Tour Companies for Philadelphia (12)
Pedal around on a 15-person open air pedicycle! Tour guides are experienced with visitors with a range of disabilities and will do their utmost to ensure that every person can participate and have a good time. Wheelchair users and people without lower body strength can sit on the backbench (without pedaling) but will need help of companions to get on and off the cycle. Storage may be available for a folding wheelchair. Service animals are welcome. Guests who are blind or have low vision may choose to cycle or not. Historic tours are not recommended for the hard of hearing since background noise interferes with the guide; however, pub crawls are suitable for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Historical and entertaining walking tours. Suitable for wheelchair users. No specific aids for people who are deaf or hard of hearing or with low vision or who are blind but private tours can be modified to fit any physical requirement without any additional cost.
Free walking tours. Independence Mall and Philly Ghost Tours are almost totally accessible for wheelchair users or people with mobility disabilities. Italian Market, China Town and Real Philly Tours are not recommended for those with mobility disabilities. Guides happy to give extra explanations for those with low vision or who are blind; it is recommended to come with a companion. Guides can use a microphone for voice amplification for hard of hearing. we do not employ an ASL guide, but you are welcome to bring your own interpreter along.
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