Ride The Ducks Of Seattle Seattle
Where is it at?
Ride The Ducks Of Seattle
516 Broad St
Where are we going today?
You haven't seen Seattle until you've seen it from a Duck! Travelers and local Seattle-ites of all ages love to Ride the Ducks! Our hilarious, Coast Guard-certified maritime captains will take you on a musical tour of the Emerald City. Amphibious World War II vehicles will show you Seattle from both land and water! You'll see downtown Seattle, Pike Place Market and historic Pioneer Square, then, SPLASH into the water for a party on wheels that floats!! It's a party on wheels that floats! Don't forget your Wacky Quacker noisemaker!
How much does it cost?
- Adults$25 plus tax
- Children$15 plus tax
- Free Under: 2
When can we go?
Tour times vary by season, please call for availability
The gift shop sells snacks and beverages including chips, candy, nuts, soda, water, and other delicious snacks. .
Water, nuts and other healthy snacks..
Any Top Tips?
Please arrive at the ticketbooth 30 minutes before your tour is scheduled to depart. Once you pick up your tickets, you'll be directed to the boarding area. All seating is General Admission. With ticket purchase, space on your scheduled Duck Tour is guaranteed, but you do not have specific seat assignments. Your tickets are non-refundable, non-exchangeable, so they are only valid for the time and date for which you purchase. Tours depart rain or shine promptly at the scheduled time..
Can I get one of those?
Get your Duck souvenirs here! The gift shop sells a variety of souvenirs from t-shirts to key chains. .
What people are saying?
by Jeff Yokum
Save your money...it is expensive and many of the "facts" given by the tour guide were false. Perhaps they should do some additional research before spouting nonsense to tourist. The most blatant was that Seattle has more bike commuters than any other city in the US...this one struck me as odd since it rains so much in Seattle so a quick web search confirmed...not #1 or #2 but more like #11 or 23 depending on whose statistic you believe. The duck portion of the tour was a quick loop through Lake Union where we were surrounded by sailboats who...Read More
by Courtney C
This could have been a good tour - the driver was entertaining, except for one off-color joke I didn't appreciate. There wasn't much historical information on the tour, and an obnoxious group of adults in the back of the bus really ruined it for the rest of us. They should really reconsider their duck quack policy. Drunk people shouldn't be allowed to blow on them as loud as possible for the entire tour. They should only be for children, who were much better behaved.
by Nicholi Miller
This is an absolute most in seattle. The captain of my boat was absolutley amazing and everyone on the boat seemed to have a great time. Its good family fun so bring the whole fam.
by Kirsten Pickett
This is definitely a fun way to spend the afternoon. We chose a beautiful day in Seattle to take a spin out on the water with a friendly tour on the ducks. Being Seattle natives we definitely felt like we were joining the tourist train, some of the info was a bit exaggerated, and the word cheesy wouldn't even begin to describe their shtick. It was fun though and really cheesy is pretty much expected right? The tour is a great way to see a little of Seattle outside of downtown. Would recommend especially if you have young kids.
by megan garvin
We went to Seattle for the first time and loved this! This was AMAZING!!!! I would recommend this to everyone! This was an amazing tour, and lots of fun! Beautiful views on the water. We have three kids 16,11,and 6. This tour was PERFECT for all of us.
by Jeff Yokum
Save your money...it is expensive and many of the "facts" given by the tour guide were false. Perhaps they should do some additional research before spouting nonsense to tourist. The most blatant was that Seattle has more bike commuters than any other city in the US...this one struck me as odd since it rains so much in Seattle so a quick web search confirmed...not #1 or #2 but more like #11 or 23 depending on whose statistic you believe. The duck portion of the tour was a quick loop through Lake Union where we were surrounded by sailboats who were clearly annoyed by the motor craft just cutting through the middle of their race. The road portion was mainly driving on a highway out to the lake and back without any real sights or history of Seattle...other than she pointed out the Space Needle multiple times...well I probably could have found that on my own thanks. The commentary was mostly the driver singing (badly) along to an annoying sound track meant to be cutesy...On The Road Again after leaving the lake..Really? Just save your money and do a food tour where you can hear a little history and get drinks/snacks along the way.