Sip ‘N Glide

1-Hour Segway Tour + Craft Beer Walking Tour

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Our Sip N' Glide Package is the most fun you'll have in Philly.

The Philly Tour Hub is proud to offer the widest variety of tours in Philadelphia! Choose from over 22 amazing walking tours, Segway tours, scavenger hunts, or dining tours. We want you to create your perfect day in Philly, so we’ve paired some of our favorite tours so you can decide what combination of walking, gliding, or riding through the City of Brotherly Love is right for you.

With our Sip ‘N Glide Package, you’ll experience both our 1-Hour Segway Tour and our Craft Beer Walking Tour all in one epic day!

 Tour Information
Availability Daily
Duration 4 hours
Start Time 3:00pm
Start Location
7 N. Columbus Blvd., Suite 7b
Philadelphia, PA 19106
End Location
The final pub of the tour, in Center City.
Your beer tour starts at Dilworth Park, at City Hall. Your guide goes with you from your Segway tour to the starting location of your beer tour.
Tour Group Size Segway Tour: 8 people maximum per guide

Beer Tour: 12 people maximum per guide

Inclusions Photos will be taken throughout your Segway tour by your guide. You will receive these photos free of charge via email within 24 – 48 hours of your tour.

Your beer tour includes a drink at each bar visited and a snack to share as a group.

Requirements All riders must wear a helmet (provided by Philly by Segway).

All riders must bring valid identification.

All riders must read and sign a waiver of liability.

All riders must complete training on the Segway PT to their guide’s satisfaction.

Restrictions Segway PT riders must be 12-years-old or older. If a rider is under 18, they must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or responsible adult who can sign the waiver form.

Riders must weigh between 100 – 300 lbs.

Philly by Segway reserves the right to decline a tour to anyone. It is imperative that riders follow guide instructions for their safety and the safety of the group.

General Itinerary

1-Hour Segway Tour

The beginning of your tour starts directly next to the beautiful Delaware River. Here, you’ll get a wonderful panoramic view of New Jersey and The Benjamin Franklin Bridge. As you glide up Race Street, you’ll enjoy one of the most photographed streets in America, Elfreth’s Alley. Continue along thru Old City, the original neighborhood of Philadelphia, now home to art studios and galleries. Roll along and find yourself in the Queen Village section, an historic local neighborhood normally overlooked by travelers.

Then, travel through the iconic Italian Market (very popular with fans of the Rocky movies) before you experience the eclectic South Street – viewing the Philadelphia Magic Gardens and several blocks along this historic street. Your next neighborhood to explore is Society Hill with gorgeous historic homes, the nation’s first hospital (Penn Hospital), and quaint, quiet streets.

Finally, head through the Independence Mall area, along Race Street, and back to our location next to the Delaware river.

Beer Tour of Philadelphia

We begin your Philadelphia beer tour at the very heart of modern Philadelphia, City Hall. As we exit this popular meeting place, we discover some of the sights and sounds of Philadelphia as people are concluding their work day. Like many others at this time of day, we head to our first happy hour destination. We choose among some of the most unique, most typical, and most popular drinking establishments in the city.

We have the option to visit the oldest continuously operating bar in the city dating back to 1860, a place where they make their own beer just steps away from your table, an Irish pub with a local flare, and many other bars and pubs so popular with Philadelphians. At each location, we talk about the history of these bars, why they are so popular, and why locals crave a unique and authentic setting to enjoy food and drinks with friends, family, and co-workers. One drink at each bar is included with the brewery tour, as well as a quick stop for one of the most popular snacks in the city, perfect with your beer!

At each location, the bars feature one thing in common with each other – a taste for Philadelphia’s local craft beers and breweries. You quickly find out why Philadelphia is one of America’s best beer cities. Learn the names and discover the tastes of places such as Philadelphia Brewing Co., Victory, Yards, Troegs, Flying Fish, Sly Fox, Dogfish Head, and Dock Street Brewing Co.

After happy hour, end your Philly beer tour in the Rittenhouse Square neighborhood, a perfect location for you to continue on your beer journey in the City of Brotherly Love, grab some dinner at many of Philadelphia’s best restaurants nearby, or head straight back to your new favorite pub.