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Coach Bus Group Travel in Illinois • Coach Bus Travel Illinois


Illinois offers a lot to see and do when you are traveling on a coach bus tour. Choose to rent a coach bus when vacationing with a large group. Decide on your destination stops, the routes you want to travel, and get your coach bus reserved now.

Whether you are looking for a coach bus for a tour of Illinois, or are planning to attend a business conference or seminar, coach buses will have your group all headed in the right direction. No need to worry about carpools or multiple sets of directions, just sit back and relax in the comfort of a coach bus.

A coach bus is an affordable and efficient mode of travel for small to large groups.

Coach Buses for Illinois Attractions • Coach Bus Travel Stops

Choosing coach buses to explore Illinois is perfect for out-of-town guests or a special event for local community-sponsored tours. Coach buses can schedule stops at attractions, meal stops, and wait for your group at festivals, theaters, or sporting events.


Brookfield Zoo offers visitors the chance to see bears, tigers, dolphins, giraffes, gorillas, and a lot more. Also available for the kids is an old-fashioned carousel. Dining and shopping can complete a day at the zoo.

Kickapoo Creek Winery offers plenty for the wine connoisseurs in your tour group. This is a full-service winery. Visitors are encouraged to tour the grounds, check out the vineyard, browse the gift shop, and learn more about the wines in the tasting room.

Bald Knob Cross is a 111-foot tall cross located in Alto Pass. At night when it is illuminated, it can be seen over a 7,500 square miles.

Lincoln Park Zoo is a free zoo in the heart of Chicago that is a natural oasis. This would make a perfect place to get out, stretch the legs, learn about animals and nature, and then back on the coach bus to the next stop.

There are a lot of other attractions in the state of Illinois. Some of the best places are those found while traveling by tour bus.

Several cities and villages host annual events in Illinois. Fourth of July, Armed Forces Day, and Memorial Day are just three holidays that are celebrated with large events throughout the state.

Tour Bus Benefits in Illinois • Tour Bus Options for Group Transportation


Coach buses and tour bus routes are easy within the state of Illinois. Interstate-55 and Interstate-74 are just two ways to get into and travel through Illinois. The coach bus route you choose to take after renting your tour bus will be based upon where you are heading to and where you are getting onto the bus.

A tour bus rental is available for various sizes of coach buses. Coach buses can accommodate small groups for a tour bus itinerary or a large group where several coach buses are required. Coach buses can typically carry passenger’s luggage, have an onboard bathroom, are air conditioned and may even offer optional DVD players and wireless internet for the group.

Reserve your coach bus here today and get ready to learn more about Illinois while on your group tour bus!