What to Do & See in Pittsburgh: Spring Edition (Part 2)

What to Do & See in Pittsburgh: Spring Edition (Part 2)

After another frigid winter, Spring has finally arrived. Celebrate the warmer weather by getting outside and spending a few hours exploring the city on a Segway! Segway Pittsburgh offers a variety of tours with an experienced guide who will have you gliding effortlessly along while enjoying all the sights of this wonderful city. No matter what your interests, Segway Pittsburgh has a memorable tour for you.

Experience Downtown Pittsburgh in a Unique Way

The Segway Pittsburgh Historical Experience. This is the original Segway tour of Pittsburgh and is still one of the best ways for visitors to learn about the fascinating parts of the city. This 2-hour tour features a five-mile journey through spectacular parks and plazas, over landmark bridges and along the waterfront. Listen to your tour guide as they tell you stories about what made Pittsburgh what it is today where it is heading.

The City Lights Tour. Magic happens when the sun goes down. Spend the evening exploring the Golden Triangle and take in the beauty of Pittsburgh at night. Explore Market Square, the Cultural District, PPG Place and Point State Park on this 90-minute tour. Highlights of this trip include a 73,000-gallon fountain which shoots water up to 200 feet in the air and the chance to see stunning, one-of-a-kind architecture.

The Segway Pittsburgh Historical Experience. This is the original Segway tour of Pittsburgh and is still one of the best ways for visitors to learn about the fascinating parts of the city. This 2-hour tour features a five-mile journey through spectacular parks and plazas, over landmark bridges and along the waterfront.

Destination Tours. Do you want to combine the experience of riding a Segway with the opportunity to visit one of Pittsburgh’s greatest attractions? Then consider booking a Destination Tour. Each Destination Tour features a different attraction. Current destinations include the Fort Pitt Museum, Carnegie Science Center, National Aviary, Heinz History Center, Andy Warhol Museum, and the Wood Street Art Gallery. These 2.5-hour tours include the price of admission.

All tours for Segway Pittsburgh begin at 125 West Station Drive (located at the Freight House Shops in the food court) and operate every day between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Your tour guide will teach you everything you need to know to ride your Segway safely and no prior experience is necessary. However, all participants must be 14 years old or older and weigh at least 100 pounds. You are required to wear flat-bottom shoes along with the provided helmet. The cost varies by tour. Call 412-515-3333 to learn more.

Once your tour is over, you will probably be hungry. What better way to end your Segway Pittsburgh tour than enjoying great pizza? V3 Flatbread Pizza is a unique pizza concept as original as Pittsburgh. V3 offers customers the choice of a selection of different doughs, sauces, any number of toppings, seasonings, and oils for one low price. Can’t decide? Then just order one of V3’s classic combinations. Try V3 at either the Downtown Pittsburgh location at 11 Fifth Ave. or the Lawrenceville location at 4500 Butler Street. Contact us today with any questions you may have!

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