The Music City Snapshot Segway Tour provides visitors with a unique perspective of Nashville. See the city in a different light while traveling around the entertainment district. Destinations include the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Music City Center, and the Ascend Amphitheater. Tours begin with a 30-minute training session before heading out for an hour-long jaunt through the city.
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Tour is offered at 8:30 am, 9:30 am, and 2:30 pm daily (4:30 pm tour offered May-August and peak weekends).
Riding a Segway is similar to riding a bike – it's intuitive, but nobody is born knowing how to operate it. All tours offer training so you can get familiar with the device. A Segway is not an ideal mode of touring for people with some mobility or BALANCE issues. All guests must be able to easily and quickly step on and off the Segway without any assistance, which requires physical abilities similar to climbing and descending stairs without assistance or use of a handrail. Segway riding is not recommended for pregnant women. Unfortunately, pregnant women will not be permitted to participate in these tours. You will practice on the Segway's until you feel comfortable and are ready to tour.
They encourage everyone to wear comfortable clothing and comfortable, flat shoes as you'll be on your feet for the duration of the tour. They do allow open-toed shoes. Please dress for the weather!
All of the tours start and end at the tour headquarters. The address is 217 6th Avenue, North Nashville, TN. 37219.
12 years old. No exceptions.
Segway, Inc. does suggest riders be between 100-260lbs. However, here at iRide, they don't strictly abide by this weight range suggestion. They know that the guests come in all shapes and sizes, and try their best to accommodate all. Because safety is important, they do ask that all riders have the right balance and be able to stand for the duration of their tour.
Yes, each Segway has a handlebar bag where you can store small items, including your camera.
30-minute training session before heading out on the town for an hour of fun!
Yes, they do take periodic breaks to rest and also for picture taking.
Yes, they provide and require helmets for every person on tour.
The tours operate rain or shine. They do provide ponchos. For colder weather, they highly suggest gloves! If they do have to cancel your tour due to unsafe weather conditions, they will allow you to reschedule (pending availability) or receive a full refund.