Ticket Prices and other info
When you have limited time in an historic-rich city such as Boston time is at a premium. There is so much to see in this town full of American history. I was fortunate to be able to check out the Boston Duck Tours during my family's 2-day visit to Bean Town.
|Ticket counter within the Prudential Tower|
By the way, the Prudential Tower is also a great place to shop, dine and sight see while you're visiting Boston. At the top of the tower you can check out the Skywalk Obseratory, Boston's only 360 degree view of the town.
Each vessel has a captain, otherwise known as conDUCKtors, who are all profiled on their site. We had Captain MacInQuack lead our tour.
|Entering the Charles River|
|Our reflection in the mirror under the bridge.|
While we were on the river the conDUCKtor allowed several children to take the helm. Keep that in mind for your photo opportunities while on vacation.
Each vessel holds about 40 people, 2 people to a bench. There are life jackets which I imagine are never used, but are above each bench.
There are several other major cities across the country that also have Duck Tours, including San Francisco. We will have a review this summer on that location.
My family enjoyed this relaxing and informative tour. We were constantly on the go during our east coast vacation that it was a nice change to be able to experience the city while aboard these amphibious vessels. For more information visit the Boston Duck Tours website and enjoy the ride!
|Our reflection in the John Hancock building in Boston.|
|A view of the John Hancock building from the Duck Tours vessel.|
|Sailing away, a view from the Duck Tours.|