With an abundance of activities stretching across three miles of greenery, it's no wonder that Golden Gate Park is the third most visited park in the United States! We've put together the best that the park has to offer for an unforgettable experience in San Francisco. Check out the artwork at the over 100-year old de Young Museum and the architecturally stunning Legion of Honor, two can't-miss San Francisco landmarks. Afterwards, visit the California Academy of Sciences where you can explore the earth, sea, and sky all under one (living) roof!
This landmark art museum opened its doors in the late 1800s. Today, it is a state-of-the-art facility featuring everything from 17th century American art to contemporary pieces. Fine art, textiles, costumes and more!
Like a mirror for the city itself, here you'll explore the earth, sea and sky all in one magical place. Check out the world's largest all-digital planetarium, a natural history museum, an impressive aquarium and a four-story rain forest. Whew!
The Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco is one of the best places in the country to stop and smell the roses, or the tulips or the orchids…
With the mission of connecting “people and plants in a place of exceptional beauty," the Conservatory of Flowers is one of the premier places in the Bay Area to see some of nature’s most beautiful creations.Constructed out of wood and glass and designed in the style of Victorian architecture, the Conservatory of Flowers is a city, state, and national historic landmark.The structure has been improved upon and re-built several times to such a degree that the building was placed on the 100 most Endangered World Monuments list by the World Monuments Fund in 1998. After $25 million-worth of construction from 1999 – 2003, the Conservatory of Flowers re-opened to the public and has been racking up numerous local, state and national awards ever since!
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A Go Select Pass is priced as you build it. The exact savings depends on the combination of attractions. Generally, the more attractions you buy, the higher the savings.
30 days. Visiting your first attraction activates your pass. Then, you have 30 days to visit all your attractions. You have 1 year from the purchase date to begin using your pass.
Yes. You have one year from the date of purchase to begin using your pass. After one year, it will expire.
Unless otherwise noted, you may visit each attraction only once.
We know sometimes travel plans change, even at the very last minute. That's why, if you don't end up activating and using your pass within a year of the purchase date, we'll give you a full refund. No questions asked.
Here's the best part: unlike our competitors, this built-in cancellation insurance comes with every card purchase — free of charge.
If you have any questions, or if you would like to initiate a refund anytime within 1 year of your purchase, please call our Customer Care Team at 800-887-9103. We'll tell you how you can return your non-activated card or pass.
Please note: Activated passes are non-refundable.
Your pass will be immediately available to download and/or print after checkout. You will also receive a pdf attached to your confirmation email.
Your pass is a PDF document. You need to a pdf reader to open your pass. Please visit http://get.adobe.com/reader to download and install a free reader from Adobe.
Each traveler will have his or her own Go Select Pass, containing a unique bar code. At most attractions, you simply present your Go Select Pass at the normal ticket window. The attendants will scan your pass and return it to you.
Please read the individual "Getting In" instructions for each attraction to determine if there are any special instructions. (Some attractions may require you to redeem your Go Select pass for a separate entrance pass.)
Child Passes 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.
Certain attractions may require reservations. While most do not require reservations, please read the "Getting In" details for each of your selected attractions to see if a reservation is required.
You can't remove attractions from a package, but visit our Go Select page to add more!
Yes, you can! Since you already have your paid admission on your phone, many of our attraction partners allow you to go straight to the gate, skipping the ticket line. Check the "Getting In" instructions for each attraction on your pass to see where and how.
We guarantee that you'll pay less than at the door when buying attractions together, but our partners ask that we do not disclose the unpublished rates they offer us. We will show you an overall discount, but not on a per-attraction basis.
When purchasing just a single attraction we display the price you'll pay.