Bus Rental Pricing Calculator

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


* Terms apply

« Go to State

Get on a Bus Rental and Charter in Hampton, New Hampshire and See its Attractions

Hampton, New Hampshire

Located beside the Atlantic Ocean, Hampton in Rockingham County, New Hampshire is home to more than 15,000 people. Find out what the town has in store for you and your friends by getting on a bus rental and charter in Hampton, New Hampshire.

Arts, Culture & History

Visit the Tuck Museum Complex on Park Avenue which consists of several monuments, buildings, and artifacts. These buildings include the Tuck Museum, the major structure in the complex and the home of the Hampton Historical Society. The museum's permanent exhibits include items that tell about life in early Hampton, the Hampton military history, and the development of Hampton Beach. You can also see a school, a fire museum, a barn, and a beach cottage in the complex.

You can also ask your bus rental and charter in Hampton, New Hampshire to take you to Benjamin James House, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The house, built around 1723, is one of the oldest surviving regional examples of a five-bay wide, two-room deep, center chimney house.

Also included in the register is the Reuben Lamprey Homestead, considered to be the best-preserved colonial-era farm complex in Hampton. The main house is a Georgian-style structure built in the 1770s for Reuben Lamprey, a descendant of one of the early settlers of the area.

You may also want to plan your trip during the Hampton Beach Seafood Festival, which is considered to be one of the top 100 events in North America. It is a way to promote the best local restaurants in Hampton as they offer samplings of their seafood specialties. There will also be a showcase of locally crafted products as well as a wide array of activities.

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Take the kids to Casino Cascade Water Slide and let them have a blast in the water while you go to the outside deck and grab a drink. Grown-ups, meanwhile, can go to Ocean Gaming Casino, a lovely beachside gaming facility. You can also go to Casino Ballroom for some live entertainment.

You can also take them to Explore the Ocean World, an oceanarium where they can learn about marine life and marine creatures through hands-on displays, unique interactions, a touch tank, a tour with a biologist, and a presentation. There's also Blue Ocean Discovery Center, a small center that offers a museum, an aquarium, a science center, and hands-on fun all in one.

If you want to go out for some drinks, you can try nightlife venues like The 401 Tavern, Paradise Ocean Club, and Blue Lobster Brewery.

Parks & Outdoor Venues

Herd everyone into a bus rental and charter in Hampton, New Hampshire and head to Hampton State Beach or Hampton Beach State Park, where you can enjoy spectacular beach and great amenities and a seafood festival.

You can also go fishing, boating, or dolphin and whale watching with Reel Job Fishing Charters, Al Gauron Deep Sea Fishing & Whale Watching, Sunrise Adventure Charters, or Smith & Gimore Deep Sea Fishing.

Shopping & Dining

Hampton Beach and its surrounding areas have a variety of shopping options for you with specialty boutiques, factory outlets, malls, and stores dotting the area. You can check out stores like Cinnamon Rainbows, Mrs. Mitchell's Gift Shop, Zapstix, Quicksilver Fine Jewelry, and Hampton Beach Casino Shopping, among many others.

Make arrangements for a bus rental and charter in Hampton, New Hampshire to drive you around town. Call us at 1-866-569-2012.

Call BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012 to book a bus rental and charter in Hampton, New Hampshire.