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Duck Commander, West Monroe

(3.9/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Very friendly and helpful staff. A lot to chose from. Sometimes I wish they would have more variety for those of us that comes often. Tour is great! Love making a duck call 
  • We traveled a long way to see this place and it was so worth it, sad we did't get to see any of the Robinson family, but we spent some time here, off season, so it was very quiet, no crowds, and my hu...  more »
  • On a whim on our way to Dallas a friend and I decided to stop in West Monroe, LA to check the place out. We called to ask if they were open and Linda told us to "come on over and make a duck call!" We...  more »
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  • We LOVE the Duck Dynasty group. So, it was no surprise (At all) that we decided to add this place to our travels. It's a little misleading - the TV show... because they show the side of the building that the gift shop is on. Apparently, the other side of the building is the warehouse. However, in the Duck Commander Gift shop, there are a few surprises waiting for you. When you first walk in, you can take your picture on a green screen that superimposes you with the background of the Robertson Group. Also, in the Duck Commander gift shop, you can pay to go and make your own duck-call in the duck call room. (Pretty sweet). The Gift Shop has a ton of things to choose from - between Duck Calls and T-Shirts and even crosses and cookware. We were pleasantly delighted with the shop, the service, the people. They were all so friendly and nice - and we found something for everyone here. Prices are a touch on the steep side, but you have to figure that it is what you would pay for any sort of novelty items. I wish that we could have seen some of the group from the show - but we know that they are very busy ... maybe next time we will have a sighting! :)
  • Our family recently stopped at Duck Commander during a vacation trip. It was really neat to see the place where many of the scenes for the show are recorded. The gift shop was stocked with lots of Duck Commander merchandise and tours of the warehouse and the duck call room were available for purchase. All-in-all we had a good time here. Worth the stop for all Duck Commander fans!
  • It's Duck Commander, you gotta love this place. Some really cool merchandise inside but it is pricey. Still, got in if you get the chance.
  • A must do for any fan! Take the tour! For $20 you can see the duck call room, sit in their chairs, make one, get a hat, and a bobble head. Not sure why everyone is complaining about prices! We bought $5 shirts and plenty of inexpensive souveniers. So fun to see John Luke's snow cone shack out front and his snow cone buddy gave the tour. They were filming on the day we stopped by and we hope to go in another time while they are working. Love you guys! Keep up the great work!
  • It is everything you see on the show, and for $20 you can go to the back of the waehouse where the duck call room is. There you can sit where where all the Robertson's sit and put together duck calls and put together one yourself. The tour guide was knowledgeable of the history and able to answer all questions. With your tour and duck call you also get a bobble head and hat. You may are may not see any of the loved characters depending when you go but it is still fun and inciteful.