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    Essential Tips for Planning a Field Trip

    Last updated 7 hours 42 minutes ago

    If you are in charge of planning the next school field trip, you have to organize all of the details to ensure that everything comes together on the day of the trip. Use the following tips to figure out the logistics of the trip so it is safe and fun for everyone:

    Choose Your Location

    Before you can make any plans, you have to decide where you want to go on your field trip. Whether you want to visit a historical site that complements your current lessons in class or visit a new attraction in your area, you must first choose a destination for the trip. Once you know where you want to go, you can figure out which date works the best for the venue and for your class so you can make reservations.

    Organize the Transportation

    The only way to ensure that everyone travels to the location safely is to organize group transportation. Reach out to charter bus rental companies to find a motor coach rental that can accommodate all of your children and chaperones. A charter bus company provides safe transportation and drivers that can offer reliable and convenient transportation on the day of the field trip.

    Create an Itinerary

    Having at least a general idea of how you want the day to go helps you keep everyone together and organized on the day of the trip. Create a basic timeline so you know how long it will take to travel to the destination. This timeline also gives you a plan for what you will do when you get to the destination.

    If you are planning a field trip in Richmond, Virginia, Maryland, or Washington, D.C., Haymarket Transportation is here for you. As one of the top transportation companies in the area, we provide the charter bus and motor coach rentals you need for any kind of trip. To learn more or to reserve a vehicle, visit us online or call (888) 928-4048.

    What to Expect from Your Wine Tour

    Last updated 21 days ago

    There are a lot of ways to experience Virginia and the D.C. area, but what better way than with your very own, privately chauffeured winery tour? Virginia was named as one of the top five wine regions in the country according to Travel & Leisure Magazine. At Haymarket Transportation, we provide Virginia wine tours for individuals, couples, and groups. We will take you some of the very best wineries in the region. At each winery and vineyard, you will be able to sample wine and a delectable selection of cheeses, fresh fruit, and small plates.

    If you are looking for a memorable way to spend an anniversary, birthday, family reunion, or corporate event, contact Haymarket Transportation and learn about our VA wine tours. We also offer bus tours of D.C. and private charter bus rentals. For additional information about our services, please call us at (888) 928-4048. 

    A Visitor's Guide to the Georgetown Neighborhood

    Last updated 28 days ago

    Washington D.C. is home to some of the most iconic and historic neighborhoods in America. Georgetown is one of the most visited neighborhoods in all of D.C., and for good reason. Not only is Georgetown beautiful, but it offers everything from museums and historic houses to fine dining and shopping. If you are planning a bus tour of D.C., here are some things to see and do in Georgetown. 

    Enjoy a Delicious Meal

    If you love food, you’ll love Georgetown. With dining option that range from casual eateries to five-star restaurants serving local and international cuisine, you’ll find a great place to enjoy a delicious meal when you visit Georgetown as part of your bus tour of D.C.

    Tour Historic House Museums

    Georgetown is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Washington D.C., and it has many interesting historic homes to explore. Old Stone House, for example, is the oldest known private home in D.C. and open to the public for tours. There is also the Tudor Place Historic House and Garden, which was originally owned by the granddaughter of Martha Washington.

    Explore the Beautiful Georgetown Waterfront Park

    The Georgetown Waterfront is a popular tourist destination, especially with the recent addition of the Georgetown Waterfront Park, a peaceful place to relax and enjoy shade, flowering trees, and a breathtaking view of the Potomac River. There are also plenty of restaurants and bars along the waterfront that offer outdoor seating during the summer months.

    If you want to explore D.C. in style, contact Haymarket Transportation. In addition to our large charter bus rentals, we offer standard and personalized tours of the Nation’s Capital in our small-group buses, SUVs, sedans, and limousines. Visit our website to learn more about our charter bus rentals and bus tours in D.C., or call us toll-free at (703) 433-9760 to reserve your tour bus or limousine today. 

    Touring the Wine Country of Virginia

    Last updated 1 month ago

    Think of as many wine producing regions in the United States as you can. Did you think of Virginia? Chances are you didn’t, but you should. A modern wine country on the rise, Virginia is the 7th largest wine producing region in America. Virginia is home to over 140 wineries and more than 3,000 acres of vineyards. A unique wine region that combines the beauty and history of early America, Virginia produces numerous varieties of wines.

    If you would like to experience Virginia’s wine country for yourself, contact Haymarket Transportation. In addition to our charter bus rentals and bus tours of D.C., we offer private wine tours of Virginia. Call us today at (703) 433-9760 to learn more about our transportation services and bus tours.  

    Must-See Attractions at Mt. Vernon

    Last updated 1 month ago

    Mount Vernon is an American landmark. What was once an active plantation is now one of the nation’s most visited historic sites and an enduring reminder of the life and legacy of our country’s most important founding father, George Washington. Once you make arrangement with a charter bus company to transport your family or work group to Mt. Vernon, make sure you see these can’t-miss attractions. 

    Ford Orientation Center
    Before you explore the grounds around Mt. Vernon, start your experience in the Ford Orientation Center. Here you can watch the 25-minute live-action adventure movie “We Fight to Be Free” and inspect a precise scale model of Washington’s mansion and the grounds surrounding Mt. Vernon.

    George Washington’s Mansion
    After George Washington moved into the house that his father built in 1752, he spent the next five decades greatly expanding the structure. The result is an impressive, 21-room residency with architectural features that showcase his status as a true Virginia gentleman.

    Slave Memorial and Burial Ground
    Located 50 yards from George Washington’s tomb is a memorial honoring the slaves and free African-Americans who lived and worked at Mt. Vernon during the 1700s and first half of the 1800s. Spent quiet time at the memorial beneath the shade of surrounding trees and reflect on the historical significance and impact of slavery.

    Pioneer Farm
    Although George Washington is known as a military commander and president, he was first and foremost a farmer—and he was quite an impressive farmer at that. Washington sought new approaches to agriculture and experimented with crop rotation, fertilizers, plowing practices, and more. You can tour the four-acre Pioneer Farm and see what it was like to live (and work) during Washington’s day and age.

    Haymarket Transportation makes it easy to take your entire family or company to see the historic Mt. Vernon. We are a full-service transportation company, and our fleet of charter buses, SUVs, sedans, and limousines will help you get there comfortably. Visit our website to learn more about our charter bus rentals, or call us toll-free at (703) 433-9760 to schedule your charter bus today

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