DC Ducks Tour, Washington, District of Columbia
Union Station, Washington, District of Columbia 20018| Map |
Washington DC Duck Tours take passengers sightseeing in original WW II DUKW amphibious vehicles. The 90-minute tour drives both through the streets of the city and into the Potomac River.
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- Tots (0-2)
- Little kids (3-5)
- Big kids (6-8)
- Tweens (9-12)
- Teens (13+)
Tips for Families
Online ticket discounts available.
Address: Union Station, Washington, District of Columbia 20018| Map
Hours: Sun-Sat 10 am - 4 pm. Closed Sunday before Memorial Day, Independence Day and Marine Corp Marathon. Closed Nov-Mar. More Info
Price: Adults: $31.50; Children: $22.50
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My family and I (especially my 9 & 12 year olds) had a wonderful time on the DC Ducks tour. DC Ducks gives you a wonderful overview of the DC area by both land and water! It goes to several major attractions including the Washington Monument, White House and the Lincoln Memorial. Our driver was very informative and quite the entertainer. When we splashed into the Potomac River, he asked if anyone wanted to drive the boat. Several children, including mine, took the wheel. That was a nice touch to get the children interacting with the tour. If you want to take photos of specific attractions, feel free to ask which side is best to sit on. We were accommodated with this request when we first got on the trolley. Overall, we recommend the DC Duck Tour for anyone (families, solo travelers, etc.) looking to see top attractions and sites in Washington DC
Tips for Families
You have covered protection from the elements in the front portion of the DUCK, but you may have better views in the back.
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Captain Bucky gets 5 stars for skillfully dodging horrific protestor traffic and maintaining a smile. The reservation process (or lack there of) gets one star for being unbelievably inconvenient. Parking at Union Station (especially on a weekend) is awful and the fact that you can purchase your tickets online and then not have the ability to reserve a sp...
A very fun and great way to get a quick tour of DC. The tour lasts about 90-120 minutes. You learn really great fun facts about the city depending on who your tour guide is. The tour takes you from Union Station, down through the mall, around the various monuments and memorials and then out onto the Potomac and by DCA. Also, if you are a resident within 5...
The Husband and I did a DC Ducks tour during our week of "we live here, but we are living like tourists this week" anniversary celebration. Yes, it is expensive, but it was really fun. Our tour guide, Wayne, was friendly and funny. The tour starts at Union Station and hits most of the big landmarks in DC. The tour is not too fast and the traffic helps slow down the vehicle enough that you can get good photos. The water part of the tour is fun and a nice way to slow down and enjoy the views the city has to offer. Word of warning: they give all passengers duck quackers near the end of the tour, so if there are lots of kids, be prepared. You will hear duck quacking for the rest of the tour. It isn't ...
DC Ducks offers a solid tour of the DC landmarks with an amazing amount of information. I took a tour with a friend of mine who is a DC native and has a degree in American History and even he was amazed and learned a lot of new info. The tour starts at Union Station so it is really easy to get to for locals and tourists alike. The tour hits the museums, monuments, and finally ends up in the Potomac River by Reagan Airport before returning to Union Station. The vehicle is actually a restored 1942 military DUKW, so it is amphibious. The driver/tour guide offers an astounding amount of detail at every turn. We learned about the symbolism in the details on buildings that a passerby would overlook. It was really ...