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Tour Companies for Denver (7)
Private, customized sightseeing tours for vistors who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind or have low vision on an SUV or minibus. Vehicles can hold a folding wheelchair. Step on guides for tour buses are experienced with groups with limited mobility and can customize a tour. Possibility of hiring a wheelchair accessible bus with guide.
Bus tours in an old school bus. Tours focus on history, crime, ghosts or beer. Private tours available. Bus is not wheelchair accessible and there are three steps to board. Tour is suitable for anyone who can get on and off the bus; there is storage space for a folding wheelchair. Tours are narrated with speakers to amplify sound. No specific aids for people who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, or for people who are blind or have low vision.
Scenic airplane tours over Colorado. Tours take place in a high-wing Cessna aircraft. If you can get in and out of a car unaided, you can get in and out of the plane. As the tour is a primarily visual experience, it is not recommended for people who are blind or who have low vision. The tour is narrated via a headset which can be turned up loud for people who are hard of hearing.
(570) 916 6318
Free walking tours with a focus on history, architecture and landmarks. Suitable for people who use a wheelchair or scooter, but not recommended for those with mobility disabilities who do not have walking aids since it is a two mile walk. Suitable for people who are blind or have low vision as guides are happy to add descriptions. People who are deaf or hard of hearing are advised to bring an ASL interpreter.
1449 Lincoln St, Denver, CO, 80203
(720) 372 3849
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