Charter a bus to Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)

Charter a bus rental to the Museum of Contemporary Art

Are you headed with a large group to Toronto’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)? Do you want to avoid trying to find a parking spot on the street or paying high prices for a car park? Consider renting a charter bus to help you avoid the extra headache of traffic and parallel parking combined with expensive rates.

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Why charter a bus for the Museum of Contemporary Art

Regardless of whether you have students you’re bringing to the museum or a large group of retirees that want to dive into modern art, a charter bus is a wise consideration for your trip. A charter bus rental allows your entire group to travel in one vehicle so you can focus on what matters about your trip: convenience, easy conversation, and quick accountability to ensure nobody is left behind. You won’t have to worry about parking or headcount across carpooled vehicles. With Bus.com, the process is simple. We’ll help you rent a bus and determine what type of vehicle you need. Our smallest vehicle (a minibus) can host up to 21 passengers and our largest bus— a coach bus— is luxury personified for up to 55 passengers. Our fleet also includes school buses and other options to meet your particular needs. 

About the surrounding area

In MOCA’s last home, West Queen West (originally known as the Art + Design District), you’ll want to make sure to catch the annual Summer Art Crawl. This event features 10 galleries in the district and admission is free. In the newly-revitalized Lower Junction, there are a host of opportunities for adventure. The community attracts artists, designers, and entrepreneurs. If you’re craving an espresso or latte, make sure to visit Propeller Coffee, which won Micro-Roaster of the Year in 2016.  For a deeper dive into the community, you’ll want to visit The Draft Building, which serves as a hub for the area. It houses the Indie Ale House (a local neighborhood brewery), a large outdoor patio, and a new park. The third floor of the Draft Building boasts a treed outdoor terrace that surrounds the entire building. The neighborhood is accessible via streetcar, bike, foot, car, and subway, leaving you no excuse to not come and stay a while. Consider a charter bus to ease your worries and allow you to focus purely on immersing yourself in MOCA’s art.

About the Museum of Contemporary Art

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Toronto, Canada, was originally established as the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA) in 1999. In 2005 the museum moved to a repurposed textile factory in the West Queen West district and in 2016, its name was changed to MOCA. In 2018, the museum moved to its current location off of Sterling Road, in the Tower Automotive Building, in the new neighborhoods of the Lower Junction, which abuts WQW. MOCA does not only host exhibits of contemporary art, it also provides affordable studio space to more than 30 visual artists via a partnership with Akin Collective.

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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
The affordable classic
47 seats

Coach

Coach rental
Comfort and storage
55 seats

Minibus

Minibus rental
Small groups, big moments
21 seats