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Richmond Landmark Segway Tour

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  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
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  • Multiple times offered throughout the day
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Richmond Landmark Segway Tour
From US$40.00
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10:00am 2-Hour Landmark TourMost Popular
This 2-Hour Richmond Landmark Segway Tour departs at 10:00am.
US$68.00
2:00pm 2-Hour Landmark Tour
This 2-Hour Richmond Landmark Segway Tour departs at 2:00pm
US$68.00
5:00pm 1-Hour Landmark Tour
This 1-Hour Richmond Landmark Segway Tour has a Max of 12 guests & departs at 5:00pm and is Simply a shortened version of the 2-hour tour.
US$40.00
Overview
Select between our 1 or 2-Hour Richmond Landmark Segway tour and we will explore interesting and notable sites in and around the great city of Richmond, which is the capital of Virginia, is among America’s oldest major cities.  There is plenty to see and experience on this tour and you will leave with a wealth of knowledge.
What to Expect
Select between our 1 or 2 hour tour and explore some of Richmond Virginia's most historic landmarks. Departing from 1301 East Cary St, we will set off on an adventure that will include sites such as the Canal Walk originally begun and envisioned by George Washington, Brown’s Island 1865 Bridge that was the main evacuation out of the city as it burned in 1865.  Tredegar American Civil War Center that is the main foundry for the south during the Civil War and St Paul’s Church where Robert E Lee and Jefferson Davis both worshiped.

Your guide will also take you to the Old City Hall, one of the best examples of Gothic architecture in the country, Egyptian Building, Monumental Church where Edgar Allen Poe’s mother performed as an actress and which met with great tragedy.  Then there is the State Capitol grounds designed by Thomas Jefferson and the oldest capitol in the country.  We will also provide great photo ops in areas that only Segway's are allowed to get up close.  You will also be lead to Court End, which is the wealthiest area of the city in the early 1900s and includes Supreme Court Justice John Marshall House-oldest brick home in the city.  

To round off this trip you will see Museum of the Confederacy, that was Jefferson Davis’s home during the Civil War.  This tour has it all and you will see as much as we can show you in this amazing adventure.
Write a ReviewReviews (12)

1 - 5 of 7 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Great fun!

You'll want the two-hour tour, not the one-hour tour. It takes about 15 minutes to really get the hang of the segway, and there's so much to see! You get a brief lesson and practice time, then you're off to see the landmarks. Guides are...More

Thank Karen B
Reviewed 8 May 2018 via mobile
Husband’s first Segway experience

My husband and I did the 2 hour tour with Marc on Sunday afternoon. My husband loved the experience and now I know he will do it again. We saw more of Richmond and learned more than we certainly would have by walking.

Thank Sprout211
Reviewed 26 April 2018
Recommended!

A fun way to spend some time on a Segway and learn a little bit about Richmond's history from our tour guides Grace and Mark. My kids (14,19 & 24) and I enjoyed our mini-tour.

1  Thank Carolyn W
Reviewed 31 March 2018
Staff was a 5, tour was more of a 3 for us. We took the 2hr historical tour.

The staff was excellent, the guide did a great job of getting everybody up to speed on the Segways & explaining the landmarks. While the tour was interesting and it's always fun to ride a Segway, we just expected to see more history in a...More

1  Thank catt4
Reviewed 26 November 2017
Great Tour!

My husband and I took the tour on Monday before Thanksgiving. Grace, our guide, was wonderful. She is full of information and conveys it in a humorous manner. I was pleasantly surprised that the company still had tours so late in the season. This worked...More

Thank TravelingMomUSA84
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