding Amarillo promises plenty of both. Enjoy the amazing rock formation in Palo Duro Canyon State Park, the nation’s second-largest canyon, as well as the Amarillo Botanical Gardens and Caprock Canyons State Park, home of the Lone Star State’s bison herd.
- Zoos & Aquariums — The Amarillo Zoo is a small nature park at Wonderland Park, which offers rides and other recreation for families.
- Other Points of Interest — Looking for a bit of the unusual? Amarillo earned the nickname “Helium City” for good reason. The Helium Monument commemorates the natural element found here in the largest quantities.
It’s Time to Book Your Amarillo Bus Charter With US Coachways
Discover Amarillo and the Texas Panhandle on a US Coachways city bus charter. From bachelor parties to church group trips, enjoy a comfortable ride and great bus rental rates. Our professional account specialists are available 24/7 to answer your questions or help make a reservation. For a free quote or to book your bus charter trip, contact us at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427)