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Take a Bus to the Camden Aquarium

It’s not always easy to find a year-round attraction that will keep kids and adults alike entertained for hours, but Camden’s Adventure Aquarium can do just that. Whether you’re looking for shelter from the summer sun, an escape from cold-weather cabin fever, or somewhere in between, this waterfront aquarium will offer a deep dive into fun.
November 12th, 2019|Travel Tips|

Take a Bus to the Philadelphia Please Touch Museum

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.
September 16th, 2019|Travel Tips|

Taking the Bus to Barclays Center in NYC

New York City is known as a hotspot for events taking place in all five of the city's boroughs. One of the biggest and most popular venues in the Big Apple is Barclays Center.
October 1st, 2018|Travel Tips|

Why It’s Better to Travel by Bus Than by Plane

Travel by bus is one of the most common ways to get around in the United States. Although there are several options, bus travel is incredibly convenient, not to mention affordable. Contrast that to air travel, which can be overly expensive. Get to know some of the many reasons that it might be better to travel by bus than by plane.
September 10th, 2018|Travel Tips|

 

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

To our loyal customers:

In light of guidance from the federal government that individuals leaving the New York City Metro Area should self-quarantine for 14 days to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, and out of an abundance of caution, Martz will discontinue scheduled service into New York City and Philadelphia for two weeks.

To allow our customers working in essential, life-sustaining businesses time to find alternative travel to work, we will operate through the end of this week. Our last day of service will be Friday, March 27, with a targeted return date of Monday, April 13.

We apologize to our loyal customers who must find alternative means of travel to work during this time. We recognize that many of you are essential employees in life-sustaining businesses and simply cannot work from home. We can assure you that Martz will be here to support our dedicated and valued customers moving forward from this crisis.

Please refer to our website, MartzTrailways.com, for further updates.