If you’re planning to visit Boston’s many attractions and want to get the best deal on the price of admission, a Boston attractions pass is the best option.
These passes will not only save you money but they will also save you time because you won’t have to stand in line waiting to buy tickets.
The following is a list of Boston attractions passes:
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Boston City Pass:
The Boston CityPass gives you access to 4 attractions in Boston for one flat fee. The four attractions are:
New England Aquarium
Museum of Science
Franklin Park Zoo or the Harvard Museum of Natural History
Boston Harbor Cruises
The tickets are included so you don’t have to wait in any lines and the pass is valid for nine consecutive days from date of first use.
Go Boston Pass:
The Go Boston Pass gives you access to access to between 3 to 49 attractions for one flat fee.
The number of attractions depends on which type of pass you purchase. There are three types of passes available: All-Inclusive pass, Explorer pass, Build Your Own pass.
The All-Inclusive pass gives you access to an unlimited number of the 45 attractions available, saves you 65 percent off ticket prices and is available in 1,2,3,4,5 and 7 day passes.
The Explorer Pass gives you access to 3,4 or 5 attractions, saves you 39 percent on ticket prices and is valid for 30 days from first time use.
The Build Your Own Pass gives you access to your choice of attractions, saves you 20 percent on the ticket prices and is valid for 30 days from first use.
The attractions available with the pass are:
Blue Man Group
Boston Duck Tour
New England Aquarium Whale Watch
Selected Boston Red Sox Games at Fenway Park
CityView Hop On Hop Off Trolley
Museum of Science
Fenway Park Tour
Freedom Trail Foundation Walk Into History Tour
Old State House Museum
Salem Witch Museum
Museum of Fine Arts
Samuel Adams Brewery Tour and Souvenir Glass
Boch Center Wang Theatre Tours
Paul Revere House
Harvard Museum of Natural History
JFK Presidential Library and Museum
Boston Children’s Museum
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Franklin Park Zoo
Old South Meeting House
Boston Bike Rental
Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology
Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate
Mary Baker Eddy Library / Mapparium
Institute of Contemporary Art
Otis House Museum
Old Sturbridge Village
HighFlyer Zipline at Foxwoods Resort Casino
House of Seven Gables
Peabody Essex Museum
John F. Kennedy Hayannis Museum
USS Constitution Cruise
The Harvard Tour
Plimoth Plantation / Plimoth Grist Mill Combo
Swan Boats of Boston
Charles River Sightseeing Tour
Six Flags New England
Boston Movie Mile Walking Tour
Cape Cod Canal Cruise
Hyannisport Harbor Cruise
“Go Boston Card.” GoCity, gocity.com/boston/
“Official Boston CityPass.” CityPass, www.citypass.com/boston