Enjoy A Staycation And Explore With The Boston CityPASS
Who said you had to leave town for a good time? You can nix the travel plans and have a wonderful staycation right here in the city of Boston with the Boston CityPASS!
The CityPASS allows you to spend less and experience more by providing access to four of Boston’s top attractions at one discounted price. Here’s a look at everything you can get with this fantastic offer.
How It Works
CityPASS is a simple ticket booklet that can be purchased online or at one of the featured attractions. If you purchase online, you can have your booklet packaged and sent to your doorstep, or you can print a proof-of-purchase voucher, which you will trade for your booklet at the first attraction. CityPASS Prices are as follows:
Adult (12+): $64
Child (3-11): $52
All in all, CityPASS prices equal to a 45% discount across the board. Tickets are good for 9 consecutive days starting with the first use.
Please note, all tickets must remain attached to the booklet before use. Tickets that have been pre-torn from the booklet will be considered invalid.
Where You’ll Go With Boston CityPASS
The CityPASS offers access to some of the best attractions Boston has to offer. Here are all the places your ticket booklet can take you:
The New England Aquarium
See thousands of incredible aquatic animals from the Carribean, Pacific Ocean, and the Atlantic Coast. Hang out at the Touch Tank where you can pet real stingrays and sharks, or meet the famous Myrtle – a 550lb sea turtle that’s been living at the aquarium for over 40 years. The New England Aquarium is located at 1 Central Wharf in Boston and is open Monday – Friday from 9 am–5 pm and Saturday – Sunday from 9 am–6 pm.
The Museum of Science
The Boston Museum of Science is a great time for kids and adults alike! Enjoy over 700 interactive exhibits covering everything from dinosaurs to space to technological advancements and beyond. You’ll find the museum at 1 Science Park in Boston. Doors are open Saturday -Thursday, 9am-5pm and Friday, 9am-9pm.
Get a breathtaking 360-degree view of Boston and beyond while standing 700 feet above the street! The Skywalk Observatory provides visitors with a gorgeous view that stretches well of 100 miles. Hopefully, you’re not too scared of heights, because this is one attraction you don’t want to miss. The Observatory is located on the 50th floor of the Prudential Center at 800 Boylston Street. It’s open daily from 10 am to 10 pm during the summer.
Boston Harbor Cruise OR Harvard Museum of Natural History
CityPASS gives you a choice between a relaxing cruise of the Boston Harbor or entry to the Harvard Museum of Natural History.
On the cruise, you’ll get a unique perspective of the Boston Skyline while and learning interesting facts about Boston’s history. The cruise takes you right past the site of The Boston Tea Party, as well as the Old North Church, where Paul Revere is said to have sent his the signal to warn Americans about the invading British.
But if that doesn’t float your boat, you can skip the cruise and opt for a tour of the Harvard Museum of Natural History, which features thousands of exhibits and models of plants, animals, New England ecology, and more.
The cruise boards at One Long Wharf across from the Long Wharf Marriott. Cruise times vary. The museum is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm and is located at 26 Oxford Street in Cambridge.