Church Hill Segway Tour in Richmond
Church Hill Segway Tour in Richmond is one of pure history. No one who loves to learn about history should want to miss this tour. The Church Hill Segway Tour in Richmond will be a guided tour. There will be a considerable amount of walking. Guests are asked to wear comfortable shoes.
The duration of the Church Hill Segway Tour in Richmond is approximately two hours. This is a walking tour that is about history. The minimum age for this walking tour is fourteen. This is because small children might not be interested in learning about history too much. This walking tour is over mostly level ground. The tour is suitable for guests who have mobility disabilities.
Church Hill Segway Tour in Richmond will begin at the Segway of Richmond. The tour will end at the Segway of Richmond. Guests will need to provide their own transportation to and from the meeting place at Segway of Richmond. The walking tour will begin at Segway of Richmond at approximately 2:30 PM. The tour never leaves early and rarely leaves late. The tour will be held every Monday through Friday.
Church Hill Segway Tour in Richmond includes a local guide with commentary. Church Hill Segway Tour in Richmond does not include gratuities. Gratuities are optional. Gratuities are for the local guide who provides commentary throughout the tour. Gratuities are appreciated.
Church Hill Segway Tour in Richmond is a tour of the rich history of Richmond, Virginia. Church Hill Segway Tour in Richmond is a walking tour. Guests are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes. The tour will be guided by a local professional. The tour guide will provide commentary throughout the tour.
On this 2-hour segway tour of the historic Church Hill area of Richmond., you will be lead by a professional guide that will take you on a Journey through a beautiful area of Richmond. Among the highlights you will see are the site of Libby Prison, which was a confederate prison during the American Civil War that had an infamous reputation for the overcrowded and harsh conditions under which officer prisoners from the Union Army were kept.
Then you will experience Libby Hill which is located on the southeastern section of Church Hill, overlooking the James River, this area will provide beautiful views of the river for you to take photos.
The Masonic Lodge that George Washington and Lafayette visited that is the oldest operating lodge in the country and where Patrick Henry gave his famous "Give me Liberty or Give me Death" speech as well as Chimborazo Park, site of the largest war time hospital in history.
Throughout this amazing journey, you will see incredible Iron fencing along with some of the oldest and most beautiful homes in the city, as Richmond is only second to New Orleans in iron works and fencing.
Pickup & Return:
Segway of Richmond.
Departure Times: Monday - Friday
- All taxes, fees and handling charges
- Professionally Guided Tour
Does not include:
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Dress code is casual
- Minimum age is 14 years
- Not recommended for pregnant women