17 Essential Seattle Summer Activities! 0

17 Essential Seattle Summer Activities!

Posted by on Jun 25, 2014 in Blog

The bluest skies you’ve ever seen are in Seattle! There is no better place to be than in Seattle during the summer. As the weather warms up and you’re looking to shake off those winter blues, here are some activities for your consideration. There’s no reason to be bored this summer! Start planning now! 17. EMP Museum The EMP Museum was designed by Frank Gehry and is housed in a building that has been voted both one of the most beautiful buildings in the world and also the ugliest. You’ll have to decide for yourself. What’s inside the building is an amazing museum filled to the brim with musical artifacts from legendary Seattle rock stars like Nirvana and Jimi Hendrix. The wonders don’t end there! They also have iconic artifacts from the worlds of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror! There is something for everyone at the EMP Museum. Make sure to stop by! 16. Camp Long “I went camping in West Seattle this weekend!” “Oh, sounds fun! Wait.. what??” That’s right folks! You can camp in a tent in West Seattle at Camp Long! Camp Long is a 68 acre park that invites guests to stay overnight and enjoy nature without having to drive out of the city! It’s...

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We’ve got the Wackiest Captains Around! 0

We’ve got the Wackiest Captains Around!

Posted by on Jun 17, 2014 in Blog

“I got invited to join a small group of relatives on the Ducks tour. We were all visiting from out of town for a Seattle wedding. A quick check on TripAdvisor convinced me to join in. The Duck drivers not only are enthusiastic but versatile – part bus driver, part tour guide, part stand up comic, part music DJ and of course they are also Coast Guard Certified boat captains.” – BuckeyeBob, Ohio Whether you call it the fastest truck in the water or the slowest boat on the road, it takes a special quality to take the helm of a DUKW! Our Captains are ambassadors of Seattle and some of the most entertaining people around! They each complete a rigorous training program and hold a 25-ton Merchant Mariner Masters’ license as well as a commercial driver’s license. In addition, they each bring their own personality to their tour and come from many different backgrounds; golf pro, radio DJ, military veteran and an actual clown to name a few! To learn more about our Wacky Captains and what makes them so unique, click...

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Summer Bucket List Item #6: SPY Exhibit at PSC! 0

Summer Bucket List Item #6: SPY Exhibit at PSC!

Posted by on Jun 12, 2014 in Blog

Calling all 007s, Inspector Gadgets and Ethan Hunts: the newest exhibit at Pacific Science Center is right up your alley! SPY: The Secret World of Espionage is the first public exhibition of collections from the CIA, FBI and KGB. Almost 300 declassified artifacts are on display as you explore this rare look behind the world of spies. Explore gadgets and spy technology, learn the tools of the trade and go behind the scenes of the world’s leading intelligence agencies. Plus, test your own skills in the laser maze! SPY is on exhibit at the Pacific Science Center now through September 1st, 2014. For more information and to book tickets, click...

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Top 7 Things YOU MUST DO in Seattle this Memorial Day Weekend! 0

Top 7 Things YOU MUST DO in Seattle this Memorial Day Weekend!

Posted by on May 22, 2014 in Blog

In Seattle, the arrival of Memorial Day Weekend signals that summer is just around the corner! The holiday weekend is always full of fun activities and we have a top seven list for those who are building their itinerary! Check it out below! 7.) Pacific Science Center’s Spy Exhibit – Earlier this year, the Pacific Science Center unveiled the secret world of SPYS! They brought in an extensive collection of espionage-related artifacts that are on display for your curious eyes to see! Get your tickets now! The exhibit is only here until September! 6.) Fremont Sunday Street Market – Why not take a walkabout through one of Seattle’s most interesting neighborhoods? Don’t miss out on the weekly Fremont Sunday Street Market! Every week is a new experience with items ranging from artisan crafts to delicious street food! Make sure to check it out this coming weekend! 5.) Gasworks Park – We love Gasworks Park! If you haven’t seen or heard about it on our Duck Tour, here’s some fun facts. Gas Works Park used to be a coal to gas manufacturing plant that was converted into an outdoor park for Seattle citizens. It’s an unusual and beloved sight in Seattle! 4.) EMP Museum’s LEGO Exhibit – Do you love...

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$10 Tickets on Mother’s Day! – EXPIRED 1

$10 Tickets on Mother’s Day! – EXPIRED

Posted by on May 2, 2014 in Blog

Mother’s Day is right around the corner and it’s time to spoil that special lady in your life… with a Duck Tour! Hop #onaduck on Sunday, May 11th and a ticket for Mom is only $10 plus tax! Ride the Ducks is an awesome family event and a fun way to celebrate Mother’s Day! Bring the whole gang! Do you have a family of 10 or more? Ride the Ducks is a great group event! Did you know that whether it’s Mother’s Day or not, you’ll always get a group discount when you purchase 10 or more tickets together! On Mother’s Day, as an added bonus, a ticket for Mom’s ride is just $10! Check out all the great group deals that Ride the Ducks has to offer and be sure to book your tickets soon! Details: Purchase a full price ticket and Mom will ride with you for only $10! Choose ticket type “Mom” when booking online. Discount is valid only for tours departing May 11, 2014. Discount not valid with any other offer or promotion. Subject to availability. Reservations recommended, buy tickets now! Share...

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Pediatric Duck Day Onboard Ride the Ducks! 0

Pediatric Duck Day Onboard Ride the Ducks!

Posted by on Apr 13, 2014 in Blog, Community

We were thrilled to partner with Starlight Children’s Foundation Northwest and The Seattle Children’s Museum for a fun-filled day with local Starlight families in honor of Pediatric Duck Day!  We hosted over 150 children and their families for a Duck Tour and had a BLAST!  After seeing all the sights of Seattle, the Ducks splashed into Lake Union to cruise around Gas Works Park and saw breathtaking views of the skyline.  After the tour, The Seattle Children’s Museum hosted Starlight families for an ice cream social and activities.  It was an amazing day and we were so excited to be a part of it! A huge thank you also goes out to Pepsi for donating waters for all the families, the event came together with support from a lot of great partners and we are so lucky to be a part of such a great community. Starlight’s mission is to help seriously ill children and their families cope with their pain, fear, and isolation through entertainment, education, and family activities.  Ride the Ducks of Seattle has been a proud partner with Starlight Children’s Foundation Northwest since 2008.  To learn more about our partnership, click...

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