Indiana Bus Rentals & Charter Buses

Indiana Charter Buses: 14 to 56 Passenger Buses, Vans, & Trolleys


56 & 47 Passenger Coaches are equipped with…

· VCR/ DVD Equipped with numerous monitors
· Climate Control Interiors & Restroom equipped
· Public Address System and Cell phones
· AM/FM Stereo with Cassette and CD decks
· Reclining Seats, Armrests, and Footrests

· Overhead Baggage Compartments
· Professional Uniformed Drivers
· Window Shades/ Tinted Windows or both
· Spacious Storage Compartments
· Wide Body motorcoaches for extra room

24 passenger Trolley Coaches are equipped with…

· Fully enclosed San Francisco style Interiors
· Climate Control Interior with Oak Paneling
· Rear Politician Platform
· Brass Rails & Beautiful Oak Benches
· Wheelchair Lift

· Interior Lights
· Professional Uniformed Drivers with a Cell Phone
· Large Panoramic Windows
· Authentic Trolley Bell & 110-Volt Outlets
· Sound System with CD Player & MP3 input

28 Passenger Coach Amenities                 16 Passenger Coach Amenities

· Climate Control Interiors
· Reclining Seats and Armrests
· Overhead Baggage Compartments
· Individual Reading Lamps
· and more…

· Climate Control Interiors
· Reclining Seats, Armrests, & Ind. Reading Lamps
· Overhead Baggage Compartments
· VCR/ DVD Equipped with a monitor
· and more…

B&W Charters has grown from a single motorcoach operation to today’s sizeable fleet of new or deluxe 14 to 56 passenger buses, vans, and trolleys.

Indiana, also known as the, Hoosier State, was the 19th State admitted to the Union in 1816. It is ranked 15th in population and 38th in land area. Indiana’s state capital, Indianapolis, sits at the crossroads of America. It is home to the Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Pacers, The Indianapolis 500. It also has several well name higher education institution including Purdue, Indiana, Notre Dame, and Butler. Going to see one of these teams would be a great thing to do on a B & W Charters Indiana charter bus.

Some interesting facts about Indiana include that there is a Santa Claus, Indiana which receives 500,000 letters each year. Indiana is also home to the first successful goldfish farm in America founded in Martinsville, Indiana in 1899. It was later found that the money had been dropped by a would be skyjacker. Famous bank robber John Dillinger made the Sippery Noodle Inn in Indianapolis, Indiana a favorite hangout for his gang during Prohibition. Make sure to check this speakeasy on your B&W Charters Indiana bus charter. In 1972 Lowell Elliot became famous when he saw money fall from the sky on his Peru, Indiana home.

Other activities and places to see in Indiana include Indiana Dunes State Park. Amish Acres near Nappanee, Indiana is always a delight to see for groups on a B&W Charters Indiana bus rental. If you’re in the mood to try your luck why not check out Belterra Casino near Florence, Indiana. Don’t forget to check out the river walk in downtown Indianapolis, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, or the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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If hunger is driving your excursion why not try one of the following famous eateries. If steak is rule of the day why not try St. Elmo Steak House, Fogo De Chao, or the Rathskeller. Any of these restaurants would be great places to visit on a B&W Charters Indiana rental bus. Maybe seafood is more to your liking why not check out Oceanaire Seafood Room, Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery, or Harry & Izzy’s. If your just looking for a little something to tide you over while in Indianapolis how about Barcelona Tapas.

The state of Indiana prides itself on such small-town virtues, friendly people, and good old-fashioned Midwestern values. Plan to spend a week or more in this state on your B&W Charters Indiana motorcoach. The crossroads of America welcomes you…

So whether you need charter bus rental for an airport transfer, local shuttling, bus tour, company outting, wedding, birthday party, bachelor/bachelorette party