I got lucky on a Friday morning. Our tour was with Guide Veronica, me and 2 other people. So it was a very personal tour and we took some more time at places than we would have with a larger group. The video and instructions...More
Explore Chicago's Museum Campus in record time on a Segway, enabling you to cover more ground in less time when compared to walking. All Segway training and equipment are included, making this tour accessible to beginners. Cruise the 57-acre (23-hectare) park, passing highlights such as the Lake Michigan shoreline, Grant Park, and Buckingham Fountain, while learning about the city through guided commentary.
Meet your guide and group at a central location for an orientation and instructions on how to ride the 2-wheeled, self-balancing electric scooter. Once you get comfortable, take off through Chicago's Museum Campus in the company of your guide. In just a few hours, you cover seven or eight miles, depending on the tour length chosen, enabling you to see more area highlights.
With your small group of no more than eight people and your guide in the lead, glide by Buckingham Fountain, along Chicago's Lake Michigan shoreline, and past Shedd Aquarium and Soldier Field. Listen to your guide's commentary on the history and culture of the area, stopping for lots of photos along the way in front of Chicago landmarks.
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Highly recommend visiting this tour company. The Segway trip was fantastic, we had great views of the city and a great architectural understanding of Chicago. Dave was highly helpful throughout the activities and I highly recommend requesting him when you give them a call. I...More
Raquel was the absolute best! We had such a fun time touring Grant Park, Buckingham Fountain, The Field Museum, The Planetarium and Shedd Aquarium before a beautiful ride up the lakefront. Raquel was a knowledgeable historian and a great storyteller. The staff did a great...More
The group I was on is 5 people, Dylon (I might misspell) was our guide, he is very knowledgable and funny, also he wasn't like the some of those tour guide that gave you 100 rules. Short review as I don't like writing much, but...More