Boston, Massachusetts is a lot of things to a lot of people. To sports fans, Boston is the city from which the Red Sox, the Celtics, and the Bruins hail. To history buffs, Boston is the birthplace of the Revolution, where the Freedom Trail and the Paul Revere House reside. Academics revel in Boston’s scientific, technological, and cultural achievements, from MIT to “Hahvahd Yahd”—and yes, both are technically in Cambridge. Students from all over the world flock to “the Bean” to embark on degrees ranging from engineering to poetry.
While world-class comedians reel in guests at the Wilbur Theater, up-and-coming improv artists elicit big laughs from smaller stages. Italian-Americans still reign in the North End, where famous Italian pastry shops and gourmet dining establishments flood the neighborhood. Meanwhile, at the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in “Southie” you’ll see Irish flags flying from every porch. No matter your country or creed, Boston is a place that people love to make their own.
So, what is Boston to you? Whether you’re a tourist or a lifelong Bostonian, the decision is all yours. Boston is one of those cities that is truly what you make of it. To make the most of it, see all that you can with a Go Boston Card, your all-access pass to the city that offers discounted admission on all the top Boston attractions. From Duck Tours to art galleries, this pass has something for everyone with 52 attractions at your fingertips. There’s no need to decide which attractions you’ll visit ahead of time just choose how many days you’d like to spend exploring the sights (1, 2, 3, 5, and 7-day passes are available). If flexibility is important to you, the Go Boston Card is more than ideal.
On the other hand, Boston is also the kind of place that embraces a do-it-yourself attitude. Channel this independent spirit with a customized Go Select Boston pass which gives you the opportunity to create your own personalized itinerary. The coolest thing about this pass is that you can watch how your savings grow and change as you add or subtract attractions. As an extra convenience, Go Select Boston is available immediately after purchase – you can either print your tickets at home or display them on your smart phone! Once you’ve activated your pass, you have a full 30 days to take advantage of your discount attraction tickets. If you’re a New Englander, this is something to consider.
As you can see, Boston tourism discounts are aplenty in these parts. Will you choose the Museum of Science or the Museum of Fine Arts? The New England Aquarium or the Fenway Park Tour? Maybe you’ll see them all! Whichever Boston attractions you decide are right for you and your family, Boston is waiting for you with a hardy New England welcome.