San Antonio Charter Bus & Minibus Rentals

Make your next trip to San Antonio, Texas as easy as possible with a charter bus rental from National Charter Bus! We service all types of group trips around the city, including to the River Walk, the Alamo, games at AT&T Center, and more. Our team is available 24/7 to get you a free, no-obligation quote on your San Antonio charter bus rental—just call us any time at 210-343-2190!

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Different travelers often have their own travel styles. Some travelers want to take their time at stops like the River Walk while others want to continuously be on the go. Luxury accommodations may be better for some while others prefer sticking to a budget. With a charter bus company like National Charter Bus, you’ll have the flexibility to build your own itinerary and pick transportation that meets your exact needs, no matter your travel preferences.

If you need a shuttle bus for your wedding guests, we’ll find a high-end minibus for your service at luxurious venues in Downtown San Antonio. Is your business in need of a conference minibus to transport everyone to the Henry B. González Convention Center? We’ve got you covered too!

Whether you need a local shuttle or long-distance transportation from Austin or Houston, National Charter Bus will match you with a professional driver and bus equipped with additional amenities (by request) to make your trip even better. Ask your reservation specialist about WiFi and power outlets so you can stay connected on the road, reclining seats to get some shut eye, and onboard restrooms to cut down on road trip pit stops.


Popular Destinations in San Antonio

Top 10 Things to Do in San Antonio

San Antonio has wonderful attractions for groups with a variety of interests. If you need a few ideas for places to visit during your time in Alamo City, consider adding these spots to your itinerary:

1. The AlamoThe Alamo at sunset in San Antonio

Address: 300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205

Phone: (210) 225-1391

You can’t visit San Antonio without touring the famous historic location that gave the city its nickname. From exploring the structure's Roman Catholic missionary roots to learning about the violent Battle of the Alamo, visitors of all ages will get an important history lesson while touring the over-300-year-old mission.

2. Morgan’s Wonderland

Address: 5223 David Edwards Drive, San Antonio, TX 78233

Phone: (210) 495-5888

Six Flags Fiesta Texas may be the most-visited theme park in San Antonio, but Morgan’s Wonderland holds a special place in the community. Morgan’s Wonderland is the world's first theme park with a primary focus on providing accessible rides to guests with disabilities. National Charter Bus offers ADA-accessible charter buses so all guests can ride in comfort to a fun day at Morgan’s Wonderland.

3. San Antonio River Wal

Address: 849 E Commerce Street, San Antonio, TX 78205

Phone: (210) 227-4262

Home to bars, restaurants, art installations, shops, and museums (many of which will make another appearance on this list!), as well as beautiful views of the river banks and the historic San Antonio Missions, the San Antonio River Walk is perfect for a casual stroll or a deep dive into San Antonio’s culture. You can have your bus driver drop you off at your must-see stops or spend the day wandering the walkways.

4. The Majestic Theatre

Address: 224 E Houston Street, San Antonio, TX 78205

Phone: (210) 226-5700

Ride to San Antonio’s premier performing arts venue in ultimate comfort with National Charter Bus! The Majestic Theatre was built in 1929 and is the city’s oldest atmospheric theatre. It’s also a major Texas landmark and has hosted hundreds of musicals, concerts, and film premiers.View of the arches leading to the San Juan Mission in San Antonio

5. San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA)

Address: 200 W Jones Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78215

Phone: (210) 978-8100

SAMA has a diverse collection of works spanning more than 5,000 years of international history. The museum is located in the former Lone Star Brewery complex and has pieces from ancient Rome, Greece, and Egypt, pre-Columbian works, Latin American folk art, Asian art, and contemporary pieces from the Americas.

6. Institute of Texan Cultures

Address: 801 E César E. Chávez Boulevard, San Antonio, TX 78205

Phone: (210) 458-2300

Texas is an exceptionally diverse state. This museum on the UTSA campus exists to celebrate each ethnic group’s contribution to developing the state and its unique collection of cultures. Parking on UTSA’s campus can be difficult, but with a charter bus, you can have your driver easily drop everyone off and park off-site while you explore the institute.

7. McNay Art Museumfamilies and couples admire art in a San Antonio gallery

Address: 6000 N New Braunfels Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78209

Phone: (210) 824-5368

Founded in 1954, the McNay Art Museum is hailed as the first modern art museum in Texas. It began as the private collection of artist Marion Koogler McNay and has grown to include more than 10,000 pieces housed in a Spanish Colonial Revival-style mansion.

8. San Antonio Zoo

Address: 3903 N St. Mary’s Street, San Antonio, TX 78212

Phone: (210) 734-7184

The San Antonio Zoo is one of the best family-friendly attractions for groups traveling with small children. Enjoy more than 8,500 animals at the zoo’s many exhibits, including a butterfly garden, a reptile house, and an aviary with one of the country’s largest collection of birds.

9. Briscoe Western Art Museum

Address: 210 W Market Street, San Antonio, TX 78205

Phone: (210) 299-4499a purple flower the the San Antonio Botanical Garden

The Briscoe Western Art Museum is a unique location even among the city’s many other amazing museums. Here, you’ll find a collection of Western art and artifacts like stagecoaches, chuck wagons, sculptures, and paintings depicting American cowboys, American Indians, and the vaqueros of the Old West.

10. San Antonio Botanical Garden

Address: 555 Funston Place, San Antonio, TX 78209

Phone: (210) 536-1400

Spend an afternoon of your group trip on 38 acres of gardens filled with hundreds of beautiful plants from around the world. Explore the popular Japanese garden and rose garden, learn about native Texas plants, and take little ones to play in the children’s garden.


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