Indianapolis Charter Bus
Indianapolis, the capital of Indiana, was a ‘planned city’- a city designed and carefully plotted out before being built. The city now has seven cultural districts- cultural institutions within historically significant neighborhoods unique to the city’s heritage. These include Broad Ripple Village, Canal and White River State Park, Fountain Square, Indiana Avenue, Mass Ave, Wholesale, and Market East. The Indianapolis Cultural Trail officially opened in 2013. This public-private partnership resulted in 8 miles of urban bike and pedestrian corridors linking six cultural districts with neighborhoods, IUPUI, and every significant arts, cultural, heritage, sports and entertainment venue downtown. Indianapolis is home to dozens of annual festivals and events showcasing local culture. Notable events include the “Month of May” (a series of celebrations leading to the Indianapolis 500), Indiana Black Expo, Indiana State Fair, and Historic Irvington Halloween Festival. Indianapolis is popular stop for Charter Bus trips, with many choices for charter bus companies and different amenities and options. Wheelchair accessible Indianapolis charter buses and vans are available for rent. Complete the form above to see different bus options and pricing estimate.