About the Tour

Be ready for a unique tour experience with Albany Super Ducks!  Not only is Albany the capital of New York State, it is one of the oldest surviving European settlements from the original thirteen colonies and one of the ten oldest continuously occupied cities in the U.S. It is against this backdrop that your tour guide will give you many little known facts and interesting insights about our unique Capital City. Then comes the big splash… literally… as your captain takes your tour to the waters of the Hudson River for a spectacular view of the Albany skyline. It’s a great way to spend 90 minutes, have a lot of fun, and learn something new. There is nothing comparable to this type of tour in the Capital District.

So, be ready to experience Albany by land and water with Albany Super Ducks!


Points Of Interest You’ll See:

Albany Super Ducks is a great way to experience Albany.  We give you a great overview of the city, show you many unique neighborhoods and then splash into the Hudson River for a spectacular view of the Albany skyline.  

Tours depart from and return in front of the Albany Visitors Center at quackenbush Square.  Our ticket booth is located on 679 Broadway.

(Approx. 90 minutes)

23. Washington Park

24. King Memorial (“Moses”)

25. Lake House

26. Dana Memorial

27. 67 Dove Street

28. Memorial for Missing Persons

29. Korean War Veterans Memorial

30. Women’s Veteran’s Memorial

31. Purple Heart Memorial

32. New York State Museum

33. World War II Memorial

34. Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

35. Governor’s Mansion

36. The Empire State Plaza

37. The Corning Tower

38. The Egg

39. Capital Center

40. Van Ostrande-Radliff House

41. Hudson River

42. Livingston Avenue Bridge

43. Dunn Memorial Bridge

44. USS Slater


1. Quackenbush House

2. Albany’s Warehouse District

3. Nipper the RCA Dog

4. Ten Broeck Mansion

5. St. Joseph’s Church

6. Palace Theater

7. Herman Melville (Moby Dick) boyhood home

8. First Dutch Reformed Church

9. Old Union Station

10. Tricentennial Park

11. SUNY System’s Administration Building

12. St. Peter’s Episcopal Church

13. New York State Capitol Building

14. Albany’s City Hall

15. Academy Park

16. Lafayette Park

17. New York State Department of Education

18. Episcopal Cathedral of All Saints

19. Alfred E. Smith Building

20. Albany Institute of History and Art

21. Washington Avenue Armory

22. Albany’s Village in the City – Lark Street