Boston Duck Tours: Coupons & Discount Tickets

The Boston Duck Tour is one of the most popular and highly rated tours in the city.

It’s a fun, informative tour that explores Boston’s past and present via both its streets and its waterways.

If you plan on taking a Boston Duck Tour, there are a few ways to save yourself some money on tickets.

The following is a list of ways to save money on Boston Duck Tours with coupons and discount tickets:

(Disclaimer: purchases made through the links in this article help support the History of Massachusetts Blog)

Early Duck Discount:

The Early Duck Discount gives you a discount on tickets for any 9 am or 9:30 am tour. Tickets must be purchased over the phone or online to get the special discounted price. This is a great deal if you are an early riser and enjoy getting out and seeing the sites first thing in the morning.

Old Town Trolley and Boston Duck Tour Package:

The Old Town Trolley and Boston Duck Tour package offers a ride on the Old Town Trolley tour, which is an hour-long narrated tour and shuttle service exploring over 100 points of interest, a ride on the Boston Duck Tour, free admission to the Old State House Museum and a free 45-minute Boston Harbor Cruise.

Go Boston Card:

The Go Boston Card from Smart Destinations is a discount card that allows you to see multiple attractions for one flat price. There are three different type of Go Boston Cards to choose from that include the Boston Duck Tours: The Go Boston Card for 3, 5, or 7 Days, the Explorer Pass and the Build Your Own Pass option.

Go Boston Card 3,5 or 7 Day Card:

The Go Boston Card 3, 5, or 7 day card gives you admission to over 41 attractions over the course of multiple days and also allows you to choose a bonus attraction: either a Boston Duck Tour, a whale watch or a full day sightseeing tour. The attractions included in this pass are:

CityView Trolley Tour
Skywalk Observatory
Fenway Park Tour
Freedom Trail Walking Tour
Museum of Fine Arts
Plimoth Plantation
Swan Boats of Boston
Harvard Museum of Natural History
Boston Children’s Museum
Sam Adams Brewery Tour
Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate
Mary Baker Eddy Library & Mapparium
Institute of Contemporary Art
Charles River Cruise
Peabody Museum of Archaelogy & Ethnology
Peabody Essex Museum
Old Sturbidge Village
Orchard House
Concord Museum
Hyannisport Harbor Cruise
Legoland Discovery Center
New England Aquarium
Museum of Science
USS Constitution Cruise
Old State House
Salem Witch Museum
Paul Revere House
Old South Meeting House
MIT Museum
Harvard Walking Tour
JFK Presidential Library and Museum
Franklin Park Zoo
Isabella Gardner Museum
Boston Bike Rental
Otis House Museum
House of Seven Gables
Six Flags New England
Liberty Ride
Buckman Tavern
John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum
Cape Cod Canal Cruise

The Go Boston Card 3, 5, or 7 day card is a great deal if you plan on visiting multiple attractions in one day. Since the CityView Trolley is a hop on and hop off service, you can use it to get around the city and visit the many attractions available to you. In addition to saving you money, it also saves you the time and hassle of trying to navigate Boston’s tiny, confusing streets.

The Explorer Pass:

The Explorer Pass allows you to visit either 3, 4 or 5 attractions for one flat price each option. The pass is valid for 30 days after you visit your first attraction. There are 19 attractions to choose from which include:

Boston Duck Tour
New England Aquarium
Skywalk Observatory
Museum of Science
Freedom Trail Walking Tour
Salem Witch Museum
Museum of Fine Arts
JFK Presidential Library and Museum
Peabody Essex Museum
Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology
Legoland Discovery Center Boston
CityView Hop-On Hop-Off Boston Trolley Sightseeing Tour
USS Constitution Cruise
Fenway Park Tour
Boston Children’s Museum
Harvard Museum of Natural History
Isabella Gardner Museum
Boston Sunset Cruise
Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate

Build Your Own Pass:

The Build You Own Pass option allows you to choose which attractions you want to visit for one flat price. The pass is valid for 30 days after you visit your first attraction. There are 36 attractions to choose from which include:

Boston Duck Tour
New England Aquarium
CityView Hop On Hop Off Trolley
Skywalk Observatory
Museum of Science
Paul Revere House
USS Constitution Cruise
Freedom Trail Walking Tour
Fenway Park Tour
New England Aquarium Whale Watch
Old State House
Salem Witch Museum
Plimoth Plantation
Boston Children’s Museum
Museum of Fine Arts
Old South Meeting House
Harvard Museum of Natural History
Harvard Walking Tour
MIT Museum
JFK Presidential Library and Museum
Legoland Discovery Center Boston
Isabella Gardner Museum
Charles River Cruise
Six Flags New England
Franklin Park Zoo
Mary Baker Eddy Library & Mapparium
Peabody Essex Museum
Boston Sunset Cruise
Boston Bike Rental
Institute of Contemporary Art
Old Sturbridge Village
Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology
Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate
Architecture Cruise
Bike Tour
Boston Movie Mile Walking Tour

For more info on exploring historic Boston, check out the following article on Boston History Tours.

 

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