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Centennial Tours

Denver, CO, USA
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About Centennial Tours
We offer walking and chauffeured tours in the Denver metro area, where business professionals, families, and individuals can experience something unique, fun, & interesting. Our claim to fame is being Colorado's first craft distillery bus tour operation, but we also offer historic, paranormal, social gaming, live-music, & team building experiences.
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Tours and Tickets by Centennial Tours

Craft Distillery Bus Tour

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4 hours 30 minutes
from $70.52

Best of Denver Tour

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3 hours 30 minutes
from $64.09
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Mo wrote a review Sep 2021
Vancouver Island, Canada1 contribution
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We had wandered up the 16th Street Mall and were rather unimpressed. Our expectations for this tour probably matched that mall walk Well was I ever wrong!! The history of Denver, even with a whiskey slant, was well shared The side streets were a great view of Denver. As a tourist I would have missed so much if we hadn’t signed up for this experience
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Deidra F wrote a review Feb 2021
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I would NEVER recommend this tour. We stood in the exact point where the email from the tour company stated. No one ever showed up, no email or phone call canceling our tour. I called the tour phone number more than 10x, left voicemail messages and texted the number suggested in the voice mail. I never received any communication from them In return. I prepaid for two people, I am fighting the charges with my bank. We even went to the distillery that the tour was supposed to end at and the manager said NO tour was scheduled/reserved an area to be there! We spend $25x2 just to get to and from the tour meet up spot. What a waste of money. Worst vacation experience!
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Date of experience: February 2021
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tracyseymour wrote a review Feb 2020
Evergreen, Colorado1 contribution
We did the walking history and whiskey tour. Our “kids” are mid 20’s. We had a blast! Learned a lot and met some really cool people. And the whiskey was great! Definitely doing another tour.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Justin C wrote a review Jan 2020
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I can't believe its been 16 months since you took my money and you are still sending these feedback requests. I assume no one can see them as you do not seem to be concerned with customer service or experience. I purchased your walking whiskey tour for myself and my wife. We were very excited. We found out two weeks before the date that my wife was pregnant. I messaged your organization to try to slide the dates back as I mentioned, we were excited. I was told the roster was set in stone, no refunds no changes. We decided to have the baby and not the tour. Enjoy MY money. I feel I made the correct choice. I will continue to tell everyone I can about this experience.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Travljunky2017 wrote a review Jul 2019
Dallas, Texas162 contributions63 helpful votes
Our office team took the History and Whiskey tour with Rick as our guide. We began at the gorgeous Union Station with some history on lower downtown Denver. Next stop was the Oxford Hotel which has been newly remodeled with a hodgepodge of design elements that don’t work well together. Too bad, it’s such an important part of Denver history. The new owners of the Cruiseroom and the restaurant have gutted many of the prior historical elements. Moving on to a visit to Rockmount Ranchware and a chance to do a little retail therapy. Great place, great history. Then on to El Chapultepec for their iconic cocktail the Grasshopper. Tequila, creme de me the and a dried grasshopper. A true classic Denver jazz joint. Finally a stop at Mile High Spirits On Lawrence St. for a professional whiskey tasting. Fireside is good stuff and Rick is clearly passionate about sharing his knowledge on bourbon. They also serve a nice Moscow Mule. Remember to have a responsible designated driver for your group.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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