Boston's famous Duck Tours are a way unlike any other to see the best the city has to offer! The fun begins as soon as we board our "DUCK", an authentic, renovated World War II amphibious landing vehicle. First, we'll be greeted by one of the legendary tour ConDUCKtors, who'll be narrating the tour. Then we'll embark on a journey like we've never had before.
We will cruise by the most important places in Boston's history, such as the golden-domed State House; the famous battle site of Bunker Hill, the TD Banknorth Garden, where the Celtics and Bruins play their games; Boston Common, a beautiful park on the slope of Beacon Hill; the bustle of Copley Square; sites of the Big Dig; the important buildings at Government Center; fashionable Newbury Street; the many eateries of Quincy Market; the staggering Prudential Tower; and much more!
Just when we think we have seen it all, we will experience the "Splashdown," as the ConDUCKtor drives the DUCK right onto the water of the Charles River for a breathtaking view of the Boston and Cambridge Skylines. Join now to experience one of Boston?s most popular traditions. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.
Boston is a city as beautiful as it is historically significant. Visitors can walk the Freedom Trail and see where the seeds of the American Revolution were sown or visit the North End and look out over the harbor.
(Passing By)Boston's famous park has been serving citizens of the city for over 200 years. The 50 acres of rolling lawns and clear ponds have seen the likes of everyone from Martin Luther King to Paul Revere.
(Passing By)Bunker Hill Monument built to commemorate the battle, the monument is located in Charlestown, where you can admire naval shipyards and the city of Boston.
Opening Hours: 9:30am - 5:00pm
(Passing By)One of the most bustling parts of the city, Copley Square, in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood, is the location of the John Hancock Building and Trinity Church. It is named for the painter John Singleton Copley.
(Passing By)This area of downtown Boston is, like its name suggests, the headquarters of the city government. City Hall is located here, as is the main branch of the Boston Police Department. Recently, the Boston Calling Music Festival has occurred here.
(Passing By)Perched grandly atop Beacon Hill, the Massachusetts State House has been the location of Massachusetts government since 1798. This iconic domed building houses the governor's offices and the state legislature. Tours must be scheduled in advance.
(Passing By)One of the most popular shopping destinations in the city, Newbury Street is located in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood. There are many high-end stores located up and down the street, such as Burberry, Ralph Lauren, Chanel, and many more.
(Passing By)This iconic Boston skyscraper is the second-tallest building in the city at 750 feet tall and with 54 floors. Completed in 1964, the building has been a staple of the Boston skyline for nearly a half century.
(Passing By)Quincy Market in the Faneuil Hall marketplace of downtown Boston is a historic building that still serves as a souvenir marketplace and food court today. The area has expanded to include two other marketplace buildings as well.
Opening Hours: Mon - Sat 10:00am - 9:00pm, Sun 12:00pm - 6:00pm
(Passing By)This indoor sports and entertainment arena is the home of both the Celtics and the Bruins, Boston's basketball and hockey teams, respectively. It hosts many other events, like concerts. It replaced the old Boston Garden in 1995.
Remark: Every 20 minutes starting at 9am until one hour before sunset.
The client must arrive 30 minutes prior to their tour
Inclusions & Exclusions
Narrated tour with professional guide
Meals and beverages
Gratuities: If you enjoyed the tour, tips are graciously welcomed but not required.
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