Private Mobility Tour “Walk & Roll!”
- Starting Point: Commonwealth Avenue at Arlington Street.
- Ending Point: Boston City Hall Plaza overlooking Faneuil Hall
- Who should take this tour: Persons who use a wheelchair or are simply less comfortable with longer walks on uneven surfaces — and their friends and families, of course!
- Time & Mileage: Approximately 90 leisurely minutes. One mile.
- Maximum tour attendees permitted: 12
If you are a visitor who wants to see the best of Boston, but has a challenge with mobility, this is your tour. Our Walk & Roll tour is designed specifically for persons who use a wheelchair or are uncomfortable with longer walks and uneven surfaces. We selected our route to include the highlights of the city, from the Emerald Necklace through the Public Garden and the best of the famous Freedom Trail. Our route covers one mile chosen for level, smooth sidewalks and curb cuts as street crossings. Don’t let mobility concerns let you miss out on our great city.
You’ll see the nation’s oldest public park, the oldest botanical garden, learn about Beacon Hill and the greatest engineering feat of the 19th century, visit the sites that sparked the Boston Tea Party, and the Boston Massacre and see where the Declaration of Independence was first read to the public in Boston in July 1776. This is a great introduction to the city that includes the very best of Boston.
- Private Tour: $300 (maximum of 20)
Use the Contact Form to request this tour.