No tour of Charlotte is complete without a visit to Uptown, the bustling city center. Home to museums, sports arenas, and cultural institutions, Uptown offers an energizing urban vibe. Don’t miss the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art to view an impressive collection of 20th century masterpieces. Catch a show at the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center or cheer on the Charlotte Hornets at the Spectrum Center. History buffs will love Discovery Place, an interactive science museum located in Uptown. Kids and kids at heart can design race cars and planes, crawl through tunnels, and touch moon rocks. Uptown is also a shopper’s paradise, boasting SouthPark mall and the upscale shops at Epicentre. After a day of exploring, unwind in Romare Bearden Park’s lush gardens. Our party buses make it easy to hop between Uptown attractions.


Vibrant street art gives NoDa an edgy, artsy vibe. Stroll along North Davidson Street to browse the neighborhood’s many art galleries, studios, and boutiques. NoDa shines each month during the neighborhood’s art crawl. Galleries extend their hours into the night while food trucks line the streets. Enjoy craft beer at Birdsong or Heist Brewery. Grab lunch at Growler’s Pourhouse, serving up mouthwatering southern BBQ. Live music plays nightly at NoDa landmarks like the Neighborhood Theatre. Work up an appetite dancing at Salud Cerveceria’s Brewery Tours + Tacos event. Rent our party bus and make a night of bar hopping to NoDa hot spots like Jack Beagle’s, Cabo Fish Taco, and Dharma Foods. With parking at a premium, our buses take the hassle out of traveling in style.

Plaza Midwood

Located just east of Uptown, Plaza Midwood exudes vintage charm. Meander along Central Avenue and get your fill of cafes, boutiques, and wine bars. Grab a coffee at Not Just Coffee, then browse vintage threads and handmade goods at Hip Replacements + Co. Refuel with a scoop from Dairy-O, serving artisanal ice cream with local ingredients. As Charlotte’s unofficial dining capital, Plaza Midwood boasts cuisines from around the globe. Sink your teeth into juicy burgers at Pinky’s, authentic ramen at Yamazaru Japanese, or mole enchiladas at Futo Buta. Work off the calories with a stroll around the Duckworth Dog Park. Our private party buses can shuttle your group between Plaza Midwood’s hipster haunts in comfort and style.


Bypass parking headaches in this historic, up-and-coming Charlotte neighborhood. Pay homage to Elizabeth’s past at the 1902 Sanctuary Arts Center, housed in a former Presbyterian church. After browsing the nearby antique shops, stop for a bite at Terrace Cafe’s cheery covered patio. Make the most of Taco Tuesday at Penguin Drive-In, an old-school drive-in slinging famous fried chicken. Swing by Resident Culture Brewing Company or Legion Brewing for craft suds in a laid-back setting. Enjoy live bluegrass and indie folk at Evening Muse concert hall. From thrift and antique shopping to elevated pub fare, Elizabeth offers hidden gems without the Uptown crowds.

South End

Charlotte’s South End neighborhood seamlessly fuses historic architecture with modern living. Many old textile mill buildings now house breweries and artist studios. Spend an afternoon gallery hopping, then grab dinner at hip eateries like La Belle Helene, serving French brasserie classics. Work up an appetite on one of Free Ride Brewing Company’s bicycle & brewery tours. Cheer on the Charlotte Knights minor league baseball team with a cold one. South End is a magnet for foodies. Kick off the morning with Impeccable Pig’s buttermilk biscuit sandwiches and sensational mimosas. Check out the food hall stalls at Camp North End on weekends. Enjoy craft cocktails and upscale southern cuisine at Haberdish or sophisticated Italian fare at Cicchetti. We can easily shuttle your group around South End’s vibrant array of culinary and cultural attractions.

Myers Park

Leafy streets and sprawling gardens give Myers Park an upscale, timeless allure. Pop into boutiques like Brooke & Lou, then unwind over pastries and cappuccinos at Vida Pour Tea. Make your party bus the ultimate tailgating ride for Charlotte Symphony concerts under the stars at Symphony Park. After, cap off the evening sampling fine vintages at Wine Loft. The neighborhood’s top draw is the historic mansion-filled Queens Road West. Gaze at gorgeous homes and gardens lining the street. Kids will have a blast exploring Freedom Park’s interactive playscapes. Visit in June when crowds flock to Myers Park for the annual Festival in the Park. With our party buses, you can kick back while our team navigates the stately neighborhood.


Anchored by Latta Park, Dilworth delights visitors with regal homes and serene gardens. After strolling past grand Victorians and Tudor style manors, duck into Sunflour Baking Co. for artisan breads and pastries. Satisfy your inner shopaholic browsing boutiques like Capitol, housing chic fashions and gifts. Fuel up on Southern comfort food at Toast Cafe or elevated Greek cuisine and craft cocktails at Zizi’s. Dilworth is also home to Freedom Park, perfect for picnics, playground sessions, and pickup sports games. Many neighborhood restaurants offer dog-friendly patios, so bring Fido along too! With our party buses, you can make the most of a day in Dilworth without worrying about transportation logistics.

Madison Park

Nestled between Uptown and NoDa, historic Madison Park charms with its laid-back neighborhood vibe. Built as a streetcar suburb in the early 1900s, the area still retains vintage appeal. Pop into boutiques and antique shops on Central Avenue, or pick up fresh fruits and veggies at the seasonal Madison Park Farmers Market. Refuel with coffee and baked goods at Central Coffee Co., a neighborhood fixture. Enjoy Southern cooking and local drafts on the sprawling patio at Earl’s Grocery, or tap into your wild side at adjacent Abari Game Bar’s duckpin bowling lanes. Catch an indie flick at ReelWorks Studio Grill, part dinner theater, part movie house. Whether you’re bar hopping or simply strolling tree-lined streets, Madison Park offers quintessential Charlotte charm without tourist crowds.

Mint Hill

While many Charlotte neighborhoods offer an urban pulse, Mint Hill provides a relaxing countryside escape. Nestled on the outskirts of the city, it’s known for rolling hills, green pastures, and wide open skies. Tour the 1768 Georgian-style home at Historic Bainbridge House, or wander through Mint Hill’s antiques district. Work up an appetite orchard picking at Windy Hill Orchard and Cider Mill. Kick back on the patio sipping seasonal ciders after a day of exploring. Enjoy downhome cooking and live bluegrass music at Mac’s Speed Shop. Mint Hill also entices visitors with its proximity to quaint railroad towns like Matthews and downtown Charlotte. Leave navigating country back roads to us while you take in the bucolic scenery and fresh air.

Book a Bus With Us

Don’t wear yourself out driving between Charlotte’s distinctive districts. Contact Charlotte Party Bus Company to book a party bus or limo for your next group outing. Our modern fleet, professional team, and convenient amenities will make exploring the Queen City a breeze. Sit back and soak up the sights while leaving the transportation logistics to us! Give us a call anytime at (984) 208-0198 to get started planning your Charlotte party bus rental.