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Charter Bus Rentals Aurora IL • Group Charter Bus Rentals Aurora

Aurora is 37 miles west of Chicago and is the second largest city in Illinois. Charter bus rentals are the perfect option for transporting a large group. From school fieldtrips to corporate retreats, charter bus rentals ensure that everyone will be headed in the right direction and will arrive on time.

Don’t be burdened with multiple sets of directions, arranging for carpools, or coordinating schedules. Charter bus rentals will keep your group together and you can enjoy the journey as much as the destination!

Charter bus travel in and around Aurora offers many attractions for the tourist as well as the city’s residents.

Charter Bus Travel to Aurora Attractions and Events • Aurora Bus Travel

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The Grand Army of the Republic Hall is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built as a tribute to Aurora’s Civil War Veterans in 1878.

The Fabyan Dutch Windmill has been touted as the best example of an authentic Dutch windmill in the nation. It still works today though it was built between 1850 and 1860.

The Aurora Regional Fire Museum offers charter bus travel passengers a chance to see memorabilia from the 1871 Chicago Fire with thousands of photographs. A gift shop is on site for those on your charter bus tour to take a part of Aurora home with them.

The Farnsworth House, located in nearby Plano, is floor-to-ceiling glass and was designed by master architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. The house looks as though it could be floating above the Fox River.

If your charter bus travel includes children, take them to the Blackberry Farm for hay rides, miniature train rides, a petting zoo, and experience 19th century life with live demos in the village and on the farm.

The annual Sugar Grove Corn Boil is a favorite of locals and visitors alike. Be sure to visit and enjoy local corn-on-the-cob that is fresh and juicy.

The Sandwich Fair is the oldest and longest running fair in Illinois. It began in 1889 and continues to run yearly on Labor Day weekend.

Charter Bus Travel Stops • You Won’t Go Hungry in Aurora

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Plan your charter bus travel stops to include one or more of the local restaurants. With charter bus rentals, you can plan your stops along the way.

Luigi's Pizza & Fun Center offers pizza, plus laser tag and a game room. Take a break from your charter bus tour for family dinner and playtime.

Orchard Valley Golf Course and Restaurant offer tour members the opportunity to take a few swings at the Practice Center, play the 18-hole par 72 course, then it is on to enjoy dinner overlooking the course from the bar or in the main dining room.

Oberweis Dairy is great for chilling out during a heat wave or getting pie when it’s cold outside. Ice cream is a welcome treat year round.

Bus Travel Options for Aurora • Charter Bus Rental Services Aurora

Charter bus travel routes include Interstate-88 which is north of Aurora and could be your road of choice if you are coming from the Chicago area.

If you are coming from another state to visit Aurora, Illinois, there are multiple routes to take on your charter bus tour.

When considering which route to take, remember to look at your time frame, the places you want to see, and how fast or slow you want to get there. If your group will be driving during the day, plan a cushion of time for rush hour traffic in and near the bigger cities like Chicago.

Bus Travel to Neighboring Towns • Aurora Group Charter Bus Rentals

North Avenue Bridge in Aurora Illinois From California Zephyr.. by David Jakes, on Flickr

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The Village of Sugar Grove is close enough to the big city of Chicago for a visit, but is far enough away to maintain that small town charm. The Bliss House Museum as well as the Jericho and Sugar Grove cemeteries offer visitors the chance to take a look into the past.

The United City of Yorkville offers the Cobblestone Bakery & Bistro’s famous maple-bacon donut, Vegas-type shows, historical sites, and shops downtown. The Raging Waves Waterpark is fun for the whole family and is the largest waterpark in Illinois.

The City of Sandwichboasts part of the train that transported President Teddy Roosevelt from coast to coast which is a small part of this city’s history. Antique and other shops make for the perfect stroll through town while stretching your legs from your charter bus tour.

Get started on planning your next group event by requesting a charter bus rentals quote right from our website. This is the easy part…then you can get started packing! Enjoy the journey.