Downtown Los Angeles 2-Hour Segway Tour
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- Zip through downtown LA on a guided Segway tour
- Take in views of the Los Angeles skyline and the city’s skyscrapers
- Visit Olvera Street, the birthplace of Los Angeles
Los Angeles was founded in 1781, making it quite old by American standards. See the famous sites and skyscrapers of this sunny California city while learning about the area’s history from your professional and knowledgeable guide.
At the beginning of your tour, your guide will teach you how to properly glide on a new Segway. This amazing electric vehicle has been dubbed the bike of the future! Slight leans to the right and left, forward and back, will take you through the sunny streets of the City of Angels.
This informative, unforgettable Segway journey through Tinseltown includes a brief history of downtown Los Angeles to give you background information on what you’ll be seeing. Then you’ll head off to see such famous sites as LA Live, the Convention Center, the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Nokia Theatre, Club Nokia, Staples Center, the Grammy Museum, the Los Angeles Times building, Los Angeles City Hall, the Grand Central Market, the Financial District, and Olvera Street, the birthplace of LA.
- Safety instruction
- Professional guide
- Snacks and beverages
- Hotel pick-up and drop off
This tour meets outside the front lobby of JW Marriott Hotel at L.A. Live where the valet takes cars. JW Marriott Hotel Los Angeles at L.A. LIVE 900 West Olympic Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90015 Parking: Please note that we do not pay to valet your car. When driving here, the best place to park is in the LA Live Parking Garage. Parking fees do apply. Parking is USD 5.00 for the first 2 hours. It is USD 5.00 per every 30 minutes thereafter. The maximum fee charged for parking is USD 25.00. On Sunday the metered street parking is free. We strongly recommend parking in the parking lot at the L.A. Live complex. The lot is located on the south side of (same side as the hotel) on Olympic Blvd. and the cross street is Francisco Street.
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