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Glide through Baltimore and enjoy its historical attractions by Segway. On this 90-minute tour, zoom around effortlessly and see the city’s top sites including Fell’s Point, Patterson Park, Federal Hill and the National Aquarium. Hear unique and fascinating stories on the waterfront city from an informative guide. This Baltimore Segway tour is limited to just 10 people, ensuring more personalized attention.
Experience the sights of central Baltimore on a Segway tour, an easier way to cover more ground than a walking tour while still enjoying the fresh air. At your selected departure time, meet your guide in a central location near the waterfront. Your 90-minute tour begins with a safety briefing. Put on your helmet and get familiar with operating your two-wheeled Segway.
Once you’ve practiced and are ready to roll, let your guide lead the way and set off along the streets of Baltimore. During your tour, hear commentary about the history of Fell’s Point and the rest of Baltimore, from pirates to the American Revolution to the Civil War.
Cruise through the Fell's Point Historic District, dating back to 1730 and listed on the US National Register of Historic Places. Ride along the leafy streets, admiring the houses, shops, cafes and taverns that make the waterfront district a popular destination.
After seeing architect Robert Long's house, ride through Patterson Park, which hosts many local festivals, and spot the large pagoda on Hampstead Hill. One of the city’s oldest parks, Patterson Park is where the people of Baltimore rallied on September 12, 1814, to protect the city from the threat of a British invasion.
Depending on the time, other central Baltimore attractions you may see include Federal Hill, Little Italy, Harbor East, the Douglas Myers Museum, Shot Tower, Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse, the Baltimore World Trade Center, USS Constellation, Star-Spangled Banner Flag House, the National Aquarium and the US Coast Guard Cutter Taney.
Head back to the departure point, where your tour ends.