Annapolis City Safari Segway Tour
If the tourist does not know how to ride a Segway, then they are in for a treat. A tour guide will give lessons on how to not only ride one but how to effectively get around the city to see everything that Annapolis has to offer. All first time Segway riders can get training included in their tour. Architecture from the 17th and 18-century are present throughout the city, and the sidewalks are all brick. There are plenty of attractions such as the William Paca House. This historical place is 18-century. Other attractions include St. Mary’s Church, St. John’s College, and the Maryland State House.
Some of the history of Annapolis is fascinating. William Paca was a three-term governor of Maryland, who had a 18-century Georgian mansion named after him. This gentleman was also famous for the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Francis Scott Key, who write the Star Spangled Banner, went to St. John’s College. One of the most elegant mansions to tour is the Brice House. This magnificent home was built by the former mayor of Annapolis, James Brice.
Remember to dress for the weather. Closed toed shoes are a must. There are only six people per group. Book a historical trip to Annapolis now.
The 1.5-hour city safari begins with an indoor training session followed by street training in a secluded location. The tour then proceeds past historic locations including William Paca House, St John's College and the Maryland State House, founded in 1649. You will then travel through to West Street, past the Banneker Douglas Museum, the Court House and City Hall over to the St Mary's Church. The tour concludes with a ride around City Dock and Market Place.
All tours are limited to four passengers per departure with 1 guide so you can count on a great, intimate experience.
This tour is seasonal and operates from April to October