Chattanooga Historic Downtown 2 Hour Segway Tour
Create an exciting adventure for you and your family in Chattanooga, TN when you book tickets for the Chattanooga Historic Downtown 2-Hour Segway Tour. This invigorating activity allows visitors to see some of the best landmarks in the city while also enjoying a fun Segway ride. Whether you are there for the sightseeing or the adrenaline you'll get from the Segway ride, you're sure to have a blast!
This guided adventure begins with a short safety lesson as visitors are given a helmet and brief instruction on how to pilot the Segway. Your guide is both personable and knowledgeable, able to answer all of your questions about the city and to show you the best parts of Chattanooga. During the 2-hour guided tour, you will be able to see some of the most notable landmarks in the area, including:
Tivoli Theater: Known as the 'Jewel of the South', the Tivoli Theatre is a historic venue that has seen some of the most iconic performances in Chattanooga history. It opened in 1921 and was designed by local architect Rueben H Hunt alongside Rapp and Rapp. The theater was known for classical symphonies, film screenings, and live performances. It is on the National Register of Historic Places and is owned by Chattanooga's Department of Education, Arts, and Culture. This organization oversees the current performances of plays, film, and more!
Ross's Landing: This historic site was named for John Ross, a chief of the Cherokee Nation who established a trading post between the Cherokee Nation and the US. It was the original foundation of the modern city of Chattanooga, and it was known as one of the biggest trading areas in the South. When the US government forced the Cherokee people out of Ross's Landing during the Trail of Tears, more than 5,000 Cherokee were forced out of Ross's Landing. Currently, it is on the National Register of Historic Places and an art installation symbolizing the Cherokee struggles, religion, and history was later created by Gadugi, five Cherokee artists.
Warehouse Row: Nestled in the bustling Downtown Chattanooga, Warehouse Row is home to a variety of boutiques and restaurants. Established in 1901, this area was quickly one of the most famous landmarks in Tennessee. Currently, it is home to shops such as Embellish, lululemon, Revival, and restaurants like Public House, Goodman Coffee, and Tupelo Honey Cafe.
Miller Plaza: This park located in the central area of Chattanooga, is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy some amazing Chattanooga history. The plaza features a leisure area as well as a venue for special events that delight locals and visitors alike. The plaza is a bustling center point for shoppers, explorers, and locals alike.
During this two-hour experience, you and your loved ones will be able to zoom along on a fun Segway ride and see these notable landmarks! From the shops and restaurants of the historic Warehouse Row to the historic terminal of the Chattanooga Choo-Choo, you are certain to have a blast learning about Chattanooga's history and local atmosphere.
- What is included in the admission price for Chattanooga Historic Downtown 2 Hour Segway Tour?
Guided tour, helmet, and segway rental.
- Is Chattanooga Historic Downtown 2 Hour Segway Tour guided or a non-guided timed equipment rental?
This is a guided segway tour.
- What type of clothing is appropriate?
Close-toed shoes and comfortable clothes are recommended.
- Is food available or provided?
No. Be sure to bring sufficient water.
- Approximately how long does the Chattanooga Historic Downtown 2 Hour Segway Tour last?
It lasts approximately 2 hours.
- Is the Chattanooga Historic Downtown 2 Hour Segway Tour handicap accessible?
- Where does the tour meet?
204 Walnut Street, Chattanooga TN 37403