CALGARY CHARTER BUS RENTAL SERVICE
Come Explore Calgary, Alberta, Canada
We take great pride at GoGo Charters in providing you with reliable bus transportation that is convenient and reliable in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. This allows you to sit back and relax. Our professional drivers must pass strict enforcement codes before we allow them to drive, so you can trust them to get you to your location safely and conveniently. The city'92s rapid growth has left some areas a real mess, so trust our charter bus drivers to navigate the maze for you. Your group will love our services which include free Wi-Fi, oodles of room for luggage, plenty of legroom, clean restrooms and plug-ins allowing passengers to charge their devices. Set up your bus rental by calling 1-855-826-6770 day or night.
Sites to Visit
There are many wonderful things to do and sites to see. You can trust us to get your group there so that you can maximize your time at the attraction.
Prince's Island Park
Many festivities in downtown happen in Prince's Island Park. This urban oasis is home to the Folk Music Festival each July featuring over 68 bands on 11 stages, the Shakespeare Festival, Canada Day Celebration, Heritage Day and Expo Latino. It is also a popular destination throughout the year for many smaller events.
Heritage Park Historical Village
Allow your group to explore Western Canada'92s history from the 1860s to the 1950s at the largest history park in the country known as Heritage Park Historical Village. View the historical buildings in each of the four areas of the park including the fascinating car collection, the antique midway and the two town squares. Interact with characters dressed in period clothing from the past.
See over 33,000 works of art at the Glenbow Museum which is the largest art museum in Western Canada. Then, view the 100,000 works of cultural history to learn how the people worked, worshipped and governed themselves during the 19th century. Gaze at over 48,000 items that were made by the indigenous peoples of North America before exploring the area'92s important military history. Do not miss the 49 encounters on the third floor of this museum helping visitors understand important people from the city'92s past.
Take in all the action at the 10 day Stampede that is the world'92s largest outdoor entertainment event. Start by watching the parade that kicks off the event each year. Over $100,000 is given away to cowboys and girls each year at the rodeo. Do not miss the exciting chuckwagon races. Wander through the exhibition space filled with all types of fun. Learn about the First Tribes by visiting their villages. With so much to see and do you will be glad to leave the driving to professionals.
Hear the lions roar and the hippopotamuses grunt with a trip to the zoo. This zoo containing over 800 animals has been cited as one of the top zoos in the world for conservation research. Do not miss the opportunity to see the Westland gorilla that was born in 2016, get up close and personal with Canadian animals and see the komodo dragons. Not all the animals are alive at the zoo, however, so be sure to leave time to visit the six-acre Prehistoric Park. No trip would be complete without wandering through the zoo'92s lush gardens featuring more than 100 plants.
Gather a crew and head to Olympic Park, now known as the Winter Sports Institute You can choose to watch one of the competitive sports that happen here including downhill skiing, cross-country skiing or snowboarding. Alternatively, participate in these sports yourself. Even in the summer, a trip to Olympic Park is great fun as you can ride the zipline or try completing the challenge course.
Originally constructed as part of the city'92s centennial celebration, the Tower stretches 191 meters into the air. It was the tallest structure in the city when it was built. The observation deck provides outstanding views of the entire area. Try to be at the Sky 360 Restaurant at noon when this restaurant revolves totally around. Since you are leaving the driving to us, you need to sample from their extensive wine list. The lighting of the Tower changes colors almost daily in order to remind people of an important celebration.
Stephen Avenue Walk
Shop until you drop on Stephen Avenue. The three-block pedestrian mall is filled with trendy stores and restaurants just waiting to be explored. Additionally, many street vendors sell beautiful goods that they have often made themselves. The area is worth exploring just to enjoy the 33 white sculptures, referred to as trees, offering unique sound shows.
Regardless of the time of the year, something exciting is always happening at the Scotiabank Saddledome that is shaped to resemble a saddle. This stadium serves as home to the National Hockey League'92s Flame team. It is the frequent site of amazing concerts and other exciting events. The traffic here can be particularly bad, so leave it to our professional drivers and enjoy a great event with your group while arriving in style.
Craft Beer Market
With over 100 local, national and international beers on tap, the Craft Beer Market is a great place to relax with a group of friends. Consider starting your day early and then extend it with brewery tours. Dandy Brewing Company is the first nano-brewery in the area. Visit Tool Shed Brewing Company for great pizza and end your fun day at Last Best Brewing and Distilling. When you rent a bus all the options are up to you.
Call us today at 1-855-826-6770 so that we can discuss your personal details with you. The city offers so many opportunities and we want to help you maximize your enjoyment of every day spent in it.