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I live locally and took some guests from out of state. Was I surprised to learn so much about Galveston and the duck boat history. We took the last tour of the day which was very nice. Our guide never stopped informing us of history,...More
I took my sister and Mom on this tour. My Mom is 80 and was able to navigate getting on but it is small metal stairsteps in and out. Once in the boat the seating is comfortable. If you've not come to the island before,...More
This was a really nice tour. It went through the historic district and the driver told you everything about what he was showing you. The driver was a really nice that you would want to give him a tip. And it actually drove in the...More
We more than enjoyed our duck boat ride. My grandson was intrigued by how we traveled by land and floated in the bay!!! George our tour driver was awesome. He knew his history of the island and you could tell he loved sharing current events...More
Our family always do the duck tours at the towns we visit and take a family picture. Not this one. They didn’t even offer if. They said they are an independent not associated with the big company. Well maybe they should cuz They still have...More
My husband and I have been visiting Galveston since our honeymoon 31 years ago. We always enjoy the laid back atmosphere of the island. We took the Duck Tour this afternoon and it was a lot of fun. Our "Captain" was funny and knew lots...More
I have lived near Galveston for several years and visited often before that, so I knew of the Duck Tour and thought it would be fun. The history of the amphibian duck was almost as interesting as the tour. Tip: Do not sit at the...More
The website is dead. The information on Galveston's tourism site is outdated and old. The phone goes straight to voicemail. Parking was $10 across the street. They turned our group of 8 away because we didn't have enough to... More
The website is dead. The information on Galveston's tourism site is outdated and old. The phone goes straight to voicemail. Parking was $10 across the street. They turned our group of 8 away because we didn't have enough to fill the duck. A "too bad" attitude not helpful at all.
You can't buy tickets online or anywhere except from a girl sitting in a folding chair on the street. I wish we'd avoided our dismal experience.