Pub Crawl (with Sign Language)
Our Pub Crawl covers about a mile over two hours, with stops at bars and pubs along the way. This Deaf-Friendly version of our Pub Crawl features our talented tour guide Emily, a sign-language interpreter who works with students in Volusia County Schools. She speaks and signs at the same time, so her tours appeal to Deaf and hearing audiences alike.
- You’ll see downtown DeLand’s most haunted historic sites.
- You’ll hear true stories of the settlers who founded DeLand — including those who decided to stay here permanently.
- Our pub crawl is a walking tour, but it’s suitable for people who use wheelchairs and mobility devices, too.
- We will stop at two or three bars and pubs along the way, where you are free to enjoy beer, wine, or spirits. Please note that we neither encourage nor discourage the consumption of alcohol on our tours, and that you may purchase non-alcoholic beverages during the pub crawl.
- You’ll have several photo opportunities, so bring a fully charged cell phone or a camera.
- We’ll augment the tour with facts and photos you can access from your phone.
- We’ll cover just over a mile during the course of the tour, with 13 stops along the way.
- We’ll conclude at a spot where you can have something to eat.
- All tours go on rain or shine. Please wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather.
- We do not offer refunds or exchanges. All sales are final.