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tour Denver with Denver Walking Tours


Sir Richard Burton


Bus Tours FAQs 

Is it necessary to make reservations when touring Denver with your team?

Yes, all tours require advanced reservations, as we operate small group bus tours with a maximum capacity of 14 guests. You must book your spot on a tour at least one hour prior to the tour start. Our team isn't able to accept payment onsite at the Denver bus tour meeting points and many of our Denver tours do fill to capacity and/or have waiting lists. 


What if I'm running late for my Denver bus tour?

Please be on time. We ask that all guests arrive at each tour's departure point at least 10 minutes before the scheduled tour departure time to make sure you don't miss out. All of our historic tours of Denver do depart on time., as we are not able to wait in loading zones for late guests. Your Denver tour guide will arrive at least 5 minutes before the tour's start time. 


Can I bring Fido on my Denver walking tour?

No, sorry. Our buses are not equipped to accommodate pets or animals of any kind and our insurance does not provide coverage to accommodate pets and animals. 

Will my kid(s) like these Denver bus tours?

That really depends on your kid(s)!  Our historic Denver bus tours are definitely suitable for children and have been designed to be suitable for all ages (10+ is recommended for our Denver Ghost Tours that visit haunted Cheesman Park). Your local guide is also trained and experienced in working with all ages. 


Are their restrooms available while on the Denver bus tours?

Please plan on using the restroom before touring Denver with our team, as there are no public restrooms along our Denver bus tour route. 

What are the languages spoken on your walking tours?

Our Denver bus tours are currently offered in English only so you will need to understand spoken English for all of our tours. For private historic Denver walking tours we do offer the option to have an interpreter join you, your group and your guide at an additional cost. 

Are there any private Denver bus tours?

Yes, view private tours here. We guarantee you a fun experience exploring Denver's great sights, landmarks and history by bus with one of our great local tour guides on foot and can customize the Denver tour to your unique interests, preferences, or needs. 


Is it necessary to bring anything with me on my bus tour of Denver?

We recommend comfortable shoes, sunscreen, a bottle of water, layers for Colorado's ever-changing weather and be ready to have some fun while touring Denver with your local guide!


Are the bus tours recommended for guests with disabilities or limited mobility?

Our bus does not have wheelchair access or a lift for guests who utilize wheelchairs, walkers or scooters. We can accommodate guests who are able to climb the stairs into the bus. Guests also have a choice as to whether they disembark the bus or not at any optional tour photo stops/

For safety reasons, guests must be able to see and hear. 

We have worked with many guests with different cognitive abilities when accompanied by a friend, family member, or staff member.


When do  Denver bus tours take place?

Please view each bus tour's webpage for detailed info on days, times, durations, pricing and much more! 


Where is the meeting point for the  Denver bus tours?

Please view each bus tour's webpage for detailed info on days, times, durations, pricing and much more! 


Is there a way I can catch-up to the group  if I'm running late for the bus tour?

Generally this is not possible, as the bus cannot wait for late guests in loading zones or busy streets where we pick-up. 


How long are the bus tours?

We offer a variety of tours ranging from one hour to 3+ hours.


Do guests get to go inside any of the sites or landmarks

Due to the length of the tour, the number of guests on our average bus tour group, and each building's regulations, we're typically not able to go inside any landmarks or sites but welcome you to visit some of your favorites later on your own. 

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