Rent a Charter Bus from New Orleans Charter Bus Company

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Traveling to New Orleans with a group is easy with a charter bus rental service from New Orleans Charter Bus Company. From private city tours and wedding guest shuttles to corporate events and school field trips, the best way to travel with a group in NOLA is aboard a charter bus. If you’re ready to reserve a New Orleans bus rental, call us at 504-315-2090 and speak to a representative about your upcoming trip.

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Organizing group travel in the Big Easy sometime soon? With access to thousands of the best buses on the market, New Orleans Charter Bus Company is the premier charter bus, minibus, and airport/wedding shuttle rental service in the area. Trust us to find a coach bus suited to your needs, no matter your requests.

Premium Charter Bus Models in New Orleans


Full-Sized Charter Buses

For long road trips with large groups, spacious 56-passenger motorcoaches make the journey smooth and comfortable. Use premium amenities like an onboard restroom, WiFi hotspot, and TV screens with a DVD player—all while a professional bus driver leads the way.

Compact Minibuses

Compact Minibuses

Zip around the one-way roads and notoriously tight street corners in New Orleans with a private minibus rental. These small buses range in size (from 18-passenger to 25-passenger models) and are great for small groups traveling locally.

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Premium amenities on buses

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    Reclining Seats
  • LCD Monitors
    LCD Monitors
  • Bathrooms
  • Power Outlets
    Power Outlets
  • Free WiFi
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Transportation Services we offer in New Orleans

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Sports Team Charter Bus & Minibus Rental

Ride the road to glory aboard a 56-passenger motorcoach with your team. This bus model includes plenty of storage for sports equipment and ample space for athletes to stretch out and relax while traveling. Long-distance trips to out-of-state tournaments and local journeys to away games will be simple, safe, and satisfactory.

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Wedding Shuttles Services & Transportation

Complete your fairy tale New Orleans wedding with a safe and reliable shuttle service. With New Orleans Charter Bus Company, you can customize wedding guest transportation to ensure everyone travels safely and arrives on time for the ceremony and reception.

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Corporate Event Charter Bus & Minibus Rental

Travel with important clients and business colleagues in New Orleans aboard a private charter bus rental. From lunch meetings and team outings to tradeshows and conventions, a charter bus service by New Orleans Charter Bus Company is the best way to travel with professionals.

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Charter Bus Rentals for School Field Trips

With a network full of well-maintained charter buses and professional drivers, students in NOLA will travel safely and comfortably aboard a bus rental with us. Load up a charter bus rental for a field trip in New Orleans or book a private minibus to attend school events like prom and graduation.

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TOP 10

Charter Bus Destinations In New Orleans

Visiting New Orleans comes with a whirlwind of historic, entertaining, and delicious places to experience (yes, we’re talking famous Cajun and French-inspired cuisine). The Big Easy has something for all types of travelers. From historic streets and haunted cemeteries to unique museums and world-renowned cultural institutions, New Orleans has it all.

When planning your next group trip to NOLA, be sure to add a few of these top destinations to your itinerary:


Jackson Square

aerial view of Jackson Square

Jackson Square is one of the most iconic locations in New Orleans, attracting more than 2 million visitors a year. It’s home to many of the city’s largest events and celebrations and is also the location of an open-air artist colony where artists display their work. As a group, you can arrange for a charter bus to drop you off on Decatur Street for an easy and convenient walk to this destination.

Address: 701 Decatur St, New Orleans, LA 70116
Phone: (504) 658-3200

Frenchmen Street

Frenchmen Street music perfomers

Situated between Esplanade Avenue and Elysian Fields, Frenchmen Street is well known as the best place in New Orleans to find live music. Some of the city’s best jazz clubs like The Spotted Cat and Blue Nile are located along Frenchmen Street. This is an essential location for a private bus tour of New Orleans or a nighttime club hopping with friends.


Bourbon Street

Bourbon Street in the evening

This monumental street is located in the French Quarter and includes 13 blocks of historic buildings, iconic bars, live jazz, and constant celebrations. A popular destination for birthday parties and bachelor(ette) parties, the nightlife on Bourbon Street is unmatched by anywhere else in the city. While a charter bus rental can’t travel on Bourbon Street due to city regulations, you can easily arrange pick-up and drop-off nearby.


National WWII Museum

National WWII Museum plane exhibit

Established in 2000, the National WWII Museum is one of New Orleans’ top-rated tourist destinations. Visitors will find an array of immersive exhibitions on the American experience in World War II, as well as rare artifacts like the “Higgins boat,” the landing craft that US soldiers used in all major amphibious assaults of World War II. Rent a bus with a group of history lovers and you can easily spend an afternoon here.

Address: 945 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130
Phone: (504) 528-1944

St. Louis Cathedral

St. Louis Cathedral, The Cabildo and The Presbytere

The St. Louis Cathedral was established in 1727 and is the oldest continuously running cathedral in the country. If you’re traveling with a religious group, you can attend scheduled daily mass or pre-register for a guided group tour.

Address: 615 Pere Antoine Alley, New Orleans, LA 70116
Phone: (504) 525-9585

Historic Cemeteries

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Embracing the spooky side of New Orleans is one of the most unique experiences in the city. New Orleans has over a dozen historic cemeteries with famous residents and beautifully crafted mausoleums. Visiting a cemetery may seem a bit dark, but the historic New Orleans cemeteries are filled with local history and folklore. However, a few of these historic museums can only be accessed with a registered local tour guide.

St. Louis Cemetery No.1
Address: 425 Basin St, New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: (504) 596-3050
Lafayette Cemetery No.1
Address: 1427 Washington Ave, New Orleans, LA 70130
Phone: (504) 658-3781

New Orleans City Park

New Orleans City Park

City Park in New Orleans is one of the largest, oldest, and most-visited public parks in the country. Visitors can take a paddleboat ride, play sports on the athletic fields, or visit the New Orleans Museum of Art and its popular sculpture garden. It’s also the perfect gathering ground for a private event like a wedding, company picnic, or birthday party.

Address: 1 Palm Dr, New Orleans, LA 70124
Phone: (504) 482-4888

Cafe Du Monde

Cafe du Monde coffee and beignets

While New Orleans is home to hundreds of delicious places to eat, there are few as famous as Cafe Du Monde. This cafe has been serving coffee and sweets since 1862 and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Have your charter bus drop you off nearby and head here as a group to grab some famous beignets and chicory coffee before a tour of the French Quarter.

Address: 800 Decatur St, New Orleans, LA 70116
Phone: (504) 525-4544

St. Charles Avenue

St. Charles Avenue with streetcar

St. Charles Avenue is a famous street that runs through the heart of the Garden District. Unfortunately, if you want to take a driving tour in your minibus down St. Charles, you’ll need to get a permit. An alternative option is to have your charter bus driver drop your group off on the outskirts of the Garden District and take a walking tour or streetcar down picturesque St. Charles Ave. You’ll find beautiful historic homes, trendy upscale restaurants and even the campuses of Tulane and Loyola University on the westernmost end of St. Charles.


Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve

Alligator at Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve

With a charter bus rental, it's easy to escape the city and explore some of Louisiana’s unique landscape. Plan a swamp tour around the Mississippi River Delta and see gators, turtles, waterfowl, and other native residents in their natural swamp habitat. Arrange a guided tour, plan a field trip, and enjoy hiking or canoeing with your group.

Address: 419 Decatur St, New Orleans, LA 70130
Phone: (504) 589-2636


New Orleans’s Top Neighborhoods

With 13 districts and around 72 distinct neighborhoods, New Orleans has everything from beautiful historic districts to areas with modern, sleek high rises. When you visit New Orleans with a group, consider picking a lodging arrangement in one of these neighborhoods or even spend some time exploring the many local shops and attractions:


Tremé is known as one of the oldest African American neighborhoods in the country. Here you’ll find award-winning restaurants like Lil Dizzy’s Cafe and Fritai, the New Orleans African American Museum, and live music at Kermit’s Treme Mother-in-Law Lounge.

Garden District

Also known as “Uptown,” the Garden District is a neighborhood admired for colorful gardens, historic architecture, and Victorian mansions. Schedule a free guided walking tour for your group if you want to delve deeper into the history or set your itinerary with essential stops like Lafayette Cemetery, Audubon Park, and Magazine Street.

Warehouse District

This trendy, urban neighborhood is where you’ll find some of New Orleans’s most popular destinations. Visit famed institutions like the National WWII Museum and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, and on the first Saturday of the month, galleries on Julia Street open their doors for free entrance to new exhibits.

Faubourg Marigny

Home to Frenchmen Street—a popular strip of jazz clubs and cafés—this neighborhood is the perfect alternative to Bourbon Street for those looking for a more relaxed type of nightlife. Besides Frenchmen Street, visitors can also enjoy browsing artwork and jewelry at the Frenchmen Art Bazaar, a concert at the Marigny Opera House, or a burlesque show at the Allways Lounge & Theater.

French Quarter

New Orleans’s French Quarter provides the best introduction for newcomers to experience the city’s history and culture. It’s here you’ll find the ever-colorful and cacophonous Bourbon Street, historic Jackson Square, classic New Orleans fine dining restaurants, the famous French Market, and legendary beignets at Café Du Monde.

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