Wrigley Memorial & Botanical Garden Segway Tour

2½ Hr. Wrigley Memorial & Botanical Garden Segway Tour

This is a Special Tour and must be reserve 3 or more days in advance of tour’s scheduled time
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This 2 ½ hour guided Catalina Segway tour is a safe and fun way to explore Catalina Island’s beautiful and quaint town of Avalon. Your friendly guides will impart historical knowledge and anecdotes of Catalina Island while providing superb customer service. Some of the sights you’ll see along the way include:

  • Philip Wrigley Memorial
  • Catalina Botanical Garden
  • Thousands of exotic and endangered succulents
  • Bird Park
  • Commanding view of Avalon Bay

Tour Rating is 1-2 (see Tour Adventure Ratings) Normal physical condition and exertion

Segway Requirements, Restrictions and Recommendations:

Closed toe shoes with low heels are a requirement for balance. Tennis shoes are preferred. NO High Heels
No children under age 16 * Min. weight is 120 pounds * Max. weight limit is 240 pounds * No back problems or pregnancies * Guests must be able to stand for extended periods (at least 1/2 hour) * Consumption of adult beverages is prohibited * Wear clothing suitable to the season *  Bring sunscreen and bottled water * Don’t forget your camera!

Available:  10:00AM, 12:00PM, 2:00PM

Price: $92.00 per person

Price includes all applicable Taxes and fees.( includes admission to the Garden)
Min, 2 Max, 8 people

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Map and Detailed Description

Our Botanical Garden Tour starts at The Tour Plaza, and lasts approximately two and one half hours.
We proceed up Avalon Canyon Rd. past the Old Bird Park to the end of the road at the Garden and Memorial. The tour then enters the Garden with the Segways, which are the ONLY wheeled vehicles allowed. While there we are able to access historical and contemporary information about the many unique flora and fauna found only on Catalina Island. We also will view many exotic succulents drawn from worldwide sources in the Garden, and see spectacular views of Avalon Canyon and the Pacific Ocean. Bring a snack if you like, to enjoy from high atop the Memorial