Main Street District

Transport yourself back to the roots of Garden Grove by spending a day strolling down the city’s original Main Street. Gorgeously preserved buildings dating back to the late 19th century house an array of antique shops, independent boutiques, and mom-and-pop eateries serving up classic Americana fare. Don’t miss the Village Green Park, which frequently hosts live music events and festivals celebrating Garden Grove’s rich heritage. Looking to turn your Main Street jaunt into a progressive dinner tour? Hop on and off your charter bus with stops at retro-chic hotspots like D’soul Jones, Lido Bakery, and Garden Grove Brewing Company.


As one of the largest Korean enclaves in the United States, Garden Grove’s Koreatown district offers an authentic immersion into Korean culture and cuisine. Breathe in the tantalizing aromas of kalbi and kimchi wafting from lively restaurants and markets lining Garden Grove Boulevard. Browse specialty stores bursting with Korean cosmetics, kawaii home goods, and the latest K-pop merchandise. Don’t leave without catching a movie or live performance at one of the Korean theaters – even if you don’t speak the language, the experience is unforgettable. Pro tip: Book a charter bus and take your group on a guided Koreatown food crawl!

Disneyland Resort District

You can’t visit Orange County without reveling in the magic of Disneyland Resort. This neighborhood’s crown jewel is of course the iconic Disneyland Park, Walt Disney’s pioneering theme park that sparked the imaginations of generations. But there’s more enchantment to uncover here beyond Mickey’s kingdom – like hunting for rare collectibles at the Anaheim Indoor Marketplace or treating your Sweet tooth at the nostalgia-soaked Mecca for retro candy lovers, Stelating Root Beer. With a Party Bus Garden Grove, you can skip the parking pandemonium and be whisked away to the Happiest Place on Earth whenever you please.

Historic Civics Center

This centrally located neighborhood is a must-visit for history buffs and architecture lovers alike. The Historic Civics Center’s piece de resistance is the Stanley Ranch Museum, housed in one of the oldest residential buildings in Garden Grove built way back in 1891. Other standout sites include the Art Deco-style Festival Amphitheater which hosts year-round cultural events, and the immaculately preserved Garden Grove Woman’s Club – an exquisite 1920s Colonial-style structure with verdant gardens ideal for afternoon tea. Round out your Civics Center expedition by booking a group tour with Party Bus Garden Grove to learn all about this area’s storied past.

Little Saigon

One of the world’s largest Vietnamese communities outside of Vietnam itself, Little Saigon serves up a kaleidoscope of unique cultural experiences. Go on an ornate architectural odyssey among its many Buddhist temples and pagodas like the tranquil Bao Quang Temple. Then treat your tastebuds to incredible Vietnamese cuisine – from pipping hot pho to flavor-packed banh mi, our charter bus team can navigates you to the district’s finest authentic eateries. Don’t miss treasure hunting at Little Saigon’s night markets either, brimming with vibrant silk garments, handmade pottery and other artisanal goods straight from the Mother Country.

Beach Boulevard

Want to experience that iconic SoCal beach town vibe? Then cruise along Garden Grove’s Beach Boulevard, which lives up to its name as the gateway to prime oceanfront real estate. Start by grabbing breakfast at one of the hip brunch spots like The Crack’d Tart before continuing on to Huntington Beach’s iconic pier and sprawling Pacific shoreline. With a private charter bus rental, your group can make a full day of beach hopping – from posh Newport Beach to funky Balboa Island and the surf meccas of Dana Point. As dusk falls, conclude your sun-kissed adventure at one of the buzzy Beach Boulevard bars and nightclubs.

The Artisan Corridor

Once an industrial area, West Garden Grove has undergone a creative renaissance in recent years, becoming a hotbed for independent art galleries, craft breweries, modern maker spaces and funky murals exploding with color. The true heart of this tight-knit artist community lies in the Artisan Corridor, where innovative businesses have repurposed old warehouses into vibrant creative havens. Don’t miss highlights like Brewheim Bytworks for award-winning craft beers, Pottery Palace for kiln-fired artistry, and the eye-popping alleyway galleries providing a backdrop for Insta-worthy snapshots. Let a Party Bus Garden Grove shuttle whisk your group between Artisan Corridor stops.

Garden Grove Blvd District

Talk about a cultural melting pot! The aptly named Garden Grove Boulevard is a heavenly stretch of ethnic eateries dishing up flavors that span the globe. From family-run taquerias serving up authentic Mexican fare to Japanese izakayas, halal Pakistani barbecue joints and cozy Vietnamese cafes, this neighborhood is a gastronomic United Nations. Many of the long-standing restaurants have been in operation since the 1980s, loyally dishing out the same time-honored recipes to fans near and far. Embark on an international food tour via Party Bus Garden Grove’s charter bus services – your tastebuds (and your waistline) will thank you!

Book a Bus With Us

With so many diverse neighborhoods to uncover, having a professional charter bus service to shuttle your group around Garden Grove is an absolute must. Party Bus Garden Grove takes the stress out of transportation logistics so you can spend less time stuck in traffic and more time immersed in the city’s vibrant sights, sounds and flavors. Give us a ring at 323-380-3987 and let our team craft the perfect charter bus rental for your Garden Grove odyssey – featuring premium amenities, spacious interiors, panoramic windows for epic views and a professional team allowing you to sit back and embrace the magic of this SoCal gem.