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Southeast Michigan Segway celebrates its’ fifth year of providing one of the most fun, environmentally friendly, and efficient ways of seeing the beautiful city of Detroit. After an introductory training session from one of our experienced assistants you will be free to explore the city in a way that is truly unique. You will be amazed at just how much ground you can cover in one hour on a Segway. Still, the city offers so much to see that you will want to come back another day with your friends and try it again.

The newly built Dequindre Cut offers a terrific starting point to get comfortable on the Segway with its’ smooth, straight paved path. From here you may want to go north and explore the Eastern Market area, one of the oldest farmers markets in the country, with its bountiful merchant stalls and a collection of locally famous restaurants.  Or, you can head west on the Riverwalk along the Detroit River with its’ captivating views of both downtown Detroit and the Canadian shoreline. Along this international stretch of water is William G. Milliken state park & Harbor, host to peaceful perches, historical placards, native grasses and wildflowers. It is adjacent to Rivard Plaza, the docking place of Diamond Jack’s Riverboat Tours, a café, and a wonderful carousel that any child will enjoy.

The Renaissance Center gives the Detroit skyline it’s distinctive look. It is home to HP and General Motors, as well as many world class dining establishments and the Marriott Hotel. On the other side of the Detroit-Windsor tunnel is Hart Plaza, site of the Independence Day fireworks, many nationally acclaimed food and music festivals including the Detroit Electronic Music Festival.

As you explore the downtown area you’ll want to be sure to check out Campus Martius Park and see The Michigan Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument and the Woodward Fountain. Architectural aficionados will be drawn to the Penobscot and Guardian Buildings, as well as the numerous other historical buildings throughout the city. In between Greektown and the Theatre District are two world class sports venues; Comerica Park, home to the Detroit Tigers, and the den of the Detroit Lions, Ford Field.

Your time on the Segway will begin and end at the Elevator Building. Named for the Detroit Elevator Co., which owned the building from the 1940s to 2007, the building was also used as a Studebaker factory and by the Purple Gang as a bootlegging hub. It is now home to many grassroots Detroit business, as well as Southeast Michigan Segway.

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