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Explore the streets of downtown Flagstaff—on foot, by bike, or via Segway—during this family-friendly sightseeing excursion, a great choice for first-time visitors. Hear stories of spooky ghost sightings and Wild West history, and learn fun facts about the city. A headset is provided so you don’t miss a word your guide says. Plus, choose from multiple times to easily fit this tour into your schedule.
Flagstaff is best known as the gateway to the San Francisco Peaks mountain range and the Grand Canyon, but it’s worth spending some time exploring the historic town too. On this tour, discover Flagstaff’s small-town charms on a guided tour and choose from a variety of options. Join a walking tour and enjoy extra time to browse the shops and take photos; explore further on a leisurely bike tour; or zip between the sights on a Segway.
This 3 hour tour combines the three amazing activities which are eating, story telling, and riding Segway’s! The tour begins with a Segway tutorial and training session. Once everyone is comfortable and ready to go we meander through Historic downtown Flagstaff and Heritage square before whetting your appetite with a unique seasonal handcrafted beverage. Next we explore the old town neighborhood and see the spot Flagstaff received its iconic name before we head to the historic southside neighborhood for a trendy yet tasty appetizer directly on the original rt. 66. Once the appetizer is finished we are off to explore the amazing NAU campus while letting loose on the Segways as we make our way over to the truly authentic entree. As we ride past interesting sights, hearing stories of the towns past and present until we arrive at our dessert destination to put the perfect finishing touch on our appetites as we finish off the tour back at the Flagstaff Sports Exchange.