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North Miami is suburban city in Miami-Dade County. Home of the Biscayne Bay and Johnson & Wales University, this city has a population of over 58,000 people. Known for their state parks and museums, North Miami is sure to please. While you visit, let Fort Lauderdale Party Bus Rental handle your transportation needs. No matter your reason for visiting and regardless of the size of your group, Fort Lauderdale Party Bus Rental has you covered. We have a wide variety of charter buses, shuttle buses and coach buses that will get you and your entire group where you want to go. Finding a vehicle that meets your needs is our what we do. We have options for small and large groups alike. There are the shuttle and minibuses. These busses can accommodate anywhere from 15 to 40 passengers. As well as larger charter buses that can fit up to 55 to 60 passengers at a time. Fort Lauderdale Party Bus Rental takes pride in making bus transportation service easy and convenient for everyone involved! No matter the “who” or the “what”, we have the “how” covered! Our easy-to-use website makes your experience a pleasant and memorable one. You can request an instant online quote. And when you communicate with our expertly trained reservation staff, rest assured, you will be their number one priority.

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North Miami, FL History

City Of North Miami

The town was incorporated in 1926 as the Town of Miami Shores. That same year, the city began constructing streets, sidewalks, a townhall, a water system and fire protection. Then, in September a hurricane came through and devastated the area. As a result, real estate speculation increased, and the city grew despite the tragedy. At the end of World War II, the large and constant influx of former military veterans and their young families changed the face of North Miami. The construction of homes, roads, shops, stores, and office business continued for decades almost nonstop. By 1951 it was declared on a national level, that North Miami was one of the fastest growing towns in the United States. During this time, the growing community needed a high school. So, in 1951 construction started for North Miami High School. In August 1954, North Miami High School opened its doors for the first time for the children of the growing community. North Miami is known for having a large Haitian American population. In 2001, voters made Republican Josaphat Celestin the first Haitian American mayor.

North Miami Popular Attractions

South Beach

MIAMI BEACH CIRCA JULY 2009: Night View At Ocean Drive Circa J

Another Florida staple is art. There are few places in the country as well-known for their perfect weather, jet-setting clientele, and exclusive clubs, restaurants, and shops, then Miami. Especially, South Beach. They are also home to some of the most well-preserved examples of art deco art and architecture you will find anywhere. Much of the art is from the movement’s heyday back in the ’20s and ’30s.
Address: South Beach, Miami Beach

Ancient Spanish Monastery
Often referred to as the largest, most complex, and expensive jigsaw puzzle in the world, the Spanish Monastery in North Miami Beach has an amazing history that spans around the globe. It is nearly 1,000 years old. It was originally constructed in the early 12th century. For much of its life it was used for its originally intended purpose – a monastery. Then in the 1920s the building was bought by American newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, disassembled, shipped to its current site in Florida, and reassembled. There is a whole lot more to the story, so consider stopping at this rare Florida gem for a few hours to unwrap the mystery.
Address: 16711 W Dixie Hwy, North Miami Beach, FL 33160

Oleta River State Park
The Oleta River is one of the area’s hotspots for outdoor enthusiasts, nature lovers, and amateur photographers. And just so happens to be another point of interest when visiting North Miami. Located on NE 163rd Street in North Miami Beach, Oleta River State Park can really draw the crowds. Especially during peak times. Unlike many parks, once they have reached their maximum capacity, they stop admitting guests. This park is wildly popular for its fantastic scenery and variety of activities like swimming, kayaking, biking, and paddle-boarding. Though admission is relatively inexpensive, renting the equipment necessary to engage in the activities mentioned above is not. Be sure to bring plenty of cash and do not expect to have the place to yourself if you go during peak times.
Address: 3400 NE 163rd St, Golden Beach, FL 33160

Greynolds Park Golf Course
Florida and golf are synonymous. So, while in Rome, why not act like a Roman, right? Located on West Dixie Highway in North Miami Beach is Greynolds Park Golf Course. While they probably will not host the PGA Tour or Masters anytime soon, therein lies its allure. Consisting of just nine holes totaling slightly more than 3,000 yards, the par-36 course is often overlooked by the most serious golfers. That factor makes it more reasonably priced and less crowded than most of its neighbors. It’s been around since the mid-’60s and offers all the amenities you’d expect. Electric carts, a pro shop, and even club rentals for those who do not have their own. There are even single-rider handicapped golf carts available. They are limited to reservations prior to arrival.
Address: 17530 West Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach, FL 33160

Wynwood Walls
One of the area’s most unique and appreciated art attractions, Wynwood Walls is not only free to visit, but it is conveniently located near a variety of other local attractions that you will likely want to check out. The walls are known for their large murals produced by local, regional, and international artists. There are a number of trendy galleries, eateries, and shops in the neighborhood also. At last count, there were over forty different murals. Most visitors claim that to take in the area in its entirety, you should really plan on spending more than an hour. The murals are located on NW 2nd Avenue in Miami.
Address: 2520 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127

Garden of the Arts
Hidden in a cluster of warehouses and residences just off the Palmetto Expressway, Garden of the Arts is an off-the-beaten-path oasis in the heart of the state’s most up and coming urban area. Including murals, sculptures, and other works by many local Latin American artists, the Garden of the Arts’ grounds include well-marked paths with benches, an amphitheater, and a stage. In addition to contemporary arts, they also offer a variety of live entertainment options that are popular with the hip and trendy art crowd. Garden of the Arts is located on West 76th Street in nearby Hialeah.
Address: 1850 W 76th St, Hialeah, FL 33014

Miami Holocaust Memorial
Though it may seem strangely out of place in an area so well-known for its materialistic and ostentatious lifestyle, the Miami Holocaust Memorial is a notable side-excursion that is free and convenient to visit. This is one that really should not be missed. Miami is home to a large Jewish population. The idea for the memorial was conceived in the early ’80s and was opened to the public for the first time in 1990. The site includes a memorial wall, stunning sculptures and other artwork, and a quiet area for reflection.
Address: 1933-1945 Meridian Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Miami Children’s Museum
Another museum on the “Do Not Miss List” is the Miami Children’s Museum. During the summer months, the duo of high heat and humidity can make being outside in south Florida a brutal and unpleasant experience. For those traveling with little ones, it is important to have a few indoor activity options in your back pocket. The Miami Children’s Museum is chockfull of hands-on exhibits and activities that touch on science, art, culture, and the natural world. Between admission and parking, it is not exactly the cheapest destination in the area. However, considering all there is to see and do, most families consider it money well-spent. Especially since it has been known to engage and entertain kids for hours on end.
Address: 980 MacArthur Causeway, Miami, FL 33132

Miami Botanical Garden
In the last few years, the Miami Botanical Garden has received a renovation and upgrade that cost more than a million dollars which puts it on the list of top attractions. The botanical garden sits on two and a half acres of land in Miami Beach. It was officially founded in 1962, when forward-thinking city planners saw a gap in the city’s cultural attractions. Before that, the area around what is now the garden was mostly agricultural and was mainly known for its avocado and mango farms. In addition to its stunning grounds, distinct gardens, and variety of species, the facility offers an array of wellness programs that are popular options for those looking to tap into their spiritual well-being.
Address: 2000 Convention Center Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Venetian Pool
Another such spot is the Venetian Pool in Coral Gables. Since the mid-’20s, it has been a drawing crowds to its Mediterranean inspired facility. It is the only one of its kind in the country included on the National Register of Historic Places. Though once primarily the domain of movie stars and other fabulously wealthy individuals, the pools are now a little less exclusive. Comprised of more than 800,000 gallons of water that flows from artesian wells, the grounds include a cave and waterfall amid a tropical rainforest atmosphere. Do not expect warm water because you will not find any. What you will find is a cool café with lots of tasty choices and everything else you will need.
Address: 2701 De Soto Blvd, Coral Gables, FL 33134

The cuisine of North Miami is reflective of its citizens ethnicity, diverse. Cuban, Haitian, and Jamaican fare can be found throughout the city along with traditional American favorites.

North Miami Charter Bus Rentals

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No matter what it is you want to do, We 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 North Miami. 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?

Renting a charter bus is a simple process that begins with a phone call. Contact us today for a free estimate on your trip.

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!

35 Passenger Charter Bus

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North Miami 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