Looking for something special to do with your group?
Our staff along with our business partners functions as one team to supply your group with everything from family fun and educational destinations to wedding and conference packages.
The Clemente Museum, located in the historic firehouse, Engine House 25, is dedicated to preserving the life and legacy of Roberto Clemente or “The Great One”, as Roberto’s fans affectionately called him. With the support of the Clemente family, we work to fulfill the mission through the exhibition of photographs and artifacts, and outreach to the community. Roberto Clemente dedicated his 3000th hit to the Pittsburgh fans and people of Puerto Rico. We are honored to be part of Pittsburgh’s dedication to him. The Museum is open by appointment only for guided tours. Please contact us to set up a tour.
Phone: 412-621-1268 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
( Charter coach 465 to take your group and see what it was like going to Forbes Field by bus! )
King’s Kountry Korner was founded in 1986 in Amish Country, Lancaster County, by Raymond and Mary King, from a small start of selling craft items and other Home Decor.
In 2000, the owner Raymond King — a Pastor in the Amish-Mennonite church — was asked to move from Lancaster County to Washington County, PA, to plant a new church. The move led to a second store being opened in Burgettstown, PA, bringing high-quality Amish furniture to the Pittsburgh region.
Kings provides ACE passengers with a convenient park & ride lot at no charge and that savings gets passed on to you!
Be sure to arrive early on days they are open and you will be amazed at the quality and hard to find home decor items of this unique local business.
1 West Market Street Burgettstown Pa. 15021
Hours are 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM Wednesday thru Saturday
Designed like an old-time train station, the National Toy Train Museum features a massive toy train collection features models from the 1800s to the present from around the world. Five operating, interactive train layouts in G, Standard, O, S and HO Gauges.Located in Strasburg known as “Train City” because it is also the home to the historic Strasburg Rail Road, the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, and the Choo-Choo. This area of Pennsylvania Dutch Country also offers Amish farm tours, buggy rides and shopping that you will not find anywhere else!
The Pacific Bus Museum welcomes you to our virtual museum where you can learn about our organization, see photographs of our collection of vintage buses, learn about buses and bus companies from the California and the western United States as well as discuss buses and transit in our discussion forum. Going to or on the West Coast, The PBM also has many scheduled work days and events where you can see our bus collection.
Want to tour our museum?
The first Saturday of each month from April to November
April 4, May 2, June 6, July 11 (Second Saturday), August 1, September 12 (Second Saturday), October 3 & November 7
Our tours are given between 10 am to 1 pm
FOR PRIVATE GROUP TOURS: please contact us at: email@example.com
Come to 37974 Shinn St, Fremont, CA
The Pennsylvania Bus Association (PBA) incorporated in 1923 as a nonprofit organization dedicated to representing the business and governmental interests of private bus companies operating in Pennsylvania.
P.O. Box 597
Easton, PA 18044-0597
The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum came to Chartiers Township, Washington County in February 1954 with three trolleys and a dream that was born in 1941. Today, that dream is a reality. PTM now boasts a collection of nearly 50 cars, over 600 members worldwide, 150 active volunteers, and over 30,000 visitors each year. With your support, we can fulfill our mission to keep the Trolley Era alive for generations to come.
Monday through Friday, 8am – 5pm year-round
Pennsylvania Trolley Museum
1 Museum Road
Washington, PA 15301
Phone: (724) 228-9256
Fax Number: (724) 228-9675
Charter ACE to take your group for a full wheel and rail expereance!
The Pittsburgh Botanic Garden: just 20 minutes outside of the city step into a world-class botanic garden. The Woodlands of the World will be the first section open to the public. This 60-acre area will offer five distinct woodland experiences and feature three miles of paths traversing charming meadows, stunning ridges, and forested slopes. Options available for weddings and special events. The Apple Orchard Garden features a restored 1870s barn with sparkling chandeliers, bridal dressing suite, and wooden floors that open onto a plaza with a lovely walled garden, a fireplace and an outdoor kitchen. The flowering Dogwood Meadow offers options for an open-air ceremony or special event.