Founded October 5, 1994, in Boston, United States, the Duck Tours is a private company that tours around historical locations in Boston.
It not exactly your regular kind of tour, this tour adds a bit of adventure and lets you explore Boston in a style that is unequivocal. The tour around Boston is on vintage, amphibious replicas of the World War 2 crafts tour buses. These vehicles can comfortably navigate between land and water to give you a clear and broader perspective of Boston as well as a remarkable experience.
Duck tour is Located in Bay Village, Boston Massachusetts. It is one of Boston’s hidden neighborhoods, popular for its beautiful scenery and architecture. The tour was founded by Andrew Wilson who started off with just four vehicles increasing gradually and expanding. Now, the tour runs on a fleet of 28 vehicles! The company has three locations for departure in Boston which are; The Prudential Center, the New England Aquarium and the Museum of Science. Upon establishment of this company, the departure ground was the Long Wharf which is located in front of the New England Aquarium. However, as time went on, the company further developed and more departure grounds were opened to accommodate more tourists and to create additional routes to see Boston more.
In 2002, the company opened another departure grounds, and later in 2009, the third departure ground was opened. The multiple departure grounds enable the company to carry more passengers, and yearly, this company tours about 600,000 passengers around the city to explore the beautiful Boston.
Touring Boston with Duck Tours gives you a detailed insight into the city; the company houses experienced guides that narrate the historical significance of various sites in the city making the trip very entertaining and educational. The tour allows you to see Boston from a clearer angle in the Charles River as well as while cruising through the streets of Boston in the convertible. The tour is suitable for all ages making it an exciting location for families.
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