Planning a Charter Bus Rental in Erie, Pennsylvania?
Erie PA Charter Bus
Get ready for the ride of your life on your charter bus through Erie. There is quite a lot to see and do.
History is rich and deep in Erie. Check out any number of the historical sites, museums or other history attractions and you'll find that this town played a huge role in the development of our great land. There is the Erie Maritime Museum, developed by the Pennsylvania Historic & Museum Commission, featuring exhibits that vividly illustrate the dramatic story of the Battle of Lake Erie and American's often forgotten War of 1812.
This museum details the events of September 10, 1813, when Oliver Hazard Perry commanded the U.S.Brig Niagara during the second and crucial phase of the historic naval victory over a British squadron. The gang on your charter bus, will have a hands-on learning, and a realistic mock-up of one of the battle's historic vessels, which details the all of the events. This museum also has the U.S. Brig Niagara, the Official Flagship of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Just think, all the gang from your charter bus, can tell everyone back home how they experienced a floating museum.
The charter bus will make a stop to the Erie Art Center. Here, your group will view the year-round exhibition and education program. They will also see how the museum instituted an active program of collecting and a traveling exhibition program. There is a darkroom for photographers, frame shop and studios for artists,and even a ceramics studio for your charter bus group to take in.
Shopping and eating will be on your agenda, so be sure to charter a stop by the Bayfront Parkway. It offers easy access to Erie's scenic Bayfront District where an abundance of unique shops, restaurants and points of interest are set against the stunning backdrop of Presque Isle Bay. It is a very pretty place just to walk and stretch after touring so much of Erie on your charter bus.
Your charter bus group can take water taxis that connect the Bayfront District to Presque Isle State Park with scheduled stops at Dobbins Landing, Liberty Park and Waterworks on Presque Isle.Your charter bus gang will love this.
If your charter bus group wants to kick back and relax at a fine restaurant, then Porters Restaurant is Erie's answer to that. Located in the beautiful rotunda of Erie's former Union Station, Porters Restaurant embodies the fine dining concept people have long been asking for - a truly fine dining experience from departure to destination. An elegant restaurant, with an outstanding wine list, serving a limited number of meals per night, allowing its staff to emphasize quality in both food preparation and service. Your charter bus group will find this kind of dining, far more relaxing then the fast food scene offers.
To work off that fine meal, your gang from the charter bus, can bike from Bayfront Parkway to Lake Erie Arboretum at Frontier Park on Erie's west side; or walk the Chestnut Street Pump Station on the Bayfront Parkway. It was renovated in 2002, showcases the illuminated Big Bertha, a 4-story steam engine that pumped 20,000,000 gallons of water per day from 1912 to 1951.That's alot of water! Big Bertha was cited a Pennsylvania Historical Mechanical Engineering Landmark in 1981.
Finally, you might want to end your charter bus tour with a stop to Porter's Tap Room for one of the numerous locally brewed specialty beers on tap. Here you can talk about the wonderful day you had while riding the best charter bus in Erie!
There is just so much to see and experience in this fine town of Erie, this charter bus group will be wanting to do it again. This is a wonderful way to get the gang together. So glad you choose the Erie charter bus.