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Philly Duck Tour Philadelphia

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Philly Duck Tour
Sixth and Market Streets
Philadelphia
PA
19106
Tel: 877-88-QUACK

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The Philly Duck Tour the best way for families to tour Philadelphia, because they combine fun and music with history and sights. Adults and seniors will have just as much fun as kids, as the Captains lead you through Philly's historic streets and a splash into the Delaware River at Penn's Landing.
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    Philly duck toura are Unorganized and uncomfortable. Visitors center don't know what times the tours leave, they just guess. Tours give preference to big groups so if you're not in the group, you could easily be bumped from the tour you paid for or they will squeeze you in the back (smaller seats and open in the back so you can get wet easier. Tour guide isn't all that informative, find more info from a brochure or by googling fun fact on Philly. Lastly city streets are busy and bumpy, one of the most unconformable rides I've paid for. Would not...Read More

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    Had a great time on the ducks. First time for me and for some colleagues from overseas. It was a great overview and little informative tour of center city and a nice ride on the Delaware. It gave everyone I good Idea of places in Center City that we may want to visit after the ride.

    There were some kids, around 8 years old, on the tour who seemed to enjoy it -- younger than that they may be bored. Depends if they like to sight-see and can sit still. I do recommend getting the duck tour tickets part of the Philadelphia Pass -- big savings and...Read More

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    This was very upsetting! We spent a lot of money for the tour and expected that we would get a lot of information about the most historic place in the US. The guide mentioned a couple things and I was sitting on the edge of my seat waiting for him to elaborate, but to no avail. This was ridiculous. We spent maybe 5 minutes on the water just so they could say it was a "duck tour." The guide was more into his "Rocky" music than talking about the tour. I am very upset.

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    Was not worth the money. We drove around the local area maybe in a 5- 8 block area. The local information was just OK... but the in water part in the river was very short, maybe 5-10 mins, we went nowhere in the water, but that may have been a goood thing. It was very scary and unsafe feeling in the water, seemed like we would sink since the water comes within inches of coming into the vehicle.... a rip off!!

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    I agree with JD, if yhu want to drown go ahead nd go on it

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by conway king

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Philly duck toura are Unorganized and uncomfortable. Visitors center don't know what times the tours leave, they just guess. Tours give preference to big groups so if you're not in the group, you could easily be bumped from the tour you paid for or they will squeeze you in the back (smaller seats and open in the back so you can get wet easier. Tour guide isn't all that informative, find more info from a brochure or by googling fun fact on Philly. Lastly city streets are busy and bumpy, one of the most unconformable rides I've paid for. Would not suggest.

by Allen Michael

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Had a great time on the ducks. First time for me and for some colleagues from overseas. It was a great overview and little informative tour of center city and a nice ride on the Delaware. It gave everyone I good Idea of places in Center City that we may want to visit after the ride.

There were some kids, around 8 years old, on the tour who seemed to enjoy it -- younger than that they may be bored. Depends if they like to sight-see and can sit still. I do recommend getting the duck tour tickets part of the Philadelphia Pass -- big savings and then you can do even more stuff once you disembark.

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