Traveling by segway is faster than walking yet still better for the environment than filling your car with hairspray. Keep your city green while touring it with this Groupon.
- $37 for a historic Segway tour (up to $69 value)
This Groupon is valid for any segway tour in Austin, San Antonio, or Dallas. Tours vary in duration from 1 to 2.5 hours, with options ranging from the Haunted Bat and Ghost Segway tour ensures riders visit some of Austin's most haunted downtown buildings alongside other famous landmarks, such as the Driskill Hotel and Lady Bird Lake. In San Antonio, riders can visit landmarks including The Alamo, Tower of the Americas, and HemisFair Park. The sightseeing Fun-Run tour in Dallas—which goes through downtown, Dealey Plaza, and the JFK Memorial—to the lengthier Executive tour, which tacks on visits to Victory Park and American Airlines Center.
Nation Tours, Inc.
Nation Tours, Inc. lets people explore Texas's rich history and culture seven days a week while aboard self-balancing vehicles. Rolling through Austin's past, their guides spin tales of prominent landmarks such as the Texas State Capitol building and Lady Bird Lake. These adventures echo in San Antonio, where Segways travel 6 times each day through The Alamo and Houston Street. In Dallas, convoys also leave 6 times daily and zip past historic sites such as Dealey Plaza, Thanksgiving Square, newly built Victory Park, the 6th Floor Museum where Lee Harvey Oswald fired at JFK, the Dallas Maverick's American Airline's Arena, and The JFK Memorial. When night falls across either city, tours send a spooky chill down sightseers' spines during their signature City Lights Ghost tour. Depending on the tour, various other sites may include: the haunted Menger Hotel, the Tower of the Americas, one of the oldest cathedrals in America, the San Fernando Cathedral, HemisFair Park, the River Walk, and San Antonio's La Villita art village. Segways zip across each city's haunted locations, outrunning ghosts who don't have the physical weight to lean their Segways forward.