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Explore Beantown with a hilarious ConDUCKtor® behind the wheel of an amphibious World War II vehicle. Ride the DUCK by downtown landmarks, then ease into the water for a scenic cruise along the waterfront of the Charles River.

Climb aboard the open-air DUCK and take a seat as your ConDUCKtor® sets off for a quacks- and laughs-filled tour of Boston by land and by sea. Pass by the gold-domed State House, ride past the fashionable shops of elegant Newbury Street, check out the food vendors of Quincy Market, and gaze up at Bunker Hill’s monument to the famous Revolutionary War battle that took place there.

Break out in song as you pass the pub where Cheers was filmed—everybody there may not know your name, but you definitely know the tune. Check out Old Ironsides as you approach the water—the USS Constitution was named by President George Washington, circled the world in the 1840s, and has stood proudly in the Charlestown Navy Yard since she was retired in 1881.

From there, splash into the river and putter along the waterfront—these waters are where revolution-era Bostonians famously filled the harbor with tea. Admire the Boston and Cambridge skylines and listen as your drive and guide shares entertaining tidbits, little-known facts, and entertaining anecdotes about the city’s nearly 400-year-old past.

Explore Beantown with a hilarious ConDUCKtor® behind the wheel of an amphibious World War II vehicle. Ride the DUCK by downtown landmarks, then ease into the water for a scenic cruise along the waterfront of the Charles River.

Climb aboard the open-air DUCK and take a seat as your ConDUCKtor® sets off for a quacks- and laughs-filled tour of Boston by land and by sea. Pass by the gold-domed State House, ride past the fashionable shops of elegant Newbury Street, check out the food vendors of Quincy Market, and gaze up at Bunker Hill’s monument to the famous Revolutionary War battle that took place there.

Break out in song as you pass the pub where Cheers was filmed—everybody there may not know your name, but you definitely know the tune. Check out Old Ironsides as you approach the water—the USS Constitution was named by President George Washington, circled the world in the 1840s, and has stood proudly in the Charlestown Navy Yard since she was retired in 1881.

From there, splash into the river and putter along the waterfront—these waters are where revolution-era Bostonians famously filled the harbor with tea. Admire the Boston and Cambridge skylines and listen as your drive and guide shares entertaining tidbits, little-known facts, and entertaining anecdotes about the city’s nearly 400-year-old past.

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Duration 1h 20m Nonrefundable No booking or credit card fees
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$38.70

Total price is $38.70, taxes included

It only takes 2 minutes

Boston Duck Tours

Activity/Location

Boston 02199

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • Museum of Science

    1 Science Park

    Boston 02114

  • Prudential Center

    800 Boylston Street

    Boston 02199

  • New England Aquarium

    1 Central Wharf

    Boston 02110

  • 53 Huntington Ave

    Boston 02116


Description

Explore Beantown with a hilarious ConDUCKtor® behind the wheel of an amphibious World War II vehicle. Ride the DUCK by downtown landmarks, then ease into the water for a scenic cruise along the waterfront of the Charles River.

Climb aboard the open-air DUCK and take a seat as your ConDUCKtor® sets off for a quacks- and laughs-filled tour of Boston by land and by sea. Pass by the gold-domed State House, ride past the fashionable shops of elegant Newbury Street, check out the food vendors of Quincy Market, and gaze up at Bunker Hill’s monument to the famous Revolutionary War battle that took place there.

Break out in song as you pass the pub where Cheers was filmed—everybody there may not know your name, but you definitely know the tune. Check out Old Ironsides as you approach the water—the USS Constitution was named by President George Washington, circled the world in the 1840s, and has stood proudly in the Charlestown Navy Yard since she was retired in 1881.

From there, splash into the river and putter along the waterfront—these waters are where revolution-era Bostonians famously filled the harbor with tea. Admire the Boston and Cambridge skylines and listen as your drive and guide shares entertaining tidbits, little-known facts, and entertaining anecdotes about the city’s nearly 400-year-old past.


Highlights

  • Land & water tour on a WWII, open-air, amphibious vehicle

  • Entertaining & energetic guide shares trivia & commentary

  • Fanueil Hall, Quincy Market, Cheers & the Old State House

  • USS Constitution, Museum of Science & Bunker Hill

  • Views of the skyline & waterfront from the Charles River


Inclusions

  • Guided Duck tour of Boston

  • Live commentary in English

  • Pre-recorded commentary in German, French, Spanish, Italian, Mandarin, Japanese, and Brazilian Portuguese

  • Headset for foreign language commentary

  • Coupon booklet valid at local stores and restaurants


Know Before You Book

  • Tours start every 30–60 minutes from 9 AM until 1 hour before sunset from the Museum of Science, or The Prudential Center year round, and from the New England Aquarium from April-October.

  • This tour operates rain or shine.

  • This activity is wheelchair accessible.

  • Extreme low tide or adverse weather conditions may prohibit the DUCK from entering the Charles River.

  • Check-in is 30 minutes prior to your booked tour start time.


Cancellation Policy

This reservation is non-refundable and cannot be changed or cancelled after booking.

Location

Boston, MA 02199, United States