Get on a Duck for a one-of-a-kind celebration your group will be talking about for years!


Happy Birthday!


When you step on board a Duck, you know your group is in for a fun, wacky experience! After all, Ride the Ducks wasn’t voted the #1 City Tour in Seattle for a decade for nothing! Whether it’s a birthday, anniversary, graduation or you’re celebrating just because, let us help you create an unforgettable event!

A Seattle Duck Tour is 90 minutes of facts and fun that will celebrate you and our beautiful, famously-rainy city. On the tour, you’ll learn things like we are actually 41st in annual average rainfall, but #1 for most beautiful place on earth during the summer (as voted by the RTDS staff *wink*). We offer group discounts for groups of 20 or more and we can accommodate groups of up to 500+, so why not celebrate your big day with us?! You can purchase tickets together on one of our tours departing from Seattle Center or throw the party onboard with your own private Duck! We can also organize cocktails with a view!





All tickets are non-refundable, non-exchangeable and do not include sales tax.

Group Adult: $33

Group Child (4-12): $21

Infant (0-3): $5

Note: Infant tickets are not included in 20 ticket requirement to earn discount.

Private Duck: $1122 plus tax

Accommodates 34 passengers each

Includes pick-up and drop-off at a downtown Seattle venue


All our Group Events are booked through our Groups Hotline at 206-441-4687! Most of our groups book their tickets at least two weeks in advance for best availability. To confirm your seats, payment in full is required. All of our tickets are pre-paid in advance and non-refundable, non-exchangeable.

Even if you’re not riding with a group of 20+, we love to celebrate! When you check-in at the ticket booth to pick up your tickets, tell one of our Customer Service agents that you’re celebrating! You’ll get a special crown and your Tour Guide will be sure to make a big deal about your special day! It’s fun, FREE and our way of saying, “Congratulations on your happy day!”