There’s a new business in town that may be able to help you fulfill your dreams of looking like a mall cop, without actually having to become one. Tulsa Segway, located at 616 S. Main St., offers Segway Tours of downtown Tulsa, allowing you to see Tulsa in a different way than you ever have before. A couple days ago, I hopped on a segway for the first time, and I felt awesome. Seriously. It’s sort of like riding a motorized horse, people. It took a couple minutes to figure out how to maneuver it, but the Tulsa Segway team trained me, and then, zzzzip! I was zooming around downtown Tulsa! (plus, I got to wear this awesome floral helmet!).
Amanda Harris, owner of Tulsa Segway, opened her business in November of 2014 and is proud to offer segway tours of downtown to both visitors and locals. Each tour lasts about 1.5 hours and includes a training session. Your group will also be accompanied by Tulsa Segway staff to ensure your safety, and also, to give your tour! You’ll learn all sorts of things about downtown Tulsa’s art deco history and more! The guided tours of downtown run Wednesday through Sunday. If you’re a foodie, you might enjoy the Food Truck Wednesday tour, which of course, includes a stop at Guthrie Green’s Food Trucks! Talk about rollin’ up in style!
Tulsa Segway also does private tours for all kinds of groups!
To learn more about this exciting new business, visit tulsasegway.com.