This is one of the best things I have ever done! It is sooo much fun and you get to see so much without any effort. A must for anyone!
This Segway tour is perfect for first-time D.C. visitors who want to see it all. Walking among sights in the U.S. capital can take up valuable vacation time, but explore by Segway with a guide, and you see the top museums and monuments and learn the lay of the land. Tour the Mall, Pennsylvania Avenue, and the Washington Monument while soaking up the city’s history.
Meet your guide at L’Enfant Plaza for your morning, afternoon, or sunset tour and begin your experience with a safety training to familiarize yourself with your Segway. Be sure to wear closed-toe shoes and bring weather-appropriate clothing. Note that participants must be at least 16 years old.
Glide around the Mall with your guide and see the Smithsonian museums, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and other sights up close without tiring yourself out.
Ride down Pennsylvania Avenue and see the Newseum, FBI Building, and National Archives. Learn U.S. history from your guide with a stop for bottled water and snacks (included).
We really loved this segway tour, we saw so much more of Washington then we could have done by foot in a day. Our tour guide was knowledgable, and we had photo opportunities, and received snacks and a water. Only recommendation would be for audio...More
Alex was our tour guide. We enjoyed him so much, he was knowledgeable, funny and just so entertaining. I highly recommend Segway tours, they are easier than you think, and if you get Alex,(if he is still there) you will absolutely have a great time....More
The segways were great, the tour guide was fantastic- we always try to find a segway tour to get our bearings in new cities- this one was one of our favorite we have done so far.
Segway tour is the best method to visit so many historic sites in DC and have fun at the same time. Amy, the tour guide, introduced the sites very well, including many museums, Capitol, Washington Monument, World War II memorial, Lincoln Memorial. Good job, Amy!