When booking a Charter Bus Rental for your trip to Aurora you are leaving behind the hassle of driving long distances, paying for parking, and everything else associated with driving your own car. There is so much to do in Aurora, Colorado from museums to biking, shopping to swimming, and historic sites to golf. No matter what you're interested in, taking the charter bus will allow you to have more time with your family and friends for visiting this wonderful city.
Start the day by boarding your charter bus and heading towards one of the many golf courses located in Aurora. If you have children on your charter bus then head toward Bicentennial Park. This is Aurora's only mini golf and has an amazing 36 holes. After doing some golfing in the morning, head back to your charter bus and take a drive to one of Aurora's two reservoirs. Here your entire group, no matter what the age, could enjoy a day in the sun. Both of these reservoirs offer swimming, windsailing, and fishing. Here you could also enjoy a nice walk on one of the many trails.
Next, board your charter bus and ride into town for some lunch. Finding some place to eat will not be a problem; choosing between all the choices will be. Aurora has more than 100 diverse eateries to choose from. After eating, board your charter bus and head toward one of Aurora's historical sites. One site you might want to visit is the Historical William Smith School.
This school was built in 1885, Aurora's first, and it was named after the founder. From this point take your charter bus to Centennial House. This house, built in Queen Victorian Style, is the oldest of the nine remaining Fletcher houses left in Aurora. Donald Fletcher was the man who founded Aurora. After leaving that house, take your charter bus to the Red Cross Building and Memorial 525. This hospital was opened in 1918 right as WW1 was ending. It was at this hospital that many of the soldiers returning from war were treated. These are just three of the many sites you could visit while riding your charter bus.
After taking in some historical sites take your charter bus to Cherry Creek Spillway. Here, your charter bus group could enjoy biking or hiking. This trail connects the Toll Gate system (another hiking and biking trail) and Cherry Creek State Park. Maybe doing an outdoor activity is not what your group is looking for. If that is the case, take your charter bus to downtown. This city has many shopping sites. Maybe you want to take your charter bus to Aurora Mall, which has a brass carousel inside. This mall offers over 125 different stores. After shopping take your charter bus and choose a different place to eat dinner. As mentioned above, Aurora offers a variety of different foods.
Visiting a new city could be fun and exciting. Visiting Aurora, Colorado is no exception. But why waste your time driving, looking for parking, getting lost, wasting money, when you could be seeing as much as possible and spending less money. By booking a charter bus you can save money and maximize your time and see as much as you possibly can.