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Bringing the kiddos to Fort Worth? Get ready for some family fun, y’all! The Fort Worth Zoo is a must-see, with over 500 species of critters to ooh and aah over. Giraffes, elephants, big cats – they’ve got it all here. Don’t miss the Texas Wild! exhibit to get up close with animals from our great state. Afterward, let the little ones run wild at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. They’ll have a blast in the kid’s adventure garden, complete with a treehouse and tunnels. Top it all off with a show at the Casa MaƱana theater. From Broadway musicals to children’s productions, there’s always a family-friendly show playing.

With a charter bus rental from Charter Bus Company Fort Worth, getting your crew around will be a breeze. No need to wrangle everyone into the family truckster. We’ll pick you up and drop you off right at each attraction so you can focus on the fun.


On your inaugural visit to Cowtown, you’ve got to see the big three: the Stockyards, Sundance Square, and the Cultural District. The Stockyards National Historic District transports you back to Fort Worth’s wild west days. Watch a cattle drive and get your boots at a true Texas boot shop before chowing down on barbecue at Riscky’s. Next, mosey over to Sundance Square to see the city’s heart. Boutiques, restaurants, and street performers make this is a lively spot. Don’t miss the iconic Water Gardens! Then, it’s onto the Cultural District to take in the acclaimed Kimbell Art Museum and the Modern Art Museum. With a charter bus rental, your driver can expertly navigate between these and any other Fort Worth hot spots.

Wine & Beer Connoisseurs

Everything’s bigger in Texas, including the craft beer scene. And you can sample some of the state’s best suds in Fort Worth. Head to Panther Island Brewing near the Trinity River for beers like the Allergeez Wheat Ale and Boss Raptor IPA. Or try bold, unique flavors at Wild Acre Brewing Company, like their pretzel-infused Tarantula Hawk beer. If wine’s more your speed, visit Sloan & Williams Winery. Their tasting room in downtown Fort Worth offers award-winning Texas wines like Sweet Red made of Black Spanish grapes. With Charter Bus Company Fort Worth, you’ve got built-in designated drivers to shuttle your group between tasting rooms. No need to skip that last sample!

Sports Fans

The Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex is a major league sports mecca. Football, basketball, baseball, hockey – you name it, we’ve got it. Football fans can cheer on the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium or catch a TCU Horned Frogs game at Amon G. Carter Stadium. Basketball lovers can watch the Mavericks take on the NBA’s best at the American Airlines Center. For baseball, nothing beats a summer night watching the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Field. And hockey nuts will go wild for the Dallas Stars at the American Airlines Center. Let Charter Bus Company Fort Worth handle getting your crew to the big game so you can focus on the action.


In Fort Worth, we take our food seriously. For authentic Texas barbecue, hit up Heim BBQ or Panther City BBQ and chow down on brisket, ribs, and sausage. Looking for Tex-Mex? Joe T. Garcia’s patio restaurant serves up legendary enchiladas and margaritas. Or try Ellerbe Fine Foods for New Southern cuisine in a chic setting. And don’t miss out on the Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival every fall. Let your taste buds explore with a charter bus rental from Charter Bus Company Fort Worth. We’ll get your group from one delicious destination to the next!


From cowboy boots to designer duds, Fort Worth is a shopper’s paradise. Head to the Stockyards for western wear, hats, and boots galore at Leddy’s Ranch and M.L. Leddy’s. Find art, antiques, and more at Montgomery Plaza. Magnolia Avenue boasts boutiques, antique malls, and home decor shops. Top it off with some luxury retail therapy at the Shops at Clearfork. With a charter bus rental, you’ll have room for all your purchases and a driver to whisk you from shop to shop.

How to Get Around Fort Worth

Light Rail

The Trinity Railway Express (TRE) light rail connects downtown Fort Worth to downtown Dallas. The TRE runs every 30 minutes during peak times. Fares start at $2.50 each way. The TRE has limited stops though, so it’s best for travel directly between downtown Dallas and downtown Fort Worth. The Trinity Metro bus system serves as a connector between the TRE and other Fort Worth locations.

Taxis and Rideshares

You can call or hail a taxi around downtown Fort Worth and popular tourist spots. Fares start at $2.50 plus $1.80 per mile. Uber and Lyft also operate throughout Fort Worth. Prices vary by time and demand. For groups larger than 4, consider booking an UberXL or Lyft XL. Splitting multiple Ubers can cause logistical headaches.

Charter Bus

A charter bus rental is the most convenient transportation option for large groups. Charter buses come in a variety of sizes to accommodate groups from 18 people up to 56 people. Buses have cushy, reclining seats, climate control, luggage storage, restrooms, TVs, WiFi and more. No need to coordinate multiple cars or Ubers. Everyone rides together in comfort with a professional driver. Charter Bus Company Fort Worth will pick up your group anywhere in Fort Worth or at DFW Airport. We’ll drop you off hassle-free at each attraction or event. No parking or traffic headaches! Our drivers know Fort Worth like the back of their hand.

Ready to Get Started?

We hope this guide gets you pumped for your Fort Worth getaway! When you’re ready to book your transportation, give Charter Bus Company Fort Worth a call at (682) 204-6663. Our charter bus experts are standing by 24/7 to help plan your perfect Fort Worth itinerary. We’ll get you an instant group transportation quote. No obligations. And we promise you’ll be impressed by our Texas-sized service and hospitality. Can’t wait to have y’all aboard. Let’s go exploring, Fort Worth style!