Segways have arrived in Baltimore! What an easy way to see this beautiful city? No walking - just smooth, fun riding with expert narration by your guide! Be one of the first to ride one of these fun machines!
- Baltimore Inner City Safari Segway Tour
- An easy and fun way to see Baltimore
- Expert narration by your guide
- View the many incredibly tiny houses, taverns and shops
Fell's Point dates back to November 1730 with the original land purchase by its founder William Fell. As you ride the sidewalks view the many incredibly tiny houses, taverns and shops that served the community from the 1790's and early 1800's. As you tour the district, imagine a plague ravaged neighborhood full of sailors, immigrants and the poor battling the English in the early 1800's only then to be thrown into Martial Law during the civil war as it was torn by allegiances to both the North and the South.
Designated as Maryland's first National Historic District, Fell's Point is now considered an upscale neighborhood with a strong artist community. Segway by the "trendy" waterfront restaurants, boutiques and pubs on your way to Robert Long's house dating back to 1765. Then on to the waterfront and historic Patterson Park one of the oldest parks in Baltimore. Patterson Park is renown as the site where Baltimoreans rallied on September 12, 1814 to protect the city from the threat of a British invasion. As you ride through the park you will experience the capabilities of the Segway and be exposed to the diversity of this unique neighborhood from regular local festivals in the park to the large Pagoda on Fort Hill.
Each safari size is limited to six (6) riders to ensure you have the best possible experience!
All riders must be at least 16 years of age to participate.
Reviewed by Robert B, September 2012
This tour was so much more fun than ever expected. Our guide was very friendly and really knew his stuff! We had a lot of laughs and I would do it again in a heartbeat. The views of the City and the information we learned was very helpful for the remainder of our stay. I would suggest doing the tour toward the beginning of your trip and try to do the 10A weekday tour! It felt like a private tour.
Reviewed by ROBERT R. W, May 2012
My wife and i enjoyed the tour very much, other than it was very cold for noon on April 28, 2012. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and professional. Unfortunately it was his last day. Lookin gforward to riding the Segways again.