See the City From Land and Water on a Boston Duck Tour

Can't decide between a bus tour or a boat tour of Boston? You don't have to. The Boston Duck Tours are both. The open-air "Duck" vehicles are amphibious, meaning they can safely traverse both land and sea. They originated in the World War II era as helpful crafts in battle, but today the versatile vehicles take guests on one-of-a-kind tours around major cities, including Boston.

Board the Duck at the New England Aquarium, the Museum of Science, or the Prudential Center for an 80-minute spin around town. You'll start by traveling through the streets with your guide pointing out well-known landmarks such as Beacon Hill, Newbury Street, and the Boston Public Library. After driving around Boston's streets, you'll float out onto the Charles River for a chance to see the city from a different point of view.