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Charter Bus Rentals in Bloomington, Indiana

Indiana University Bloomington

Bloomington is the seat of Monroe County and is home to more than 80,000 people. Get on a charter bus in Bloomington, Indiana and check out B-Town today.

A charter bus in Bloomington, Indiana can take you to the following places:

Arts & Culture

The city has a handful of professional theater companies as well as amateur ones. Some of the groups that you should know include Theatre of the People, the Cardinal Stage Company, the Department of Theatre & Drama at Indiana University, and the Bloomington Playwrights Project.

You may also want to check out the Indiana University Auditorium, which can accommodate 3,000 people who come to watch musicals, plays and live concerts and entertainment. You could also go to the Buskirk-Chumley Theater, which accommodates 616 people, or the Waldron Arts Center at Ivy Tech.

The city is also big on music. Check out the bustling folk punk scene, especially during the Plan-it-X Fest, and the Lotus Festival of World Music. You can also catch the performers from the Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music as they belt out the tunes at the Opera Theater and several other venues across the region.

The Indiana Limestone Symposium teaches you how to work with limestone to create your own artworks. Or check out the Blueline Gallery, Elizabeth Sage Historic Costume Collection, the African American Arts Institute, the Arts Alliance of Greater Bloomington, Farmer House Museum, Atlas Ballroom, gallery406, Grunwald Gallery of Art, and the By Hand Gallery.

Then you should join the city's many festivals, including the Afro-American Art Festival, Fourth Street Arts and Crafts Festival, African American Music and Culture Showcase, Black Pride Film Festival, Dark Carnival Film Festival, Indiana Heritage Quilt Show, Pride Film Festival, Third and High Festival, Limestone Comedy Festival, and WIUX Culture Shock.

Restaurants & Shopping

Check out the many shopping and dining options downtown. You can wait for the Bloomington Farmers Market to get the freshest produce from local farmers or just check out other shopping destinations in Bloomington, including College Mall, Kirkwood Avenue, Fountain Square Mall, and the retailers at both the Eastside and Westside sections of the city.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

The city also has a handful of golf courses you can play on: Indiana University Golf Course, the Eagle Pointe Golf Resort, Bloomington Country Club, Cascades Golf Course, Taylors' Par 3, Hidden Hills Golf Course, Stone Crest Golf Community, and Otis Park Golf Club.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

There are several sites in Bloomington that allow you to learn about the city's and county's history in a more exciting way. Check out the Monroe County Courthouse, the Wylie House, the Hinkle-Garton Farmstead Community Historic Site, and the Rose Hill Cemetery. Meanwhile, the Hoagy Carmichael Room has archives of traditional music, and you can find out more about events and places at the Monroe County History Center.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Check out the B-Line Walking Trail, a rails-to-trails site that gives you a chance to hike, bike, and run. You can also check out the many parks in the city such as Broadview Park, Cascades Park, Crestmont Park, Griffy Lake, Olcott Park, Park Ridge Park, RCA Community Park, Rev. Ernest D. Butler Park and Sherwood Oaks Park, among others.

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A charter bus in Bloomington, Indiana is the most convenient way to travel and drive around the city. And the good news is that it is very easy to budget and plan for it. Just visit our Web site and fill out a short form to get your free online quote.