A fleet of Ducks- brightly colored, vintage World War II amphibious vehicles provide narrated, half-land, half-water tours of ... More
Boston Duck Tours
A fleet of Ducks- brightly colored, vintage World War II amphibious vehicles provide narrated, half-land, half-water tours of Boston . Do not be alarmed when your Duck abandons its wheels and lowers itself onto the Charles River! Tours cover many of Boston 's downtown tourist attractions and famous spots like the State House and the Prudential Tower. Keep in mind, tour guides encourage quacking! Tours depart from three different locations, the Museum of Science , Prudential Center and New England Aquarium . Tickets sell out quickly, especially on summer weekends, so remember to book early.
If you are going on a trip to Boston, you must take the Duck Tour. We had a great tour guide, funny and very informative. My friend was able to drive the boat a little around the Charles River, she loved it. We had a good group of people on the boat too so that was another plus. This tour is a great way to see Boston at different angles and get a little history to boot. I can't wait to go again...
This thing was so stupid. All you do i sit in a boat and watch the little "duckies" WEIRD!!! And our boat driver was so boring. He barely said anything, he went like 1 mile per hour, and said I was stupid.
i love i can't wait to go back and its awsome and water and i lover looking at the sharks and dolphins. I really love the sea turtles too and the occansionall Sea Serpents. THe dragon flying above our heads are also amazing! I loved it when the fake alligator almost bit my whole arm off! It was amazing on how life like it was. Well bye for now.
Couldn't wait to take this tour. Driver was very funny and informative - when you could hear her - as our tour boat was overrun with young school aged children totally unattended by their mothers. Maybe next time.
wow what fun. boston rocks!duck tours are smucky ducky! wet wet quack quack! wow dude. boston rules! check out fenway too...pooh pooh...pooh! I think anyone and everyone will love this tour! What fun! Praise Jesus! Praise the Lord! I saw Jesus on the water! Lord help me...Boston rules...
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