Accessible Key West Guided Tours
Key West, the Southernmost point in the United States, is a traveler favorite for many reasons, some of them include picturesque beaches, historic sites, cuisine and pastel, conch-style architecture. Exploring the many highlights of the city is easy in Key West because many of them are centered around the Downtown area, which means you can cover several of them in one a few days.
The age of the city can make it challenging for visitors to avoid accessibility barriers such as cobblestones, curbs and narrow paths. On our accessible Key West tours, our experienced tour guides are trained to lead disabled visitors and their families using accessible tour routes. Adventure around one of the most energetic strips of shops, bars and café’s anywhere, Duval Street, explore the historic Shipwreck Museum, Key West Aquarium and Hemingway Home and Museum, and enjoy a unique Key West Glass boat experience. There literally is something for everyone in Key West!
This 3-hour Accessible Key West Guided Food Tour is a unique experience that celebrates the Cuban and Caribbean influences in Key West with focus on food and culture. Escorted by your private tour guide, you will embark on a leisurely stroll in the heart of Key West, visiting five hand-picked locations that will introduce you to authentic island flavors. This tour is entirely step-free with limited walking/rolling distances.
The Classic Key West Accessible Private Tour covers some of the best must-see highlights of Key West, using fully step-free and curb-free tour routes throughout. Escorted by your knowledgeable tour guide, you’ll embark on a memorable stroll in the historic district called Downtown Key West with time for exploration, shopping and lunch if you’d like (cost not included). You will also get to visit the fascinating Key West Shipwreck Museum and Key West Aquarium firsthand.
On this Wheelchair Friendly Key West Glass Boat Experience you will have a unique chance to explore the beautiful underwater vistas generally reserved for scuba divers. Onboard a glass bottom boat, you will be able to admire a wide variety of fish, other sea creatures and North America’s only living coral reef! Please note that the glass bottom boats have a single step at both ends of the boarding ramp and wheelchair users must be able to navigate these to join this tour. Also, motorized equipment is not permitted onboard the boat.
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