CityPASS is the ultimate way to explore a city – essentially it’s pre-purchased booklet of attraction tickets, where the total purchase price of the CityPASS booklet is dramatically lower than had you purchased each ticket individually from the museum or attraction.
Let’s take a look at the Boston CityPASS, for example:
- New England Aquarium, valued at $27.95
- Museum of Science, valued at $25
- Skywalk Observatory, valued at $19
- Harvard Museum of Natural History, valued at $12 or Boston Harbor Cruises, valued at $30.40
If you purchased each attraction individually, you’d spend over $100, where the CityPASS booklet will only cost you $56, a savings over 45% — how cool is that?
Here’s how this works:
- First, you purchase your CityPASS booklet online.
- Next, you print your order confirmation and voucher and bring that voucher to the first attraction you wish to visit. There, you pick up the hard copy of the CityPASS booklet.
- You visit that attraction, and then can visit the remainder of the attractions in the booklet in any order you wish, at any point over the next 9 days.
- It’s that easy!
CityPASS booklets are available for these cities:
- New York City
- San Fransisco
- Southern California
- Tampa Bay
Personally, I think they’re the best way to visit a city – you see all of the major attractions at a fraction of the price, without any sort of gimmick. I highly recommend CityPASS to anyone!
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