Sweet Magnolia, a full service tour operator, has expanded its selection of Southern tour packages to include Segway Tours of Nashville. The new tour option presents a unique and relaxing approach to exploring Music City.
“We are pleased to offer our customers the exciting opportunity to experience Segway Tours of Nashville,” said Keith Wright, Director of Sales and Product Development. “Patrons will get a chance to visit areas of the city not offered by most tours, while riding on their very own segway.”
For $81 per person, groups can spend more than two hours exploring downtown Nashville landmarks, including Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Country Music Hall of Fame and The Capital Building. Tours run daily at 9 a.m., 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. and can accommodate up to 12 people per tour.
Segway training is provided as part of the tour experience. Riders will learn how to stand up on a segway as well as proper handling techniques, so they can confidently navigate the tour. All that is required is for the rider wear a helmet and be at least 14 years of age.
Sweet Magnolia Tours is Nashville’s number one source for discounted tickets to all area shows and attractions. Learn more about vacation packages for Nashville, Memphis and the Smoky Mountains by visitinghttp://www.sweetmagnoliatours.com.
In addition, Sweet Magnolia Gifts will be having a Spring sale to make room for new merchandise. The sale will include “Capitol Records” and “Mercury Records,” T-shirts sold exclusively at Sweet Magnolia Gifts, Tickets, and Tours (http://www.sweetmagnoliatours.com/southern-gifts-and-travel-tickets/).