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Why is a bus rental the best way for groups to explore Toronto?

There’s so much to do in Toronto, why would you want to waste a minute dealing with cars, parking, the TTC, and the traffic on the 401. Spend less time waiting for people to arrive, more time downtown. Don’t worry about Uber and Lyft surge prices, secure your prices more than a year in advance. Most of all, bus travel is reliable, convenient, and affordable, leaving more time and more money for the rest of your event.

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Bus Rentals for Any Occasion

Weddings

One special day. Hundreds of guests gathering to celebrate love between two people. Getting everyone together may not be as easy.

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School Trips

Is there a more perfect use of a classic yellow school bus than a field trip? Kids clamouring to sit in the back seat, and eagerly looking forward to some fun trip.

Sports Teams

Is there any doubt that Toronto is the sports capital of Toronto? The country’s only NBA and MLB teams, the 2015 Pan Am games, and who knows, maybe some FIFA 2026 action.

Universities & Student Groups

No matter what the field of study, Toronto has schools specialized in teaching the next generation of Canadian leaders. No matter if you are planning frosh, or a conference, you’ll need to move people around.

What makes a bus the best way to see Toronto?

Traffic

When travelling by bus, worries of road conditions and traffic fade away. Instead of worrying about parking, adding time, just climb onboard, and that’s not to mention the added benefit of a single bus being able to get up to 50 cars off the road. Saving the planet and avoiding traffic has never been easier.

Safe Rides Home

You know how it goes. You have everyone together for a fun night, a conference, a party, and the night turns into early morning. Instead of worrying about designated drivers, who’s too tired to drive, just have your attendees take a seat, and get home safe and sound.

Social

Carpooling can be fun, right? With the driver focusing on the road, passenger in front on their phone, others napping in back, stale playlists and nothing but the long road ahead…

Or, you can take a bus, have fun and play games with everyone around you, and enjoy travelling again. The decision is yours.

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Wedding Venues in Toronto

Arta Gallery

Found in the heart of the Distillery District, the gallery is a perfect venue for a cocktail reception. With room for up to 175 people, the venue is beautifully curated, containing pieces of varying media with the goal to make local art accessible.

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Todmorden Mills

Looking for something more intimate and rustic? Todmorden Mills in the Don River Valley is home to a beautiful gallery and reception hall, all while being surrounded by ares of greenery for a private setting steps away from downtown.

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Sunnyside Pavillion

A stunning venue on the shore of Lake Ontario, there is no better place to host a beachfront wedding in the GTA. No need to worry about weather either, with out covered terrace, you can have the best of both worlds on your special day.

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Royal Conservatory of Music

The Atrium at the Telus Royal Conservatory of Music, paired with the accompanying Galleria are a perfect blend of modern architecture and bright, open spaces to make sure that you are the centre of attention on your special day.

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Field Trip Destinations in Toronto

Toronto Zoo

The Toronto Zoo is Canada’s premier zoo known for its interactive education and conservation activities. As a unique wildlife experience, the zoo seeks to inspire people to live in ways that promote the well being of the natural world.

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Ontario Science Centre

The Ontario Science Centre delights, informs and challenges our communities, offering hands-on experiences and engagement with science. The Science Centre has welcomed more than 52 million visitors since it opened in 1969.

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Canada Wonderland

Sometimes at the end of a school trip, you just need some good, old fashioned fun. With special theme days, students can do more than just ride and have fun, but also learn about engineering, dinosaurs and more.

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Westfield Heritage Village

With 35+ historical buildings, Westfield Heritage Village teaches kids about what life was like in Southern Ontario from the late 1700s, all the way through the early 20th century. Hands-on learning experiences that create memories for a lifetime.

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Sports Venues in Toronto

Scotiabank Arena

Toronto is said to be the centre of the hockey world, and we can’t talk hockey without talking about the Maple Leafs. Canada’s team, no trip to Toronto is complete without a Leafs game. You manage to find tickets, we will get you there.

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BMO Field

No matter what sport you mean when you say “football”, you can find it at BMO Field. If you want to find your way to the Southend, we’ve got you covered, and yes, there is bus parking available!

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Rogers Centre

It may be called the Rogers Centre, but it will always be the SkyDome at heart. There’s nothing quite like taking in an evening game in the summer and watching the lights of the CN Tower illuminate the sky.

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Aviva Centre

Home of the Rogers Cup, countless concerts, and sporting events ranging from the Harlem Globetrotters to the Canadian Fencing Championships, the Aviva Centre in the north end is able to host what ever type of sporting event you need.

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Universities in Toronto

York University

Over 1,000+ student run events each year, 40+ restaurants and pubs on campus, and more than 440 student clubs and organizations. What more could you ask for? York University has something for everything, and we have something to get you there.

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Ryerson Uniersity

Dating back to the 1940s, Ryerson has long in driven by innovation in career-driven education. Located in the centre of Downtown Toronto, Ryerson is ranked as Canada’s top ranking undergraduate research institution.

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University of Toronto

With three campuses, all in the GTA, U of T is one of Canada’s leading post-secondary institutions and has a history that predates the founding of Canada. Fun fact: The University of Toronto Library is the third largest system in North America.

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OCAD University

As Canada’s biggest art and design university, OCAD integrates studio-based education with historical, critical, and scientific study. Want to know what the latest design trend will be, led by the next generation of creative thinkers? Head to OCAD.

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