People tend to check in during these times:
The tour guys do a Good job entertaining passengers
Unique and Informative
Drivers are super friendly and overall a good experience
Great tour to discover the lovely Boston area👍
Ladies, I suggest wearing a sports bra. It's quite bouncy at times.
The quack quack!
Have to book online before going.
This is a great way to get an overview and some unique views of Boston.
Best way to see boston if short on time. Takes you to some famous sites whilst on land and sea :)
Buy the duck face and do the quack! Quack quack!
Buy your tickets online
Worth every penny!
Get here early. People in the line get crazy and cranky. Sit in front of the duckmobile.
We did this tour and it was alot of fun. They go into the Charles River !!
New to Boston? Hop on a duck tour and get to see the City!
Tours fill fast on the weekend - get there early and plan ahead!
Show up a half hour early for seating, they let you pick seats in the order you arrive. If you show right at your time your party will probably not be able to sit together.
Get In line early for a good seat!
Park at the Prudential Center, exit through the doors marked -Shaw supermarket. The tours start at the corner of Ring/Huntington.Make sure to validate your parking and pay only $12 (full price is $36)
Great way to see Boston! Such fun tour guides and so informative! Plan to do the tour again when I am in Boston next!
Hey BU Seniors! We'll be organizing a Duck Tour trip for you guys during senior week! Keep your eyes and ears open for more details!
Boston Duck Tours is by Land and by Sea, amazing. Tour #1 arrives at 4:45, with Tour #2 departing at 5:15. Adult tickets are $32 and leaves from the Prudential Center. You'll be glad you came.
Learn about the old windows, too
Have never had a chance to see Boston, and this sounds like so much fun. Can't wait to visit and meet your guides..
It would be great to learn about Boston and be able to feed Ducks at the same time, kill 2 birds with one stone...oops didn't mean that ducks!
I have Disco Dan Duck Lips from my last trip! Great ride on land & water.
When traveling in Northern Michigan follow 66 to 20 mile Rd to a sleepy little town called Marion, home of the Artesian wells. Bring your water bottle's and fill em up the water is cold and fresh
Never been but planning atrip to the east coast this summer
Looks like a great time.
I wonder what you can see along the Massachusetts Turnpike? Facts? Tours in and around said pike??? perhaps??? Just sayin'.
Massachusetts Turnpike? Is this a tip?
They tell you alot about the history of boston while on the trip and it is fun for all !!
I have been to Boston many times. My mom is from Massachusetts and I have family there. Been on the Philadelphia Duck Tour.
Very entertaining way to learn about the history of this great city. Fun for all ages:)
a gorgeous looking day
its a great way to find out lots of interesting stuff about Boston
Never been to Boston, would love to go, so I have no tips!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ELLEN! <3 XO =)
Kids will love to see Boston from a duck boat, an amphibious vehicle that can operate both on the streets of Boston and in the Charles River. -- Green Guide Editor
like the viking splash tours in Dublin. They go on land and water and are a great way to see the city if you are short on time.
Dont forget to yell others like ducks!!! "quack quack"
Tours on these WWII style amphibious landing vehicles are popular with kids (probably because they get to drive in the water!). Great overview of city by "conductors," each with their own personality.
Sept 8nd @ 8:00pm: Join us for a Duck Tour, a unique tour of Boston by land and sea! Tickets are $5 and can be picked up at the Welcome Week Booth.
Sept 2nd @ 6:00pm: Join us for a Duck Tour, a unique tour of Boston by land and sea! Trip leaves from Centennial Common, Forsyth Street.
Volunteer to sit in the Captain’s chair when your driver offers!
This is a great place to learn some amazing facts about Boston. Not ducks. I thought you should know that ahead of time.
Get here early especially in the summer. They tend to sell out quick.
Tours from Aquarium are 55 min. & tours from Prudential are 80 min.