With its rich history, diverse neighborhoods, and legacy of arts, culture and education, Boston truly has something for everyone! This capital city of Massachusetts is the oldest city in America, founded in 1630. Divided into smaller distinct, characterful districts, Boston is fairly easy to walk/roll around for visitors. The city boasts of several incredible areas, including Beacon Hill which is the city’s most historic and affluent neighborhood. To the East you will find the busting Downtown with a mix of Colonial sights and modern high-rise offices. Disabled visitors to Boston will enjoy being surrounded by so many incredible sights without having to travel for hours to get to them. While the city does have some hilly areas and minor inclines in many areas, generally, wheelchair users can navigate many areas of the city well.
Accessible Guided Tours in Boston
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.