Disney Confidential – A New Segway Tour to Roll into Epcot.

Here there guys and gals Anonymouse here.

I have been looking high and low for some gossip today and not only have I found a tidbit of fun rumors but it is a good laugh as well. Picture this: our good friend Chimp Chip riding around on a Segway in Epcot. See…a good laugh! Well, you may get to see vision for real as rumor has it there is a new Segway tour coming to Disney World, and more specifically to Epcot.

The “Keep Moving Forward: See the World, Share the Dream Segway Tour” is scheduled to begin on September 17th and will follow Walt Disney’s vision for a better tomorrow and what has become of that vision, including The Florida Project and Epcot. The tour will last three hours and includes breakfast at Sunshine Seasons, a tour of the World Showcase, and en exclusive Disney pin. Oh, and thankfully for Chip it also includes a Segway training lesson.



The tour will cost $99 (plus tax) for guests age 16 and older. A parent or guardian must sign a waiver for participants age 16-17. Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club Members will receive a 15% discount.

What you think are they good ideas or bad? Let me know in the comment box below.

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Anonymouse

Anonymouse searches the internet, annoys cast members, and wouldn’t think twice about using a Ouija board to find you the freshest Disney Gossip.
Some of what she’ll report is confirmed, some is based on information from the rumor mill, and some, frankly, she just read on the bathroom wall in Fantasyland.

So take it with a grain of salt and have fun!




  • Danielle Murgia

    I rode them when we were in Epcot a few years ago. They are not as easy to control as you think. I actually put my heel down first when I walk and I wound up going backwards for a bit! The trick is to put the weight on the ball of your foot.