Renting a Charter Bus in Jersey City
When jetting off to a vacation in Jersey City, you'll find several companies that offer rental cars and charter services. As the ultimate charter bus company, we make it easy to find the exact size and type of coach you need. Choose a luxury shuttle with room for eight to 14 passengers, a mini bus that can seat up to 20 or a limo bus with room for 28 passengers. You may even love our larger buses that can accommodate more than 50 people comfortably. Let us take care of shuttling you around town and to all the hot spots in the area with a bus rental that you book today. Find out more about some of the great things there are to see and do in Jersey City before your trip.
Appalachian Scenic Walking Trail
The Appalachian Scenic Walking Trail is a large walking and hiking trail operated by the Appalachian Train Conservancy. This trail runs from Maine all the way down to the southern half of the country, but it has a section that runs right through the upper tip of New Jersey too. You can hike the entire 72 mile trail or just pick up the trail as it winds its way through the city. With a peak of more than 1,600 feet, you'll see some impressive views of the city.
Pole Position Raceway
If you and your friends or coworkers love endlessly debating about who would win on a racetrack, you can finally put your money where your mouth is and really race against each other. Pole Position Raceway is popular with racing fans of all ages. The little cars that you race on the track go faster than most go-karts, which will make you think twice about speeding around the right corners. All guests must watch a short video that teaches them how to safely operate those vehicles before driving one. You can rent the whole facility for your group or race against other guests.
Newport Centre Mall
Shopping lovers from all across New Jersey and New York come to the Newport Centre Mall every day of the week. As one of the region's largest shopping destinations, this mall has all your favorite stores right beside each other. If you stay in the Hyatt Hotel or one of the other nearby hotels, you can walk to the mall in just 15 to 20 minutes or less. In addition to anchor stores and major chains, the mall also boasts a large food court that is the perfect place to grab a quick bite to eat.
Liberty Science Center
The Liberty Science Center is a local attraction that makes learning fun. While you might think the science center only appeals to kids and younger visitors, it's also a favorite among adults. The IMAX theater lets you experience movies like you never have before and features both documentaries and major films on its screen. The science center frequently changes its exhibits, which means you'll have a different experience on each visit. Previous exhibits focused on artifacts found on the Titanic, new communication methods and how to save on energy.
The attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001 devastated locals and those living all around the world. It led to the destruction of the World Trade Center, which was an iconic landmark for New Jersey and New York residents. The Waterfront 9/11 Memorial is just one you might want to visit. As you stand along the water and look out and across to New York, you'll see just how much that landmark affected the NYC skyline. There is also a second memorial called the Empty Sky 9/11 Memorial. This memorial lets you look right across the city to see where those buildings once stood. The NJ 9/11 Memorial Foundation operates these two memorials and other memorials around the city and state.
Liberty State Park
After checking out the 9/11 memorials, visiting Liberty State Park will put you in a better and happier frame of mind. This park, which is open daily, is home to some of the oldest buildings in Jersey City. You can hop right on the ferry and take a boat ride over to Ellis Island to see the Statue of Liberty up close. There is a nearby plaza that lets you rent bicycles to explore the biking paths around the park and other paths designed for walkers and those on rollerblades. Liberty State Park also has picnic tables available for those who just want to sit, relax and take in the views.
Chartering a bus is a great way to see the area without driving yourself. After looking at all the top Jersey City attractions, you'll want to make your reservation.
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