Boston Duck Tours kicks off their reopening on Monday, Jul 13th at 10:00 am.
Traditionally, Boston Duck Tours’ arrival on the city streets of Boston is the unofficial start of the Spring season. This year, it’ll show the progress we’ve made in the hospitality and tourism industry, an industry that’s suffered greatly during the last few months. Tours are due to start at the Prudential Center on July 13th. The New England Aquarium location departure will be added when they open on July 15th and the Museum of Science location on July 22nd.
Cindy Brown, CEO of Boston Duck Tours stated: “We are eager to get back to putting smiles on Guests’ faces and hearing quacks throughout the City. Boston is primed for recovery thanks to the cautious path taken by Governor Baker and Mayor Walsh. Our goal is to make the most of this abbreviated season, and come back even stronger in 2021. We will still offer the same amazing tour of Boston, Cambridge and the Charles River, but with fewer people and more cleaning between tours. We are essentially an outdoor attraction, and we’re doing everything we can to keep both our employees and our Guests safe.”
Tours will begin at 10 am at each departure location and will leave every hour. All Guests will be required to wear a mask, as will be the case for our Staff. In addition, extra cleaning will take place between tours. Capacity has been reduced to allow for social distancing. Windows will also be open to allow for fresh air flow. Guests will not be able to drive on the Charles River to help avoid another touch point. Boston Duck Tours is encouraging booking in advance with cashless payment options.
Boston Duck Tours is Boston’s most popular tour and carries about 550,000 guests a season. The company has carried over 11 million Guests during the past 26 years and is the only tour in Boston to offer tours in 9 other languages.