Boston CityPASS offers a select group of Boston’s most popular, most famous attractions, priced 48% less than the same tickets purchased separately.
Six premier attraction admission tickets are bound in a pocket-size booklet. A map, attraction details, transportation directions, best times to visit, destination tips written by the experts at National Geographic Traveler and money-saving coupons make Boston CityPASS an ideal guidebook. It’s an organized, budget-friendly travel solution for action-packed weekends or a leisurely exploration over the entire nine days that Boston CityPASS is valid for.
Get great discounts on sightseeing in Boston with your BostonCityPASS. This multi-attraction pass gives you paid admission to five of the city’s most exciting venues, plus money-saving dining and sightseeing coupons.
You have plenty of time to fit everything in. Another advantage of the BostonCityPASS is that you get to jump the queue at most attractions and save precious time.
Your BostonCityPASS gives you admission to the following:
• New England Aquarium
• Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (includes special exhibitions)
• Museum of Science
• Skywalk Observatory at the Prudential Center (includes audio tour, multimedia theater and Dreams of Freedom Immigration Museum)
• Option Ticket: Harvard Museum of Natural History (includes special exhibitions and programs) OR John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Below is some more information about each of the above attractions.
New England Aquarium: Highlights include the playful penguin pool and a 4-story glass ocean tank with a coral reef display, sharks, an outstanding variety of fish, and sea turtles.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: One of the largest museums in the US. It contains over 450,000 works of art and has one of the most comprehensive collections in the Americas.
Museum of Science: A hands-on museum with something exciting for everyone. Touch a lizard, watch chickens hatching, see lightning being created and enjoy hundreds of other exhibits.
Skywalk Observatory: Boston's sky-high vantage point for 360 degree panoramic views of Greater Boston and beyond. Experience the state-of-the-art Audio Tour describing the city's many points of historic and cultural interest.
Harvard Museum of Natural History: Highlights include the world’s only mounted Kronosaurus, the mineralogical galleries and a historic collection of glass models of plants, known as the 'Glass Flowers'.
John F Kennedy Presidential Library: The presidential library and museum of the 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy. It includes special bodies of published and unpublished materials, such as books and papers by and about Ernest Hemingway.