Boston is so rich in historically poignant landmarks that it seems impossible to see them all. But when you get on board this amphibious World War II duck boat, you’ll be able to drive past the different sites in just an hour and a half, and with an English or Chinese narration available to tell you about each stop. If you’re coming in from the Prudential Center, you’ll be able to stop by famous buildings such as the Prudential Tower, The Christian Science Church, Arlington Church, State House, Mary Dyer’s home, and more. You’ll see well known spaces such as the Copley Place, Old Scollay Square, the Boston Common, and the Esplanade. Historic stops such as the Robert Gould Shaw Memorial, the Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge, the Holocaust Memorial, Granary Burial Ground and more are also included in your itinerary. If you choose to depart from New England Aquarium, you’ll see many of the same landmarks but with more coastal destinations such as the Long Wharf and Wharf District Parks. There are over thirty destinations you could see no matter which route you choose, and it’s the ultimate way to see the very best of Boston.