Get all your baseball-loving friends to the home of the Jays with a Toronto charter bus rental. Bus.com will organize an amazing group outing, whether it’s for a corporate retreat or bachelor party. Use our Book Now, Pay Later option to get the best rate for your group trip to Rogers Centre.
Besides its size (a whopping 12.7 acres), there are many design elements that make Rogers Centre unique. It’s got 360° seating, so sports fans can to watch the game from any angle. To deal with unpredictable Canadian weather, the dome-like roof is fully retractable. On sunny days, it is wide open. On rainy days, the roof shields players and fans from the elements, letting the innings continue uninterrupted. Rogers Centre is known for the way it shape shifts to adapt to different kinds of events, from football to concerts to trade shows, but when it comes down to it, Rogers Centre is for Blue Jays baseball. After all, it’s where the Jays won the 1993 World Series, filling the hearts of Canadian baseball lovers to the brim.
Why charter a bus to visit Rogers Centre
Depending on the distance you will travel and the comforts you desire, either a Toronto school bus or coach bus will accommodate your needs. Whichever bus type you choose, you’ll benefit from having a strictly vetted driver who will navigate TO’s notorious traffic. A Toronto charter bus can drop you off at the stadium and pick you up after the game, leaving you with one responsibility: cheering for the home team!
Just minutes away for the shore of Lake Ontario, Rogers Centre is in the heart of Toronto’s busiest tourism sector. Along the harbour and in the surrounding neighborhood, you’ll find plenty of attractions to enjoy. Check CN Tower off your list first. It’s right next door! Then move on to Ripley’s Aquarium, Steamwhistle Brewery, and the Harbourfront Centre. If you’re looking for outdoor activity, catch the ferry from Jack Layton Terminal to Toronto Island, fifteen islands connected by bridges. You could walk the bridges, but the best way to explore the area is by paddle boat or kayak. There are a number of rental stands around the islands and along the harbor. If you’re looking for a more laid back activity, check out the St. Lawrence Market, a restored market building with 50 specialty food stalls.
A Canadian gem from the East Coast, Toronto is a multicultural hub with an up-and-coming creative culture that can rival that of other big cities. Its diversity in gastronomy and arts alone make Toronto a must-visit destination. But add top local attractions and eclectic neighborhoods to the mix, and there is no way this city can be left out of your travel bucket list.