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San Diego – sightseeing and tours
Experience the sights, sounds and sweeping city views from the rails of one of its luxury yachts. The fleet of seven charter yachts includes the flagship, Lord Hornblower, modeled after a turn-of-the-century steamship. Tours choices range from one- and two-hour narrated harbor tours daily and seasonal whale watching adventures to three-hour nightly dinner dance cruise and Sunday champagne brunch cruises.
Featuring a running narration of San Diego history, plus many entertaining and amusing anecdotes and stories, the Old Town Trolley Tours is a two-hour, fully-narrated trackless trolley tour. One-day tickets allow guests unlimited use of Old Town Trolley Tours, with on-and-off privileges at eight different stops throughout downtown San Diego, Balboa Park and Coronado Island.
Daily, 90-minute land and water tours aboard amphibious vehicles that start in downtown San Diego and splash down into the Big Bay and Mission Bay, and feature magnificent views of the city.
Arizona – Nevada border
Service animals specifically trained to aid a person with a disability are welcome. Comfort animals and pets are not allowed on top of the dam or in any buildings. Animals cannot be left in vehicles unattended.
The Powerplant tour, Visitor Center, and Original Exhibit building are accessible for visitors with wheelchairs, scooters, or other mobility devices.
interpretation can be requested for the Dam tour with a minimum of 14 days advance notice, by contacting 702-494-2518. Guests will be contacted prior to their visit to verify arrangements.
Tour scripts are available upon request.
Wheelchair pick up/drop off area on first floor of the parking garage. Wheelchairs are available for rent in the Parking Garage for visitor use. There is a $5.00 charge.