Planning a Charter Bus Rental in York, Pennsylvania?
York Charter Bus
This bus you have chartered is ready to roll. Just hop aboard for a wonderful trip to York.
York is a place with lots of old architecture. It's called the Gates & Plough complex, which includes some of the oldest buildings in York County, as well as the replica Colonial Courthouse. Here is a history tid bit for all of you riding on the charter bus, The Continental Congress met in York for nine months when they fled Philadelphia, 1777-78. While in York, they adopted the Articles of Confederation, our nation’s first constitution.
There are museums, historic sites, collections, and archives of the York County Heritage Trust, that offer a window into the past that provides a view into the future. The charter bus will take you through the intrigue surrounding the founding of the nation, to the industry of the 20th century York County Pennsylvania. York has been at the center of the history of the United States. This is a great place for all of your charter bus history seekers to indulge their love of history.
You and your buddies on the charter bus, will undoubtedly, need a place to unwind. York has a place that fits the bill. Sneak away from the real world for awhile with your charter bus group amid the renaissance appeal of Central Market House. Reflecting the rich cultural diversity of York, this one-of-a-kind gathering place offers something for everyone.
Folks come for the food, fun, and friendly atmosphere. Savor the sweet fragrance of fresh flowers, the irresistible aroma of rich coffees and fresh baked goods. Farm fresh
vegetables, fruits, and condiments.
Golf, yep, there is golf here too. All you golf enthusiasts from the charter bus will find out that York County is better known for chip shots than for its potato chips. The rolling hills easily lend themselves to greens and fairways, and there are 21 public and private courses here to challenge your charter bus group. You can't go wrong with that, now can you?
For something definitely off the beaten path, take your charter bus group to Hope Acres Farm. Ever wonder what a Spa for cows might look like? Find out on a behind the scenes tour at Hope Acres Farm, one of only a few operations in the country with a state-of-the-art robotic milking operation. Cows relax in a unique barn with comfortable water beds and relaxing massages. Make sure everyone on your charter bus tour brought their cameras, a picture is worth a 1,000 words.
Anyone on the charter bus into quilts? They will love this next stop. The Historical Society Museum and Library houses both exhibits and an extensive research library from quilts to tiny photographs. The building, constructed in 1921 as an automobile dealership, still has the original showroom floor in the spacious two-story entrance hall. William Richley donated the building to the Historical Society in the 1950s. In addition to more than 10,000 square feet of exhibitions, you and your gang on the charter bus will enjoy all the exhibits and memorabilia.
There is a wonderful museum,where all of you from the charter bus will experience the dedication to firemen and all that goes with it. It has fire engines, sirens, and old-fashioned alarm systems all await you at the Fire Museum. Stationed in the historic Royal Fire House, the museum holds collections from the more than 200 years of fire-fighting in York County including horse drawn fire carriages, vintage fire trucks, fire fighters’ uniforms, photographs, and much more.
So the charter bus is gassed up and ready to roll with you and yours, make your reservations today for York!