Accessible Guided Tours in Boston
With rich history, diverse neighborhoods, and a legacy of arts, culture, and education, Boston is a place for everyone! One of the best things about visiting Boston is that many of the best attractions are in walking/rolling distance of each other, making it easier to explore without having to worry about transportation. Among other things, visitors to Boston can enjoy exploring the Freedom Trail, the Quincy Market, the North End, the beautiful Waterfront and Newbury Street firsthand.
Boston is an old American city but still offers mostly good wheelchair access throughout. The challenges in the city center include some mild inclines and cobblestones.
Our accessible Boston guided tours are designed to avoid steps and severe cobblestones. We use the most accessible routes throughout the city and our tour guides have extensive experience navigating the area firsthand with disabled clients and their families.
Historic Highlights of Boston Wheelchair Accessible Tour
Immerse yourself into the fascinating, revolutionary history of Boston as you head out to explore 11 of the 16 official Freedom Trail historic sites on this Historic Highlights of Boston Wheelchair Accessible Tour. Escorted by your friendly and knowledgeable tour guide, you will use step-free tour routes to experience the Boston Common, Massachusetts State House, Park Street Church, Granary Burying Ground, King’s Chapel and many more highlights firsthand!
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