Getting around Atlanta is a breeze with National Charter Bus. We offer bus rentals to groups of all sizes embarking on trips of all types. Need a minibus shuttle to your wedding at the Georgia Aquarium? Done. Looking for a ride to your corporate event at Topgolf? Got it. Planning a long-distance trip for your church group? We’ll find the perfect charter bus for you.
Call our 24-hour team today at 404-400-1914 to learn more about our services!
When we say we service “trips of all types,” we really mean it. Personal trips to the ATL, group trips to see the Falcons at Mercedes-Benz, wedding trips in the metro area, and trips with your local assisted living facility are all within our agents’ area of expertise. Just call us with your preferred itinerary, and we’ll make sure your perfect charter bus is ready when it’s time to hit the road.
When you book with National Charter Bus, you can expect a comfortable, safe, and enjoyable ride to every stop on your Atlanta itinerary. We work with charter bus providers in Atlanta and across the nation to ensure that you’re paired with the perfect coach for your trip, no matter where you’re traveling from. When you call to get your free quote, your representative will ensure that you’re matched with the best bus for your group, operated by an experienced driver.
Buses can be outfitted with a number of amenities to make your trip comfortable. Some of our favorites include air conditioning (necessary for a town nicknamed “Hotlanta”), WiFi, televisions with DVD players, spacious luggage bays, and reclining seats, to name a few. If you’d like to make any special amenity requests, let us know when you call to book so that we can ensure your bus meets your expectations. If your group requires an ADA-accessible bus, no worries! Just let your reservation specialist know, and we’ll find a coach with everything you need.
We know that traveling with a group of students can be stressful. Whether you’re planning a one-day field trip or a multi-day class trip to the ATL, let us be your provider of smooth group transportation. With a private charter bus, students can relax with on-board WiFi and televisions with DVD players, while teachers and chaperones rest in reclining seats. If you’re planning a trip to another local school for a sporting event, we’ll also make sure your bus has plenty of storage space for all of your players’ equipment and luggage. Trust us to safely transport your students to field trips at the High Museum, college tours at Georgia Tech, and other school-related functions in Atlanta.
Atlanta has plenty of group-friendly restaurants perfect for all types of celebrations. Add Fogo de Chao, Mary Mac’s Tea Room, or Swan Coach House to your itinerary, and enjoy time with your group without worrying about who will volunteer their car to drive. A private minibus is a great way to shuttle coworkers, bridal parties, students, sorority or fraternity members, and teammates around town. Let us know where you’re headed and we’ll help plan the perfect group transportation.
On days when the city isn’t going by its classic nickname “Hotlanta,” you can expect plenty of pleasantly sunny weather that won’t ruin your day—just as long as it isn’t too humid. Bring your group up to Topgolf to practice your golf swings (free of judgment—alcohol will be involved), plan a day trip up to Helen for shopping and tubing, or enjoy a hike at the Blue Ridge Mountains. Bringing along inner tubes, coolers, or extra hiking gear won’t be a problem with plenty of overhead storage space on your bus. Once your excursion is finished, you can cool off with your group in your air-conditioned charter bus as you’re safely shuttled back to your homes.
Ready to impress at your next corporate event? Book a coach from National Charter Bus to act as an exclusive shuttle service just for your gathering. Send your bus to nearby hotels to pick up all of your attendees in a timely manner, and no one will have to worry about getting lost or showing up late to events.
When you book, you can ask for amenities on your bus to keep passengers comfortable and productive. Attendees can keep up with work via on-board WiFi, relax with reclining seats, or network with other passengers, all from your shuttle bus. Have any special amenity requests? Let our team know, and we’ll find a bus that suits your needs.
Ready to set out on your Atlanta adventure? We’re available 24 hours a day to answer your questions, find your perfect bus, or make changes to your itinerary. When you call, one of our reservation specialists will offer you a free quote with no obligation to book. When you’re ready, we’ll be here to secure your bus rental and help you hit the road! Call us today at 404-400-1914 to get started.
Not sure where to visit? Atlanta is filled with parks, museums, landmarks, and more to help you fill your itinerary. And, when you book with us, your private coach will make sure you arrive at each destination with absolute ease. Explore these classic Atlanta attractions on your next trip!
At the Georgia Aquarium, whale sharks, sea lions, penguins, dolphins, Japanese spider crabs, and more are housed within over 10 million gallons of water across seven major exhibits. Inspire young minds on an educational field trip, or host a wedding, meeting, or other special celebration in one of the aquarium’s event spaces. We’ll be your dedicated shuttle service so that group transportation will be the least of your worries!
Address: 225 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
Explore the history of Atlanta’s hometown soda at this one-of-a-kind museum, complete with a tasting room where you can sample Coke’s beverage brands from all over the world. If you’re planning a trip to multiple nearby downtown stops, you can have your charter bus drop you off here so you can easily walk to the Georgia Aquarium, Centennial Olympic Park, or the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.
Address: 121 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
Spend a few hours exploring beautiful flora, some native to Atlanta and some from other regions of the world. Notable exhibits include a Japanese garden, a rose garden, two woodland areas, a children’s garden, and the Fuqua Orchid Center—a home to various rare orchids from around the globe.
Address: 1345 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
Now a landmark honoring the 1996 Summer Olympics, Centennial Olympic Park features a fountain shaped like the Olympic Rings surrounded by 22 acres of public park space. Here, you’ll find regular events, including music concert series and Independence Day fireworks. Once your bus has dropped you off, you can easily hop across the street for a ride on SkyView Atlanta, the city’s Ferris wheel.
Address: 265 Park Ave W NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
Piedmont Park serves as a gathering spot for multiple major Atlanta events, such as Music Midtown, Atlanta Pride, and the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival. The park’s 200 acres are also home to grills, a tennis center, soccer fields, beach volleyball courts, a swimming pool, and dog parks. Have your bus drop off your group for a day filled with sports or a relaxing picnic on the green space.
Address: 400 Park Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
Orangutans, pythons, parrots, kangaroos, and even pandas call Zoo Atlanta home, along with 220 other species housed over 40 acres. A petting zoo area is available for younger visitors, but let’s be honest, we all know travelers of all ages would enjoy the chance to pet some friendly goats and sheep. Have your minibus pick up your group once you’ve petted all of the animals and taken a stroll through neighboring Grant Park.
Address: 800 Cherokee Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30315
At this park area, you’ll find Dr. King’s birth home, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Historic Fire Station No. 6, and Dr. and Mrs. King’s Gravesite, all within walking distance of one another. The park honors Dr. King’s legacy as an instrument for social change and an icon of the Civil Rights Movement. You can hear his voice echo through the church where he served as a pastor and walk in his footsteps as you learn about his early life.
Address: 450 Auburn Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30312
Downtown’s CNN Center is the world headquarters of CNN, home to the main newsrooms and studios for many of the network’s news channels. Behind-the-scenes group tours are open to those interested in the inner workings of this national news network, making it a perfect stop for school groups of any age. Event spaces are also available for corporate gatherings. Parking is limited, so be sure to book a minibus shuttle in advance to secure transportation!
Address: 190 Marietta St NW, Atlanta, GA 30303
One of the Southeast’s top art museums, the High is a must-see for art aficionados as well as those who just like to browse. Pop in during a jazz night, or spend an afternoon wandering through exhibits on African, European, folk, or self-taught art. Have your minibus drop you off so you don’t have to worry about driving or searching for parking!
Address: 1280 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
Fernbank greets visitors with a life-size, 123-foot, fully-mounted Argentinosaurus skeleton, and from there, it only gets more fun. A STEM exhibit features combustion, aerodynamics, plate tectonics, and more; NatureQuest’s interactive exhibits take visitors through the wonders of the natural world; and a journey through lifelike historic recreations of Georgia’s past teaches visitors what the pre-industrial era looked like in the area that is now Atlanta.
Address: 767 Clifton Rd, Atlanta, GA 30307