This tour typically takes place on Wednesday at 6 pm and lasts 3hrs. To create a custom time here
See and taste everything that makes Denver great!
Denver History | Food Trucks | Voodoo Donuts | Craft Distilleries
Not sure what tour is the best fit? Our Best of Denver tour is one of the most exciting tours we offer, and it’s designed for those who want it all! From Voodoo donuts & food trucks to Colorado distilleries, this tour gives you the pulse of Denver’s vibrant culture. See it all from the comfort of our eclectic party bus, the Whiskey Wagon.
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Tour starts at the historic City & County Building. Learn about Denver’s wild west history, and take in the Golden Triangle sites.
Sit back and enjoy the ride on our luxury party bus, while we chauffeur you to Voodoo Doughnuts.
Visit the confectionary that was made famous on the Food Network. They have every donut style known to man, and you get your pick.
Mile High isn’t just a great booze producer, but they are one of the most popular bars & music venues in LoDo
Prepare your taste buds for the best local cuisine in Denver. We visit food trucks and pizza shops on a rotational basis
Tour ends where it began in front of Civic Center Park. If you still have the energy the Golden Triangle has plenty of things for all the family.
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All Tour Tickets are Non-Refundable
Expired third-party tickets are good for the amount originally paid, but once scheduled cannot be rescheduled for another day.
There are only two exceptions to this policy:
1.) Centennial Tours determines the weather to be too severe for touring
2.) The group minimum is not met (bus tours require a minimum of 4 guests).
Rescheduling can be done with at least One Week’s Notice, but there will be a Rebooking fee of $10/guest
What to Bring
I.D.s will be checked for anyone consuming alcohol. No drinks will be served to those without or those that are underage.
Feel free to bring personal items, such as purses, back-packs, and cameras, but beware there are no places to store your items along the way. Pictures are allowed at all the locations, but some historic, and proprietary items might be off limits, so please ask us if you are unsure.
Food, donuts and lite snacks are provided on the tour although you are also welcome to bring you own food as well.
The only industry keeping pace with Colorado’s breweries and distilleries is the food truck industry. There are many to choose from, we think we have found the best, and we look forward to sharing them with you.
With rare exceptions, Denver food trucks are not in operation on Monday and Tuesday evenings. That’s okay, though, because on those occasions we enjoy fresh, made-from-scratch, pizza at Black Sky Brewery
I.D.s are checked for anyone consuming alcohol. No drinks will be served to those without or those that are underage. However, donuts will be provided to all tour guests.
Centennial’s Best of Denver Tour meets at the bottom of the City and County Building’s front steps (1437 Bannock St, Denver, CO 80202). Please, arrive at least 5 minutes early.
The tour includes stops for food and beverages, and the tour ends where it began.
The total walking distance is approximately 1/3 mile. It is recommended to bring water bottles, but there will be drinks available at most stops and on the bus. Please, arrive 5 minutes early so that we can start promptly.
Feel free to bring personal items, such as purses, back-packs, and cameras. They can be left on the bus, but beware, Centennial Tours is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Pictures are allowed at all the locations.
*Please be advised, there is a 4-Person Minimum for all bus tours. Individual groups do not have to have four people, but with the exception of special/private tours, we do not run the bus with a total less than four. Call for details.
Parking: Generally, we recommend consulting the Best Parking site for the lowest rates:
*Parking: Generally, it is best to park in the lots adjacent and behind Pints Pub (221 W. 13th Ave). We don’t recommend parking street-side, even though the meters don’t run on Sundays. Technically, vehicles are supposed to move every two hours. Please, call if you have any questions.
Please alert your guide and/or driver of any food allergies or sensitivities