Boston Duck Tours is as educational as it is entertaining and has become extremely popular with school groups. Learn more about our school group options!
Experience the best introDUCKtion to Boston with our fully narrated, historic tours by the city's most notable landmarks, and right into the Charles River!
The primary reason that motivated Andy Wilson to start Boston Duck Tours is that he got bored from working in an investment banking firm for seven long miserable years and was looking for pleasure, personal satisfaction, independence and freedom from the suit-and-tie environment of the corporate America that did not motivate him anymore.Boston Duck Tours is Boston's Most Popular Tour! It's an hour and 20 minute, fully narrated tour of Boston on a WWII style amphibious vehicle. You'll cruise.Boston Duck Tours is a perfect fit for any group outing in Boston. Our fully narrated land and water sightseeing tours offer your guests an unparalleled view of the city of Boston aboard one of our 28 amphibious DUCKs. We give your guests a fantastic overview of the city, driving past all of the sights that make Boston a city of Freedom, Fun and Firsts and then you splash into the Charles.
Duck Tours are a unique experience that combines sightseeing and history while also getting to go out on the Charles River in the vehicle you just drove around the city in. If you want to see Boston via a Duck Boat, late-spring through early-fall is the perfect time to do so.Read More
Boston Duck Tours are a fun way to see Boston. These photos of the Duck Tour experience show what it's like to tour Boston's roads and waters in a World War II-era Duck.Read More
Fun if by land, fun if by sea. Visitors will enjoy both with Boston’s many diverse and historic tours and trails! Trolley Tours, Duck Tours, Foodie Tours, Beer Tours, Bike Tours, Harbor Cruises, and of course the Freedom Trail. Boston’s rich history of immigration and multiculturalism is celebrated along the Black Heritage Trail, Irish Heritage Trail, Native American Trail and the Boston.Read More
Boston Tours You probably want to do a little bit of everything when visiting Boston. The city’s extensive history combined with its current cultural diversity, commitment to education and flourishing social scene can be overwhelming if you’re not used to a big city lifestyle, but tours take the pain out of being a tourist, allowing you to sit back, relax and let a Boston expert show you.Read More
Boston Duck Tours is a company that was created in 1994 and operates historical tours of the city of Boston. Choosing us you will visit The golden-domed State House to Beacon Hill, Copley Square, TD Garden, Boston Common, the Fashionable Newbury Street, Prudential Tower and many more.Read More
Duck Tours depart right in front of the Museum of Science entrance, next to the giant Tyrannosaurus rex! A Boston Duck Tour is a great way to start off your visit to Boston. They give you a great overview of the city, show you many unique neighborhoods, and splash you into the Charles River for a breathtaking view of the Boston and Cambridge skylines.Read More
Boston Duck Tours was a great company to work for. I started off as a Guest Service Representative in 2008, and for three seasons continued to prove myself as an employee and co-worker by receiving two promotions in my third season.Read More
Book your tickets online for Boston Duck Tours, Boston: See 7,146 reviews, articles, and 719 photos of Boston Duck Tours, ranked No.4 on Tripadvisor among 53 attractions in Boston.Read More
Aug 4, 2017 - Emily M. voted for Boston Duck Tours as the BEST City Tour. Vote for the places you LOVE on the Boston A-List and earn points, pins and amazing deals along the way. Voting ends Sep 3.Read More
The idea of Duck boats was actually conceived during WWII. They were used by the military as a convenient mode of transport with no need to dock. Now the Ducks are used as a fun way to explore and get to know the city of Boston. The tours leave from three popular tourist sites; the Science Museum, The Prudential Center and the New England Aquarium.Read More