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6th Street at the corner of Chestnut Street across from the Liberty Bell

Philadelphia, PA

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Overview

Philadelphia Sightseeing, Duck Style!

Ride through the most historic square mile in America and through Philly’s famous museum district. Splash down and cruise the Delaware. Our 80-minute tour mixes history, fun and music into an interactive sightseeing experience. Ride The Ducks is the fun, informative and engaging Philadelphia tour.

Yep, Ride The Ducks is an amphibian – this thing really does go from land right into the river. Our Ducks resemble the WWII DUKW in appearance only. The Ride The Ducks vehicle is built, exclusively for us, from the ground-up using the latest in marine safety.

Plan Your Trip

Hours of Operation

  • Mon-Fri : 11am - 5pm
  • Sat-Sun : 10am - 5pm
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  • the Daily Schedule

Location

6th Street at the corner of Chestnut Street

Things To Do

Old City Fest

Come visit Ride The Ducks during Old City Fest on Sunday, October 9th.

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One Liberty Observation Deck

The One Liberty Observation Deck is located on the 57th floor of Philadelphia's One Liberty skyscraper.

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Rittenhouse Square

One of five original squares planned by city founder William Penn in the late 17th century, Rittenhouse Square is located at 18th and Walnut Streets...

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Group Information

Youth

Educational field trips, family-rated scout & camp activities and birthday celebrations are just a few of the Quack-tastic® ways to have fun aboard Ride The Ducks!

Adult

Adults have as much fun (if not more) than kids on our Duck tour. The best company outings, teambuilding, church gatherings, senior outings and family reunions are on Ride The Ducks!

 


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“So much fun!”

“This was a great intro to all the historic sites.”

– Sherri, North Carolina

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“A real quacker”

“An enjoyable guide and an unexpected splash down into the Delaware River made this an enjoyable way to see the city.”

– TexasGrannieJ, Texas

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“Glad We Went”

"Plenty of duck pun jokes, songs to fit the scenery at the moment, and audience participation."

– GBlue, Albany

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