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Charter bus from Louisville?

Looking for a Louisville charter bus rental with transportation service to anywhere else in the continental United States? Barons Bus’ is the Ohio charter bus company you’re looking for.  We're based in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio and serve the state of Ohio and its surrounding areas.

Whether you're touring the national museums and monuments of Washington D.C., soaking in the wondrous sights and culture of New York City,  reveling at the County Music Capital of the World in Nashville, basking on the tropical beaches of Florida, relishing in Chicago-style food and jazz, or catching a Buckeyes game at Ohio State, we can take you there in safe, reliable comfort.

Our fleet of motor coach buses are perfect for large groups, school bus field trips, shuttle servicesand more. Even smaller groups have enjoyed the ample space and comfortable amenities of a Barons Bus rental in Louisville, Ohio

Contact our charter bus service agents now at (888) 378-3823 or you can request a charter bus quote online. Learn more about what to expect on your travels with our Rider’s Guide.

Charter bus to Louisville?

Things to Know When You Rent a Charter Bus to Louisville

Louisville (/ˈluːɪsvɪl/) is a city in Stark County in the U.S. state of Ohio. The population was 9,186 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Canton-Massillon, OH Metropolitan Statistical Area.On October 8, 1834, Louisville was formally settled by Henry Lautzenheiser, from Germany, and Henry Fainot, a French Huguenot. The city was named after Lautzenheiser's son, Lewis, and called Lewisville, Ohio. The name of the town was also considered appropriate because of the fact that it was initially surveyed by the similar-sounding name of Lewis Vail. When the post office was established in 1837, with Sam Petree as its first postmaster, it was discovered Ohio already had a Lewisville, so the spelling was changed to Louisville.

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