From Segway tours to candlelight walking tours, there are plenty of options to choose from when you’d like a fun and informative guide to show you around and share Greater Raleigh with you. For those of you who would rather relax or be seated instead of walking, or who are looking to escape the chilly winter weather, motorized tours could be your perfect match.

Enjoy a narrated exploration of downtown Raleigh on a Historic Raleigh Trolley Tour. The trolley stops at Mordecai Historic Park, Bicentennial Plaza, Glenwood South, Joel Lane Museum House and City Market, where passengers can de-board and re-board at no additional fee.

Care to see Greater Raleigh from a different point of view? Why not take a guided pontoon boat tour of Jordan Lake in Cary. Perfect for large groups, the pontoons can seat 12 to 20 people and include a wonderful tour from wildlife expert Captain Dave.

If you’ve ever taken a Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tour, then you know just how delicious this experience can be! Now, you can customize your own guided bus gourmet food tour for a group outing. It’s the same fun and tasty kind of tour via a different mode of transport.

If you’re looking for more motorized tour options in Greater Raleigh, check out these other options that are available to you.