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Peter Pan Bus Lines is one of the top bus services operating in the Northeast. Peter Pan was first started a century ago by the Picknelly family and is still operating from Springfield, MA. It is now one of the largest privately owned bus operators. Through innovation and great customer service, Peter Pan Bus routes now serve more than 100 cities in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. New York is the most popular stop for Peter Pan Bus schedules, with Boston, Washington D.C., and Philadelphia also being popular destinations.

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Peter Pan Bus schedules connect in Boston with Concord Coach to cover New HampshireBonanza Bus Lines and Plymouth & Brockton bus also connect with Peter Pan Bus Lines in Boston to take bus passengers from Boston to Cape Cod. To get travelers to destinations in upstate New York, Peter Pan Bus Lines connects with Adirondack Trailways and New York Trailways. Peter Pan Bus Lines also partners with Greyhound Bus Lines to connect bus riders to countless destinations nationwide.

 

Peter Pan Bus Lines makes you comfortable on your bus ride with reclining seats, climate-controlled air conditioning and heat, power outlets, and onboard wi-fi. You can carry-on one small piece of luggage and check one item of baggage underneath the bus at no charge on Peter Pan Bus Lines.

 

Wanderu has partnered with Peter Pan Bus Lines to make it easy to find and book bus tickets in the Northeast. You can book bus tickets to more than 60 destinations that Peter Pan Bus Lines serves in the Northeast through Wanderu.com or the Wanderu app.

 

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Popular cities served by Peter Pan Bus Lines

  • Albany
    As the capital of New York, Albany has lots of fun things to do! Enjoy free summer theater at Park Playhouse, take a cruise with the Dutch Apple on the Hudson River or go zip-lining at Mountain Ridge Adventure.
  • Hyannis

    Known as the commercial and transportation hub of Cape Cod, Hyannis is often referred to as “Capital of the Cape.” Hyannis is a major tourist destination and the primary spot to get a ferry to Nantucket. Spend some time at the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum and Hyannis Harbor to learn more about the city.

  • Providence

    The third largest city in New England and home to Brown University, Providence is well known around the country for its educational resources and dedicated arts community. Nicknamed the Creative Capital, Providence is home to several performing arts theatres and numerous festivals.

  • Amherst

    As the largest town in Hampshire County, Amherst is home to Amherst College, Hampshire College, and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. You can visit the Beneski Museum of Natural History, the Mead Art Museum, the Emily Dickinson Museum or the Theodore Baird Residence while touring the area.

  • Boston

    Home to Wanderu, the Boston Red Sox, and some of the most prestigious colleges and universities, Boston is the best city to visit in the Northeast. Take a walk along the Esplanade and soak in the beautiful views of the Charles River, or stroll down Newbury Street to find the perfect restaurant for a night out with friends!

  • Hartford

    Hartford is Connecticut’s capital and fourth largest city. Be sure to check out Lake Compounce, America's oldest and longest-running theme park, as well as the Connecticut Science Center, the Philip Johnson's Glass House, and Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo.

  • New York

    New York City is the most populous city in the United States and has been described as the cultural capital of the world. Nicknamed The City That Never Sleeps, New York is well known for the fast-paced and high-energy lifestyles of its inhabitants.

  • Worcester
    Located only 40 miles west of Boston, Worcester is a great destination for nature lovers. Pick from one of the notable parks, including Elm Park and Frederick Park, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, or Green Hill Park to spend some time outdoors.
  • Fall River

    Fall River is a city in Bristol County, Massachusetts and it’s the tenth largest city in the state. Be sure to visit Lizzie Borden House and Battleship Cove when touring the area, as well as Factory of Terror, New England’s #1 Haunted Attraction.