WHAT DO YOU GET WHEN YOU COMBINE 34 FUN-LOVING, HAPPY PEOPLE WITH ONE WACKY TOUR GUIDE? A SEATTLE EXPERIENCE YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS!
Stretching nearly 20 miles from historical Pioneer Square to quirky Fremont, you’ll see all the sights of Seattle, plus a lot more on your 90-minute land and water Duck Tour! Fall in love with Seattle on this fun-filled, wacky, quack-y continuous tour, packed with local folklore, historical information, jokes and music! Your Tour Guide will keep you dancin’ in your seat, laughin’ till your stomach hurts and surprising your friends with long-shot trivia bits at the drop of a hat!
Ride the Ducks has two departure locations in downtown Seattle. Both tours share the same tour route, but start at different locations.
Regardless of where you start the fun, you’ll cruise the Seattle Waterfront to see the Seattle Aquarium, the Great Wheel and where the Alaskan Gold Rush first started. Then, drive through Seattle’s historical district: Pioneer Square and hear the story of Seattle’s underground and how the Great Fire of 1889 changed Seattle and our toilets forever. Downtown, your hilarious wacky Tour Guide will show where to find the Original Starbucks at Pike Place Market and, shoppers beware, we’ll drive past the Flagship Nordstrom! Did you know it started as a shoe store right here in Seattle?!
From downtown Seattle, we’ll travel to the Center of the Universe (don’t worry – it’s not as far as you think!) where we’ll show you how to turn a bus into a boat and your amphibious Duck will splash into Lake Union for an experience you won’t forget! Enjoy a breath-taking view of the skyline, see Gasworks Park and get a peek at a floating home from an old movie we know you’ll remember! (Tom Hanks? Meg Ryan? Ring any bells?) Keep your eyes peeled – you may even see one of Seattle’s famous float planes take off and land right in front of your Duck!
Don’t miss this opportunity to drive a truck into the water on PURPOSE! It’s a party on wheels… that floats!
Disclaimer: While we do our best to stick to the tour route. Throughout the year, we will re-route from time to time for a variety of reasons – marathons, parades, construction, traffic snarls and the all-encompassing “etc.” We’ll do our best to communicate to you in advance of your tour, but we reserve the right to change or modify the tour route at any time for the enjoyment of your experience.