San Francisco CityPASS offers a select group of San Francisco’s most popular, most famous attractions, priced 47% less than the same tickets purchased separately. Five premier attraction admission tickets and one for a week of unlimited Muni transportation and cable car rides are bound in a pocket-size booklet. A map, attraction details, transportation directions, best times to visit, destination tips from the experts at National Geographic Traveler, and money-saving coupons make San Francisco CityPASS an ideal guidebook. It’s an organized, budget-friendly travel solution for an action-packed weekend or a leisurely exploration over the entire nine days that San Francisco CityPASS is valid for.
Get great discounts on sightseeing in San Francisco with your San Francisco CityPASS . This multi-attraction pass gives you paid admission to five of the city’s most exciting experiences, plus a ride on the world-famous cable cars.
You have plenty of time to fit everything in. Another advantage of the San Francisco CityPASS is that you get to jump the queue at most attractions and save precious time.
Your San Francisco CityPASS gives you a Muni Passport. This Passport is valid on all Muni (municipal) vehicles for seven consecutive days from the date validated on the cover of the CityPASS ticket booklet. Just show the validated cover to the driver. The Muni system operates both diesel and electric trolley buses, historic streetcars and the world famous Cable Cars. Look on the back of each CityPASS attraction ticket for information on how to get there using Muni.
CityPASS also gives you admission to the following attractions:
• California Academy of Sciences
• Blue & Gold Fleet Bay Cruise Adventure (one-hour cruise)
• Aquarium of the Bay
• San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
• Monterey Bay Aquarium
• Option Ticket 1: Exploratorium OR de Young + Legion of Honor Fine Arts Museums (general admission to either the de Young + Legion of Honor Fine Arts Museums or both if visited on the same day)
• Option Ticket 2: Choice of Aquarium of the Bay OR Monterey Bay Aquarium
More information about the above attractions is given below:
California Academy of Science: Explore an aquarium, planetarium, and natural history museum - all under one living roof. Come nose-to-beak with penguins and parrots, climb into the canopy of a living rainforest, and get an astronaut's view of your home planet. From the depths of a Philippine coral reef to the outer reaches of the universe, it's all inside the California Academy of Sciences.
Blue & Gold Fleet Bay Cruise Adventure:A visit to San Francisco isn't complete without this 1 hour panoramic cruise along the city's historic waterfront. You will sail past the Pier 39 sea lions, under the remarkable Golden Gate Bridge, by Sausalito, past Angel Island and around notorious Alcatraz. Narrated highlights are the backdrop to amazing views of San Francisco's landmark hills and bridges.
Aquarium of the Bay: Discover the amazing animals that live in the Bay at the only nature center dedicated to local marine wildlife. Walk through crystal-clear tunnels surrounded by 20,000 fascinating denizens of the deep, including enormous sevengill sharks. Touch sharks, bat-rays and sea stars.
Monterey Bay Aquarium: Features more than 250,000 creatures of the deep in over 200 galleries and exhibits, highlighted by a walk-through aviary, three-story kelp forest, penguin showcase, and a million gallon Outer Bay display where sharks prowl and sea nettles glide.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: See the West Coast's most comprehensive collection of modern and contemporary art. This includes 7,000 works created between 1900 and the present, and features important examples of movements ranging from Fauvism and Cubism to Pop art and Minimalism.
Exploratorium: Known as the first and foremost of the world's interactive museums, this is a scientific funhouse and an experimental laboratory all rolled into one. Over 450 exhibits covering science, art and human perception can be on view at any one time.
de Young Museum/Legion of Honor: The de Young showcases American art from the 17th- through the 21st- centuries, and art from Central and South America, the Pacific and Africa. A collection of 4,000 years of ancient and European art is displayed at the Legion of Honor in a building overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. CityPASS gives you one general admission to either museum or both if visited on the same day.