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We've seen the Banjo Billy bus tours around Boulder for years, and finally we decided to play tourist in our own town, and took the tour. The bus driver was fun and engaging. Yes, the jokes are corny, but it made for an amusing experience....More
We had high hopes for this tour, given the reviews and the desire to do something a little outside the box. First, let me say, that the staff was very accommodating when we had a snafu with our reservation. They allowed us to reschedule -...More
Okay, so I was expecting a little more wacky hijinks. Some of the anecdotes were interesting, but the delivery and quantity were lacking. It could have been made more interesting by more folk lore. I mean this was a gold mining town there had to...More
A unique bus, with equally unique seating, ride across the city, lots of ghost stories and a superb guide. What else is required for a fun trip. And Banjo Billy's certainly had it all. I had loads of fun on this trip.
We took this tour as part of the CU Boulder Family weekend. It was limited to 25 people per bus and it was worth the wait. The bus itself is quirky just like the local scene to modify an old school bus into something unique....More
I would have preferred a standard historical tour. Banjo Billy seems to pride itself on not including any "boring" information; as a result, there's a lot of trivia about sensational crimes and ghost stories that aren't really relevant to an out-of-towner interested in learning about...More
This was a great way to learn some neat things about Boulder from the unusual transportation option of this tricked out school bus. Miles and Patrick were great and professional BUT fun too. There were nearly all ages on our tour and everyone seemed to...More