A trip to New York City may conjure up visions of Manhattan and all the traditional tourist landmarks, but if you limit your adventures to a single borough, you could be missing out on some of the other great things the rest of the city has to offer. That’s particularly true when it comes to Brooklyn.
Martin Luther King Holiday Schedule (January 20, 2020)
Christmas/New Year's Holiday Schedule 2019 (December 24th through January 1, 2020)
Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule 2019 (Wednesday, November 27th through Sunday, December 1st)
There’s plenty of things to do and see when you take a bus to New York City, but there’s something truly unique about Rockefeller Center. Designed to be a “city within a city,” the historic landmark has been serving New York natives and visitors alike since the 1930s. And, though it’s an iconic stop during the holiday season, the Rockefeller Center is an excellent year-round destination.
Monday November 11th New York – a regular schedule with the following additions and cancellations
For safety reasons effective 9/23/19 Martz will not allow the transport of personal 2 wheel electric scooters, due to the risk of fire.
Philadelphia is packed with things to do for visitors of all ages, but if you’re looking for something to light up the hearts and minds of the child or children in your life, then you’ll want to visit the Please Touch Museum. Since 1976, Philadelphia’s children’s museum has served as the perfect all-weather attraction kids, with a focus on those between 6 months and 8 years of age.
Monday October 14th New York – a regular schedule with the following additions and cancellations
Philadelphia offers tourists many exciting events, programs and festivals in August to suit any taste. Fortunately, there is a modern solution to all these problems if you live near Philadelphia. Taking the bus on a respected bus line - such as Martz Trailways - provides roomy comfort, professional drivers and knowledgeable information about local traffic.