Milwaukee airport chartered bus service
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With so many places to see and so many interesting roads to travel down, it can be overwhelming to plan a day in Milwaukee, let alone an entire vacation. This is especially true with large groups, which are happily taken care of by us, the leading transporter in chartered buses. Fitting up to two-dozen passengers, a bus is the perfect way to get everyone from point A to point B without breaking a sweat.
If everyone would like to spend the day checking out fascinating landmarks, the options are practically boundless. Drive over to the restored 19th-century at North Point Light for beautiful lakeside views and an interesting maritime museum. If that’s not enough, make stop number 2 Milwaukee’s beautifully designed Central Library, located in the heart of downtown.
Many see Wisconsin as a lake state, but few realize there are also beautiful beaches to explore. The best one in the city is Bradford Beach, a large shore that provides intimacy for even the largest groups. If you’d like to go on a leisurely walk, take a quick drive to the urban recreation area, Estabrook Park for fun trails, a skate park, and basketball courts, all of which are walking distance to most hotels.
Breaking the ice isn’t too easy for people who don’t know each other, but for large groups that know one another like family, riding separately is the most uncomfortable thing you can do, especially if it’s for a vacation. Avoid this problem by reserving a chartered bus from our area companies, allowing everyone to sit together happily.
For a slice of Milwaukee history, drive your bus over to the astonishing Rockwell Automation Headquarters and Allen-Bradley Clock Tower for a look inside a truly unique building. Built in 1962, the International-Style architecture is a rare find, especially in the heart of Wisconsin.
A group trip isn’t a group trip unless you head over to an amusement park, and one of the most is Bay Beach Amusement Park. The Lakeside amusement park has plenty of rides, from wooden coasters to classic food stands, but is most admired for its antiquity. Opened in 1892, the park is also a gorgeous relic of the pas.