A little offbeat in Maryland

Maryland is a wonderful place to visit in its own right, although it is often overshadowed by Washington D.C. There are a few sights in Maryland that most people never see, tourists and locals alike, and a good way to get around and see them is with a charter bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus rented from Bus Rental Maryland. Travel around in style and comfort in your rental bus as your reliable rental bus driver gets you where you want to go.

If you have a weak stomach, you might want to stay on the rental bus and give the National Museum of Health and Medicine a miss. Located in Silver Spring, Maryland, the museum was established during the American Civil War as the Army Medical Museum. Its purpose was to collect specimens for research in military medicine and surgery. During the 20th century, the focus of the museum moved towards research and pathology. Museum staff pioneered photomicrographic techniques, establishing a library and cataloging system which later formed the basis for the National Library of Medicine. The specimens on display are real, and definitely not for the faint of heart. Human organs, amputated limbs, objects removed from bodies are all on display, and likely to give you nightmares for months.

Everyone has played at least one game of pinball in their life, and one place you can relive your memories of putting a quarter into a machine for a few minutes of flipper fun is at the National Pinball Museum. Just a short rental bus ride away from Washington D.C., the National Pinball Museum is dedicated to that American icon, the pinball machine. From an historical perspective, pinball has always been more than just a game. It’s a scrapbook of American tradition and folklore, a looking glass of culture, a pleasure-filled journey winding its way through the marriage of art and technology. The history and development of the pinball machine is explored in depth in this museum, tracing pinball’s origins back to its roots in the French game of bagatelle, invented in 1777. The main attraction is the “Pay to Play” room, where a rotating display of about 40 machines from the museum’s collection of over 800 tables are available for visitors to play with.

Children, and the child in all of us, love trains, so hop into your rental bus and visit the Roads and Rails Museum in Frederick, Maryland. Founded by David Burroughs, the Roads & Rails Museum celebrates historic automobiles and railroads. The museum houses one of the largest miniature world model train displays in America and is designed to be a fun display of three dimensional art, combined with sound and movement. Visitors will be amazed at the detail in this miniature world complete with a zoo, circus, working volcano, walk-through mountains, subway, coal mine, castle and towns with moving trains, trolleys, cars and trucks.

For a rental bus trip through Maryland that you will not soon forget, give Bus Rental Maryland a call to find out how they can help arrange your rental bus trip with their friendly, personalized service.

Visit a beautiful place with a bus charter MD

Traveling with a bus charter MD or another destination doesn’t have to be a hassle. One of main reasons our bus charter MD company is chosen more often than any other is because of our attention to details and our overall commitment to good service. If you’re wondering about common reasons to travel with a bus charter, MD is just one of many destinations that people choose to visit for both business as well as sightseeing excursions.

Reasons to travel with a bus charter MD are endless but the most important is transporting a group safely from one point to another and that’s exactly what our company does. Our goal is to give our customers exactly what they want and help them stay within their budgets. This is one of the reasons that our first time customers become long time clients choosing our company time and time again for their travel needs.

There are many different places to visit on your bus charter MD. Ocean City is situated directly on the Atlantic on the easternmost side of MD. Being set right between the ocean and Chesapeake Bay, this region is very popular for bus charter MD destinations. Other great spots in the area, that may not be as dense with visitors, include Salisbury and Cambridge, Heading north along the bay to Grasonville visitors can pass over the bridge, heading west, and hit beautiful and historic Annapolis on the other side.

There are many historic sites to visit as well. Bus charter MD tours, such as ghost tours and other walking history tours, are a great way to learn more and see more in the city. MD travel from Annapolis offers a number of different choices. Many people choose to spend some time in Baltimore, a city full of an incredible roster packed with an abundance of things to do. Major attractions like the National Aquarium, Maryland Science Center and Port Discovery make perfect family outings. Dining and shopping and exciting nightlife are ideal for social adults. For those in between, attractions like the Baltimore Museum of Art, Edgar Allan Poe House and the Babe Ruth Museum offer a number of daytime activities that are low key and fun. Baltimore is the top of all bus charter MD destination spots if you love the urban ambience.

A bus charter MD is just one of the destinations that we offer. We cover every state within the United States. Our buses offer amenities such as high back reclining seats, restrooms, TV, DVD players and CD players just to name a few. If you and your group want to enjoy yourselves and not worry about driving a bus charter MD is the choice for you.