9. Calgary: 2-hour E-Scooter City Highlights Tour
Enjoy an e-scooter tour of Calgary with a guide. Wind through top attractions including the National Music Centre, Central Library, Bow Tower, Wonderland Sculpture, and Centre Street Bridge. Stretch your legs and snap photos at picturesque spots, and hear engaging stories along the way. Start the tour by meeting your guide and other like-minded travelers. Get suited on a scooter and go through through the controls. Go to an open cement pad to safely learn how to use the e-Scooter and learn the best practices for starting, stopping, turning, and potentially bailing if necessary. Once you're ready, hop onto a designated pedestrian lane and zoom down to the Stephen Avenue Walk. Take in the old Sandstone buildings that gave this town the nickname "Sandstone City." Be amongst the bustling action of the downtown core on a pedestrian-only roadway. Shortly after, make it to the Beltline, a neighborhood filled with incredible street art. Admire the marvel of architecture, Lougheed House National & Provincial Historic Site. Learn why it's preserved by the federal and provincial governments. Next, carry on down 12th Avenue to visit special areas in East Village. Witness the incredible architecture of the Central Library and the National Music Centre of Canada. Then, head back onto some terrific parks that surround the highlight of the tour, Bow River. Head back west to the Bow Tower, one of the tallest buildings in the city and home to a bent wire sculpture by Jaume Plensa, Wonderland Sculpture. Observe this piece of art, in front of a landmark building, that has wowed audiences from around the world. Continue to see what kind of power your scooters have by climbing the Centre Street Bridge to soak in the city views. Make it to Crescent Heights Lookout Point for a photo opportunity with your guide as your photographer. Safely descend the giant hill to Prince's Island Park, an oasis within the city. Check out the nearby Peace Bridge which is a highlight of Calgary. Pose for some pictures while your guide explains what makes the bridge unique and how its architect came up with the design. Turn a corner and find yourself back where you started. After your guide runs through the highlights that you experienced, say goodbye to your new friends.