Fun Ways to Ride the Ducks


November 22, 2019
Fun Ways to Ride the Ducks

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What we do might seem pretty apparent: Ride the Ducks takes you and loved ones around town for a hilarious and informative 90-minute tour of Seattle’s top sights. But did you know we have a few different options to make sure everyone gets the most out of their Duck Tour experience? Whatever type of tour you’re looking for this holiday season, we’ve got you covered to create lasting memories:

1. Public Duck Tour
We run our tours year-round through every season. This cozy time of year, you can relax under warm blankets while we point out sights like the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, the beautiful Skyline view from Lake Union and more. Whether you’ve got a few guests coming over for Thanksgiving or have a few extra days off and want to re-discover your favorite parts of Seattle, a Duck Tour is a fantastic way to see the town! It’s also a great option for smaller groups to spend time together.

Group with quackers on Lake Union

2. Private Duck Tour
Tired of having the same company party every year and want a unique way to celebrate the end of the year? Take your employees on a private Duck Tour just for you! Up to 34 people per Duck will be whisked around Seattle for a special experience. BONUS: groups of 20+ receive a discount! Score! So whether you’re a school group, senior group, having a holiday wedding or just want a large group of friends to experience Seattle in a new light- book a private tour with us.

Seahawks Fans on a Duck

3. Holiday Party Packages
Looking for something extra special to add to your tour? We partner with some amazing restaurants and attractions throughout Seattle for a unique group experience. We’ll pick you up from anywhere you’d like in the Downtown Seattle zone, take you on one of our amazing 90-minute sightseeing tours, and then drop you at your preferred restaurant for a tasty end to your adventure!

Cheers at the Top of the Sky View Observatory

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