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Centennial Tours

Denver, CO, USA
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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History and Whiskey Tour in Denver

Take a unique look at Denver’s rich past on this guided, 2.5-hour history and whisky tour. Enjoy special access to locations like the famous Cruise Room in the Oxford Hotel, the oldest hotel in Denver, plus special access in and around LoDo (lower downtown), the historic Five Points district and more. The tour ends at Mile High Spirits for a sampling of some of the best cocktails and spirits the city of Denver has to offer.
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2 hours 30 minutes
from $35.00

Moscow Mule Experience

Lift your spirits with a taste of the Mile High City’s burgeoning craft distillery scene. Learn how small-batch vodka, gin, rum, tequila and authentic Colorado bourbon are made on a distillery tour, and then drink like a Denverite with a tasting of six locally produced spirits plus a specialty cocktail. Bottoms up!
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1 hour
from $32.06

Weekend Brunch Party Bus Experience in Denver

Get wild on the Denver Party Bus! This tour is for those who need some strong coffee, crave the clink of cocktails, want to skip the line for gourmet biscuit and taco experiences, and want to see Denver along the way. Make the most of the culinary options between breakfast and lunch.

Immerse yourself in Denver’s food culture with a range of stops

Convenience: food served on bus and lines avoided

Local flavor: the tour was created by locals sampling authentic cuisine

Bus culture: enjoy music, leather interiors, and a smooth ride on a deluxe bus
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3 hours
from $102.57

Craft Distillery Bus Tour

Sample the best of Colorado’s spirits with a 4.5-hour tour of two cutting-edge distilleries in Denver. Get an insider’s look at the craft alcohol scene as you visit the small-batch Mile High Spirits, and sample six of their most distinctive bottles, including bourbon, gin, rum and tequila. Continue to Laws Whiskey House, and take a seat in the 'whiskey church' to learn how the distillers mill and cook their grains before open-air fermentation. Taste a total of eight spirits and a cocktail chaser, then return to downtown.
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4 hours 30 minutes
from $70.52

Best of Denver Tour

Experience the best of the Mile High City's culture, cuisine and cocktails on this diverse city and food tour of Denver. Taste specialty bites from Voodoo Donuts and the city’s hottest food trucks, sip craft spirits from local distilleries and learn about Denver’s evolution from a silver boom town to Colorado’s cosmopolitan capital.
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3 hours 30 minutes
from $64.09
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Deidra F wrote a review Feb 2021
1 contribution
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
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
Justin C wrote a review Jan 2020
1 contribution
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
Travljunky2017 wrote a review Jul 2019
Dallas, Texas155 contributions38 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
Tom S wrote a review Jun 2019
Arvada, Colorado55 contributions6 helpful votes
We rented the Whisky Wagon for a roving bachelor party. We went from Arvada to Centennial to Westminster and back to Arvada for about 6 hours. Rick chauffeured us around in fine style. It was a great way for the guys who were just meeting to converse and bond a little. The ride was very comfortable, the temperature was great and the seating was more like sitting in your man-cave than in a bus. Couches and benches with plenty of places to set things. It also convenient that we did not have to take our backpacks, etc in and out of the various venues, we just left them on the bus. We had no waiting, Rick was right there at the front door when we were ready to move on. He is a really friendly guy too; he really made the day enjoyable. I highly recommend this for your bachelor or any other party transportation.
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Date of experience: June 2019