3 Millionth Go City Card Visit Occurs in Chicago

Smart Destinations, the company behind the Go City Cards and Explorer Pass, hit a milestone in August when the 3 millionth visit occurred using one of its products. The visit occurred at Skydeck Chicago using a Go Chicago Card. Skydeck recently opened The… [Read More]

New Modern Wing Opens at Art Institiute of Chicago

 The Art Institute of Chicago. Griffin Court, Photo credit: Charles G. Young, Interactive Design Architects The Art Institute of Chicago just got bigger. A lot bigger. With the May 16th opening of the 264,000 square foot Modern Wing, the museum is now… [Read More]

Gatorland Adds Giant White Alligators for a Limited Time Engagement

Orlando’s popular Gatorland has always drawn visitors to its 110 acre site with the promise of up close encounters with its primary inhabitants. Now there are four more reasons to spend some time at the “Alligator Capital of the World” — four of the… [Read More]

Travel Industry Leaders Get a Handle on the Go Miami Card

  Smart Destinations, the company behind Go Cards and Explorer Passes, along with the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors bureau are promoting the wide variety of things to do in Miami by distributing Go Miami Cards to international buyers and travel media at TIA’s International… [Read More]

International Drive 5K Run

The I-Drive 5K run will be held for the seventh time on May 9th to benefit the I Drive YMCA Aquatic and Family Center Scholarship Fund. Kids and families are able to take advantage of programs that teach swimming as an accessible and… [Read More]

New Site for Go Orlando Card

The Go Orlando Card site has a completely new look. The old site has been replaced with a new site that offers a number of improvements for customers. First, the site has been folded in under a new top navigation bar that allows customers see all… [Read More]

Edward Hopper at the SAM

The Seattle Art Museum is hosting a focused exhibition of Edward Hopper’s iconic paintings entitled “Edward Hopper’s Women.” The exhibit is set to run through March 1, 2009. One of the highlights of the exhibit is Hopper’s famous 1929 composition Chop Suey which represents… [Read More]