Denver Charter Bus and Minibus Rentals

Denver transportation is easier than ever with National Charter Bus. Trust us to safely transport groups of all sizes, no matter where your travel plans take you, whether it's for a wedding, corporate event, school field trip, or sports game. We’re here to organize all travel logistics so that your trip progresses as smoothly as possible.

Call our 24/7 reservation staff at 303-317-3208 to learn more about our top-notch bus rental services! 

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Travel to Denver with Ease

Getting to Denver has never been easier. Enjoy point-to-point transportation with a personal coach from National Charter Bus. We’ll work with your group’s individual schedule and needs to provide the perfect bus rental to you, whether you’re headed to a business trip, wedding event, field trip, church retreat, or other private vacation.

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Top 10 Things to Do in Denver

Denver is a city filled with diverse neighborhoods with an endless number of attractions, restaurants, outdoor activities, and more. If you still need to add a few stops to your Denver itinerary, we’ve compiled a concise list of our customers’ favorite Denver spots. From LoDo (Lower Downtown) to RiNo (River North Arts District), there are various neighborhoods with their own flair ready for your group to explore during your time in Denver.

1. Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre

Although Red Rocks is located outside of Denver in neighboring Morrison, it’s a must-see attraction to catch a musical concert among the beautiful naturally-formed rocks. The Red Rocks Park is located about 20 to 30 minutes Southwest of Denver, making it a short drive for groups using a charter bus to shuttle everyone to a concert.

Address: 18300 W Alameda Pkwy, Morrison, CO 80465

Phone: (720) 865-2494

2. Denver Art Museum

Just Northwest of Capitol Hill, the Denver Art Museum sits within Denver’s Golden Triangle. WIth multiple museums, boutiques, restaurants, and over 50 art galleries, the Golden Triangle is one of many artsy spaces in Denver. The Denver Art Museum is home to around 70,000 works of art and is one of the largest art museums in the West.

Address: 100 W 14th Ave Pkwy, Denver, CO 80204

Phone: (720) 865-5000

3. Union Station

Located in modern-day LoDo, Union Station opened in 1881 and is a major piece of history in Denver. History-lovers in Denver have to add Union Station to their must-see list. The century-old building now contains hip restaurants, shops, and the Crawford Hotel.

Address: 1701 Wynkoop St, Denver, CO 80202-1047

Phone: (303) 592-6712

4. Denver Botanic Gardens

Sitting adjacent to Congress Park and Cheesman Park in Central Denver near Capitol Hill, the Denver Botanic Gardens are lush and beautiful on 24 acres.

Address: 1007 York Street, Denver, CO 80206

Phone: (720) 865-3500

5. Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Uptown Denver is home to many attractions including the Denver Zoo and Denver Museum of Nature & Science. From zoological exhibits to anthropological exhibits to paleontological exhibits, the DMNS focuses on education and enjoyment for visitors of all ages.

Address: 2001 Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80205

Phone: (303) 370-6000

6. River North Arts District (RiNo)

RiNo is home to numerous hip eateries and art spaces. The RiNo area is an area for art lovers to explore during their time in Denver. The neighborhood also has numerous street art murals by local artists and breweries for lovers of craft beer.

Address: 3501 Wazee St, Suite 109, Denver, CO 80216 (RiNo Arts District Headquarters)

7. Coors Field

By capacity, the Coors Field is one of the largest baseball parks in the world, accommodating over 50,000 visitors at one time. The massive field is located in LoDo in close proximity to other major attractions in Denver. Coors Field also offers guided tours of the ballpark for visitors who aren’t planning to attend an actual game.

Address: 2001 Blake St., Denver, CO 80205

Phone: (303) 292-0200

8. Molly Brown House Museum

This beautifully restored estate was once home to Margaret Brown, a survivor of the RMS Titanic sinking in 1912. The unique home sits in the historic area of Denver’s Capitol Hill and is a great itinerary edition for history lovers and architecture enthusiasts.

Address: 1340 Pennsylvania St, Denver, CO 80203
Phone: (303) 832-4092

9. Larimer Square

Larimer Square can be thought of as the historic heart of Denver. The city began with Larimer Square and Larimer Street back in the 1850s. This historic area is now located in modern-day LoDo, containing many independently-owned local businesses.

Address: 1430-1530 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80202

Phone: (303) 534-2367

10. Mount Evans Scenic Byway

Denver sits near an endless number of parks and scenic settings. Mount Evans is located west of Denver in  Evergreen. Groups looking for a few scenic photos can travel an hour and a half into Evergreen or can opt to stop at the Mount Evans Scenic Byway in Idaho Springs.

Phone: (303) 567-4660

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National Charter Bus Denver

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