FAQ

Branson Duck Tours is located at:

1940 State Hwy 76
Unit 100
Branson, MO 65616

This is our store location where you can purchase tickets souvenirs and board our duck boat tour.

Tours last approximately 60-90 minutes and include a trip over land and by lake to hear local history and tall tales, sing songs, and get a unique view of the 1931 historic Lake Taneycomo bridge! Actual tour length may vary due to weather, traffic and/or road construction. Approximately 20 minutes of the tour will be on the water.

All passengers should arrive at least 30 minutes prior to departure/launch. This time is needed to check-in and get you seated.

Your safety and that of our employees is our top priority! We do absolutely everything we can to make sure you have an enjoyable experience. The boats we use are modern amphibious vehicles, specifically designed and built for safe duck tours. To learn more, check out our safety page.

Gratuities for our Captains and staff are appreciated for a job well done. This is done at the discretion of the guest and is not included in the price of the tour.

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. You can also purchase tickets at the Branson Duck Tours store located at 1940 State Hwy 76, however, we cannot guarantee tickets will be available when you arrive. To purchase by phone, please call 417-598-9099

No, it is not necessary to print your ticket. All you need is the name on your reservation to check-in. 

Yes, all adult tour participants must sign a tour waiver. Minors must be listed on a waiver and have their parent / legal guardian sing for them.  When you purchase your tickets online, our waiver will be sent to you electronically and can be completed online.

Simply arrive the Branson Duck Tours store 30 minutes before your trip. Our staff will be able to check you in and give you a boarding pass up to three hours before your scheduled departure. All you need to know is the name on your reservation.

Your reservations are for the tour. All seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis, but all seats on Branson Duck Tours offer great views. Arrive early to get your pick of seats! Please note that we reserve the right to reassign seats if necessary to comply with laws and ensure an enjoyable experience for all our guests.

Wear comfortable clothes and shoes. You will need to climb a small ladder to the board the vessel. We also recommend a light jacket in the spring and fall, since it can get cool on the open air, amphibious vehicle.

 Generally, you will not get wet on the tour. However, since the sides of the vessel are open, you may get wet if it is raining during the tour. You could also experience a light spray upon entering the water portion of the tour.

Branson Duck Tours set sail rain or shine, but we are constantly monitoring the weather. If our staff or the coast guard determine that sailing is not safe, we will cease all tours.

Branson Duck Tours does its best to provide every guest with an enjoyable experience they will always remember. However, in the unlikely event that a tour has to be cancelled to ensure the safety of our guests and staff, guests will receive a full refund.

 Yes, you can cancel your ride and receive a full refund up to 24 hours prior to your departure by clicking here.  

Yes! Guests of all ages will safely enjoy the tour, from young children to older adults. It is safe for pregnant women, as well.

Our boats are engineered deliver a smooth ride, and guests rarely get seasick. If you are extremely susceptible to motion sickness, you may want to take preventative actions for your own comfort.

To ensure easy access and comply with emergency exit protocols, strollers are not allowed on tours. Please keep all strollers in your vehicle or at the the Branson Duck Tours store while on the tour. Baby seats are allowed on board.

We are required by the U.S. Coast Guard to count every guest on board. Even though the child will be on your lap, they must still have a ticket. Children between birth and 3 years old may purchase a ticket for $1. By having a ticket for every guest, we ensure that we stay at our approved limit of passengers.

There are no bathrooms on board. Please make sure to use the facilities before boarding the vessel.

Unfortunately, there is no wheelchair ramp on the vessel. In order to board the vessel, one must be able to climb a small foldout ladder with seven steps.

Food and drinks are welcome, however, alcoholic beverages are prohibited by law and for the safety and comfort of all our guests.

Only service animals are permitted on the tour.

Yes, lafe jackets / PFDs for each adult guest are located under each seat and guests weighing under 90 lbs will find their life jackets on the walls next to the seat.

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