Price: $90 weekdays; $100 Weekends  Book Now  >

This tour is approximately 3 hours (including safety instructions and hands on training).  The Full City Tour is an all encompassing tour of the downtown Philadelphia area. This signature tour should not be missed! You'll see more than 30 of Philadelphia's most popular attractions including: the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Schuylkill River, Rocky Statue, Swann Fountain, Basilica St. Peter and Paul, City Hall, China Town, various murals & art, and so much more! At the half way point, this tour stops for a quick bathroom and beverage break at Cosmic Cafe at Boathouse Row. Then you'll continue down Benjamin Franklin Parkway to ride through the Museum District, Love Park, China Town, and more!

Please Note: Guests must speak some English or bring a translator for the Segway training portion. 


       Price: $70weekdays; $80 Weekends Book Now >

This tour is approximately 2 hours long, (including safety instructions and hands on training). The Old City Tour is our most popular tour offering views and historical facts to more than 20 of Philly's most sought after attractions. This tour is the perfect snapshot for visitors to get acquainted with the Old City and Historical/Waterfront Districts as well as learn memorable historical Philly stories. Glide, discover, and explore while also learning how our country was formed on those very streets.  Some of the sites you'll see include: the Liberty Bell, Betsy Ross House, Washington Square, Penn's Landing, Powel House, 1st Bank, various murals and art, and so much more!  
Please Note: Guests must speak some English or bring a translator for the Segway training portion.  

Available in October and by request.  

Explore Philly's Legendary Past! Where there is history - there are ghosts! Hear stories of witches, treachery and murder in the birthplace of America. Discover the dark secrets, frightening truths and haunts of the supernatural in the colorful heart of Philadelphia. You'll explore the Betsy Ross House, built in the 1700's, St. Peter's Church and it's spooky cemetery, the house where Edgar Allan Poe lived and much more. Glide like a spirit through Philly's legendary past, from colonial times to present day...on a Segway!  


Our friendly, professional, and knowledgeable Segway tour guides ensure a safe and unforgettable adventure that you just can’t experience by car or through a bus window. We keep each tour group small and intimate to assure thorough Segway training and orientation, as well as maximum gliding enjoyment. 

Ashton Seiwell - A Pennsylvania native, Ashton is from the Poconos in the eastern part of the state. Having previously lead mountain Segway tours, Ashton now enjoys sharing the many points of interest in his favorite city -Philadelphia. Ashton is light hearted, fun, and he’ll be sure to share all the city highlights with you.  One such highlight is the spectacular fountain in Love Park, always a favorite for both Ashton and tour participants. You’ll never forget gliding through the fascinating streets and parks of Philadelphia with Ashton!



Deshon Arnez Lloyd - A self-described “people person”, Deshon considers every day an adventure. His interests include outdoor sports and judging professional card games. Born and raised in Philly, Deshon recommends the lively South Street area to first-time visitors; you’ll find loads of local color there, along with a bohemian flair. Wherever your favorite spot may be, Deshon’s extensive knowledge of the city is a treat for Segway tour groups. Exploring the historic streets of Philadelphia with Deshon is a guaranteed good time.

  Josh Hartman - Originally from Northeastern Pennsylvania, Josh now calls Philadelphia home. To him, the opportunity to meet such an interesting variety of people is the best thing about being a Segway Tour Guide. Josh recommends a combination of Lorenzo’s Pizza and Franklin Fountain ice cream for guests that are looking for a bite to eat. Josh is a talented composer and classical singer, so it’s no surprise that the arts of Philadelphia are his favorite aspect of the city. His knowledge of the area and infectious excitement about the city’s arts and architecture are sure to make every tour a memorable experience.    
  Mike Schupsky - When he's not guiding tours, you'll probably find Mike cheering on the Phillies or his alma mater, Temple University. He's lived in the Philadelphia area his whole life, giving him plenty of time to figure out the best destinations in the city. Mike's favorite part about being a tour guide is being able to hear the life stories of people from all over the world. Ask him where to go for something to eat, and he'll likely recommend Jim's Steaks for the best cheesesteaks in the city. Prepare to learn a ton about Philly from this knowledgeable native!