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Historic Downtown Savannah: Guided Segway Tour

1. Historic Downtown Savannah: Guided Segway Tour

Glide along the streets of Savannah on a guided tour for either 60 or 90 minutes, seeing some of the city’s most beautiful and mystifying historical sites. Receive training on operating the Segway, get fitted with a helmet and radio, and then head out on the tour route with an experienced guide. Visit sites where Union soldiers fought and see the home where General William T. Sherman stayed while in Savannah on his march to the sea. Experience the rich history of Savannah while also getting to see the fun and modern side. See the bench where Forrest Gump shared his box of chocolates. Put yourself into the famous bus scene from Forrest Gump and learn a few Hollywood secrets that only the locals know about. Ride around the sites from other movies including Something to Talk About, and The Conspirator. See the lovely Mercer-Williams home from the famous book, and later the movie, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, and hear the true story of Mr. Jim Williams. Savannah is known as one of the most haunted cities in America. Ride past some of the haunted homes and hear the stories of their ghostly residents. Continue on past a cemetery as your guide entertains you with stories and reveals which significant historic figure is buried there. The Segway allows you an effortless way to see the Spanish moss hanging from the majestic live oaks, and some of the ironwork found all around the city, such as iron street signs, banisters, and even a beautiful wrought iron sunflower door. Admire the original antebellum architecture, the monuments, war cannons, and fountains that grace the beautiful squares throughout the city. The 90-minute tour option includes a visit to either the Harper Fowlkes House or the Webb Military Museum.

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Atlanta: Downtown, Midtown or Eastside Segway Tour

2. Atlanta: Downtown, Midtown or Eastside Segway Tour

Discover Atlanta in a fun and exciting way by gliding around on Segway. Learn about the rich culture and history as you explore some of the eclectic neighborhoods of this fascinating southern city. Choose one of three tours to explore different parts of Atlanta. Each segway tour begins with a 15-20 minute training session so that you feel safe and comfortable as you hit the streets on these vehicles.  On the Eastside Atlanta 2.5-hour tour, see the historic sites and neighborhoods of Atlanta on a relaxed tour that takes an in-depth look at the city’s history and culture. Meet your group at the meeting point and set off, avoiding the busy sidewalks and congested streets. Go to the Inman Park neighborhood to explore Atlanta's first planned suburb, established back in the 1890’s. Continue to the Martin Luther King National Park, located at his boyhood home on Auburn Avenue. Explore the traditionally African American neighborhood of Old Fourth Ward (O4W), where King grew up. Go to the Historic Oakland Cemetery, one of Atlanta’s largest green spaces. Cruise through Grant Park, Atlanta’s oldest public park, and look out for the renovated mill in the artistic Cabbagetown district. Along the way, your guide will stop to introduce you to some of the city's specialty stores and there may even be the chance for food tastings along the way.  On the Midtown Atlanta 2.5-hour tour, experience the soaring skyscrapers and leafy neighborhoods of Atlanta and enjoy great views of architecture and urban nature. Pass the modern skyscrapers of the Midtown Business District en route to the lovely houses of Ansley Park. Marvel at a diverse range of building styles, from opulent Tudor homes to Craftsmen and Italian Renaissance buildings in the heart of the city. Discover one of the fastest growing areas of Atlanta at Centennial Olympic Park, bordered by many of the city's top attractions. Glide into Midtown, known for its diversity of restaurants that you cane come back and visit some of them after the tour. Pass the Georgia Institute of Technology, one of America’s top research universities, distinguished by its commitment to improving the human condition through advanced science and technology. Then, escape the hustle and bustle of the city center as you roll past the lush landscape of Atlanta Botanical Garden. Continue to Piedmont Park, Atlanta’s “Common Ground” since 1904, always alive with a range of outdoor activities.  The Downtown Atlanta 90-minute evening tour is a leisurely journey through historic Downtown Atlanta. From Atlanta’s early beginnings, the Centennial Olympics, and current day expansion. Come and see why the city is noted as the Capitol of the south. See sites including the Centennial Olympic Park, Georgia Aquarium, CNN Headquarters, World of Coke, Mercedes Benz Stadium, and Georgia State University. Venture into the historic Fairlie Poplar district of downtown. This tour is great for picture opportunities. You will learn, explore, and get sound recommendations on restaurants and other things to do in the area.

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From Savannah: Tybee Island Guided Segway Tour

3. From Savannah: Tybee Island Guided Segway Tour

Enjoy an afternoon of fun gliding along beautiful Tybee Island, just 25 minutes outside of Savannah. Discover military installations, historic sites, and amazing ecology on your 60-minute guided Segway tour in this historically strategic location where the Savannah River meets the Atlantic. Meet at the local partner's shop in Savannah and hop on your transport to Tybee. Along the way, see the mighty Fort Pulaski, occupied by both the Union and the Confederate States during the Civil War. Past the fort, catch sight of Georgia's smallest lighthouse, the Cockspur Lighthouse, marking the South Channel of the Savannah River. Upon arrival in Tybee, you'll be fitted with a helmet and headset to make sure you're safe and able to clearly hear your guide during your tour. Then, cover twice as much ground as on a walking tour as your guide tells you all about this amazing island. Training is also provided to make sure you are comfortable riding your Segway. The tour concludes at the original meeting point after you are transported back to Savannah.

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What people are saying about Georgia

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 46 reviews

A wonderful tour of the East side on 11/12/21; and our guide, "Sister," as we were asked to call her, was phenomenal. You can tell she loves what she does by her contagious smile and fantastic demeanor. Safety of everyone on the tour was paramount from the initial briefing to every road hazard being communicated in a loud enough voice that you could hear her in the back of the line. Thank you, Sister, for such a wonderful experience!

Went on the Eastside tour which included MLK birthplace (home), final resting place, and some of the most beautiful graffiti art I have ever seen. A must see. Patrick and Cousin M are fabulous. Their safety protocols and training are second to none. We have done segway tours all over the world and have never had such extensive safety training. So for those of you who have never ridden a segway before, this is the place to do it.

The tour was very interesting. Our tour guide Gregg was super knowledgeable. He walked us through the history of Savannah, in an interesting and enjoyable way. The segway's maintenance condition is very high.

Excellent knowledgeable guides Only improvement would be the directions said to meet outside and you actually meet inside unit D

Fantastic tour! So much fun and we learned so much! Patrick was a phenomenal guide!