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Tour Companies for Boston (14)
Free ranger guided walking tours or self guided tours following in the footsteps of Boston’s free African American community. Tour is mostly accessible but please be aware of uneven sidewalks and steep hills.
15 State Street, 9th Floor , Boston, MA 02109
(617) 742 5415
Walking tours of Boston. Walking tours are accessible to all and guides are trained to assist people with disabilities. Some neighborhoods have cobblestones that make it difficult for people in wheelchairs or with mobility disabilities, but guides are happy to slow down or make adjustments to the route. Small group sizes mean that individual attention is easy. Private tours can be completely customized according to your needs.
Depart from three different locations for a tour by land and water. Duck Tours are wheelchair accessible but you must book in advance since seats are removed from the boat to make room for the wheelchair. Each vessel has space for two wheelchairs, or guests may transfer into a seat. Wheelchair lift available with advanced notice. Service animals welcome. Storage for mobility devices that you will not be needing on the tour is offered at the ticket booth.
4 Copley Place, Suite 4155, Boston, Massachusetts 02116
(617) 450 0068
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