Bus Rental Pricing Calculator

Price Match Guarantee or Your Trip is Free!* (Terms apply)


* Terms apply

« Go to State

Save on Transportation with a Charter Bus in Edina, Minnesota

A group of tourists can ride a charter bus in Edina, Minnesota and make their trips more memorable.

A city located in Hennepin County, Edina is home to around 48,000 people. The city also boasts several places of interest that you can go to and visit with a charter bus in Edina, Minnesota.

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Pinstripes give you the chance to see how a bowling lane worked in the olden times. You can go bowling and play bocce at this location.

Arts & Culture

Enjoy the city's many public artworks, including Leaping Hare at the Grandview Square Park, and the Dancing Sand Hill Cranes. Or you can go to the Edina Art Center, where you have the exhibits in the Margaret Foss Gallery that highlights the works of local, regional, national and global artists.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Play at Interlachen Country Club, where you have 18 holes of golfing fun. You have more than 6,800 yards at the longest points, a 73 par, 73.8 course rating, and a 142 slope rating. The golf course was first opened in the 1910s and designed by Donald J. Ross and Garrett D. Gill. Interlachen Country Club has several awards under its belt. It was named at one of the top 100 classic courses by Golfweek Magazine in 2005 and 2006. Golf Digest Magazine also named it as one of the country's 100 greatest public and private golf courses and one of the state's top rated golf courses. Meanwhile, the course has been cited by Golf Magazine as one of the country's top golf courses in 2003 and 2005, as well as having one of the top 500 holes in the entire world.

Aside from Interlachen Country Club, you can also play at Braemar Golf Course, the Fred Richards Golf Course, and the Edina Country Club. Then go to the Braemar Ice Arena where you can watch hockey games or see figure skaters in action.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

The city has several sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including:

  • Cahill School, a one room schoolhouse that was very typical in the state during the 1800s.
  • Country Club Historic District is one of the state's first planned communities with a largely period revival architecture.
  • George W. Baird House, a Queen Anne house that was built in the 1880s and designed by famous local architect Charles S. Sedgwick.
  • Jonathan Taylor Grimes House, a Greek revival house that was built in the 1860s.
  • Minnehaha Grange Hall, which is the hall of the state's oldest subordinate that was built in the 1870s.

You could also go to the Edina History Museum at Arneson Acres Park, where you learn more about the history of the city.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Go to Centennial Lakes Park where you can have a relaxed stroll or ride a paddleboat right in the middle of the city. The park has 10 acres of space that features walking paths, seating areas, a putting course, a croquet facility, ice skating, and fun activities such as movies, music and other performances. Or you can go to the Edina Aquatic Center, where you can enjoy several water attractions such as the water slides, the Lost Wave, and the Flow Rider. Or perhaps check out the Edina Promenade where you can bike, walk or jog.

Get a free online quote for a charter bus in Edina, Minnesota from our Web site or call us at 1-866-569-2012.

Planning to rent a charter bus in Edina, Minnesota? Visit our Web site and fill out short form to request a free online quote today.