Wisconsin Dells Visitor & Convention Bureau

Original Wisconsin Ducks® Gifts

Gift Shop

Gift Shop

Original Wisconsin Ducks® Gifts Map
Address:
1890 Wisconsin Dells PkwyWisconsin Dells 53965
Phone:
(608) 254-8751
Open:
March 25 - November 5
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Overview
Located right next door to the Original Wisconsin Ducks on the Wisconsin Dells Parkway, is their PX. The PX is a gift store that allows you to shop for both duck and boat apparel. The PX has a wide assortment of T-shirts, sweatshirts, and caps as well as other souvenirs and gifts.
 
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A wide assortment of t-shirts, sweatshirts and caps, as well as other souvenirs and gifts.
     
     
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    Wisconsin Dells Rituals2010-06-01You asked for it, you got it. Our picks for the must-do Dells vacation rituals.Read More
    Wisconsin Dells Rituals
    2010-06-01

    wisconsin-dells-tours-17Ride a DUCK

    See the Dells in amusing style. The banter of the drivers is good clean comedy, and the scenery on land and water is a sight to behold, up close and personal.

     

     

     

    wisconsin-dells-fudge-17Eat fudge

    Let Dells homemade fudge melt in your mouth. Buy a caramel apple, dipped multiple times for good measure, for midnight snacking.

     

     

     

     

    tommy-bartlett-show-wisconsin-dellsSee the Tommy Bartlett Show

    Honestly, the Tommy Bartlett Show is synonymous with Wisconsin Dells and is one of the most fun Wisconsin Dells attractions. Remember, don't try all those tricks at home. Leave it to the professionals.

     

     

     

    wisconsin-dells-attractions-17Take up mini-golfing and go-karting in the Dells

    In addition to being the "The Waterpark Capital of the World!®", the Dells is also considered the country's mini-golf and go-kart capital.

     

     

     

     

     

    Jump in the water

    Could be at one of the many Wisconsin Dells water parks, a lake, a motel or a campground. Just make certain to get wet before you leave.

     

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    Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About a Duck 2010-04-01Duck Fact-Finding Mission - Historical facts on the famous Duck fleets.Read More
    Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About a Duck
    2010-04-01

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    • Ducks are equipped with a 40-gallon gas tank, with 4.5 gallons of gas used per tour.
    • A Duck has six driving wheels, a steel hull and a land motor in front that also operates in water by means of a propeller at the rear.
    • General Motors manufactured more than 21,000 Ducks between 1942 and 1945. When first produced, each cost $10,000.
    • Ducks were originally used as military transport vehicles in all the large amphibious operations of World War II and the Korean War, including the June 6, 1944 D-Day invasion.
    • The first Duck tour in the Dells was in 1946.

    Today there are two Duck tour companies in the Dells -- Dells Army Duck Tours and Original Wisconsin Ducks®.

     

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    Fall's Top 10 2010-09-22See how many of these Wisconsin Dells fall activities you can lay claim to.Read More
    Fall's Top 10
    2010-09-22

    WI Dells Wo Zha Wa ParadeSo you claim to be a veteran Dells' traveler. But have you partaken of these 10 fall activities? If so, your title stands. If not, better get going.

    • Stake out a spot on the sidewalk for the September Wo-Zha-Wa Fall Festival parade.
    • Dine at a Wisconsin Dells sports bar while watching a football game.
    • Hike the Ice Age Trail at Devil's Lake State Park.
    • Sample your favorite microbrews at Dells On Tap, part of Autumn Harvest Fest.
    • Cast your line for walleye in the Wisconsin River.
    • Stroll the RiverWalk downtown and take in the river and sandstone bluffs.
    • Get in some early Wisconsin Dells shopping for the holidays.
    • Tour a local winery and sip a seasonal wine.
    • Set aside a full day for golf before fall color turns to winter white.
    • Tour the river by Wisconsin Dells Duck or by tour boat and soak up autumn in all its glory.

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    Wisconsin Dells Visitor & Convention Bureau

    701 Superior Street, PO Box 390
    Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965-0390
    (800) 223-3557
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