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Boston Attraction All-Inclusive Pass Buy Now

  • Save up to 55% on top Boston attractions. Pay nothing at the gate! See real savings examples.
  • All you can do for one low price. Starting at $54.
  • Choose as you go from 41 attractions. Museums, tours, cruises, and more.
  • Explore for 1, 2, 3, 5, or 7 calendar days in a row. ?
  • See even more. Choose one premium attraction on 3, 5, and 7-Day Passes.
  • Instant delivery. Use your pass right on your phone with the free Go City Card app or print it out in advance.
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All you can do for 1 Day
Adult / Child (3-12)
$54 / $37

All you can do for 2 Days
Adult / Child (3-12)
$75 / $55

All you can do for 3 Days
Adult / Child (3-12)
$109 / $75
All you can do for 5 Days
Adult / Child (3-12)
$145 / $100
All you can do for 7 Days
Adult / Child (3-12)
$170 / $115

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All you can do for 1 Day
Adult / Child (3-12)
$54 / $37

All you can do for 2 Days
Adult / Child (3-12)
$75 / $55

All you can do for 3 Days
Adult / Child (3-12)
$109 / $75
All you can do for 5 Days
Adult / Child (3-12)
$145 / $100
All you can do for 7 Days
Adult / Child (3-12)
$170 / $115

Gate prices listed below include all taxes and fees

Premium attraction! Exclusively on 3, 5, and 7-Day Passes

With 3, 5, and 7-Day Passes, get free admission to your choice of one of these attractions. Choose after you buy your pass, then make your reservation as soon as you can.

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What is a Go Boston Card?

A Go Boston Card is a multi-attraction pass that gets you into 41 Boston attractions plus one premium attraction on 3, 5 and 7-Day cards for one low price.

How does a Go Boston Card Work?
  • Just purchase passes for the number of days you want to sightsee — we offer 1, 2, 3, 5, or 7-Day cards.
  • Your Go Boston Card grants you admission to any of the included attractions for the number of days you bought the card for.
  • Simply present your pass at included attractions for admission. Pay nothing at the gate.
  • Visiting your first attraction activates your card. Then, use it on consecutive calendar days. ?
How will I get my pass?

Instantly! Choose between 2 options:

  • Use your pass right on your phone with the free Go City Card app.
  • Print your pass and guidebook at home.

Links and easy-to-follow instructions for both options will be in your confirmation email.

What is the Premium Attractions offer?

If you purchase a 3, 5 or 7-Day card, you get admission to one Premium Attractions on one of the days your card is valid.

What else does the pass include?

You'll get a guide with detailed attraction descriptions, hours of operation, and a map to help plan your itinerary. Plus extra dining, shopping and entertainment discounts to help you save even more along the way.

Frequently Asked Questions Show All

What do you mean by "consecutive calendar days"?

"Consecutive calendar days" are days in a row, on a calendar. A calendar day is not a 24-hour period.

For example, if you have a 3-Day Go Boston Card and visit your first attraction on a Monday evening, it is valid for the remainder of Monday (1st calendar day) and the two days immediately following it: Tuesday (2nd calendar day), and Wednesday (3rd calendar day).

Tip: to get the most out of your pass, plan to visit attractions early in the day.

Is this just a discount card? Will I still need to buy tickets?

No. Passes include admission to each attraction; no need to pay anything at the gate. Some attractions may offer upgrades or special exhibits for an additional fee.

Do I need to choose my attractions in advance?

Nope, you can choose from the included attractions as you go.

What is the age cut off for child cards?

Child cards are for children ages 3-12. Most attractions do not charge for children under 3 years old. However, there are some exceptions (especially children's museums and attractions geared toward very young travelers). If you have a child under 3 years old, please check with the attraction directly in advance. You may be charged at the gate.

How will I get my pass?

Instantly! Choose between 2 options:

  • Use your pass right on your phone with the free Go City Card app.
  • Print your pass and guidebook at home.

Links and easy-to-follow instructions for both options will be in your confirmation email.

How do I "activate" my card?

Simply visit your first attraction!

Is my card valid all day?

Yes. You can enter attractions any time with the Go Boston Card.

What is your refund policy?

You'll have a full year from the day you purchase your passes to receive a full refund, as long as they are unused. However, the passes are non-refundable once they're activated.

How many days should I buy?

Most travelers visit between 2 and 3 attractions each day depending on individual preference. Our most popular card is the 3-Day card.

What is the Premium Attractions offer?

If you purchase a 3, 5 or 7-Day card, you get admission to one Premium Attractions on one of the days your card is valid.

Can I purchase passes on the spur of the moment when I arrive in Boston?

Of course! With instant digital delivery, you can purchase and access passes right on your mobile device. Or, visit one of our local purchase locations.

Does a Go Boston Card expire?

Yes. You have one year from the date of purchase to begin using your pass. After one year, it will expire.

How much will I save?

Try our Savings Calculator to easily compare the combined gate prices of the attractions you want to visit with the price of the Go Boston Card. Or, check out some real savings examples from Go City Card customers to see how much they actually saved!

We give you the flexibility to create your own itinerary and choose the attractions you want to visit depending on your interests.

For inspiration, check out some of our sample itineraries, insider tips, and more for info on all the fun things to do in Boston so you can make the most of your time here.

How many attractions can I visit in one day?

On a Go Boston Card, you can visit as many attractions as you want in a day.

Can I visit an attraction more than once?

In most cases, you can visit each attraction once per day. Some attractions are valid only once during the life of the pass. Please reference your guidebook for specific information on each attraction.

Do I need to make reservations to visit the attractions?

Attractions that require a reservation will display this symbol on the guidebook page.

Some attractions require a credit card to hold a reservation. In these cases, your credit card will not be charged unless you do not show up for your reservation.

What’s the catch?

There’s no catch. Go Boston Card has a partnership with all of the participating attractions to make your visit to Boston as memorable as possible and to help you save time and money.

Can I share my pass with a friend or sell it?

No. The Go Boston Card is non-transferrable and may not be re-sold.

What happens if an attraction is closed or a tour is cancelled due to weather or other problem?

While we do our best to ensure that all attractions are available, events happen that are out of our control. The great thing about a Go Boston Card is that there are so many attractions to choose from. If an attraction is closed, or cannot be visited for some reason, we know you'll find a fun alternative in your guidebook!

I still have questions!

Please feel free to call us at 800‑887‑9103 and we’ll be happy to help you!

Note: A Go Boston Card is non-transferable. This means that once you start using it, you are the only person who can use it to get into attractions. Go Boston Cards may not be re-sold.

Reviews

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 4.6 out of 5 stars (based on 326 customer ratings)
Average Rating for Go Boston Card
0% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:

Pros:
Money saver (90), Must-see attractions included (84), Flexible schedule (70), User-friendly system (62), Helpful guide booklet (43), Personalized itinerary (40), Skip the lines benefit (39), Easy to use (24), Convenient (15), Great value (10), Good value (7), Great savings (5), Saved money (5), Easy (3), Good price / value (3), Great deal (3), Great guidebook (3), Value (3)
Best Uses:
General sightseeing (96), Budget travelers (62), Great for families (55), Active travelers (53), Culture enthusiasts (47), Short stays (47), Aquarium (12), Fenway park (8), Whale watch (7), Whale watching (6), Duck tour (4), MIT museum (3), Science museum (3), Trolley tour (3),
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Worth It
By Eric the Enthusiast from Arlington Texas on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Boston® Card All-Inclusive Pass:

This was my second trip to Boston, and first time using the Go Boston Card. The card made things very fast as you had access to speed lines dedicated to cardholders (which we used the digital download on our phones so each place was able to scan barcodes for us and we were in) and very affordable thanks to the option to buy for multiple days depending on your time spent in the city. As compared to my previous visit for which a different discount program was used, my second visit to Boston was packed with 2-3 times more places. My only drawback was that the primary attractions for the Go Boston Card were not open or available during the week in March that my family visited, but even without those primary locations not open/accessible, the number of the secondary locations that we visited more than made up for the total cost of the card per person. As far as we could tell, we visited every open attraction within the city and found only 1 location that did not support the Go Boston Card, (Boston Tea Party Boat and Museum) which had a discount going that day anyways. In my opinion, stay in Boston where ever you want, but start your day at the Freedom Trail, and head in the direction of the biggest attraction you want to see for the day. We did a star pattern of sorts and managed to see everything in walking distance, or off the subway line, visiting Harvard (which has several museums), Cambridge, MIT, the Ballpark, the tower observatory deck, the Boston Marathon finish line, Public Library, several gardens and city parks, the Freedom Trail (which has 2-3 dozen stops of patriotic history), the aquarium, Science Museum (which could be week long and still not see everything in there), the military district (with boats and a museum), Chinatown, Little Italy, Downtown, the harbor, Tea Party Boat, a half dozen markets/shops/mall venues, saw a movie, eat/drink at different places each night, all in 4 nights stay (3 day Go Boston Pass, and a 1 week pass for bus/subway)

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This pass is such a money saver!
By sushiboycereal from Vancouver Canada on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Boston® Card All-Inclusive Pass:

Great money saver. I was hesitant about buying this pass. I felt it was too good to be true, but after reading some of the reviews. I took a chance and it was a good chance. Although, I didn't go to all the places on my three day pass, I did manage to check into the major ones. It was easy to redeem. Just show your pass to the cashier and you're in. Some say you get to "jump to the head of the line", but there no need since there isn't any time sensitive scheduling.

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Worth the purchase
By Toni from Fort Wayne, IN on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Boston® Card All-Inclusive Pass:

What a great two days in Boston we enjoyed this summer. The Go Boston Card helped us save a little money, and we definitely benefited by being able to ride the trolleys around town. I ran the numbers, and it made sense. Boston gets hot, so getting a trolley ride across town at points really helped revive us.

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Great deal but you need a plan!
By Momofthree from Clarence Center, NY on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Boston® Card All-Inclusive Pass:

We used this for our family of 5 (2 adults and kids 14,11and 9) staying in Boston 4 days and it was great! We purchased the 3 day card but did not activate it the first day. We looked at the list and grouped our activities by location. We stayed at the Omni Parker and many things were walkable, we did use the T for a few things. The Science Museum is big and prob. requires at least 3 hours or more, get your hand stamped for re-entry. We arrived at the SM at 10am and made our Duck Tour reservation before we entered. The kiosk is right outside the Museum entrance. We booked the 1pm DT and headed in, we did about half of the museum before lunch. After lunch we started our DT, seats are pre assigned but they rec. that you arrive about 15 minutes before your tour. The DT tour was fun and informational, it was also a really hot day so time out on the water was nice. We returned to the Museum to finish the rest of the exhibits. On our walk home we stopped by Quincy Market/ Fanuiel Hall. The Old South Meeting House is near here so we stopped by there too. You need less than an hour to get through this site. On our second go card day we activated our Trolley pass, visited the Aquarium and did the Constitution Cruise. The Trolley pass needs to be activated at the kiosk in front of the Long Warf Hotel. We were there right at 10 and there wasn't a line so we activated it & hit Aquarium nearby. We only needed about 2 hours here,it's on the smaller side. We did the Constitution Cruise(45 min) & only arrived about 20 min before departure. After we hopped on the trolley and visited a few sites on the Freedom Trail. Later we did Swan boats and then onto the Skywalk Observatory.3rd Day we took an early T train to Sam Adams Brewery Tour. After we did the Guided Freedom Tour to the North End, the Tour ended near the Old South Church, we also visited the Revere House nearby. Also rec Mike's Pastry. We did more Trolley/ Trail stops. We would have paid over 170.00 for these sites.

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I highly recommend the Go Boston card!
By First time in Boston from Salt Lake City, Utah on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Boston® Card All-Inclusive Pass:

From Paul Reveres house and all of the Revolutionary War sites, to whale watching, the acquiring and a Red Sox game and tour. We loved using the Go Boston card to experience the best of Boston!

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Yes, I purchase another card.
By GKm from Louisville, KY on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Boston® Card All-Inclusive Pass:

This is a great value. There were lots of options to choose for the sites to see and the days. My only negative comment is why the card had to be used on consecutive days. It doesn't seem like that should matter.

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Card is a must!!!
By Linz from Ontario Canada on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Boston® Card All-Inclusive Pass:

Just got back from our vacation, it was awesome. Anyone going needs this card we did the 3 day pass and never needed reservations for anything. We did duck boats, fenway tour, Lego land, observatory skyway, aquarium and six flags, all for one price!!! We could have fit in more but also did a red sox game and patriots training camp with 3 kids so cut into our time abit, but we saved SO much with these passes. I will get go city passes whenever we travel to a city they cover!!

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Already planning next year's visit!
By MeeMee from Jacksonville, NC on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Boston® Card All-Inclusive Pass:

This was the best thing we could have done for our trip! This allowed us to do even more than we planned on our vacation budget. And when we chose the whale watch as our premier attraction, discovered it was a 4 hour event, and decided we didn't want to be gone that long, they allowed us to change to the Duck Tour. Fabulous, economical, fantastic! Definitely will do this again.

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Great time in boston
By Pat from Norfork, ar on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Boston® Card All-Inclusive Pass:

The whale watch and tour bus was great. The driver "Hollywood" was great and very entertaining. Loved it

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I would definately buy this product again!
By Hwtee from Ft. Myers, Fl. on

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Boston® Card All-Inclusive Pass:

This pass saved us ALOT of $ on all the things we wanted to do on our trip! If we had more time we would have tried to do everything they offered. Alot of options!

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Real Customers, Real Savings

These customers saved a bundle exploring Boston's best attractions. You can too!

Please note, product offerings and prices may have changed since these customers' trips.

55%

Henri D. from gent, Belgium saved 55% with the 3-Day Go Boston Card.

Attractions visited:
  • Boston Bike Rental
  • Hop-on/off Trolley: 2-day pass
  • Institute of Contemporary Art
  • Isabella Gardner Museum
  • Museum of Fine Arts
  • Museum of Science
  • New England Aquarium
  • Old South Meeting House
  • Old State House
  • Paul Revere House
  • Whale Watch Excursion at The New England Aquarium
Gate price if purchased separately: $245.30
Henri D. paid: $109.99
Savings: $135.31
51%

Larissa S. from hewlett, NY saved 51% with the 2-Day Go Boston Card.

Attractions visited:
  • Fenway Park Tour
  • Harvard Museum of Natural History
  • Harvard Walking Tour
  • MIT Museum
  • Museum of Fine Arts
  • Museum of Science
  • New England Aquarium
  • Old State House
  • USS Constitution Cruise
Gate price if purchased separately: $305.68
Larissa S. paid: $149.98
Savings: $155.70
37%

Karen K. from Clarks summit, PA saved 37% with the 3-Day Go Boston Card.

Attractions visited:
  • Freedom Trail Walking Tour
  • Hop-on/off Trolley: 2-day pass
  • Museum of Science
  • New England Aquarium
  • Paul Revere House
  • USS Constitution Cruise
  • Whale Watch Excursion at The New England Aquarium
Gate price if purchased separately: $175.64
Karen K. paid: $109.99
Savings: $65.65
33%

Natalie P. from Newtownards, United Kingdom saved 33% with the 3-Day Go Boston Card.

Attractions visited:
  • Freedom Trail Walking Tour
  • Hop-on/off Trolley: 2-day pass
  • House of Seven Gables
  • New England Aquarium
  • Old South Meeting House
  • Peabody Essex Museum
  • Salem Witch Museum
  • Whale Watch Excursion at The New England Aquarium
Gate price if purchased separately: $535.80
Natalie P. paid: $359.96
Savings: $175.84
32%

Debra R. saved 32% with the 2-Day Go Boston Card.

Attractions visited:
  • Boston Children's Museum
  • Hop-on/off Trolley: 2-day pass
  • MIT Museum
  • Museum of Science
  • New England Aquarium
Gate price if purchased separately: $186.90
Debra R. paid: $127.98
Savings: $58.92
31%

Priyanka M. from Boston, MA saved 31% with the 3-Day Go Boston Card.

Attractions visited:
  • Hop-on/off Trolley: 2-day pass
  • Museum of Fine Arts
  • New England Aquarium
  • USS Constitution Cruise
  • Whale Watch Excursion at The New England Aquarium
Gate price if purchased separately: $480.42
Priyanka M. paid: $329.97
Savings: $150.45

This is the third time I have obtained the Go Boston Cards…My family and I look forward to another great vacation from your company now and for years to come.

— Robert W, Schenectady NY
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