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Overall rating
4.6 / 5
based on 157 reviews

Should be room for 6 or 7 stars!!! The best tour we've had anywhere!

If you take one tour while in San Francisco, make this the one! Our tour guide Ady was remarkable as were all the staff. My wife and I had never been on a Segway before and I have to admit, I was a little nervous. But, honestly, their professional, fun and thorough safety briefings, and the practice they gave us resulted in a group of well trained riders in just 40 minutes. Extraordinary!!!! By the time we left the practice area, equipped with helmets with ear buds so we could listen to our guide, we were a group of "confident Segwayers". Now to the best part. I have been to San Francisco many times and through beautiful Golden Gate Park many times - but I had no idea of the history, the details, the glorious past and the little memorable events that make this the best city part in America!!! Ady, our guide, brought it to life in a 2 hour narration which was not only educational - it was filled with fun and humor - My hats off this group!! Just do it!

San Francisco Golden Gate Park Segway Tour Reviewed by

A great way to get your tickets and skip the long lines

California Academy of Sciences is a great place if you are interested in nature, you can experience the rainforest, visit the aquarium, experience an earthquake, and so much more, this activity will take you at least 3 hours, good idea to take breaks between exhibits. This place is always busy, so parking can be a challenge unless you are prepared to pay $24 for parking at the cal Academy garage. Buying the tickets was easy and hassle free, tried printing the ticket but the printer was out of order so I thought I could use the mobile app to enter the activity, not the case, I had to email calacademy.org the PDF version of the ticket to have our tickets issued to us, we still were able to skip the line and the staff at the Academy of Sciences was very helpful and accommodating. In short, you are better off printing the PDF version of your voucher/ticket, since Academy of Sciences does not seem equipped to scan the app from your phone.

Skip The Line: California Academy of Sciences Entrance Reviewed by

The activity was easy to learn! Staffs are very warm and helpful!

I really like the activity. it is easy to learn, even my mom, she is 50 years old, can learn during the trainings session. The training session was through and detailed. I booked the golden gate park ride, it is about 2-hour, and I already feel a little bit tired, so I only recommend the 3-hour trip to younger people. It was a fantastic experience and I will definitely go again.

San Francisco Golden Gate Park Segway Tour Reviewed by

Unbelievable experience should not be missed.

Tour of San Francisco waterfront and North Beach area on Segways is a great way to see the city. Tour guide Mark had a wealth of knowledge and great sense of humor. Took us up and down the hills and streets after properly training all of us on the correct use of the Segway. This is a great way to see the city and experience it from a new perspective.

San Francisco Golden Gate Park Segway Tour Reviewed by

Pricey but worth doing once and make sure you wear comfortable shoes.

The price was a bit high. Can't imagine doing this again unless it's cheaper. My son and I loved the staff. They were pleasant, patient, courteous and friendly. The equipment was in good condition. They made you try the Segway around a training area before letting you on your own. They had you practice until you mastered each move.

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