Smart Destinations’ New Discount Museum Pass Opens Doors To Top Museums In Four U.S. Cities

Now Adults and Kids Can Tour Some of the Best Attractions in New York, Boston, Chicago and San Diego At Savings of Up to 28%

Boston, MA — Smart Destinations, the leading provider of multi-attraction passes designed to save travelers time and money, today announced the launch of its new Museum Pass in New York City, Boston, Chicago and San Diego. Available in a variety of combinations for both adults and children, Smart Destinations’ Museum Pass lets visitors in each city tour the most popular local museums while enjoying savings of 15% to 28% over regular admission prices.

Easy to purchase online, the Smart Destinations Museum Pass provides entry to multiple top museums, all for one low price. Simply print out the pass and take it to each participating museum to enter; each pass is good for 60 days from its first use. Cities and pass combinations include:

  • New York City Museum Pass (Adult Version Only) – Includes the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum and the Museum of Modern Art.
  • New York City Kids Museum Pass (Adult and Child Versions) – Includes the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, the American Museum of Natural History and Madame Tussauds.
  • Boston Museum Pass (Adult and Child Versions) – Includes the Museum of Fine Arts, the Institute of Contemporary Art and the John F. Kennedy Museum & Library.
  • Boston Kids Museum Pass (Adult and Child Versions) – Includes the Museum of Science, Boston Children’s Museum and the Harvard Museum of Natural History.
  • Chicago Museum Pass (Adult and Child Versions) – Includes the Museum of Science and Industry, the Adler Planetarium, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Field Museum.
  • Chicago Museum Campus Pass (Adult and Child Versions) – Includes the Shedd Aquarium, the Field Museum and the Adler Planetarium.
  • San Diego Museum Pass (Adult and Child Versions) – Includes the Fleet Science Center, the Air and Space Museum and the Museum of Natural History.
  • San Diego Museum & Zoo Pass (Adult and Child Versions) – Includes the San Diego Zoo, the Fleet Science Center and the Museum of Natural History.

“Fall is a great time to spend time with family and friends at cultural and educational attractions – and with Smart Destinations’ Museum Pass, you can treat yourself to the very best that Boston, Chicago, New York and San Diego have to offer,” said Cindy Starr, Chief Marketing Officer of Smart Destinations. “Our customers tell us that the museums in these cities hold special interest for them. Whether you’re looking to learn, to be inspired, or simply to have a fun afternoon, a Museum Pass lets you do it all while providing a great value.”

Smart Destinations’ new Museum Pass is one more way the company is transforming the tourist attraction marketplace across the U.S. Smart Destinations provides tours, museums, cruises, theme parks, bike/Segway®/boat rentals and other attractions, at discounts far below their everyday prices.

Passes in the new Museum Pass program for Boston, Chicago, New York City and San Diego are now available. To purchase, or for more information, visit

About Smart Destinations

Smart Destinations provides the only multi-attraction passes that maximize the fun, savings and convenience of sightseeing with flexible purchase options for every type of traveler. Available online and at walk-up retail outlets, Smart Destinations passes, including Go City Cards, Go Explorer and Go Select, provide admission to more than 500 attractions across 13 North American destinations, including New York, Orlando, San Diego, Chicago and Boston. All passes come with valuable extras, including the ability to skip the line at select attractions and comprehensive city guides that offer insider tips and bonus discounts on shopping and dining. Smart Destinations passes leverage the company’s patented technology and the industry’s largest network of attraction partners to save consumers up to 55% compared to purchasing individual tickets. The company is headquartered in Boston, MA. For more information, visit