Two-Hour Boston Segway Tour with Souvenir Photo or One-Hour Tour for One or Five from Boston By Segway (Up to 58% Off)

North End

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In a Nutshell

Riders glide down Boston's scenic Harborwalk or roll out from historic Northside to visit city's treasure trove of monuments & battlegrounds

The Fine Print

Expires Mar 1st, 2013. Limit 1/person, may buy more as gifts. Limit 1/visit. Limit 5/group. Not valid until 3/1/12. Valid only for option purchased. 48hr cancel notice or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Must be 18+ or be accompanied by parent. 100lb weight min, 310lb weight max. Must sign waiver & wear helmet. Credit card & valid ID required at booking & check-in. Not valid 5/28, 7/4, or 9/3. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Groups of 5 assessed 10% gratuity of full value at check-in. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Segway tours represent another step toward the inevitable fusion of man, machine, and commentary track. Give in to technological destiny with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $30 for a one-hour segway tour of Boston for one (a $60 value)
  • $45 for a two-hour segway tour of Boston for one with a 5”x7” souvenir photograph (a $97.95 total value)
  • $125 for a one-hour segway tour of Boston for up to five (up to a $300 value)<p>

Boston By Segway

Freewheeling around historic hallmarks and architecture, Boston By Segway, formerly Boston Gliders, has led more than 100,000 sightseers through Bean Town atop intuitive, easy-to-maneuver segways. Tours, which kick off every half-hour, range from one to two hours; the shorter version trundles down Boston's Harborwalk, and the longer sojourn ventures past historic hotspots including Faneuil Hall and Bunker Hill. To get acquainted with the segway, all upright rollers speed through a half-hour how-not-to-crash course, getting acquainted with the natural, fluid steering and learning how to propel the vehicle forward using a carrot tied to a stick. Armed with digital cameras, the urban sherpas snap shots throughout the tour for purchase afterward, and customers may take their own pictures as long as they briefly hop off the segway.


Reviews

We are locals, and were looking to do something different. We had a blast!

m0m0fbride, TripAdvisor, 12/17/11

It was the most fun we had in Boston. It really was easy to ride the Segway. Our guide was personable and fun. You really get to see things close up.

LAtoEverywhere, TripAdvisor, 11/16/11

Tips

  • “Go and have fun, it was a great time and the guide "Captain Nick" was terrific!!!”

  • “Fantastic time, try it you'll love it.”

  • “Good tour route, covering parts of Boston, Charlestown, and Cambridge. Stan was a fine and friendly guide, though his narration was a better fit with people from...”

    “Good tour route, covering parts of Boston, Charlestown, and Cambridge. Stan was a fine and friendly guide, though his narration was a better fit with people from outside greater Boston or out of state. Segways are great fun to ride!”

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    North End

    420 Commercial St.

    Boston, Massachusetts 02109

    617-273-2450

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