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Homestead, Florida is a Miami suburb. With a population of over sixty thousand people, it is obvious, this city is booming! With its proximity to Miami, Homestead is the same cultural and eclectic mix of people, art, and cuisine. No matter your reason for visiting, be it business or pleasure, Fort Lauderdale Party Bus Rental has your transportation needs covered. We have a wide selection of Charter Buses, Minibuses, Party Buses and Much More! These vehicles can accommodate up to 35-65 passengers, perfect for many types of events. From Corporate Events to Birthday Parties, we’ve got you covered. For groups both large and small, our busses offer comfortable rides and our customer service is some of the best in the industry. When you choose us, you are choosing quality and expertise in travel for Homestead and the surrounding areas.

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Homestead, FL History

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Homestead was incorporated in 1913. It is the second oldest city in Miami-Dade County next to the city of Miami. The city gets its name from when the Florida East Coast Railway extension to Key West was being built. The line was passing through an area opened up for homesteading, and as the construction camp at the end of the line did not have a particular name, construction materials and supplies for the workers were consigned to “Homestead Country”. This was later shortened to “Homestead” by the engineers who mapped the area. In 1992 Homestead and neighboring South Miami-Dade County communities bore the brunt of Category 5 Hurricane Andrew.

Homestead Popular Attractions

Homestead-Miami Speedway

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Whether it is up and down i95 or on a speedway track, Florida has always been big racing country. The Homestead-Miami Speedway has a long history of hosting Indy and NASCAR races that draw spectators from all over the state and country. During racing season, a cool and festive vibe descends over the town, and the speedway’s grandstands get downright rowdy with the sounds of roaring engines, squealing tires, and screaming fans. Many visitors find it exhilarating, but if you’re more into quiet time with a good book, then avoid this stop at all costs! For the most popular races, it’s a good idea to purchase your tickets in advance on the speedway’s website, check them out here,
Address: One Ralph Sanchez, Speedway Blvd, Homestead, FL 33035

Homestead Town Hall
The original Homestead Town Hall was built more than a century ago. Since then, it has been converted into a museum boasting one of the area’s most complete collections of historic memorabilia related to the town. Here, visitors will find vintage photographs, historical documents, and other unique tidbits of local interest; there’s even an old fire engine that was retired long ago. The Homestead Historic Town Hall Museum is located on North Krome Avenue. It doesn’t get a lot of foot traffic, so it’s quite possible that visitors will have the place to themselves. Be sure to stop by the gift shop before leaving to grab a postcard or book before heading out.
Address:41 North Krome Avenue, Homestead FL
Florida Everglades
The largest tropical forest in North America is the Florida Everglades. It is home to a huge variety of native plants and animals; many of them aren’t found anywhere else in the world. Each year, close to one million people visit the park. Due to its vast size and multiple access points, it features a variety of educational and recreational activities that have been known to keep visitors busy for days. It is a good idea to visit one of the parks visitor’s centers before heading out into the wild. For a unique and memorable perspective, consider signing up for a guided airboat tour. Another natural wonder is located just off South Dixie Highway in Homestead.
Address: 40001 State Road 9336. Homestead, FL 33034
Coral Castle Museum
The Coral Castle Museum is a unique outdoor attraction that was built by a local man entirely from local limestone. To this day no one knows how he moved and manipulated the massive limestone blocks used in the castle’s construction. Some speculate he may have had extraterrestrial help. Though the jury is still out on that claim, there’s no doubt that it’s a popular attraction with children and adults alike. This is one of those one-of-a-kind Florida attractions that you won’t see elsewhere.
Address:28655 S Dixie Hwy, Homestead, FL 33033
The Everglades Alligator Farm
The American alligator is one of Florida’s most iconic symbols. The state’s swamps, rivers, and lakes are full of these impressive creatures that can grow to over 15 feet and weight more than 1,000 pounds. The Everglades Alligator Farm gives guests a fascinating, up-close look into the lives of these toothy reptiles. The farm homes thousands of gators, and while it’s not the cheapest attraction you’ll visit on your trip, it’s well worth it, especially for those traveling with kids who are into animals.
Address:40351 SW 192nd Ave, Homestead, FL 33034
Zoo Miami
Another spot for animal lovers is the Miami Zoo. Sitting on more than 700 acres, Zoo Miami is the only tropical zoo of its kind in the country. It is home to more than 3,000 animals. Although its official name is The Miami-Dade Zoological Park and Gardens, as the name implies, Zoo Miami also includes an impressive zoological garden which is the largest in the state. Established nearly 70 years ago, the zoo features three miles of well-marked paths leading to more than 100 individual exhibits featuring animals and plants from all over the world. Zoo Miami draws large crowds, so if you’d rather avoid the masses, consider visiting when they first open in the morning or on a weekday.
Address:12400 SW 152nd St, Miami, FL 33177
Knaus Berry Farm
With its plentiful sun, abundant rain, and year-round growing season, Florida is one of the country’s largest produce growing states. The Knaus Berry Farm is one of South Florida’s most well-known family farms and it has been around for more than half a century. Though their beginnings were humble, their original roadside market has grown by leaps and bounds. They now include a variety of prepared food items like baked goods, ice cream, and packaged berries.
Address:15980 SW 248th St, Homestead, FL 33031
Homestead Bayfront Park
For those who’d rather roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty, feel free to jump right in and pick your own when the crop is ready. Homestead Bayfront Park offers visitors a variety of outdoor recreation options that are perfect for those looking to spend a little quality time outside soaking up that famous Florida sunshine. Admission to the park is paid on a per-vehicle basis, making it an inexpensive option for families looking to maximize the value of their hard-earned travel dollars.
Address:9698 SW 328th St, Homestead, FL 33033
Redland Market Village
Fishing, sunbathing and boating are all popular activities. The park also has a boat ramp available as well. For nearly 40 years, Redland Market Village has been a family-owned business that’s part flea market, part farmers market, and part live entertainment venue. The market is spread over nearly 30 acres. It includes a variety of internationally influenced food trucks, arts and crafts, collectibles, and a seafood market that’s known for its wide selection of fresh fish, crustaceans, and mollusks. The market is the perfect place to spend a few morning or afternoon hours on the weekend, rubbing elbows with the locals. While you are there you can browse their unique selection of Florida made and grown products.
Address:24420 S Dixie Hwy, Princeton, FL 33032
Pérez Art Museum Miami
Founded in the mid-’80s and known for its collection of contemporary art with several international influences, Pérez Art Museum Miami is located on Biscayne Boulevard. It is one of those must-see destinations for lovers of fine art. If you’re looking for a traditional and stuffy museum full of faded oil paintings from centuries past, this isn’t for you. But with outdoor garden areas, plenty of covered seating, and facilities designed by a world-famous architectural firm, you may find it is a pleasant departure from that to which you are accustomed.
Address:1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132
Cubaocho Museum & Performing Arts Center
With an eclectic mix of books and artwork in addition to a full bar and a museum, the Cubaocho Museum and Performing Arts Center is one of those distinct and unique Florida destinations that should not be passed up. Located in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood, it is the local venue of choice for those interested in socializing, taking in a show, and sipping a world-class mojito or two. For those out of town visitors from the more traditional parts of the country, forget everything you think you know about a performing arts center. This is truly a unique and once in a lifetime time experience.
Address:1465 SW 8th St #106, Miami, FL 33135
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
Dating back more than a century, Villa Vizcaya, which is now the centerpiece for the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens was once the winter retreat of a wealthy family who made their money in the heavy equipment industry. The museum and gardens are in Miami’s Coconut Grove neighborhood. The facility offers a variety of program and tour options. Casual photography is allowed, however commercial photography requires special permission. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes as the grounds are quite extensive.
Address: 3251 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33129
World Erotic Art Museum
Despite its name and the implication implied therein, the World Erotic Art Museum is inoffensive and enlightening to most visitors. Founded in 2005 and including a vast collection of over 4,000 works of notable erotic art this attraction may not be Florida’s most-family friendly attraction, but it is certainly not what most visitors expect. That makes this stop on of those pleasantly surprising places that sticks in most guest’s minds long after they have gone. Boasted as being one of the largest and most complete collections of its kind in the world, in many ways, it is the perfect complement to Miami’s risqué and carefree aura.
Address:1205 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Dining options in Homestead are just as diverse as the people who call it home. Cuban, Haitian and Jamaican fare can be found throughout the city along with traditional American favorites.

Homestead Charter Bus Rentals

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No matter what it is you want to do, Fort Lauderdale Party Bus Rental can provide comfortable and stylish transportation. We pride ourselves in making the process of procuring transportation, be it for business or pleasure, simple and convenient. Our online quotes and reservation staff make this a reality. Our wide selection of charter buses, shuttle buses, and minibuses can accommodate groups from 20 to 50 plus passengers. We have a wide selection of colors and styles available as well. Do not let transportation worries keep you from enjoying your stay in Homestead. We will get you where you want to go safely and comfortably. Sit back and relax and enjoy the ride! We hope to see you soon!


Charter Bus Rental FAQ

How much does it cost to rent a charter bus?

Typically a charter bus rental can average $160 per hour to $200 per hour depending on many factors such as number of passengers and trip length.

How many people can you fit in a charter bus?

Charter Buses come in many different sizes from 50 passenger to 65 passengers.

How to rent a charter bus?

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Where can you take a charter Bus?

A Charter Bus is the perfect method of transportation for larger groups. Most Charter Buses can travel to stadiums, national parks, amusement parks, and much more!

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Homestead Charter Bus Pricing

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50 Passenger Charter Bus Up To 50 $130-$180
55 Passenger Charter Bus Up To 55 $180-$230
56 Passenger Charter Bus Up To 56 $230-$280
60 Passenger Charter Bus Up To 60 $280-$400