What To Expect
Boston CityPASS has collected and vetted the top must-see, must-do attractions and priced them 47% less than the same tickets purchased separately. And CityPASS ticket holders skip most main ticket lines.
Four actual admission tickets are bound into a dollar bill-sized booklet, each with a tip revealing a CityPASS secret to breezing past ticket lines like a VIP. A map, attraction details, transportation directions, best times to visit and money-saving coupons make Boston CityPASS an ideal guidebook. CityPASS is an organized, budget-friendly travel solution for both action-packed weekends or longer, more leisurely paced city explorations.
Boston CityPASS is valid for nine consecutive days beginning with the first day of use. But you won't need that much time. Because CityPASS focuses on a small group of top attractions, you can visit all of them on a weekend break - without feeling rushed. If you're planning more than a weekend visit, Boston CityPASS allows you to see all the top sites with plenty of time left over to shop, dine, take in arts and sporting events, and explore on your own.
At Boston CityPASS attractions, pass holders take the VIP route, skipping most main-entrance ticket lines.
CityPASS vouchers can be redeemed at the first attraction visited. Pass holders simply present their voucher and receive a CityPASS in return.
Admission to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
The Museum of Fine Arts, one of the largest museums in the United States, is best known to hold some of Monet's best artworks outside of Paris. This museum also features a wide variety of ancient treasures from Egypt, Asia, and some part of America. Admire more than 5,000 artworks at the Art of the Americas wing where the famous silver Liberty Bowl made by Paul Revere can be found. Complete with impressive and rotating exhibits, your visit to this museum will definitely be worth it.
Admission to the New England Aquarium
Marvel at the sight of a wide variety of sea animals such as sea turtles, barracudas, sharks, eels, and stingrays. These sea creatures can be found coexist inside the Giant Ocean Tank that simulates a Caribbean coral reef. Enjoy visiting some of the aquarium's fun exhibits that feature piranhas, anacondas, rare fishes, tropical fishes, venomous fishes, and various crustaceans.
Admission to the Museum of Science
Enjoy more than 700 exhibits tat will definitely teach you a lot about the different branches of science. Be entertained by live science and animal presentations perfect for kids and adults that are fascinated with the world of science and biology. Watch the production of indoor lightning as produced by the world's largest air-insulated Van de Graaff generator. Additional attractions inside the museum would include the Butterfly Garden, the Planetarium, the Mugar Omni Theater, and the 4-D Theater.
Skywalk Observatory at the Prudential Center OR Harvard Museum of Natural History
Skywalk Observatory at the Prudential Center
Located high up the 50th floor of the Prudential Center, the Skywalk Observatory is a treat for tourists who just want to relax and admire the panoramic view around the city. Complete with a handy audioguide, a visit to the Skywalk Theatre and a tour of the Dreams of Freedom Immigration Museum, your visit to the Skywalk Observatory will leave you wanting more.
Harvard Museum of Natural History
Discover rare minerals, meteorites, dinosaurs, and a large collection of animals at the Ivy League University's most visited museum. See an astounding 1, 642-pound amethyst geode and an actual whale skeleton.
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Tips and gratuities
The Boston CityPASS is valid for 9 full days from first use.
Child rates are applicable from ages 3 to 11 years.
You choose which of the attractions you prefer to visit. You do not need to decide at the time of purchase which of the attractions you want to visit.
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