Atlanta City Sightseeing Tour by Segway
Glide through Downtown Atlanta, pass the over the iconic Jackson Street bridge, then hop over to the Old Fourth Ward and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Park, which commemorates the famous civil rights leader. Pass the red brick walls of the venerable Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Dr. King, his father, and grandfather all served as ministers. In the 1960s, the church evolved into a spiritual haven for civil rights activists.
You'll visit Inman Park, once the site of legendary Civil War battles. Marvel at the grand old homes — the area was also part of the first-planned Atlanta suburb in the late 19th century — as you snap photos and experience a glimpse of the Atlanta Beltline, a former 22-mile (35-km) railroad corridor that is being redeveloped into a network of public parks and multi-use trails. It’s yet another example of the treasures to be found in this dynamic city! to the Cabbagetown neighborhood and hear about its transformation from small mill town to an artist haven with terrific restaurants. Keep an eye out for colorful street murals as you go. Continue to the historic Oakland Cemetery, the final resting place of many of Atlanta’s most notable citizens, and take in its architectural flourishes and peaceful gardens.
During your journey around Atlanta’s neighborhoods and quieter streets, you’ll gain an understanding of the city’s past and present while learning fun facts from your experienced guide. After 2.5 hours, return to the starting point to end your tour.
- Local guide
- 2.5-hr guided tour
- 15-minute to 30-minute training
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Minimum age is 14 years. Children must be accompanied by an adult
- All passenger weights MUST be at least 100 lbs (45 kg) to 260 lbs (117 kg)
- Dress Code: no flip flops, or loose/hanging clothing; it is recommended that you bring hat, sunscreen and sunglasses
- Due to fall risk, no pregnant guests are allowed
I truly enjoyed hearing the history of the city and seeing all the building new and old and finding out how the park has transformed several times. It had been drizzling and raining during the day and you had a poncho for me and all was good. I like how on the lesson of learning how to control the Segway you had two ramps put together the uneven to simulate what might happen, that was very helpful. Not on this tour but on others that would have been very helpful. thank you for a great tour.
Fun!! This was my first time on a segwag. CK and Patrick were great with instruction/training and knowledgeable and fun tour guides. Highly recommend!
It was a fun experience riding a Segway. The tour was great and CK did an excellent job. He is very knowledgeable and takes safety very seriously.
We had a fantastic time. CK was a great guide--very knowledgeable about Atlanta, and gave us informative and fun history. He was also great as a Segway guide, being alert and careful for everyone in the tour, and those who we were scooting past.
We took this tour with ATL-Cruzers in late March and it was great! C.K. and Steve were our guides and they both did a great job! C. K. is a native of Atlanta and obviously very passionate about his home town. They both were very knowledgeable and answered all our questions, even ones nothing to do with the tour. We started in downtown Atlanta among the sky scrapers, but for a good portion of the tour we were out in the neighborhoods away from the traffic. They shared a lot of interesting facts about the history of Atlanta and the things we were seeing from shotgun houses to mansions. Don't miss trying out the local popsicles when they stop there, they are great. We had a whole basketball team come at the same time as our tour, but they brought in extra guides so they could take care of everyone and keep on schedule. After the training session they split us up into smaller groups which made it nice. Besides the fun of the tour itself, the Segways are a lot of fun to ride! My wife and I do the Segway tour wherever we go on vacation. Great tour! Highly recommended!