Austin Duck Adventures Tour Highlights
The fun begins when you board your Austin Duck Adventures "Duck" at 602 East 4th Street, the Austin Visitors Center's new location in beautiful downtown Austin. On board the DUCK you will meet your driver who will be narrating your tour. Then your are off on an exciting journey over land and water!! The narrated Austin tour, approximately 75 minutes in length, will cover Austin highlights including the State Capital Building, Governor's Mansion, the University of Texas campus, music-rich Sixth Street, historic Congress Avenue and a 15-20 minute tour on scenic Lake Austin.
Tour Times for Austin Duck Adventures
We do run special holiday and event schedules.
Monday through Friday: 10am, 12pm, 2pm
Saturday: 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm
Sunday: 11am, 2pm, 4pm
Monday and Tuesday: 2pm
Wednesday through Friday: 11am & 2pm
Saturday & Sunday: 11am, 2pm, 4pm
Prices for Austin Duck Adventures
|Adults||$27.95 + tax|
|Children (Age 3-12)||$17.95|
|Seniors and Students||$25.95 + tax|
|Children (Under 3)||FREE|
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