What You'll Get
Lewis and Clark were a frownful bunch because they were forced to tour the brimbles and brambles of the wilderness by foot. Today's Groupon gives you a discoverer's eyes with a Robocop's wheels: for $35, you get to take the Ghost and Bat Tour with Segway Nation (up to a $75 value). Tours launch daily, beginning their creeps and crawls at 7 pm.
The 2.5-hour Bat and Ghost Tour ($75) is a hauntingly seasonal affair that explores the more Scooby-snacked sections of ghostly downtown. Many guests admit to shaking in their Seg-legs when the tour stops at the Congress Avenue Bridge, where 1.5 million Mexican free-tailed bats swarm the sky like a bat out of a multiplicity machine. Other spooktacular Austin stops include the creepy Moonlight Towers as well as the lighting of the Capitol building.
Consult the schedule online and call ahead to book your adventure at least a week ahead of time.
Eight Yelpers give Segway Nation an average of five stars.
- Can't remember the last time I had this much fun!!! Would highly, highly recommend to others. The guides were so friendly and gave a good explanation/demonstration of the Segway and how to ride it safely. – S.S., Yelp
- I took the Bat/Ghost tour this past week and it was awesome. We had a bright full moon and everyone in the group got the hang of riding pretty quickly. – Tom B., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 17, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Reservation req'd one week in advance; subject to availability. 48-hour cancellation notice or Groupon is forfeited. Must be 14 or older. 260 lbs. weight max. Valid only for Ghost Tour. Gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Nation Tours
Nation Tours offers four Segway tours daily of Fort Worth. Customers can glide through the downtown Fort Worth historic district, Segway to the picturesque water gardens, and see Sundance Square. The Segway tour will also visit the Fort Worth Central Business District with many world renowned businesses having offices, the Fort Worth Convention Center, Hyde Park, and the Sleeping Panther Statue.