Peter Pan Bus Fares Schedule & Tickets
Peter Pan Bus Lines is a prominent bus company serving the Northeastern USA and is based in Springfield, MA. Peter Pan bus routes cover Massachusetts, New York State, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Washington DC. Popular Peter Pan bus schedules link Boston to Hyannis, Providence to NYC and New York to Baltimore. You can find all Peter Pan schedules and book bus tickets at the lowest prices on Wanderu.com
Popular Peter Pan Bus Lines bus routes:
Are Peter Pan Bus Lines and Greyhound Bus Lines one bus company? Are Peter Pan Bus tickets accepted by Greyhound? Which bus should I board?
Peter Pan Bus Lines is a separate bus company from Greyhound, but Peter Pan operates many of their routes with joint schedules with Greyhound Bus Lines. It’s advisable to verify which bus you should board at the station as often times a Greyhound bus will be providing the service even when you are holding a Peter Pan bus ticket. On Wanderu we make it simple to know which schedules are operated jointly with Greyhound. In Wanderu search results and reservations check the logo and name of the bus company. A joint logo featuring both the Peter Pan brand and a Greyhound dog with the service name Greyhound – Peter Pan or PPP for short is a jointly operated Peter Pan bus schedule.
How many bags can you take on a Peter Pan Bus Lines bus and other Peter Pan luggage policies:
Carry On Bags: One small bag can be taken onboard a Peter Pan bus. The small bag should be able to fit into the overhead bin on the bus or fully stow under the bus seat in front of your ticketed seat.
Checked Baggage: Peter Pan Bus Lines allows 1 bag to be checked with an adult or child ticket. Maximum weight of the baggage must be no more than 50 pounds or 22.5kgs. The maximum luggage sized permitted on Peter Pan bus trips is 33in x 33in x 48in and a charge of $30-40 will apply if your baggage is large than this baggage limit. An additional piece of luggage can be transported with an adult ticket for an additional $15 fee.
Peter Pan Bus Lines recommends that you take all of your valuables with you and maintain possessions of them as well as make sure all of your baggage is tagged with your name and contact information.
Peter Pan Bus customers are responsible for claiming and transferring over their luggage to the connecting bus service when their schedule includes a transfer. Peter Pan Bus Lines offers assistance with your baggage if you ask the bus drivers or staff at the terminal if the staff is available.
Can I bring a bicycle on a Peter Pan bus?
Bicycles are permitted onboard Peter Pan buses. They should be packaged in a box or other heavy duty wrapper or material. Unpacked bicycles may be accepted if there is extra room in the baggage bay and they can be stowed without contacting other passengers’ luggage. Don’t worry Peter Pan does offer a bicycle box in case your bike can’t travel unwrapped. A note of caution if your trip has connections with other bus companies along the way you should verify with each one about their bicycle policy.
Can I bring skis or snowboards on Peter Pan trips?
You can check in skis and snowboards and they too should be safely wrapped in a protective material. We suggest spending the money on a ski or snowboard bag to keep the gear safe and make transporting them to the mountain easier.
How many people can fit on a Peter Pan bus? Do Peter Pan buses have a bathroom?
The majority of Peter Pan buses have 55 passenger seats and all Peter Pan Bus Line schedules are served by buses equipped with bathroom.
Do you need a government ID to board with a Peter Pan bus reservation?
A government issued photo ID along with the tickets are required to board all Peter Pan buses.
Are Peter Pan Bus Lines’ tickets refundable? Can I change my Peter Pan reservation?
Peter Pan reservations are non-refundable but Peter Pan bus reservations can be modified subject to some conditions. To change your reservation you can contact Peter Pan Bus Lines by calling 1-800-343-9999. Tickets can be modified a full day before the date of travel and the new travel date can be as far out as 11 months out. To re-issue your modified reservation there is a $15-20 fee charged by Peter Pan. If there is a price difference between your reservation and the modified schedule or route you will need to pay the difference and the re-issue fee.
Are dogs or other pets allowed on Peter Pan Bus Lines?
Dogs and other pets are not permitted aboard Peter Pan services. Service animals with proper documentation are permitted on board to travel with the disabled traveler at no additional charge. The service animal must travel in the same space as the passenger and can’t occupy another seat or the isle of the bus.
Is there WiFi on Peter Pan buses?
All Peter Pan bus come equipped with free WiFi to surf, check emails and keep in touch with friends while on the trip. Like most companies they might have to swap in replacement bus outside of the standard service pool that might not have WiFi, but that should be fairly rare.
Are there outlet plugs on Peter Pan buses?
All Peer Pan buses have outlet plugs in many case there is one plug per passenger to keep your electronics powered up.
Additional Information About Peter Pan Bus Lines
Peter Pan Bus Lines was founded as the Yellow Cab Air Line in Sprinfield, MA where it is still based to this day. The bus line has been run by the same family, the Picknellies since 1933. Each bus serving Peter Pan bus routes is named after a character in the Peter Pan stories.
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Popular Peter Pan Bus Lines bus stations:
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New Bedford Peter Pan Bus Stop
Logan Airport, Boston
Hyannis Transportation Center Peter Pan Bus
Springfield Bus Station Greyhound Stop
Fall River Peter Pan Bus Pettine Station
Providence Peter Pan Bus Station
Union Station Amtrak Worcester
South Station, Boston
Union Station Hartford
Winsted Peter Pan Bus Stop
Framingham Peter Pan Greyhound Station
UMass Amherst Peter Pan Bus Stop
Port Authority Bus Terminal
Steamship Authority Pier - 1 Cowdry Rd
Travel Center - 188 Bank St
Peter Pan Term - 1 Roundhouse Plz
12 Batterson Park Rd
2155 Iyannough Rd
Popular cities served by Peter Pan Bus Lines
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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 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.
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 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.