Denver Charter Bus and Minibus Rentals

Heading to Denver with a group? National Charter Bus is always prepared to help you book a reliable Denver Charter Bus rental to any type of event or group trip. Spend an afternoon at the Denver Botanic Gardens, take your class to the Denver Zoo, or head out for a day of hiking with your friends. Whatever you choose, we’ll find the perfect type of charter bus for you! Call today at 303-317-3208 to learn more.


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Group Transportation in Denver Made Easy

Traveling to Denver with National Charter Bus is a simple and easy process. When you call us anytime at 303-317-3208, you’ll speak with one of our friendly and experienced reservation specialists. Whether you’re headed on a business trip, wedding, field trip or team sporting event, we’ve got the charter bus for you. Let us know all about your plans—how many people in your group, your ideal itinerary, pick-up and drop-off points—and we’ll find transportation to meet your needs.


Popular Destinations in Denver

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 charter bus itinerary, we’ve compiled a concise list of our customers’ favorite local spots. There are various neighborhoods with their own flair ready for your group to explore during your time in Colorado. 

1. Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre

Just outside the city in Morrison you’ll find Red Rocks Park, a must-see attraction in the Denver area. Catch a concert featuring some of today’s hottest music acts in the open-air amphitheatre, or go hiking and biking on the various outdoor nature trails.

Address: 18300 W Alameda Pkwy, Morrison, CO 80465

Phone: (720) 865-2494


2. 16th Street Mall

Visit this mile-long, pedestrian-friendly mall in downtown Denver for a slice of busy, city life. Explore unique restaurants and retail you won’t find anywhere else, like Jerrie’s Tobacco and Fine Wine, DaVinci’s Machine Exhibit, and Rosey’s Outrageous Boutique.

Address: 1001 16th St Mall, Denver, CO 80265

Phone: 303-534-6161


3. Denver ZooLions lying together at Denver Zoo

This 80-acre zoo is one of the most popular attractions in Denver, and for good reason. Go here to see hundreds of exotic animals, including African Lions, bald eagles, black rhinoceros, and Western Lowland Gorillas.

Address: 2300 Steele St, Denver, CO 80205

Phone: 720-337-1400


4. Denver Museum of Nature & Science

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is a popular destination for a fun-filled field trip or unique wedding reception. Here you’ll find zoological exhibitions, anthropological exhibits, and paleontological exhibits for visitors of all ages.

Address: 2001 Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80205

Phone: 303-370-6000


5. Denver Botanic Gardens

Sitting adjacent to Congress Park and Cheesman Park in Central Denver near Capitol Hill, the Denver Botanic Gardens are lush and lovely. Explore 24 acres of stunning gardens from local Colorado flora to internationally-inspired gardens. The beautiful Water Gardens are home to an aquatic plant collection with waterlilies and lotuses, including the largest water garden, the Monet Pool.

Address: 1007 York Street, Denver, CO 80206

Phone: 720-865-3500


6. Coors FieldBaseball lying on base

Catch a Colorado Rockies game at the famous Coors Field baseball park in downtown Denver. You can also go here for behind-the-scenes tours or to host a special event like a wedding or corporate fundraiser.

Address: 2001 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205

Phone: 866-800-1275


7. Coors Brewery

For guests over 21, Coors Brewery is a unique stop just outside Denver in the town of Golden, where you can see how the famous Coors beer is brewed and bottled. Go here for a free tour and tastings, and stick around to explore downtown Golden for a taste of local Colorado culture.

Address: 1301 Ford St, Golden, CO 80401

Phone: 303-279-6565


8. Union Station

Explore Union Station, a 100-year-old historic landmark in the heart of downtown Denver. You’ll find dozens of locally-owned spots to dine out and shop around, like Milkbox Ice Creamery and Tattered Cover Book Store.

Address: 1701 Wynkoop St, Denver, CO 80202

Phone: 303-592-6712


9. Denver Art Museum Man and woman looking at painting

The “DAM” is one of the largest art museums in the West and home to around 70,000 works of art, including paintings by Claude Monet and Georgia O’Keeffe. You’ll find this world-class museum just northwest of Capital Hill within the city’s Golden Triangle.

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

Phone: 720-865-5000


10. Molly Brown House Museum

One of the more unique destinations in Denver history, the Molly Brown House Museum is the preserved, Victorian home of Margaret Brown, an activist, philanthropist, and socialite. She was known as “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” because she survived the sinking of the RMS Titanic in 1912. Here, you can embark on a guided tour to see exhibits preserving life at the turn of the 20th century.

Address: 1340 Pennsylvania St, Denver, CO 30203

Phone: 303-832-4092


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