Charter a bus rental to the Boston Opera House

Constructed in 1928, this incredible building has undergone times of deterioration and times of restoration. Now that it is back in local hands, the building has never been more exquisite. When planning a group trip to this historical building, your best case scenario for getting to and from the Opera House is with a Boston charter bus company.

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Why charter a bus for the Boston Opera House

When organizing a group trip to the Boston Opera House, your best bet is a charter bus, school bus, coach bus, minibus, or Boston bus rental. Due to the high costs of parking in downtown Boston, your group is going to have a much easier time coordinating transportation in the form of a bus rental. That way, your group can enjoy the convenience of a timed drop-off and pick-up so you don’t miss a second of your show.

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About the surrounding area

About the surrounding area

If you’re looking for more to do in the area, there are many things to enjoy nearby. If a fine dining experience is desired, either before or after your show, the Opera House website recommends several exquisite restaurants within walking distance, including Artisan Bistro, Back Deck, Sip Wine Bar and Kitchen, Teatro, Papagayo, and Fajitas & Ritas. If your group is looking for team building activities, you can check out Escape the Room Boston for a team challenge. Alternatively, Boston’s Chinatown and Common Visitor Center are also within walking distance of the Opera House. Other cultural centers nearby include Orpheum Theatre and the Par...

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About the Boston Opera House

The Boston Opera House is a cultural icon of Boston’s bustling Downtown Crossing. Built between 1925 and 1928, the house’s inaugural program took place on October 29th, 1928. Its design features both French and Italian styles elegantly sewn together by Thomas White Lamb, one of the most popular theatre architects of his day. The building was constructed as a memorial to Benjamin Franklin Keith, the late partner of Edward Franklin Albee, who personally supervised the construction. Because it was built as a memorial and tribute to vaudeville’s greatest impresario, it was built to an unrivalled level of luxury. Originally, the theatre only featured picture shows. Later, they hosted vaudeville shows for a time. Vaudeville is a type of entertainment that features a mixture of speciality acts such as burlesque, comedy, song, and dance. Vaudeville was most popular in the US in the early 20th century. The theatre only featured vaudeville shows for a few months before returning back to pictures. Now the theatre is the home to a variety of Broadway shows and the Boston Ballet.

Traveling from nearby Boston?

Are you traveling here from a nearby city? Learn more about charter bus rental in these areas, and how you can set up group transportation straight from these cities.

Popular bus types in Boston

When you book with us, you can choose from a variety of vehicle options in your area, curated by availability, budget, and amenities.

School bus

School bus rental
An affordable classic
47 seats


Coach rental
Comfort and storage
55 seats


Minibus rental
Small groups, big moments
21 seats