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Celebrity will not permit people over 70 years old on the Queen Elizabeth II garden tour. Can anyone think why 70 +’s are not permitted to tour. Celebrity blames it on the tour company. Can anyone recommend other ways to tour the gardens?

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On 6/2/2023 at 2:23 PM, cavydad said:

Can anyone think why 70 +’s are not permitted to tour. Celebrity blames it on the tour company.

While it's very pretty the majority of the paths and walkways are sand and/or gravel and uneven. I'm sure the tour company wants to keep a steady pace for everyone and they can't guarantee that with folks that might require more assistance over uneven walkways. I'm inclined to believe Celebrity is telling the truth here. 

 

There is nothing that would prohibit you from doing it on your own. 

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6 minutes ago, LB_NJ said:

It was January 26.  I don't think it is a holiday.


The holiday is January 22, so I guess not.  That’s weird that they’d cancel that far out unless there’s some lack of availability for some other reason.  You can get there by rental car, but I’d want to confirm with the gardens first that they are definitely open that day.

 

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