Charter a bus rental to the Hockey Hall of Fame

Gather all your hockey-loving friends and rent a charter bus in Toronto for your trip to the Hockey Hall of Fame. will help you select the perfect bus type, organize your itinerary, and plan your travel budget with our online booking tool. Charter buses are an easy and cost-effective way of navigating TO’s traffic.

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Why charter a bus for the Hockey Hall of Fame

Depending on your reason for visiting the Hockey Hall of Fame, you’ll want to rent either a Toronto school bus or coach bus to transport your group. School buses are great for short distances and ideal for shuttle bus services within Toronto. If you’re traveling from out of town, opt for a coach bus. Hot tip: Your driver’s time is the largest part of a Toronto bus rental’s cost, so the price difference between a school bus and coach bus is pretty slim.

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About the Surrounding Area

About the Surrounding Area

The Hockey Hall of Fame is right in the center of Toronto’s downtown. Built in 1885, the building is a heritage site surrounded by many other stately structures. Look out the windows of your Toronto charter bus and you’ll find many other monuments to early 20th-century architecture. There’s the Toronto Old City Hall, the Campbell House Museum, the Ontario Heritage Centre, Union Station, and the Gooderham Building. But the downtown core is so much more than a bunch of old buildings. It’s swanky hotels like Le Germain, the Shangri-La, and the Westin Harbour Castle. It’s theaters like the Harbour Centre, the Sony Centre for Performing Arts,...

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About the Hockey Hall of Fame

Because of Kingston’s role in hockey’s invention, it was supposed to be the site of the Hockey Hall of Fame. But after Kingston was unable to build the facility, it was decided that Toronto would be the new home. In 1961, the Hockey Hall of Fame opened in the CNE building in TO. The opening was presided over by Prime Minister Diefenbaker who said, “There is nothing greater than hockey to bring about national unity and a closer relationship between the United States and Canada.” In 1993, the Hockey Hall of Fame moved to its current building on the corner of Yonge and Front. Not only does this new facility house the Stanley Cup, it can also host your next corporate event, field trip, wedding, bachelor or bachelorette party, or simply entertain a group of die hard sports fans.

Traveling from nearby Toronto?

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 Toronto

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