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Atlanta City Tour by Electric Car

From US$36.00
Highlights
  • Rest your feet from walking and see Atlanta by tour in an electric car 
  • Learn about the history of Georgia’s state capital from your guide
  • Pack an array of top landmarks and attractions into a short amount of time
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Atlanta City Tour by Electric Car
From US$36.00
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3:00pm Electric Car Tour
This 90-minute tour departs at 3:00pm and journeys 15-miles through the heart of Atlanta uncovering Atlanta’s history and hotpots.
From US$36.00
11:00am Electric Car Tour
This 90-minute tour departs at 11:00am and journeys 15-miles through the heart of Atlanta uncovering Atlanta’s history and hotpots.
From US$36.00
1:00pm Electric Car Tour
This 90-minute tour departs at 1:00pm and journeys 15-miles through the heart of Atlanta uncovering Atlanta’s history and hotpots.
From US$36.00
Overview

Avoid the hassle of planning out rides around the city and maneuvering through the heavy traffic with this Atlanta tour by electric car. Your guide helps you cover 15 miles (25 kilometers) in under two hours, while you make stops at popular spots such as the CNN Center, the World of Coca-Cola, and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site.

What to Expect

Meet for your Atlanta city tour in front of the American Hotel at 160 Ted Turner Dr. Once you link up with your guide and group, you’ll be off to explore the streets by electric car.

Cruise the city with a guide who knows the best routes around the ATL and shares facts about the history, culture, and people of the city as you ride. Brush up on Civil War history as you head through Inman Park, a former site of the war. You’ll have time to visit the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site and see Ebenezer Baptist church where King’s father and grandfather ministered.

Some other places you’ll pass on your guided tour include CNN Center, the World of Coca-Cola, Fox Theater, Georgia Tech, Centennial Olympic Park, and the 1996 Olympic Village.

Your tour ends back at your original departure point—the American Hotel.

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1 - 5 of 78 reviews

Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
City tour - 90 minutes

Nancy was a wonderful and very enthusiastic tour guide. She was very knowledgeable. She was very fun, charming and so full of energy!! The tour picked me up at the hotel (a tiny bit extra but worth it) and we saw all the sites in...More

Thank deweydecimal
Reviewed 3 days ago
Great way to see Atlanta

The office is a little bit hard to find, but when we did we just had to sign a disclaimer, we had to wait for others to arrive and then we were off. We were with Nancy who was amazing, she told us all about...More

Thank Digboo22
Reviewed 4 days ago
fabulous tour

Nancy, our tour guide,was very knowledgeable, informative and a pleasure to tour with. It is our first time in Atlanta, this tour was perfect for us, we are so glad we took it and grateful that we had Nancy as our guide! Thank you Nancy!!!!

Thank Harry C
Reviewed 4 days ago
Excellent tour & history of Atlanta

We chose the electric car tour as did not feel my visiting parents (late 70's) would be able to manage the Segways. It was awesome! Geoff was an absolute fountain of knowledge! We have lived in the greater Atlanta area for 20 years and in...More

Thank cbrenanvt
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great intro to Altanta

Geoff was my tour guide and the tour was enlightening and a great use of my brief time. I was there for a conference and didn't have much time outside of sessions. This tour made me feel like I had actually been to Atlanta instead...More

Thank disneykristi
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Hotelfiends
24 May 2018|
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Response from Lisa422 | Reviewed this property |
I would call them to see if you can park in the nearby lot alongside of the building. They probably have or know of where there is disabled parking. They were very accommodating so I am sure they will help you.
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Fendall333
5 May 2018|
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Response from Tweety49 | Reviewed this property |
The car I rode in could take 5 people plus the driver.
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Fendall333
18 April 2018|
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Response from luckym181 | Reviewed this property |
There was no walking involved, ever. We stopped/slowed down in front of the MLK buildings,(old church, monument, new church) but we never left the electric vehicle.
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