A segway can reach a top speed of 12.5 miles per hour, akin to the top speeds of a squirrel or a fat, slow cheetah. Roll at your own pace with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $27 for a 90-minute Segway tour of Center City on Monday–Friday (up to a $65 value)
- $39 for a three-hour Segway tour of Center City on Monday–Friday (up to a $89 value)
90-minute guided tours zip four miles through Chinatown and past the Comcast Center, while three-hour excursions take a 6.5-mile route that includes sightseeing of Love Park and Gavin's Café.
The three-hour tour leaves at 9 a.m. or 2:30 p.m. on Fridays, while 90-minute tours depart at 1:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Tours meet on the southwest corner of 3rd and Arch Streets.
In between their constitution-writing duties, the Founding Fathers often relied on riding horseback and walking around Philadelphia as a form of leisurely entertainment. That laidback approach to travel still resonates at DeTours, which has only replaced the steed with the Segway. After 30-minute training sessions, guides lead up to eight passengers on treks through Center City. Groups zip past sites such as the Liberty Bell and the Philadelphia Art Museum, the spot where Sylvester Stallone performed his infamous tap dance in Rocky.
While the city tour encompasses some of the most famous locales in Philadelphia, DeTours' other journeys zero in on particular themes. The mural tour, stops at 12 stunning artworks, such as a portrait of Edgar Allan Poe and a visual history of Chinatown. The cheesesteak tour stops at five eateries so guests can sample a classic Philly steak topped with onions and whiz.
he shared a few very cool local spots that were not even on the usual "tourist" map.azchef_84, TripAdvisor, 5/20/13
took the time to make sure we felt comfortable riding the segways and were given all the safety guidelines to make sure we had the most enjoyable ridevivihassan, TripAdvisor, 5/8/13
Center City East
22 North 3rd Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106Get Directions