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2-Hour Guided Segway Tour of Downtown Las Vegas

Highlights
  • Explore Las Vegas’ historic downtown area with a guide
  • Travel between highlights of Las Vegas on an easy-to-ride Segway
  • A fun and informative tour ideal for first-time visitors
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2-Hour Guided Segway Tour of Downtown Las Vegas
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Overview
Glide through the streets of downtown Las Vegas on this Segway tour, a great choice for first-time visitors. See the Fremont Street Experience, Las Vegas’ classic casinos and wedding chapels, the revitalized Fremont East district, the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop from the television show Pawn Stars, and the Mob Museum. A headset is provided so you don't miss a word your guide says.
What to Expect
Meet your guide at a convenient central location in Las Vegas’ Arts District. After a short safety briefing and Segway orientation, you’ll be gliding on your own in no time.
Take off along the streets of the historic downtown area and see some of the attractions that have made Las Vegas famous, such as the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop from the television show Pawn Stars and the Mob Museum.
Glide through the Fremont Street Experience, pass by Las Vegas’ oldest casinos and wedding chapels, and visit the revitalized Fremont East district. Learn about the city’s history and hear stories about Las Vegas that the locals don’t even know.
See the city’s vibrant street art and large-scale murals as you glide back to the Arts District, and then end your tour at the original meeting spot.
Reviews (47)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Segway Tour

Did the 2 hour tour and was pleasantly amazed! Philena took us around and showed us all we have been missing in Old Vegas. Great tour to take amazing tour guide!

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank Jenifer B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Filomina was an excellent guide

March 9, 2019 We took the two hour downtown LV tour with Filomina. She was great, very knowledgeable and obviously loves LV. I have lived in LV for 20+ years and learned things I was unaware of. Highly recommend. I have toured with this company...More

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank Resort793405
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
One of our favorite things in Vegas!

First, the staff is AWESOME, helpful, kind and really cares about the customer. Second, the Segways are easy to ride, fun and a different way to see Vegas. We loved the guided tour, learning about the history of downtown and having breaks in the tour...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Linda L
Reviewed December 9, 2018 via mobile
Old Town Vegas

We booked a 2 hour tour for 3 couples. We showed up an hour early and they were able to accommodate us, so we didn’t have to wait. Five of the six of us had never rode a Segway before. They have a training area...More

1  Thank G4451KBbeckyg
Reviewed December 4, 2018
Informative and fun!

My family and I learned a lot of great tidbits about Las Vegas. While riding I was leaving myself voice notes of things I'd like to go back and do/see. We stopped at interesting places I didn't know existed and learned history as well. Great...More

Date of experience: November 2018
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Donna B
December 30, 2018|
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Response from hunterf923 | Reviewed this property |
Museum was not included, but you might call and ask if it could. They were very helpful and professional.
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May 18, 2018|
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Response from Ruby G | Reviewed this property |
You train for about 5 minutes per person...then off you go, for at least another hour and 45 minutes, with some breaks while looking at sights. The breaks are nice because your feet do get tired.
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