Boston Duck Tours
Departure Points Vary
Boston 617-267-3825

Faneuil Hall & Marketplace
Boston 617-523-1300

Marino Lookout Farm
89 Pleasant Street South
South Natick 508-653-0653

Old Town Trolley Tours
380 Dorchester Avenue
South Boston 855-629-8777

Puppet Showplace Theatre
32 Station Street
Brookline 617-731-6400

Simons IMAX Theater
New England Aquarium
Boston  617-973-5200

Six Flags New England
1623 Main Street, Route 159
Agawam 413-786-9300

Whale Watching
From April through October, hundreds of whales—usually humpbacks, minkes, finbacks and right whales—head for the Stellwagen Bank, a dozen miles off Cape Ann, to feed on the small sand eels. This group makes up the world’s largest concentration of whales, both in number and species. On any whale watch excursion, you can expect to see from four to ten whales. Have your camera ready because humpback whales will come as close to your boat as 50 feet, breaching (raising their entire 50-foot, 40-ton bodies out of the water), spying-ho (raising their massive snouts out of the water) and lob-tailing (waving their huge tails in the air.)

Cape Ann Whale Watching
Gloucester 800-877-5110

Dolphin Fleet of Provincetown
Provincetown 508-240-3636

Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises
Barnstable 800-287-0374

New England Whale Watches
New England Aquarium
Boston 617-973-5206

Seven Seas Whale Watch
Gloucester 888-283-1776

Yankee Fleet Whale Watch
Gloucester 800-942-5464

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