This is a fun and unique tour of Denver’s best holiday light displays in the beautiful Colorado style party bus. You’ll see the top spots that Denver is famous for, including Union Station and the City and County building, learn a little fascinating Colorado history and have some interactive fun with everyone on the bus!
We meet at Woods Boss Brewery where tour participants get $1 off their first pour of their already well priced and tasty craft brews.
All ages are welcome! Bring your cameras, smiles and your holiday spirit, but if you can’t find it, I’m sure you’ll find some on the tour.
Click the reserve now button for a drop down list of available dates and times.
Great for the whole family!
Is there an age minimum to attend?
No. All ages are welcome on the tour (and inside the brewery to wait/use the restroom/have a rootbeer). Any person, regardless of age, who is takes up a seat must have purchased a ticket. Anyone who is overly intoxicated will be asked to leave the tour.
What do I need to check in?
Just your name and a smile. If more than one person claims the name for a ticket, then I’ll have to get mean and check IDs. You can use your name to purchase and check in multiple attendies, but you’ll need to check in and board as a group.
Where do I park?
Anywhere you can. There is metered street parking around Woods Boss Brewery, a paid lot, it is a couple blocks from the light rail and walking distance from downtown Denver. And if you want to add some more holiday fun, take a horse drawn carraige or a pedicab from downtown.
Can we get out to take pictures?
There are a couple of spots where it is possible to stop for a minute to look closer and take pictures. It also depends on traffic and road conditions.
What do I wear?
You will be in the warm bus most of the time (or the whole time, if you prefer), but you may want to get out of the bus sometimes, and the door is open at those stops, so I recommend weather appropriate shoes and clothes.
Can I bring alcohol or other drinks on the bus?
You betcha. Denver law does not allow any open containers on public streets, including sidewalks, so keep it in the bus or the brewery.
Is the bus wheelchair accessible?
Yes! I will need to know ahead of time to make sure there is room. Please email or call to confirm availability for a wheelchair.