About Segway Nation Austin
Segway tours with segway Nation Austin offers 6 segway tours, bike rentals, and self guided bike tours. Segway tours with Segway Natiion Austin allows you to visit many of the city's most historic site such as the capitol building, Congress Avenue bat bridge, and 6th street. Ghost and Bat tours usually start at 7PM and are available from March to October. Tours fill up fast so we recommend you book your tour online.
Segway Tours Offered with Segway Nation Austin
Our most popular tour, designed to be a fun, entertaining and very informative tour of the Texas capitol. This Segway tour also offers more fantastic photo opportunities than any other tour! We explore Austin’s historic past, rocking present and bright future including many historic landmarks throughout the downtown area.
“Ride it” Tour - Noon & 2pm - 1.5 hours - $49/person
This Segway tour explores the core of downtown Austin, and offers a lot of time to ride and play on the Segways, while also getting some fun facts about Austin and great historical stories.
Fun Run Tour - 4pm & 5:30pm - 1 hour - $39/person
This Segway tour explores the Texas capitol building, Texas state history museum and parts of downtown Austin. This tour is geared more towards the sight-seeing, photo taking, and Segway riding time, rather than the history of Austin.
Haunted Ghost and Bat Tour - 7pm - 2.5 hours - $69/person
Our Ghost and Bat tour include begins with a trip to visit one of Texas’ most beautiful structures- The Capital. Then we make our way to the Congress Street Bridge to watch over one million bats take flight in mass at dusk. We then focus our history discussions more towards Austin’s ghostly history and make visits to the Driskell hotel, the Paramount theater, Austin’s “Moonlight Towers” and finish the tour in one of Austin’s most haunted buildings: The old opera house- which is now The Austin Club for hors d’oeuvres.
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