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Small-Group Segway Scooter Tour of Old Town Alexandria

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Beat the heat! See all of the historic Old Town Alexandria while cruising around on our self-balancing scooter.

All tours begin with a short training session where we will teach you how to ride our self-balancing scooter. And then it’s off to the streets! Your knowledgeable tour guide will lead you through the city on your Segway adventure!

By riding on a Segway, you’ll be able to cover three times as much ground as walking! And unlike a bus tour of Old Town, we give you the opportunity to enjoy the fresh air and explore the history and architecture of Old Town at a leisurely pace.

All riders will receive a headset to clearly hear the guide.

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Itinerary
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Pass By: Alexandria City Hall & Market Square, 301 King St, Alexandria, VA 22314-3211

G-Dubz served as a judge at the court which was in the city hall building during Washingtons time.We will see where he would hold court. Learn more about GW while we cruise through Old Town.

Pass By: Gadsby's Tavern Museum, 134 N Royal St, Alexandria, VA 22314-3226

Pub frequented by George Washington during his stays in Alexandria. Where he had his b-day parties and would be known to frequent during his trips to Old Town.

Pass By: 508 Cameron St, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA

Georege Washington's home away from home in Alexandria. This where he stayed when he was out for a night on the town away from Mt. Vernon

Pass By: Spite House Alexandria, 523 Queen St, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA

Narrowest house in America and classic tourist sight in Alexandria.

Pass By: Alexandria's Christ Church, 118 N Washington St, Alexandria, VA 22314-3023

George Washingtons Church, come see where he had some pew and the honorary plaque for his palebears.

Pass By: Swann-Daingerfield House Historical Marker, 712 Prince St, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA

In the Alexandria Historic District, the Swann-Daingerfield House features high-style Second Empire architecture in a city known mostly for its Colonial, Georgian, and Federal residential styles. Originally built in the Federal style in 1800 for Thomas Swann, a U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, the Swann-Daingerfield House was the residence of three generations of the Daingerfield family, notable Alexandrians

Pass By: The Patton-Fowle House Historical Marker, 711 Prince St, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA

Originally built in 1797 by James Patton, it was purchased in 1819 by William Fowle, who owned a substantial portion of the Alexandria Canal Company and a local bank.

Pass By: The Lyceum, 201 S Washington St, Alexandria, VA 22314-3697

The Alexandria Lyceum was founded in 1838, by a group of well-educated local men with an interest in improving public educational and cultural opportunities throughout the community. In 1839, the group joined with the Alexandria Library to construct a new home for both organizations, the building known today simply as The Lyceum.

Pass By: Contrabands and Freedmen Cemetery, South Washington and Church Streets, Alexandria, VA 22314

It was established in February 1864 by the Union military commander of the Alexandria District for use as a cemetery for the burial of African Americans who had escaped slavery, known as contrabands and freedmen. During early Reconstruction, it was operated by the Freedmen's Bureau.

Pass By: Jones Point Lighthouse, jones Point Park, Alexandria, VA

The Jones Point Light is a small river lighthouse located on the Potomac River in Alexandria, Virginia. It was built in 1855. It is a small, one-story house with a lantern on top and served primarily as a warning light for naval ships approaching the Washington Navy Yard.

Pass By: District of Columbia Boundary Stone, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA

See the boundary stone that represented the southern boarder of DC from 1790s to 1851.

Pass By: Old Town Waterfront, Alexandria, VA

Scenic view of the Potomac where George Washington and other famous founders would have watch the Revolution.

Pass By: Wilkes Tunnel, 398 Wilkes St, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA

Sight of early train travel in Alexandria, where the Ohio Railroad company would take from the boat in the port and return to the west, now a picturesque tunnel.

Pass By: Athenaeum, 201 Prince St, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA

The Athenaeum is one of Alexandria’s two surviving examples of Greek revival neo-classic architecture open to the public. The elegant rooms have 24-foot high coved ceilings, enormous windows and beautiful woodwork. The exterior features four soaring Doric columns across the portico and walls of stucco over stone and brick.

Pass By: Carlyle House, 121 N Fairfax St, Alexandria, VA 22314-3229

A Georgian manor house built in 1753 by merchant and city founder John Carlyle. Here, five royal governors and General Braddock met to discuss funding of the French and Indian War. Daily tours, youth programs, special events, exhibits and lectures offer visitors a chance to experience eighteenth century life through the eyes of one man and his family as he made the journey from English citizen to American patriot.

Pass By: Bank of Alexandria, 133 N Fairfax St, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA

The Bank of Alexandria is a historic bank building located at Alexandria, Virginia, United States. It was built in 1807, and consists of a three-story main block, with a two-story east wing. The main block is five bays wide and 7 bays deep. It was converted for use as the Mansion House Hotel in the 1840s.

Additional Information

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 8 travelers
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
Inclusions
  • Use of Segway


Exclusions
  • Alcoholic Beverages


Departure Point
Market Square, 300 King St, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA


Departure Time
1:00 PM

Duration
60 to 90 minutes

Return Details
Returns to original departure point


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