Like a gondola ride, a pedicab ride combines slow-paced sightseeing with the sweet sounds of little birds eating pennies and shaking themselves. Lend your ears, eyes, and sittin’ muscles to today's deal: for $25, you get a one-hour historic downtown tour from Golzern Pedicabs (a $50 value). The pedicabs have room for up to two adults and one child, and pedal off from in front of El Guapo's at the corner of Third and Elgin.
Pumping through the Tulsa streets since 2005, Golzern Pedicab's fleet of wheeled chariots takes visitors and hometown explorers on eco-friendly journeys. Riding side-by-side with gas-addicted autos, passengers are free to snap photos of passing landmarks, storefronts, and jealous, leg-dependent pedestrians. As the bikeshaw pilot pushes the party along, he or she will spritz knowledge into the breeze, allowing facts and insight to sprinkle into ear canals. The tour is handy for a romantic date, a thoughtful diversion for out-of-town in-laws, or a journey to discover newly opened eateries and museums dedicated to Pat Boone's childhood. Tour-goers must reserve rides online.
Gratuity is not included.
332 E 1st St.
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74120-1825Get Directions